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Heritage Woods Secondary School
School District No. 43 (Coquitlam)
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NA Chinese Cultural Promotion SocietyCoquitlamNo

VariousSD43 Trade Job BoardNo

​Are you looking for a job? Many employers reach out to SD43 throughout the year with a variety of job openings.

Check the link to see if anything looks good. Check back often as new jobs are added all the time.

PNE/PlaylandVancouverPNE JobsNo

Come work for the iconic PNE Fair – A fun summer job awaits you! 
We are looking for over 1000 enthusiastic and dynamic employees to work in a wide variety of departments for this year’s exciting PNE Fair.  
Why join our Team? 
We create memorable experiences, and we have fun doing it – join us!
Training and development - learn new skills and gain valuable work experience
Career growth – opportunities for promotions and position transfers
Great perks & employee rewards!
o We are giving away two $2000 flight vouchers - Paris, New York, Disneyland…travel the world on us!
o Employee discounts on food and PNE tickets
o We want to recognize you – gift card rewards available all season long!
A huge variety of positions are available.

Applications can be submitted via the QR code or on the PNE website at We will be accepting applications until all roles are filled. Successful applicants will be invited to attend a virtual group interview in July. The interview invitation will allow all candidates to choose their preferred Fair jobs. 
We look forward to hearing from you! 
The PNE is proud to be an equal opportunity employer, committed to creating an inclusive workforce that reflects the diverse community we proudly serve. All applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, colour, national or ethnic origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, or age. If you require any support or accommodations throughout any stage of the recruitment process, please contact the People & Culture Department at 

Achieve AnythingVolunteer OpportunityNo

Great Events, and Great Causes Need Great Volunteers!

We need your help to inspire female future leaders in STEM, from shop floor to top floor

  • All genders encouraged to volunteer - be part of a great team!
  • Minimum age: 15 years
  • Signed Guardian consent required for those under the age of 19, a signed waiver is also applicable to everyone
  • Agreement to abide by the Achieve Anything Foundation's code of conduct is required for all volunteers.​


Join the Moresports BC Youth Leadership Team

Do you like sports, recreation, events or 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" to help kids have fun at After School Programs, Summer/Spring Break Camps.


Training will be provided (on-line and in person) We offer certificates!

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


If you are 11 to 18 you can be a youth leader. (Jr 11-14) (14-18 Sr)

Join anytime from Grade 6 to Graduation

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


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 not only become key role models in their community, they inspire new ones!​

NaloxHomeVolunteer OpportunityNo

Are you 18-25 years old, and looking to help END the overdose crisis?

Volunteer with NaloxHome!

Do you want to work with a passionate team of youth, watch guest speakers, and actively contribute to the END of BC’s overdose crisis! If so, this opportunity is perfect for you. Apply to our team to join our volunteer pool, where you can choose to be a Youth Educator, Social Media Assistant, Event Planner, Information Assistant, or Strategic Partnerships

Youth Educators are the front-line presenters, educating the community about overdose, signs of overdose, stigma, naloxone, and more.

Social Media Assistants will take the reins on our Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and TikTok accounts by promoting safety information, special opportunities, NaloxHome events and ways to get involved in the end of BC's overdose crisis

Event Planners get to brainstorm and execute events for NaloxHome to get involved in or host. A speaker panel? A pop-up naloxone training session in a park? A clothing drive? The options are endless!

Information Assistants will keep the team up-to-date with current news and statistics pertaining to harm reduction and BC's overdose crisis. We seek to ensure that all information presented to the community is credible and accurate!

Strategic Partnership Assistants will stay in-the-loop with fellow organizations that can help us educate about overdose while creating community engagement

No formal or informal experience is necessary for any position. We believe that by expressing interest in advocating for change, nothing should be stopping you from doing so! If selected, there is a 4-5 hour/month time commitment to NaloxHome. Work can be done remotely.

Worldwide Vetsvarious spots around the worldWorldwide Vets volunteer opportunitiesNo
Anyone can volunteer!

Worldwide Vets works around the globe, to help animals in need. Every year we strive to reach more and more animals that desperately require support in association with local communities and charities. This is where you come in.

