Community Hours

Students in Ontario are required to complete a minimum of 40 hours of community involvement as part of the secondary school diploma requirements. Students are able to start accumulating community involvement hours in the summer before they enter grade 9.

In order to be accepted, Community Involvement hours must meet criteria outlined by the Ministry of Education. For information about Community Involvement hours, please consult OCDSB Guidelines for Community Service.

For the latest updates, please visit the OCDSB website to learn about Community Involvement Hours.


current opportunities


OPPORTUNITIES

WHO: SWEETLY AFFORDABLE ART FAIR
DATE: June 22 & 23 Weekend
TIME: 10 AM - 5 PM both days
LOCATION: Wesley Clover Parks
401 Corkstown Road
SIGN-UP: Registration Form

WHO: COMMENCEMENT '24
DATE: Thursday June 27
TIME: 8 AM - 2 PM
LOCATION: Glebe CI
SIGN-UP: Signup at Student Services


NETWORKING
stay tuned!


public events volunteer opportunities


ANNUAL ARCHIVED EVENTS


February
Winterlude - Bal De Neige
Ice Dragonboat Festival
March
Canadian Cross Country Ski Championships
Irish Film Festival
Geek Market
April
Handmade in the 613
Sit With Me Rescue
Ottawa Orchid Show
May
Canadian Tulip Festival
CN Cycle for CHEO - First Week of May
Touch a Truck
Ottawa Race Weekend
Great Glebe Garage Sale
June
Dragon Boat Festival - June 21st-24th
Somersault Triathalon/Duathalon & Run
Ottawa Ferrari Festival
Royal City Soccer Club
Italian Week Ottawa
October
The Grand Market - Stephen Lewis Foundation
November
Gingerbread Village
December
Pleasant Park Family Math Night
Ottawa Farmers Market - 4 weekends
VEX Competition
Year Long
Ottawa South Community Association - After School/Summer Camps - ongoing
Canadian Blood Services (senior students) - ongoing
OSEG Foundation - Ottawa Fury Family Fun Zone, Ottawa Fury - 50-50 

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