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2545 - Volunteer Mentor/Teacher - Basketball
Mississauga, Brampton, Caledon


'Student Links' is an initiative by Community Living Ontario. Our goal is to promote inclusiveness for those living with an intellectual disability. Student Links is a program specifically for students between the ages of 14-21. We match these students with a mentor in their community with whom they share common interests. Students are provided with an opportunity to explore different roles based on their interests, to practise hard and soft skills, and to network. This helps them form decisions about the choices available to them upon graduation.


Are you a people person? Do you love coaching Basketball? Care to share your passion for the game with a student who is also interested in getting more involved in basketball in Mississauga? As his mentor, you will encourage the student to learn more about the sport and show him what he can do with his talent. If you would like to invite him to your coaching sessions and teach him how to develop his talent and connect to other players or events in the community please contact us at (249)358-0257. Volunteer MBC volunteers: 'Click' the yellow box 'Apply Now!', below, to indicate your interest in exploring this interesting opportunity, plus easily download the 'Student Links' Mentor Application form! PLEASE have a look at these videos of past students and mentors, on Community Living Ontario's YOUTUBE channel!


  • Share your enthusiasm for Basketball, and your talent and knowledge, by connecting with a student
  • Be a coach and mentor for a student and open up their world to new possibilities
  • Inspire them to develop their talents
  • Feel great about showing a student how to become more involved in their community!


  • Minimum age - 21
  • Experience in playing and following the sport of Basketball required
  • Solid English communication skills
  • Prior coaching/mentoring experience is a definite asset
  • Satisfactory 'Police Vulnerable Sector Check' required
  • Ability to commit and abide by a fairly flexible schedule (see 'Time Detail')
  • Follow Community Living Ontario's policies and procedures

Min Age: 21   
Police Check: Required   
Resume:Not required   
Driver's Licence: Not required   
Proof of Vaccination: Not required

Time Commitment
This is a Any Duration commitment
Shifts are available Anytime

Weekday Afternoons - Typically 1 to 2 hours a week Summer Hours can be during the day


You will have an orientation meeting with a 'Student Links' Coordinator and the Coordinator will attend and help with the mentorship with a student. Our goal is to support a mentorship with a student and create an awesome experience for the mentor and the student!

More Details
Areas of Interest: Sports & Recreation, Seasonal/Special Event, Holiday & Festive, Life Skills & Accessibility, Youth Mentorship
Accessibility: Unknown
Ideal for: Individuals, Groups, Older Adults

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