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If you have questions, please email JA staff!

 

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Role of a JA Volunteer

Why Volunteer?

Current Volunteers

Police Records Check

Volunteering for Special Events


JA SWO is looking for people to join our South Western Ontario Regional Board of Directors!

 

We are inviting applications for membership on our Regional Board of Directors from Chatham-Kent, Sarnia Lambton and Windsor-Essex.  We are seeking individuals who have some or all of the following skills and experiences:

 

  • Past or present Board Member experience for a not-for-profit agency
  • An understanding of financial issues in large organizations
  • Knowledge and experience with Public Relations
  • A community member with strong connections to the Chatham-Kent, Sarnia Lambton and Windsor-Essex communities.
  • A solid finance, education, marketing, governance, law or business background.
  • An understanding and awareness of the need for Financial Literacy, Work Readiness and Entrepreneurial needs within our communities.

Members of the Regional Board must either reside, or have full time employment within the three city regions listed.  We are seeking members prepared to make a strong commitment to the youth of JA SWO and our organization.  Commitment includes attending 80% of our monthly Board meetings (mixed conference calls and in person) and at least one monthly committee of the board.  A letter of commitment will be given to you outlining other items upon acceptance by our current Regional Board.

A letter of commitment will be given to you outlining other items upon acceptance by our current Regional Board.  Selected candidates will be contacted for an interview.

 

 


Role of a JA Volunteer

Qualified volunteers, in partnership with educators, enter the classroom to teach Junior Achievement programs. In the process of delivering these programs, they help to shape the future career paths of students. JA volunteers act as positive role models and mentors by sharing personal knowledge and experience. They strive to enhance the personal growth of students through experiential learning and they demonstrate values such as:

  • Integrity (honesty, reliability, and ethical behaviour)
  • Mutual Respect (treat all individuals with respect and dignity)
  • Quality (strive for excellence and improvement)
  • Business Ethics (observe the standards and policies of the business, education and Junior Achievement communities)
  • Volunteerism (commit the time required to deliver Junior Achievement programs)

  • Why Volunteer?

Being part of Junior Achievement is a fulfilling volunteer experience and a unique way to achieve personal career objectives. Junior Achievement volunteers:

  • - Gain a significant sense of satisfaction and accomplishment from mentoring students and contributing to their skills development  
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  • - Develop and improve useful life and business skills that are transferable to both professional and social environments, including leadership, facilitation and problem solving
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  • - Discover opportunities to network within the business, education, and JA communities

 

                                                                                                                                                    


The staff of JA South Western Ontario would like to recognize our current volunteers for the 2016-17 program year!

 

Chatham-Kent

Sahar Ali, TD Bank

Elizabeth Beintema, Selectcore

Luke Berkmortel, Union Gas Limited

Rob Brown

Janice Caron, TD Bank

Tammy Chouinard, Wallaceburg Chamber of Commerce

Mike Daniels, Teksavvy Solutions

Nicole DaSilva, MPP Rick Nicholls Office

Jennifer Dawson

Brady DeBruyn, Great Lakes Grain

Ashley Ewald, CIBC

Chris Fife, Lifttow

Nicholas Gonzalez, Municipality of Chatham-Kent

Nancy Havens, Municipality of Chatham-Kent

Aaron Hurst, TD Bank

Roy Kelley, Union Gas Limited

Dianne Langan, Retired

Jason LeGroulx, Ohcal Foods (Subway)

Adam Ludoplh, The Cooperators

Morena McDonald, CKXS FM

Terry McGivern, Union Gas Limited

Nicole Morais, TD Bank

Christine Muharrem, The Cooperators

Randy Myers, CIBC

Sophear Net, Union Gas Limited

Corey North, CKXS FM

Deb Potter, Woodbridge Foam

Melani Rich, Pioneer Hi-Bred

Jamie Rioux, RBC

Suzanne Shea, Enbridge

Kelley Sheeler, Municipality of Chatham-Kent

Florence Temsey, TD Bank

Deborah Waekens

Tracey Walker, CIBC

Stacey Wallace, Scotiabank

Deb Wenner, TD Bank

MacKenzie Young, Intellitix

 

Sarnia Lambton

Hammad Ashfaq, Suncor

Katelyn Ashton, TD Bank

Corrie Book, Libro Credit Union

Marci Breault, Steeves & Rozema

Brittany Campbell, Libro Credit Union

Dante Cateni, Terrapure

Derek Chan, Imperial Oil

Rick Charlebois, Town of Petrolia

Mekelah Cofell, Imperial Oil

Vicky DeWinter, RBC

Genesis Evans, RBC

Aneta Fojna, RBC

Lisa Galizia, RBC

Tyler Haddon, RBC

Sharon Haslip, HSHD

Fabien Jagoo, Cooperators

Brian Joyce, Cooperators

Moustafa Kasem, Suncor

Arley Kohut, RBC

Andrea Lane, City of Sarnia

Pieter Lindhout, Lux Financial Services

Justin Loubert, Suncor

Peter Lynch, Retired

Nilay Mehta, Nova Chemicals

Jordan McGregor, CIBC

Raymundo Mendez, Worley Parsons

Samuel Nyuon, Imperial Oil

Shelley Podolinsky, RBC 

Tracy Ranick, SLBDC

Iskandar Saada, Imperial Oil

Suzanne Shea, Enbridge

Paul Stevens, Echo Financial Corp.

Paola Tercero, TD Bank

Amy Vandendool, Enbridge

Tracy Vanderheyden, Enbridge

Austin West, Lowes

Julie Whitely, Freedom 55 Financial

 

Windsor-Essex

Dr. Maxwell Abraham, Orthodontist

Mike Berthiaume, Cooperators

Rochelle Bowles

Lori Brown, CIBC

Yvonne Brown, Rotary Club of Windsor 1918

Julie Charrette, Thrive Benefits

Scott Coghill, National Bank

Stacey Davidson, TD Bank

Nadia Didomenico, MCCCU

Jennifer Ginn, RBC

Matt Hebert, MCCCU

Matt Hernandez, CIBC

Heidi Innis, PwC

Zachary Innes, PwC

Shawn Knowles, MCCCU

Phil Laurie, Your Future Now Inc.

Shelley Lonnee, Farrow

Anthony Mancinone, Retired

Carrie-Lynn McGorlick, Citi Financial

Nick Meloche, KPMG

Anna Morle, MCCCU

Tracy Moore, TD Bank

Quan Nguyen, Cooperators

Daniel Ondrovcik, Farrow

Franca Poisson, KPMG

Katie Regier, RBC

Evan Rhyno, PwC

Lianna Ragula, PwC

Louise Saad, the Business Doctor

Matt Senechal, MCCCU

Brinton Sharman, PwC

Suzanne Shea, Enbridge

Michael Steffler, Great West Life

Dee Sweet

Andrew Tepperman, Teppermans

Stephanie Tomaselli, Union Gas Limited

Steven Truong, MCCCU

Tyler Upper, Farrow

Ryan Wakeman, Breadth Consulting

Kim Watters, RBC

Janet Willoughby, TD Bank

Elizabeth York, Farrow


 

 

Have you submitted your Police Record Check to your local Police Station?
If you need a form, please click here or on the question mark to download our Police Record Check package. 

 

 

 

 

 


Volunteering for Special Events and Other Activities

To volunteer for our special events like our Golf Tournament, other fundraisers or Bingo’s please contact us.

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