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6 Ways Volunteering Can Help When Looking For Work (June 29)
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When: Wednesday, June 29 from 6-7:30PM
Where: Runnymede Library
2178 Bloor St W, Toronto
Room 1
Toronto, Ontario  M6S 1M8
Contact: Kelly DeVries
416-961-6888 x229

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6 Ways Volunteering Can You Help You When Looking For Work 

Looking for work can be tough! Volunteering is a way to help you gain skills and experience for the job-market. It also allows you to try out new things, network with people and have fun!

This one hour interactive session will focus on the who, what, when, where and how of volunteering and 6 ways volunteering can help you when looking for work.

 Questions that will be answered include:

  • How do I find a volunteer position?
  • How can I gain transferable skills from a volunteer opportunity?
  • What are the benefits of volunteering when looking for work? 
  • How do I highlight volunteering on my resume? 


The session will be led by Iona Frost, Community Engagement Volunteer at Volunteer Toronto, and will include stories from people who have volunteered while looking for work. 


Date:        Wednesday, June 29  

Time:        6-7:30pm 

Please arrive between 5:45 and 6pm. We will start at 6pm sharp. 

Location: Runnymede Library 

                2178 Bloor St W, Toronto, ON M6S 1M8

Cost:        Free


If you have a particular accessibility need that requires accommodation please let us know on the registration form. 


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