If you’re a student who wants to get involved on campus, you’ve come to the right place!
Whether you’re looking to help a little or a lot, we have volunteer opportunities to match any student’s availability, interest or skill set.
If you’re looking to be a general volunteer to help out with anything from marketing, food bank, breakfast program, event setup and more then you can fill out the following form, and your campus’ respective Director of Goodwill will reply to you.
For additional questions or concerns we recommend contacting your campus’ Director of Goodwill:
At the Niagara-on-the-Lake campus, you’re going to want to contact Aman Arora at firstname.lastname@example.org
At the Welland campus, you’re going to want to contact Jennifer Siman at email@example.com
If you’re looking for a volunteer experience that is a little more specific, we have the following opportunities:
The Voice – As a member of the NCSAC VOICE, your main purpose is to extend the reach of NCSAC on campus in terms of getting our messages out to the student body of Niagara College. You will be expected to take on various promotional tasks including but not limited to: assisting with SAC Awareness tables, word of mouth promotions, guerilla marketing campaigns, and much more! It goes without saying that by being a member of the NCSAC VOICE you become, in a sense the “Voice” of NCSAC.
To learn more about The Voice – click here.
NCSAC ClassRep Program – The Class Representative Program (Class Rep) is a team of student volunteers that act as the chief liaison between the NCSAC and the students. NCSAC has important information that needs to be conveyed to the students and the students, in turn, have essential feedback that is required by the NCSAC to ensure that it is effectively representing its members. Class Reps actively participate in meetings held once a month where they have an opportunity to voice the opinions and concerns of their classmates. The Class Rep Program is a fantastic opportunity to positively impact campus life and gain leadership experience. Most importantly, the Class Rep Program is leadership experience goes towards your Niagara College Co-curricular Record.
To learn more about the NCSAC Class Rep Program – click here.
Transit Ambassadors Program – As a member of the NCSAC Transit Ambassador, your main purpose is to extend the reach of NCSAC on campus in terms of getting our messages out to the student body of Niagara College.
The Transit Ambassador volunteer will work with the NCSAC and Niagara College’s Office of Sustainability to organize educational sessions, events and activities related to the U-Pass (transit).
You will be expected to take on various transit promotional tasks including but not limited to: assisting with SAC Awareness tables, (Transit specific) word of mouth promotions, and much more!
To learn more about the NCSAC Transit Ambassadors Program – click here.