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The Minerva Foundation for BC Women

The Minerva Foundation for BC Women

Since 1999 Minerva has helped more than 3000 women and girls gain values-based leadership skills to empower them in their communities, at the workplace, and with their educational goals.

Keywords: Women , Leadership , First Nation and Aboriginal Peoples , Education and Literacy



The Minerva Foundation for BC Women
111 West Hastings Street, The Woodward's Building Suite 320, Vancouver, BC V6B1H4

The Minerva Foundation for BC Women url http://www.theminervafoundation.com/

The Minerva Foundation for BC Women Phone Number 604-683-7635

The Minerva Foundation for BC Women Email address admin@theminervafoundation.com



Volunteer Information for The Minerva Foundation for BC Women

What services does your organization provide?

  • Leadership development programs for BC based non-Aboriginal and Aboriginal women
  • Career exploration programs for BC Based non-Aboriginal and Aboriginal women
  • Education Awards for BC Based non-Aboriginal and Aboriginal women


Do you have any age requirements?
Women and men of all ages are welcome to join us.


Do you require language proficiency other than in English?
No.


What time commitment(s) are you expecting from a volunteer?
Anywhere from 2 hours for a mentoring session to multi-year commitments to committees, to 4 hours of work at events.


Are there any other requirements for being a volunteer?
Positive attitude,ability to remain confidential with sensitive matters.


Are there any specific skills and experience required?
Availability during weekedays or weekday evenings
Valuable skills such as mentoring experience, committee work, administarive abilities, or specialized skills such as driving, photography and design.


What type of volunteer positions are typically available?

  • Administrative help at the office
  • Evening event work
  • Committee work
  • Mentoring

Is there any training provided for volunteers?
Training is provided when applicable, but there is no specialized orientation


How will a person benefit from volunteering with The Minerva Foundation for BC Women?
You will be exposed to a large network of influential women and men.
Letters of references are given when requested
Establish meaningful relationships and help to build community


Do you accept high school students?
Yes and we also love to have graduate students who are fullfilling praticum or internship hours and projects




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