ARCH is a non-profit, community-based agency that offers a dynamic and supportive environment with a creative and committed team of staff, peers and volunteers and an opportunity to contribute in a meaningful way to our community. Residing on traditional territory of the Attawandron, we strive to honour the treaties and support and listen to the original peoples of this land in all we do. We are an equal opportunity employer committed to embracing diversity and individuality, and opposed to practices which discriminate on basis of race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, dis/ability, age, or nationality. We encourage all interested individuals to apply to any opportunity of interest.
We need your help – get involved today! Together, we can make a difference in our communities. To learn more about our different opportunities, please contact our Capacity Builder at firstname.lastname@example.org or 519-763-2255 ext. 150.
We are currently searching for a Community Engagement Peer Worker. Please view the position description here and send your application to email@example.com.
Everyone has a role in the world of HIV/AIDS. ARCH was founded by a caring group of volunteers in 1989 to assess the need for an AIDS Service Organization (ASO) in our community. Our volunteer program recruits, screens and trains people living in the communities we serve to help us reach our goals.
How to Become a Volunteer:
- Connect with Us
Come in and meet us, give us a call or send us an email
- Complete Online Training
You will recieve access to the online survey through a staff member or once your onboarding survey has been reviewed
- Find the best opportunity to match your interests and start volunteering with us!
Board of Directors
We are not currently recruiting new volunteers to be members of our Board of Directors. To view the most recent position description for the Board of Directors, please CLICK HERE.
The nominating committee of the Board of Directors recruits new applicants starting in the spring of each year to be elected at the September Annual General Meeting (as seats are available). We welcome individuals to submit nominations year round, however interviews are typically held in May and June each year.
If you are interested in applying, please CLICK HERE to complete the Board Application. You will be contacted by the nominating committee upon receiptof your nomination with details on when and how the process will occur.
Want to have a say and help shape our future? Please consider becoming a member of HIV/AIDS Resources and Community Health. You must submit your membership within 30 days to be eligible to vote at the Annual General Meeting*
You can complete your membership form [HERE]
*Meetings are held yearly at the end of September. Please check the events page for more information. Thank you.