The Community Initiatives for Immigrant Seniors Program (CISP) hosted the Seniors Christmas Party on December 19, 2014 . 76 senior clients, 8 program volunteers and ISC staff attended the party. The CEO of Immigrant Services Calgary, Krystyna Biel, also graced the event and welcomed all the guests with a short speech. Korean seniors sang Christmas carols, Punjabi senior ladies danced …
Coffee & Conversation
On November 5, 2014 SNAP launched its most recent initiative, a Coffee & Conversation program in collaboration with Woodcliff United Church & Korean Central Presbyterian Church. The purpose of this initiative is to provide members of the Korean community with an opportunity to practice English conversation in a casual and supportive environment. With the advertising of the new program in …
Easier than You Think!
On Tuesday September 22, Twenty three professionals from various immigrant serving agencies took part in a training titled, “Easier than You Think”. The training was facilitated by Diana Wark from Calgary Sexual Health Centre. The purpose was to help service providers support parents as they discuss healthy bodies and healthy relationships with their children. Immigrant Services Calgary is a member …
Volunteering at ISC
The Volunteer Program responds to those who have a passion for helping immigrants adjust to their new life here in Calgary. As a volunteer, whether you are accompanying a client to an important doctor’s appointment, coaching an individual on how to write a resume, or helping our staff in the office, you will be contributing to the successful integration of newcomers to Calgary. Some of the volunteer job positions include:
Cultural Translator, Cultural Interpreter, Employment Coach, Special Events Volunteer, Office Support Volunteer, Income Tax Volunteer, Children’s Programs Volunteer, Workshop Assistant
Youth Volunteer Program at ISC
The Youth Volunteer Program (YVP) is an initiative designed by Immigrant Services Calgary to assist individuals aged 14-20, who are newcomers to Canada. YVP activities have, in the past, ranged from the preparation and serving of food to the homeless, to a community talent show designed, hosted and delivered by the youth in our program. This program offers immigrant youth a platform to utilize their talents, to volunteer in and around the city of Calgary.
Meet our Youth Volunteer Sara
We conducted an interview with our youth volunteer Sara. Watch this video to find out why you should become a youth volunteer at Immigrant Services Calgary.