Below are Postions available for Volunteering for Voyageur Council on a Council or Area Team.
Voyageur Council DCC Safe Scouting - Job Description
Voyageur Council DCC Fundraising Volunteer - Job Description
Voyageur Council ADCC -- Events - Job Description
Voyageur Council ADCC -- Newsletter - Job Description
Voyageur Council Website Revitalization Team Member - Job Description
Area Youth Commissioner - Rideau Area - Job Description
Area Commissioner - Odawa Area - Job Description
Area Commissioner - Heritage Area - Job Description
Rideau Area Support Volunteer - Job Description
Whispering Pines Volunteer - Camp Warden - Job Description
Camp Sheldrick Volunteer - Camp Warden - Job Description
Opemikon Camp Committee - Alumni Coordinator - Job Description
Opemikon Camp Committee - Communications - Job Description
Opemikon Camp Committee - Facilities Team - Job Description
Opemikon Camp Committee - Program Team - Job Description
Opemikon Camp Committee - Generations Team - Job Description
Opemikon Camp Committee - Vice Chair - Job Description
Volunteering with Voyageur's Groups
Do you want to Volunteer with a Group?
Do you …
- Enjoy the outdoors?
- Have the desire to learn new skills?
- Like to make new friends?
- Want to spend quality time with your children?
If you said yes to the above then you have found the right place!
Why Volunteer in Scouting?
Scouting volunteers have helped thousands of youth discover their potential in society by exposing them to all kinds of leadership and team building experiences. Scouting provides an outdoor adventure for every youth member that they will remember for the rest of their lives.
How do I volunteer with Scouts Canada?
Becoming a volunteer with Scouts Canada is a multi-step process. We start with a personal interview, the provision of three personal references, and a Police Record Check. There are a few training seminars to be taken on-line or in-person, then you'll participate in an orientation and probation period where you'll learn all the basics to help you provide great programs for youth.
Once you become a leader, you're provided with further training, tools, and support to help you on your way. You'll attend courses and workshops, receive Scouting Life magazine, and can access helpful online support resources.