Become a Volunteer

Volunteers are the backbone of our Youth Centre. Without them, we could not operate at the level our community needs. While we are always looking for Volunteers from our community, we have strict guidelines on our selection process.

 

Each and every person wishing to volunteer at the Frankford Youth Centre will be screened and approved by the leadership of the youth centre. This is required to meet the legal and moral obligations of the youth centre and to ensure that the youth centre and the people who visit it are appropriately protected. 


Each person wishing to volunteer at the youth centre will be required to complete an application and interview process. Each application must be completed in full for any person to be considered.

 

In addition, each potential volunteer will be required to complete a Police Records Check with Vulnerable Sector Screening. This must be submitted with the application. Additional documents such as a resume, reference letter, etc. will be considered as well.


Following the submission of the application, the individual will have an interview with at least two designated member of the paid staff, board or approved volunteer staff.  Should any issues arise during this stage; the application will be directed to the board for review and approval. 


No person will be allowed to work within the youth centre unless a proper screening and approval has taken place. Individuals in the application process will not be allowed to participate in nor run activities at the youth centre until appropriate approval is granted. 


Once approved, the volunteer will be required to review all applicable policies and procedures for the youth centre as well as sign all required documents and agreements as detailed. Should a volunteer or staff member terminate their association with the youth centre their clearance will be revoked and must be re-submitted should they choose to return to the youth centre.
 

Any dontations made to the Frankford Youth Centre are welcome. Donations can be made in the following ways:

 

Online:

LINK

 

Cash/Cheques

Payable to :

 

Can be mailed to 

 

Frankford Youth Centre

11 King Drive

Quinte West, ON

K0K 2C0

Donations:
Become a Volunteer

Volunteers are the backbone of our Youth Centre. Without them, we could not operate at the level our community needs. While we are always looking for Volunteers from our community, we have strict guidelines on our selection process.

 

Each and every person wishing to volunteer at the Frankford Youth Centre will be screened and approved by the leadership of the youth centre. This is required to meet the legal and moral obligations of the youth centre and to ensure that the youth centre and the people who visit it are appropriately protected. 


Each person wishing to volunteer at the youth centre will be required to complete an application and interview process. Each application must be completed in full for any person to be considered.

 

In addition, each potential volunteer will be required to complete a Police Records Check with Vulnerable Sector Screening. This must be submitted with the application. Additional documents such as a resume, reference letter, etc. will be considered as well.


Following the submission of the application, the individual will have an interview with at least two designated member of the paid staff, board or approved volunteer staff.  Should any issues arise during this stage; the application will be directed to the board for review and approval. 


No person will be allowed to work within the youth centre unless a proper screening and approval has taken place. Individuals in the application process will not be allowed to participate in nor run activities at the youth centre until appropriate approval is granted. 


Once approved, the volunteer will be required to review all applicable policies and procedures for the youth centre as well as sign all required documents and agreements as detailed. Should a volunteer or staff member terminate their association with the youth centre their clearance will be revoked and must be re-submitted should they choose to return to the youth centre.
 

Donations:

Donation information can be found HERE!

Summer Jobs!

Day Camp Supervisor:

The Frankford Youth Centre is looking for someone passionate about youth ministry to assist in the area of Junior and Senior High Ministries (ages 9-15) ministries.  

Responsibilities will include the following:

* Planning and leading youth activities.

* Organizing and Day Camps.

* Organizing outreach activities.

* Making new contacts with local youth.

* Promote the Day Camps and other Youth Centre activities.

* Assisting the Director in leading staff and volunteers in ministry.

* Mentoring the two high school students who will be working with us over the summer.

* Other tasks as needed and as appropriate.

The position is for fifteen (15) weeks, thirty-five (35) hours per week. The Day Camp Supervisor will receive $17.00 per hour .  There is opportunity for ministry on a volunteer basis before and beyond the fifteen weeks as may be arranged between the suitable candidate and the centre.  This is a great opportunity to gain valuable experience and be mentored.

Commitment would begin on 2019/05/13.

The ideal candidate must be:

- Willing to sign a statement of faith. By signing you communicate your understanding that this center is dedicated to operating according to Christian values and to providing a safe environment for youth to discuss and explore spiritual issues.

- Complete a Vulnerable Sector Check with the OPP. If you reside outside of Quinte West you will need to complete your check with the applicable police department for your municipality. Vulnerable Sector Checks usually take 2-3 weeks.

- Willing to work as part of a team and under the direct authority of the Youth Centre’s director and accountable to the board of directors to make the summer ministry successful.

- Creative and fun-loving. Musical ability is an asset but not a requirement.

- Able to lead small group discussions in a meaningful way concerning spiritual topics.

- Having a valid driver’s license and vehicle an asset but not a requirement.

