Community Service High School Students

The Glebe Centre encourages high school students looking to complete their 40 hours of community service to apply. Due to high demand and training required for community service hour positions, those applying are required to commit to complete their full 40 hours at The Glebe Centre. Volunteering helps to develop live long skills and we are pleased to be able to offer continued volunteer opportunities to students who have successfully completed their 40-hour commitments with our organization.

Throughout the year The Glebe Centre hosts many fundraising and special events. Volunteers supporting these events are not required to commit their full 40 hours to The Glebe Centre.

Placement/ Co-op Students

The Glebe Centre has long standing relationships with several post secondary institutions to support hands on student learning. The Glebe Centre often hosts students in the following programs.

  • Bachelor of Food and Nutrition Sciences- Dietetics Students
  • Bachelor of Nursing Students
  • Bachelor of Social Work Students
  • Food and Nutrition Management Students
  • Food Services Worker Students
  • Highschool Co-ops
  • Personal Support Worker Students
  • Practical Nursing Students
  • Therapeutic Recreation Students
  • Social Service Worker Students

If you are interested in completing a student placement at The Glebe Centre please speak with your Placement Coordinator from your school to determine if we have an existing partnership. If a partnership currently exists, your Placement Coordinator should provide you guidance on next steps. If no partnership currently exists, please reach out to our Coordinator of Volunteer Services and include the following information.

  • Program of study
  • School Name
  • Placement requirements (Hours, number of weeks)
  • Contact information for your Placement Coordinator

Community Service-Learning Post Secondary Students

We are pleased to have a standing agreement to support the Community Service Learning (CSL) program at the University of Ottawa. Students interested in completing their Community Service-Learning hours with our organization should apply directly through the CSL student portal.

Students interested in the Extracurricular Volunteering program should directly contact the Coordinator of Volunteer Services to discuss current opportunities.