Welcome to the BCEdAccess Volunteer Page!


BCEdAccess is mostly volunteer-run and we’re always seeking volunteers to support our programs and activities!

We have exciting opportunities for you to be a part of, including our annual advocacy conference 'Advocon2023'.

If you have questions, please do not hesitate to contact us!




Below you can browse the list of volunteer positions. If there are roles that fit your skill set, feel free to fill in an application form.

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Our Current Volunteer Opportunities

Website Design


BCEdAccess is planning to update our website and we need your help!

Who: We are looking for a volunteer

What: Build your tech design skills and assist us in updating our website theme and rearrange the pages and posts

Where: Remote

When: 2 weeks to one month (completed by end of August)

Interested person needs: Experience with WordPress, Understanding of nonprofits, Cares about disability justice and human rights


Marketing and Sales Event Coordinator

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Assist in enhancing the marketing channels for BCEdAccess Society, a grassroots, BC nonprofit and Canadian charitable organization.

We are looking for an experienced individual to promote and diversify the sales and marketing plan for our upcoming annual education advocacy conference 'Advocon' taking place in hybrid format October 19-22nd 2023. Skills and expertise in the field of sales and marketing is required. 


Become an AdvoCon Team Member!

Do you have a passion for advocacy and making a difference in your community in pursuit of inclusive education? If yes, this is for you! Join our team and help us prepare and run our annual education advocacy conference AdvoCon 2023.

This conference is hybrid based - Thursday, October 19th to Sunday, October 22nd on Whova Event Platform and October 21st and 22nd at Simon Fraser University Surrey Campus, and broadcast on Whova. 

This is a great opportunity for individuals looking for volunteer hours (online and in person) or those who simply wish to support the human right to equitable access to education.

We are looking for volunteers to fill many roles we have this year, including:

  • Researcher (for merchandise - options for pricing etc)
  • Advertising for the conference (print and put up posters) 
  • Speaker tech support 
  • Running reception and merchandise tables at the In Person event 
  • Active Listeners 
  • Moderators 
  • Producer (supervisor role)
  • + more!

If you are interested in any of the above, feel free to fill out an application form. If there are other ways you wish to help or have any questions about the positions, you can reach out to us via email (listed on the volunteer homepage).


Street Team Member

Help spread the word of our annual advocacy conference #AdvoCon2023!

Share promotional materials (posters, flyers, brochures) online and locally - e.g. sharing BCEdAccess Online ads, posting flyers in coffee shops, recreation centres, development centres, etc.


Available Volunteer Opportunities

Activity Shifts Start End
AdvoCon2023 - craft and send requests to promote the event 1
AdvoCon2023 - create social media posts in Canva 1

Mission, Vision, and Values

Our mission is to ensure equitable access to education for students with disabilities and complex learners in British Columbia. Our vision is a just and equitable education system across the lifespan.

This is achieved through supporting families, sharing information, providing webinars, workshops, and seminars on topics regarding children’s disabilities and social inclusion to families, allies, professionals and students, providing community and systems engagement and awareness, and other activities to promote equitable access to education and inclusion for all.

Education is a colonial project, designed to exclude, and to sever Indigenous children and youth from their language and culture. We are committed to enacting and pushing for enactment of the calls to action from the National Truth and Reconciliation Commission.

We recognize that systemic racism, ableism, other forms of discrimination, socioeconomic disparities and educational inequities have and continue to disproportionately harm the most systemically oppressed communities. We seek to address these historic inequities in how we work with each other, and those we serve. We know that we also need to hold systems to account for the same work if we want our education system to be more equitable and accessible to all, students, staff and families. We want everyone to be heard, valued, respected and to feel a sense of belonging. We want them to not just survive but to thrive and be empowered to achieve their full potential.