On the First Working Monday of each month (September - June ), we will have an orientation to the many different volunteer opportunities available throughout CCLC.
- The volunteer should possess some or all of the following skills and personal attibutes:
- Basic understanding of other cultures
- Good communication skills
- Good interpersonal skills
- Knowledge of second language preferred
- Good organizational skills
- Commitment to LCCLC mission and goal
- Pleasant personality and patience
- Please see detail qualifications under each position
- All the potential volunteers need to register for the Volunteer Orientation.
- At the end of the orientation, potential volunteers need to fill out the application form and acknowledge the Duty of the Confidentiality and the Conflict of Interest.
- The volunteer coordinator will check the potential volunteers' references and refer them to the different programs.
- Potential candidates then will meet with the program leader or coordinator for specific qualification and the detail volunteering work.
Duty of Confidentiality
All Volunteers shall keep confidential all matters considered by the Volunteer or coming to their notice or attention as Volunteers, which are or a confidential or private nature. Such matters shall include personal information on individual members and information relating to the London Cross Cultural Learner Centre to preserve always the Centre’s Position and reputation.
- If any officer, employee, volunteer or other member of the Centre, is present at a Staff Board meeting where confidential matters are considered and becomes aware of such confidential information, such person shall have an obligation to keep such information confidential and not to communicate it to anyone else (including spouse and relatives)
- This “Duty of Confidentiality” survives the Volunteer Member’s term of duty.
Conflict of Interest
No Volunteer should place himself or herself in conflict of interest situation with respect to London Cross Cultural Learner Centre, its mandate, policies and procedures.
- A Conflict of Interest is a situation where any personal or business interests of a Volunteer are in conflict with the best interests of the Corporation.
- A Conflict of Interest may occur when a Volunteer, or one of their family members, gives or receives a direct or indirect personal gain or benefit or indirect advantage.
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