Thank you for your interest in volunteering with a Restorative Justice Program through the Mennonite Central Committee of Ontario.
As a first step in the application process we ask that you complete the following form.
Please be aware that submitting this application form does not automatically register you as an MCC volunteer. There may be other training and qualifications that must be met, before you can begin volunteering.
Also, please be aware that all MCC volunteers working directly with program participants will be required to provide a current police information check.
Please indicate the Restorative Justice COSA site where you are interested in serving as a MCCO volunteer (Toronto, Kitchener, Hamilton)
Due to COVID-19 Restrictions Blanket Making at GVI is not available at this time.
Please briefly describe your motive for volunteering with this restorative justice program.
Please share any information which could help us in matching you with the most appropriate Circle of Support and Accountability or Restorative Justice program.
Please briefly describe your volunteer experience.
Please briefly describe your work experience.
Please briefly describe other skills and interests that would be applicable to the position you are interested in.
References must be 18 years of age or older and should not be related to you. Please ensure that your references include those who will be able to speak to your work ethic and character. (Example: Pastor, Employer, Colleague, Teacher, Coach or someone you have volunteered with or for in the past. Please do not use family)
MCC is committed to the safe and successful placement of our volunteers. During your application and interview process, please inform us of your accommodation needs due to illness or disability.
ARISE, COSA, Circle of Friends, GVI Blanket Making, and Walking with People in Poverty are local programs undertaken by Mennonite Central Committee Ontario and MCCO's mission states: "Mennonite Central Committee (MCC), shares God’s love and compassion for all in the name of Christ by responding to basic human needs and working for peace and justice. MCC envisions communities worldwide in right relationship with God, one another and creation."
Volunteers are asked to respect MCC's mission statement. If you feel that you are able to volunteer in a manner that is respectful of our Mission Statement then please indicate so by checking the "I Agree" box below.