Volunteer with ITE Canada

Volunteers are the foundation of ITE Canada. From formal roles spanning several years to behind-the-scenes contributions requiring only a few hours, there are many ways for members to get involved with ITE Canada! Check out this feature highlighting some of these opportunities and hear from volunteers about how they have benefitted: ITE Canada Volunteer Opportunities.

What does volunteering do for you?

Volunteerism strengthens and stimulates both personal and professional growth. ITE Canada volunteers increase their knowledge base while networking and forming close, meaningful friendships. Through technical participation, volunteers receive personal credibility, which can be useful when negotiating with current and prospective employers. For example, volunteers who contribute published papers or journal articles have the added benefit of using the article as credible proof of their technical and professional knowledge.

How do I sign up to be a volunteer?

Complete the form below to register as a volunteer. We release calls for volunteers when there are specific positions to be filled. (Be sure to check off the relevant positions if you’re responding to a specific call!) However, you are welcome to express your interest in various positions by completing the form below to be added to our database. If new opportunities arise, you may be contacted.

Be sure to watch for calls for volunteers from your local Section or Student Chapter through their mailing list or social media account(s).

I’d like more information

If you have questions or would like more information about volunteer opportunities, please contact president@itecanada.org

Over the years, I have met and worked with some incredibly dedicated and talented people who have made a profound difference in my life. So if any of you are considering a volunteer position … don’t hesitate. The benefits in terms of your personal growth and development are exceptional, and more importantly, the opportunity to make a significant contribution to your profession is almost unlimited.”

David B. Richardson, P.Eng. (F), 2006 Recipient of the H. Robert Burton Distinguished Service Award

Active Calls for Volunteers

You will only be considered if you check off the Committee name or position on the form below when applying for a specific role!


Volunteer Form