City of Surrey - Arts - Surrey Art Gallery
Do you find art captivating? Why not try something new! Volunteering at Surrey Art Gallery is a great way to have fun, learn about art, and make friends in the process.
Lead tours of the Gallery's exhibitions to school children and community groups as a Docent. You'll use hands-on activities and questioning techniques in tours, helping students enhance their visual literacy and critical thinking skills as they respond to the artworks. We train our volunteer docents throughout the school year. In docent training, you'll attend tours and talks by curators, exhibiting artists, education staff, and guest speakers.
Work with the public and assist at events like exhibition openings and artist talks as a Gallery Event Volunteer. You'll help the public interact with artists and engage with contemporary art and ideas. You'll also assist activities at Family Sundays where you'll help families explore, enjoy, and create art together.
Share your passion for art with eager young minds! Help out with children's art classes and week-long art day camps as a CAPA where you'll develop leadership skills, organize studios, work with children, and assist the instructor.
Discover contemporary art and ideas, develop public speaking skills, and gain leadership experience. Become a Youth Docent and enhance exhibitions through activities that are equal parts fun and educational.
Do you have training as a library technician or librarian? We could use your help and expertise with accessioning and cataloging in the Gallery's research collection.
How to Apply:
- Complete an online profile for the Surrey Art Gallery at app.betterimpact.com
- Upload 2 written references to your online profile
- Once you've uploaded your references, arrange for an interview with our Volunteer Program Coordinator: email@example.com
- After the interview, you may be asked to provide a Police Information Check. Should this be the case, we will provide you with the forms you will need to complete and have processed by the RCMP.
Thanks for your interest in volunteering at the Gallery!
Surrey Art Gallery Children's Art Program Assistants
City of Surrey - Surrey Animal Resource Centre
Thank you for your interest in volunteering for the Surrey Animal Resource Centre!
Our program is currently paused as we work to onboard new staff to the shelter - we will restart the program late Spring 2024!
We currently offer a couple of volunteer intake sessions per year.
The application process is for volunteers is as follows:
- Complete the online application
- Sign up for & attend a General Information Session (Volunteer Intake Session)
- Submit two references (forms can be found on the homepage of www.myimpactpage.com under “Files” –> “reference forms”.)
- Complete & Submit Police Information Check
Once those steps are complete you can sign up for a Orientation Session for the shelter program stream you would like to volunteer for: Dogs, Cats, or Small Animals.
Volunteer Age Statement: Volunteers, who have not reached the age of 18 years, but are 14 years, are permitted to volunteer if their guardian is present at all times. The guardian is responsible for completing the application process and required training along with the minor.
Mission: To be an innovative team of animal care professionals serving the community with integrity, providing education and resources to make measurable improvements in responsible pet guardianship and compassion for animals.
The Surrey Animal Resource Centre’s values guide how we engage with our community, work with each other and care for animals.
We are honest, transparent, and accountable for our decisions.
We treat each other, and the people and animals we serve with respect, dignity, and compassion.
We seek to understand our community’s needs and actively work to achieve responsive, ethical solutions.
We actively seek evidence-based initiatives to guide our commitment for continuous growth.
We form strategic alliances with organizations that share our values and professional standards.