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Bermuda Cancer and Health Centre

Office / General Assistance

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Bermuda National Trust

AIM PROGRAMME for Students Community & Service

ATTENTION STUDENTS: You can fulfill your community service requirements while having fun preserving Bermuda's natural environment and protecting the future of our island. Find a community & service project in the listings below and be part of Bermuda National Trust's AIM Programme: Activate * Inspire * Motivate

CONSERVATION

If your interests are environmental there are some exciting opportunities to get involved in taking care of the Trust's nature reserves. Join in to remove invasive species and replace them with native flora, or help to beautify the area by clearing it of litter.

DEVELOPMENT & EVENTS

Do you crave variety? Consider helping with one of our regular activities or to help at a special event. There's bound to be something on the list that will engage your interest.

OFFICE SUPPORT

There are various areas at "Waterville", the Trust's headquarters, where you can help if you are available to volunteer on a regular basis.

PRESERVATION

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Chewstick Foundation

Masterworks Foundation

Administration

Help with office based projects

Education

Gallery/Museum - Shop

Assist in Shop with sales/stock and stocking shelves etc

Miscellaneous

anything which is pending decision

Special Events

Helping at one off events, yearly or occassional events. Either social or fund raising
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National Museum of Bermuda

Education

Creating curriculum based lesson plans and resource boxes based on Museum collections

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Passports to College of Bermuda

Board & Committees

Fundraising

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Somerset Primary PTA

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The Reading Clinic

Tag Day 2016

TAG DAY- Volunteers needed for November 2016, within the City of Hamilton and outlying grocery stores, from 8am to 5pm. Dates to be announced. This event highlights Dyslexia Awareness.

Training Tutors to teach students diagnosed with Dyslexia

Persons interested in training to become an Orton-Gillingham trained tutor to work with students diagnosed with DYSLEXIA. 9 - 10 month long course (part time) held approximately every 2 years. Names may be listed for contact when course is planned. Phone 292-3938 or email gramsdale@readingclinic.bm
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