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Gleneagle Secondary School
School District No. 43 (Coquitlam)
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PlaylandPNEMore infoNo

​Seasonal (June to October)

Wage: $17.60/hr & above

Positions available

  • Candy/Concessions Attendant – 15 years of age or older by May 31, 2023.
  • Candy Runner – 15 years of age or older by May 31, 2023.
  • Concessions Cook – 16 years of age or older by May 31, 2023.
  • Games Attendant – 15 years of age or older by May 31, 2023.
  • Guest Experience Attendant – 15 years of age or older by May 31, 2023.
  • Grounds Maintenance Attendant – 15 years of age or older by May 31, 2023.
  • Playland BBQ Attendant – 15 years of age or older by May 31, 2023.     
  • Playland BBQ Grill Cook – 15 years of age or older by May 31, 2023.
  • Playland BBQ Runner – 15 years of age or older by May 31, 2023.
  • Playland Busser – 15 years of age or older by May 31, 2023.
  • Rides Attendant – 16 years of age or older by May 31, 2023.

How to apply? Applications can be submitted via the PNE website at and will be accepted until the roles are filled. Preference will be given to candidates who submit their resume before Sunday, April 16, 2023.

Successful applicants will receive an interview invitation via email in late April. Virtual group interviews will be held on May 2nd & May 4th. The interview invitation will allow all candidates to choose their preferred Playland jobs.

Grow Local Society300 Ioco Rd, Pt MoodyMore info and to apply No

The Port Moody Winter Market organizers are currently looking to fill all volunteer positions for the 2022-23 Winter Farmers Market season. Positions available are: Set Up, Entrance Gate, Power of Produce(PoP) Tent, Kid's Craft Tent, Take Down, Special Events.

Below you will find market jobs as well as market dates. When submitting the online application you can indicate which jobs you would prefer and which dates you are available. The organizers will be in touch with you shortly to provide you with a schedule for the season.

Port Moody Winter Market, 300 Ioco Road  (behind Library)
November - April | Sundays (10am - 2pm) 

Shift Timing
8am - 10am (Set Up)
10am - 12pm (Entrance Gate)
10am - 12pm (PoP Tent)
10am - 12pm (Kid's Craft Tent)
12pm - 2pm  (Entrance Gate)
12pm - 2pm  (PoP Tent)
12pm - 2pm  (Kid's Craft Tent)
2pm-3:30pm (Take Down)

Cactus Club CafeCoquitlamTo applyNo

​All grades are welcome (Gr 9's & 10"s would need parent/guardian consent form)

Coquitlam Cactus Club Cafe is hiring Service & Culinary staff​
Want to join a team of good fun, great food and endless opportunity?
Cactus Club Cafe is currently hiring Server, Front Desk, Bartender, Lin/Prep Cook, Dishwasher.

Royal Soccer ClubTown Centre Park & Gleneagle Secondary SchoolMore info and to sign upYes

​The Royal Soccer Club Summer Soccer Day Camps 2023 is back.

Age: at least 14 years old by the start of the week you are volunteering. 
Location: Town Centre Park (Weeks 1, 3-5, 7 & 9)' Gleneagle Secondary School (Week 2, 6 & 8)
Job Description:
  • Assisting camp staff with coaching and teaching soccer to campers
  • Assist with equipment collection and maintenance (ie. inflating soccer balls, collecting cones)
  • Assist with supervising campers throughout the day
  • Help setup games and activities for campers
  • Maintain a clean camp environment; pick up all garbage
  • Helping to ensuring a safe environment for everyone and adhering to all safety protocols
  • Communicate any issues with camp staff and Supervisor
  • If applicable, help with changeroom and leisure swim supervision
  • General assistance around camp
  • Adhere to and help enforce all camp policies and procedures
How to apply:Through an online form. The volunteer application is towards the bottom of the webpage
Our camp runs from July 3 to September 1, 2023. They can volunteer for as little as 1 week or up to the full 9 weeks.
You can also choose whether you volunteer for the full-day (approx. 40 hrs/week) or just the mornings or afternoon sessions (approx.. 20 hours/week).
Visit or contact Katie McLeod, Volunteer Coordinator 1-800-427-0536 for more information.

Canadian Bar Association of BCMusuem of VancouverNo


Date: Mon, Apr 17 | 4:00pm – 8:30pm
Location: Museum of Vancouver

Applications are open for young, aspiring lawyers to take part in this year’s Cup.

