Volunteering can be an important and rewarding experience – not only for you, but also for those organizations with whom you choose to devote your time. While helping others, volunteers are presented with the opportunity to learn important life skills, such as communication, presentation, leadership and teamwork skills. Volunteering enhances personal development, as it helps individuals gain confidence and self-esteem, and exercise leadership, problem-solving and creativity. Volunteering is an excellent way to improve your resume, and volunteer experience is a requirement for acceptance into numerous academic programs, including education, social work and medical school.
Disclaimer: Grenfell Campus does not inspect, approve, or disapprove any of the volunteer organizations listed in this database, nor do we guarantee the accuracy of the information contained within. This information is subject to change without notice and has been voluntarily provided.
On-Campus and Community Volunteer Opportunities
International Volunteer Opportunity
Should you find that any of the information posted in the Grenfell Campus Volunteer Database has changed, please contact Justin Coombs by phone at 709-637-6200, ext. 1286 or by email at email@example.com.
If you are interested in volunteer opportunities in the St. John's area, please visit the Memorial University Student Volunteer Bureau.