Some of our projects accept volunteers, giving you a chance to get hands on and make a real impact as part of your career break, studies or gap year. Some of our projects accept anyone regardless of their past training or experience. Some are reserved for veterinary and nursing students and graduates. This is your opportunity to give something back to the world and use your passion and skills to do something amazing whilst discovering a beautiful new country.

Projects range from domestic vet clinics serving poverty-stricken communities in Africa, Asia and the Americas, to wildlife vet teams at the front line of conservation. In the developing world you will gain a lot of clinical experience and help diagnose, treat and prevent a range of injuries and diseases that you may not see at home.

With 11 years’ experience running volunteer projects, we know what it takes to give you a life changing experience with a fun and encouraging team, in beautiful locations and with all the safety nets, insurance and cover you need when traveling abroad.

So weather you dig dogs, or love lions, welcome to our team!​

City of CoquitlamvariousCity of Coquitlam Volunteer OpportunitiesNo

​Visit this page for volunteer opportunities

Snow Angels release:​ 

Hoy/Scott Watershed SocietyVolunteers NeededNo

​Get outdoors and get involved!

The Hoy/Scott Watershed Society is looking for volunteers to support our salmon hatchery and the salmon enhancement work that we do as stewards of Hoy and Scott Creeks.

Examples of how volunteers can get involved:

  • Adult salmon broodstock capture including fish trap and fish fence maintenance

  • Salmon rearing: egg to fry release.

  • Daily feeding or weekly maintenance

  • Invasive species pulls and habitat restoration

  • Talking to the public at open houses or community events

  • Conduct education sessions for school or community groups

  • Stream invertebrate survey

  • Monitor water quality

  • Storm drain marking of city streets that flow into creeks.

Whatever your skills or experience, each one of us uses our work with the Society to give back, learn and experience more.  We learn from each other.  We try to develop skills and experience by taking responsibility for activities and events and can be guided by others that have more experience.  In some cases, we can even launch a new program based on members wanting to drive the creation of a program.

Port Moody Public LibraryPort Moody Library Volunteer OpportuntiesNo

​Check out Port Moody Public Library for volunteer opportunities including: 

Book Buddies 13+
Code Buddies 14+
Homework Help 13+
Teen Advisory Group 13 – 17 y.o. ​

One ProspervirtualEnglish LanguageBuddiesYes

The English Learning Buddy Program is a volunteer program to teach English to girls in India from low-income families who lack opportunities to practice speaking English. The time commitment is 30 minutes per week for 10 weeks. Tutoring sessions are conducted by video conference between 7 pm PST to 10 pm PST. We provide you with a lesson plan and learning resources. At the end of the 10 week program, you will receive volunteer hours and feedback on how your volunteering has helped your Learner to improve her English.

ELB-West Coast Info Sheet 2021.pdf

ShareShare Society volunteeringNo

​Please visit the link for volunteer opportunities

Place des ArtsPlace des Arts volunteerNo

​Please check the link for current volunteer opportunities

City of Port CoquitlamvariedCity of Port Coquitlam volunteer opportunitiesNo

​Visit the link to see volunteer opportunities with the City of Port Coquitlam

Wildlife RescueBurnabyWildlife Rescue VolunteeringNo

Wildlife Rescue is powered by over 200 volunteers who donate over 28,000 hours annually. There are approximately 150 Wildlife Rescue volunteers supporting all areas of the organization.

Without their dedication, energy and expertise, we would not be able to fulfill our rehabilitation and education mission.

To be eligible to volunteer you will need to:

  • Be 16 years of age or older, and
  • Commit to a minimum of 100 hours and a weekly 4-hour shift for most roles

Once you attend a ‘Meet & Greet’, we will help you complete:

  • A current Criminal Record Check (within the last 5 years), and
  • An up to date tetanus vaccination (within the last 10 years)​

If you are interested please check link for application information. This could be a great opportunity for students thinking of vet school. 


Heritage Woods Secondary School

1300 David Avenue, Port Moody BC
V3H 5K6
604-461-8679 604-937-8055
8:00 am - 4:00 pm
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