High school students in Grade 10, 11 or 12 from all regions of B.C. are encouraged to participate.

The Barry Sullivan Law Cup is a province-wide public speaking competition for high school students to honour the memory of Barry Sullivan and his contributions to both the legal and educational professions. Finalists will be judged by legal and academic professionals, which have also included from previous years, Judges from the Courts in British Columbia and representatives from UBC and the media. Students in Grades 10, 11 and 12 from all regions of B.C. are encouraged to apply.

​The event will be divided into two parts: a Preliminary, where students will be divided into small groups to deliver their speeches to the preliminary judges, and the Final round, where a finalist per group will move forward to compete against a smaller group of participants to the championship judges.​

support in set up, take down and as runners throughout the event 

Contact for volunteer opportunity

Arianne Moran she/her
Meetings & Events Coordinator
Canadian Bar Association, BC Branch
604.646.7867 | 1.888.687.3404 x351

Vancouver PedalheadsVarious locationsNo

Position: Swim Instructor starting in March!
Perks about Pedalheads Swim:
  • We have year-long positions available, with potential for growth
  • Warm pools
  • Small classes - 4 students to 1 instructor
  • Long class times - 1-hour long lessons
  • Training available for continual professional development
  • $21.00 / hour starting wage (can be increased with relevant experience and certifications)

To qualify as a swim instructor, students need to have the following certifications*:

  • Lifesaving Society Swim Instructor
  • Standard First Aid with CPR C
  • National Lifeguard (optional)
  • Life Saving Instructor (optional)

*these certifications require that a participant is 15 years old prior to the last day of their course


We also have opportunities for younger students who are interested in gaining more experience in the aquatic environment! Volunteer applicants must:

  • Complete Swim Kids 10 and/or have completed their Bronze Cross
  • Minimum age of 13 years

Our current locations are:

  • West Vancouver - Park Royal Mall
  • Vancouver - Jericho Hill Centre
  • Richmond - River Club
  • Burnaby - Fitness 2000
  • Burnaby - Greentree Village

Here are the links to our instructor (paid) and volunteer applications:

Richmond Swim Instructor Application:

Vancouver Swim Instructor Application:

West Vancouver Swim Instructor Application:

Burnaby Swim Instructor Application:

Junior Instructor (Volunteer) Application:

SFU Summer CampVarious locationsTo applyNo
All grade level students - If there is one summer volunteering you want to participate in over the summer break, this is the one!
Application opens until April 17, 2023 at 11:59 PM
Volunteers must:
  • Be 14 years of age by July 4, 2023
  • If accepted, submit a valid Criminal Record Check
  • Complete in person and online training
Benefits of volunteering with SFU Camps
  • Gain practical experience working with children and youth in a fun, safe and welcoming environment
  • Develop valuable leadership skills, such as communication, mentorship, and problem solving
  • Receive guidance and mentorship from instructors through guided reflections, goal setting, and professional development workshops
  • Build foundation of skills to prepare for a instructor role
  • Receive volunteer hours for future career and school applications
  • Ability to request a reference from SFU Camps & Youth Programs
Please see SFU website for detailed job descriptions, more info, and the online application form. There is a Volunteer FAQ site for your to check out on these topics: Applications, References, Training, Scheduling, Lead Volunteers, Summer Day-to-Day.

If applicants move onto the next stage, interviews will be held near the end of April where applicants can choose one of the three given days to participate. We are deciding whether or not to do it via zoom for the convenience for those with a busy schedule.

After the interview and applicants receive the opportunity to volunteer, the training will be held in late June. We expect the days to be 28th and 29th, similarly as mentioned above, volunteers can choose one of the two days to participate.​

Festival DU BOISMackin Park, CoquitlamMore info and to applyNo

Age: 15+; Location: Mackin Park, Coquitlam

Dates: March 22 (pre-work) to Mar 27, 2023 (depending on your availability and the shifts you choose)

Minimum commitment is a 4 hour shift, sign up here:

Do you still have volunteer hours to complete before graduation?

Do you want to meet more Francophones and Francophiles in our region?

