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The following is a list of volunteer opportunities advertised in the Winnipeg area. For more information about these listings, please contact the person/organization directly. You may also call 204-477-5180, ext. 230 to set up an appointment to see an interviewer at Volunteer Manitoba. Email: noreen.mian@volunteermanitoba.ca or visit our website: www.mbvolunteer.ca for other available volunteer opportunities.

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English Language Centre at the University of Manitoba needs volunteers who are willing to meet and visit with international students. By simply socializing, you can provide listening and speaking practice, and therefore improve their opportunity for success. For information, contact Crystal at crystal.beyak@ad.umanitoba or 204-474-6722.

Progressive Care Residential Services provides residential support services to individuals with disabilities and their families. They are seeking board members. Information: Don 204-667-9087 or progressive_dan@mymts.net

Yellowquill College is looking for volunteers to tutor adults in high school English and math. Volunteers must be comfortable working with adults in an educational setting. Two hours per week until June 2013. Inormation: Bernice 204-953-2804 or bernice@yellowquill.org

Manitoba Schizophrenia Society is looking for a co-facilitator for their Hearing Voices workshops. Facilitators must be familiar with schizophrenia and understand the challenges that face individuals with psychiatric disabilities. Workshops are ongoing. For more information, contact Jane or Viola 204-786-1616 or info@mss.mb.ca

St. Boniface Hospital is looking for a parking ambassador to assist visitors who require help using the parking pay station, to redirect inquiries and to provide direction to various areas throughout the hospital. Information: Shelly at 204-237-2346 or syoung@sbgh.mb.ca

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition December 17, 2012 B2

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