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Every year, over 165 volunteers donate more than 8,000 hours of their time to help us achieve our mission.
Regional HIV/AIDS Connection is fortunate to have volunteers who are passionate about social justice and anti-oppression.
If you want to take action, this is the place for you!
For more information about volunteering or to sign up for an orientation session, contact Fran McKeown at 519.434.1601 ext. 252 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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. Help the student to organize their ideas following the brainstorming by creating an organizational model (either a writing plan, a timeline, an outline of the project (outlines), or using a help software to the organization (like Inspiration or Spark-Space). Encourage the student to develop the ideas to be included in the work, according to the organizational model. Invite the student to begin by drafting a template from the template. Have the student revise their work on vocabulary, sentences, grammatical constructions, writing mechanics (spelling, capitalization, punctuation, paragraphs).
Become a Volunteer
You can become a volunteer in 5 easy steps:
- Complete the volunteer application form.
- Attend an orientation session.
- Meet us for a 1-hour screening interview.
- Have 3 successful reference checks.
- Identify a volunteer role that is right for you.
Orientation & Training
Orientation & HIV Basics are offered at 186 King Street, London. Check our Event Calendar for upcoming dates.