P.S.: Speaking French is not a prerequisite to be a volunteer - many of our visitors do not speak French!​

City of Port CoquitlamNo

Age: Youth 15+

Volunteer opportunities this Spring Break include:

  • Jr. Explorers Camp @ Hyde Creek (Week 1 | Week 2)
  • Explorers Camp @ Hyde Creek (Week 1 | Week 2)
  • ½ Day Skate Camp @ Port Coquitlam Community Centre (Week 2)

Interested? Please fill out an application form here.

To find out more volunteer opportunities, go to this site.

City of Port CoquitlamVarious locationsNo

  1. Spring Break Camps
  2. Special Events - 100th Annual Day celebrations May 5-13
  3. Aquatics - Swim Lesson Assistant
  4. Children Services - Afterschool Active
  5. Arts & Culture - Art Program Support
  6. Skating & Bike Programs - Bike Lesson & Camp Support
For time commitment and requirements, please see the flyer attached.​

Rainforest Adventure Campsvarious locations within Tri-CitiesMore info and to applyYes

Dates: March 13 to 24, 2023 Monday to Friday from 9:55am to 4:15pm
Location: various locations within the Tri-Cities including Poirier Pool, Coquitlam Aquatic Centre, White Pine Beach
More info:
Apply by using the application form attached. 

Community Volunteer ConnectionsCoquitlamMore infoNo

​​Coquitlam Community Volunteer Connections has a database that give​s students a wide selection of volunteering opportunity to choose from.

You can filter by short-term and long-term depending how much time you anticipate you will be commiting to volunteering at this very juncture in time.

Check it out

Vancouver International Children's FestivalGranville IslandTo applyNo


For: Students who are at least in Gr 10, preference will be given to Gr 11 and 12
Dates: May 30-Jun 4, 2023 and weeks prior to the event to help organize volunteers
Event location: Granville Island, Vancouver

This position is an excellent opportunity for secondary students to gain experience in an arts organization and complete required work hours for career prep programs. It is also an opportunity to support and mentor others, and to bring joy to many children and adults in helping to create this amazing event. You will be expected to commit approx. 20 volunteer hrs. in the leadup to the Festival.

Guidelines and expectations of the position:

• Attend all monthly KV meetings, on Zoom or (when possible) at the Children’s Festival office on Granville Island

• Actively advertise and recruit fellow students to volunteer at the Festival through announcements, posters,   word-of-mouth, etc.

• Liaise with career prep/contact teacher to update progress and explore new ideas for recruiting volunteers

• Assist volunteers to apply online

• Set up meetings and interview fellow students at school to find appropriate volunteer positions at the Festival   (host, parking, face painting, administration, etc.)

• Input interview notes online (personality traits, interests and experience of each candidate you interviewed)

• Stay in touch with Festival staff by phone or email to update on progress at school

• Keep track of your hours advertising positions, recruiting volunteers and attending monthly KV meetings    (it is your responsibility to submit a timesheet to get your KV hours credited)

• Attend the Festival 2 days as a Volunteer or 3 days as a Host or apply for a Captain position if possible (5 days)

Interested? Contact Kirith Bains, Volunteer Coordinator at or call 604-708-5655.

PedalheadsVarious locationsTo applyNo
Positions: Biking instructors & trail camps instructors

Wage: $15.65/hour

When: during the weeks of Spring Break (March 13-17 and March 20-24). 

Who: For bike instructors - who turns 16 in the calendar year; For trail instructors, who turns 17 in the calendar year


It's a great opportunity for students to get some hours and leadership/teaching experience while working outdoors with other youth!  There are opportunities for younger students to volunteer during these weeks!

These are our confirmed locations for Spring Break: North Vancouver, Burnaby,  South Burnaby, Como Lake, Richmond, Renfrew, Hastings, Oakridge, Little Mountain, Point Grey, Point Grey Trail

Instructor Application:

Volunteer Application:

Place des Arts Various locationsMore infoNo

Place des Arts has many volunteer opportunities for youth and adults throughout the year. From working with children at art camps or helping at exhibitions, events or performances to sitting on our Board of Directors, we provide meaningful ways to get involved in the arts and contribute to the community.

Eligibility Requirements

  • Applicants must be over the age of 13;
  • All applicants must attend an interview. Place des Arts will contact applicants to arrange interviews as applications are received;
  • Complete reference and criminal record checks. Volunteers over the age of 18 are required to complete a criminal record check.

