Community Service


 

  • Big Brothers Big Sisters - BBBS is a non-profit youth serving organization that seeks to provide quality mentoring programs to children and youth ages 6-16 in the metro St. John's region. 
  • Brighter Future Coalition - The Brighter Future Coalition provides programs, resources, and supports for families with children, from pregnancy to age 6.
  • Boys and Girls Club After School Program - The Boys and Girls Club of St. John's offers a wide variety of After School and Evening Programs for children and youth between the ages of 5-17. There are three groups:

Juniors: Ages 5-9

Intermediates: Ages 10-12

Seniors: Ages 13-17

  • Goodwill Gaming - Goodwill Gaming Inc. is a non-for-profit organization which has regular events which seek to raise money to buy books, toys, and video games for children who need them. 
  • Habitat For Humanity - Incorporated as a charitable non-profit organization in Newfoundland and Labrador in May 1994, Habitat NL assits low income working families achieve home ownership by mobilizing local communities, volunteers, materials, and financial resources through supportive, wide ranging partnerships. 
  • John Howard Society - The John Howard Society of Newfoundland and Labrador is a community-based, volunteer organization which works to reduce crime by providing opportunites for the rehabilitation of offenders and advocating reform trhough sucessful program interventions; public education; crime prevention strategies; and restorative juctice principles.
  • John Howard Society - C-Step Program - The John Howard Society of Newfoundland and Labrador is a community-based, volunteer organization which works to reduce crime by providing opportunites for the rehabilitation of offenders and advocating reform trhough sucessful program interventions; public education; crime prevention strategies; and restorative juctice principles.
  • Kids Help Phone - Kids Help Phone is a non-for-profit organization that enables youth across Canada to reach out to trained counsellors with questions and concerns relating, but not exclusive to, mental health issues, bullying issues, abuse issues, and sexuality issues.

 

 

Contact

Career Development

230 Elizabeth Ave

St. John's, NL A1B 3X9 CANADA

Tel: (709) 864-2530

Fax: (709) 864-2552

becomestudent@mun.ca