PGUAJS Volunteer Opportunities


  1. Circle Room – community representatives 
  2. One to one support – “walk & talk” assisting the client to make scheduled appointments until comfort level and routine can be established 
  3. Crafts – teaching & sharing of skills 
  4. Cultural Awareness – sharing and educating others to different practices and ceremonies 
  5. Other - as needed and / or based on volunteer strengths / client needs

For more information or to inquire about a volunteer opportunity, send an email to ; you will be contacted by a staff member and an interview date will be determined.

Practicum Students

Post-Secondary students are welcomed. PGUAJS will provide real life situational training! 

For more information regarding practicum placements please contact ; you will be contacted to arrange an interview date.   

Professional Role

Board of Director(s)

The Society is governed by an elected Body of community members who have a desire to be involved in determining policy for this not-for-profit, Aboriginal organization, whose focus is restorative justice.  Lend your experience and your knowledge of business, justice, social issues, finance, once a month for a maximum of 1.5 hrs. and again to the Annual General Meeting for election of Officers.

For more information or to inquire about a position on the Board, send an email to the Board Chair at .

All volunteers are required to complete an application; submit a resume with references, and complete a Criminal Record Check through the RCMP before having access to sensitive material, and / or direct client contact.

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