Benefits of Volunteering

  • Gain valuable work and volunteer experience;
  • Meet people with similar interests;
  • Give back to the community;
  • Get a Place des Arts t-shirt and a volunteer ID;
  • Be eligible for our Volunteer of the Month recognition program;
  • Get exclusive invitations to our volunteer appreciation events.​

Ongoing Volunteer Opportunities

  • Community Events: Place des Arts participates in a variety of events out in the community, as well as at our centre. Volunteer duties include assisting with children’s art activities, setting up, cleaning up and more.
  • Children’s Art Camps: Camp volunteers gain exposure to a variety of classes in the arts. Duties include supervising children and assisting teachers in classes. Camps are offered during select Pro-D Days, Spring Break and summer.
  • Galleries & Exhibitions: Volunteers assist with hanging artwork in our galleries and at opening receptions for our art exhibitions.
  • Ushers: Volunteer ushers collect tickets and welcome guests at concerts, recitals and events.
  • Classroom & Workshop Assistants: Volunteers assist teachers with distributing supplies, helping students as needed and cleaning up.

Summer Fun! Camp Volunteers

From July-August, Place des Arts needs camp volunteers for our Summer Fun! program. This is a great opportunity to gain valuable experience working with children in a fun, art-camp setting. To learn more, including how to apply, visit the Summer Volunteers page.

Youth Arts Council

The Youth Arts Council was created by Place des Arts to encourage local teens to engage with the arts community.

MoreSports BCVarious locationsTo registerNo
​Do you like sports, recreation, events or working with kids?

Want meaningful volunteer opportunities that train you & help build skills for future employment?

Train to be a Moresports BC Youth Leader and Volunteer to be a “Key Player” helping kids have fun at After School Programs, Summer/Spring Break Camps.

Sign up for Volunteer Training and become a Mentor in your Community

Click here to fill out the registration form and we will contact you: 

Training will be provided (on-line and in person). We offer certificates! Join anytime between grade 6 and 12.

Learn to Mentor and Coach – Leadership skills to last a lifetime

  • Fun and Games – Coaching tips and tricks
  • HIGH FIVE - s Canada's quality standard for recreation and leisure programs
  • CAN – Canucks Autism Network Training – Increasing Positive Behaviours
  • NCCP – Physical Literacy
  • First Aid/Babysitters First Aid
  • Resume, Interview Workshops
  • Event Planning
  • Female Strong – Diversity and Inclusion Series – APRIL
  • SuperHost – Customer Service
  • Lesson Planning – Creating & Leading activities
  • Share your expertise on a Sport with our KAHOOT

WHAT’S in it FOR YOU?  You learn new skills and get volunteer experience.

Most of our training costs are FREE. Join anytime - each month has different training options. You decide which ones fit into your schedule - but we also have some components on-line for you to complete when you can!

Moresports Youth Leaders come from diverse backgrounds and/or sport experience. They all share a passion for working with and helping kids. Mentorship is a win-win and through Moresports, our leaders become role models in their community, and they inspire new ones!

Math4meOnline and In-personTo applyNo

​Math4me is a leading provider of tutoring across Canada for all grades and subjects.
Hiring Math, Science, English and French Tutors for Coquitlam and Port Coquitlam campus!
Flexible scheduling, evening and weekend hours.
Option to work virtually from home.
Perfect opportunity for students to gain experience while making a positive difference in the lives of youth.

Preference given to Grade 12 students.

Apply Now at
or email resume to
Fill out the supplemental application form in careers section.

City of CoquitlamVirtualMore infoNo

​Volunteers write letters to seniors. We include these in our meal deliveries every week. They can be emailed to

We like our volunteers to sign up on our volunteer portal. This way they can log and track their hours. 

Please complete a volunteer profile by clicking this link Special Events / Parks / Environment


Gleneagle Secondary School

1195 Lansdowne Drive, Coquitlam BC
V3B 7Y8
604-464-5793 604-937-8054
8:00 am - 4:00 pm
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We respectfully acknowledge that we live and learn on the unceded core traditional territory of the kʷikʷəƛ̓əm (Kwikwetlem) First Nation, which lies within the shared territories of the Səl̓ílwətaɬ (Tsleil-Waututh), sq̓əc̓iy̓aɁɬtəməxʷ (Katzie), xʷməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam), qiqéyt (Qayqayt) , and Sḵwx̱wú7mesh Úxwumixw (Squamish) Nations.