What is the position?
Advisors assist Board Members to receive information in a form that allows them to understand what is happening at meetings, events, and in the business of BCPF. They help Board Members understand the issues affecting them and help us educate people in the province about these issues.
The goal is for Board Members to be able to make decisions by themselves – the Advisor is encouraged to share their opinions and knowledge for the purpose of enabling Board Members to understand the consequences of decisions. They lend an ear for Board Members to discuss and clarify their assigned tasks after meetings and events.
Locations needed: Port Coquitlam, Richmond, Merritt, Dawson Creek, Burnaby
- Advocacy, Problem Solving
- Computers & Tech, Counselling, Driver’s License, Fundraising, Legal Training, Marketing & Communications, Photography, Writing
- Adults (19 – 64), Seniors (65 & up)
When does it start?
- Mar 01, 2020
- Long term
Advisors volunteer approximately 5-10 hours per month and approximately 3 days per month, more volunteer hours can be arranged if desired. Some tasks take place over the phone, like attending the monthly Board Meeting. Training depends on experience and qualifications.
BC People First Society
227 6th Street, New Westminster, BC, BC V3L 3A5
- Civil Rights & Social Action
- Human Rights
- People with Disabilities
- Who you’ll help
Youth (13 – 18)
Adults (19 – 64)
Seniors (65 & up)
- Other Details
Police information check required
- Appropriate For
This on a website called Volunteer BC you can go to the link to apply for the volunteer advisor position for People First click here