Volunteering with CBBAG

The participation of volunteers is essential to the operation of the Canadian Bookbinders and Book Artists Guild. CBBAG values its volunteers who give their time, creativity, and support to achieve CBBAG’s mission. CBBAG encourages individual integrity, commitment, reliability, initiative, and cooperation. Volunteers are expected to meet their commitment to participate in and/or provide support for specific programmes or activities.

Volunteering with CBBAG has many benefits: 
  • share your passion for the book arts 
  • network opportunities
  • put your skills to good use and learn new ones
  • share experiences
  • accomplish great things 


There are many ways to volunteer for CBBAG. There are many events throughout the year that require help on a short term basis such as the book arts gatherings, exhibitions, community events, etc. In addition to these, there are other opportunities that require a longer commitment such as committee and board work. CBBAG would love to hear from you – your volunteer contribution will ensure CBBAG continues to provide the highest quality resources, training and educational programmes to the book arts community and interested public. 

 

Current Volunteer Opportunities:


CBBAG Is Seeking New Members for National Education Committee

The National Education Committee is seeking new members and a Committee Chair to continue to guide CBBAG's educational policy and core course programme.

        We're looking for members with an interest in getting more involved with the organization, and those with some experience in teaching in the area of bookbinding and the book arts.  Some experience with CBBAG's Core Course Program (through either in-studio courses or home study) is desirable but not required.

        Past Chair Jan Van Fleet is willing to act as a resource for a new chair.

        The Terms of Reference for this committee are available on the website under the Policies link (or here  https://drive.google.com/file/d/0ByKzomzg4LeuMjFZMFhzUVpHR2M/view)

         Jan Van Fleet has kindly agreed to continue as an interim chair until a new volunteer is in place, so please communicate with her directly at janvanfleet@rogers.com

        Thank you for your commitment to continuing CBBAG's excellent educational programming!


 

For more information on volunteering or to volunteer please leave a message at the CBBAG office, 416-581-1071 or e-mail volunteers@cbbag.ca. CBBAG’s volunteer coordinator will get in touch with you to discuss our current opportunities for volunteering at CBBAG. 
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