This position is part of the Canada Summer Job grant and therefore candidates must qualify according to the grants parameters. To be eligible, youth must:

 - be between 15 and 30 years of age at the start of the employment; 

- be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident, or person to whom refugee protection has been conferred under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act for the duration of the employment;

- have a valid Social Insurance Number at the start of employment and be legally entitled to work in Canada in accordance with relevant provincial or territorial legislation and regulations.

We are committed to helping applicants who self-identify as being part of groups that are under-represented or have additional barriers to the labour market. If you have any questions please let us know.

 

Camp Coordinators:

The Frankford Youth Centre is looking for someone passionate about youth ministry to assist in the area of summer ministries and our day camp.  

Responsibilities will include the following:

* Planning and leading youth activities.

* Organizing and overseeing ministry in Day Camps.

* Organizing outreach activities and leading the young people in volunteer work with other organizations.

* Making new contacts with local youth.

* Promote the Day Camps and other Youth Centre activities.

* Other tasks as needed and as appropriate.

The position is for ten (10) weeks, thirty (30) hours per week.  Hourly rate is $14.50 per hour. There is opportunity for ministry on a volunteer basis before and beyond the ten weeks as may be arranged between the suitable candidate and the centre.  This is a great opportunity to gain valuable experience and be mentored.

Commitment would begin in 2019/06/24

The ideal candidate must be:

- Willing to sign a statement of faith. By signing you communicate your understanding that this center is dedicated to operating according to Christian values and to providing a safe environment for youth to discuss and explore spiritual issues.

- Complete a Vulnerable Sector Check with the OPP. If you reside outside of Quinte West you will need to complete your check with the applicable police department for your municipality. Vulnerable Sector Checks usually take 2-3 weeks.

- Willing to work as part of a team and under the direct authority of the Youth Centre’s director and accountable to the board of directors to make the summer ministry successful.

- Creative and fun-loving. Musical ability is an asset but not a requirement.

- Able to lead small group discussions in a meaningful way concerning spiritual topics.

- Having a valid driver’s license and vehicle an asset but not a requirement.

This position is part of the Canada Summer Job grant and therefore candidates must qualify according to the grants parameters. To be eligible, youth must:

 - be between 15 and 30 years of age at the start of the employment; 

- be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident, or person to whom refugee protection has been conferred under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act for the duration of the employment;

- have a valid Social Insurance Number at the start of employment and be legally entitled to work in Canada in accordance with relevant provincial or territorial legislation and regulations.

We are committed to helping applicants who self-identify as being part of groups that are under-represented or have additional barriers to the labour market. If you have any questions please let us know.

 

Camp Leaders:

The Frankford Youth Centre is looking for someone passionate about youth ministry to assist in the area of Junior High (ages: 9-12) ministries.  

Responsibilities will include the following:

* Planning and leading youth activities.

* Organizing and overseeing ministry during Day Camps.

* Organizing outreach activities.

* Making new contacts with local youth.

* Promote the Day Camps and other Youth Centre activities.

* Other tasks as needed and as appropriate.

The position is for ten (10) weeks, 30 hours per week.  Hourly rate is $14.50 per hour. There is opportunity for ministry on a volunteer basis before and beyond the ten weeks as may be arranged between the suitable candidate and the centre.  This is a great opportunity to gain valuable experience and be mentored.

Commitment would begin on 2019/06/24..

The ideal candidate must be:

- Willing to sign a statement of faith. By signing you communicate your understanding that this center is dedicated to operating according to Christian values and to providing a safe environment for youth to discuss and explore spiritual issues.

- Complete a Vulnerable Sector Check with the OPP. If you reside outside of Quinte West you will need to complete your check with the applicable police department for your municipality. Vulnerable Sector Checks usually take 2-3 weeks.

- Willing to work as part of a team and under the direct authority of the Youth Centre’s director and accountable to the board of directors to make the summer ministry successful.

- Creative and fun-loving. Musical ability is an asset but not a requirement.

- Able to lead small group discussions in a meaningful way concerning spiritual topics.

- Having a valid driver’s license and vehicle an asset but not a requirement.

This position is part of the Canada Summer Job grant and therefore candidates must qualify according to the grants parameters. To be eligible, youth must:

 - be between 15 and 30 years of age at the start of the employment; 

- be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident, or person to whom refugee protection has been conferred under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act for the duration of the employment;

- have a valid Social Insurance Number at the start of employment and be legally entitled to work in Canada in accordance with relevant provincial or territorial legislation and regulations.

We are committed to helping applicants who self-identify as being part of groups that are under-represented or have additional barriers to the labour market. If you have any questions please let us know.

GET INVOLVED

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Call us:

(613) 398-1211

Find us: 

11 King Dr, Quinte West, ON K0K 2C0