Volunteer With IAP2 Canada
Help grow and strengthen IAP2 Canada & the practice of public participation.
Join as a volunteer and broaden your network, inspire better decisions together, learn from others and share your expertise. IAP2 Canada volunteers are a fun, energetic and passionate team who are influencing the practice of P2.
If you are interested in any of these opportunities, contact the Volunteer Coordinator.
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Current opportunities are highlighted as OPEN. IAP2 Canada is investing in our volunteers’ development by offering volunteer recognition Benefits for professional development.
The Professional Certification Subcommittee supports the CP3 and MCP3 Certification Program, to ensure the Program remains relevant, applicable, and is in keeping with the highest standard for a professional designation. As a member you will oversee the ongoing review and evaluation of the Certification Program.
As a Core Value Awards judge you will review and collaborate with the other judges to decide which submission is to be awarded for their excellent works, and who goes on to compete at the international level. The IAP2 Core Values Awards are another way to help raise the bar in the field of public engagement.
The Steering Committee helps to deliver a successful Conference for IAP2 members in North America. The committee members oversee the conference planning, and identify subcommittees to assist in the delivery of the conference. Sub committees include Sponsorship, Program and Fun Activities. Watch for the subcommittees call for interest in October.
IAP2 Canada seeks a board composed of leaders committed to inspiring better decisions together, who reflect the diversity of thought, background and experience, and have an understanding of governance norms. You will also have significant experience in areas relevant to the IAP2 Canada’s Strategic Plan. | Meet Our Board of Directors
IAP2 International is undergoing a change to organizational functions. Canada has two international board members to represent Canada who are passionate about working on and supporting the strategic leadership and governance of the International organization.
The Indigenous Awareness Learning Program aims to develop a common foundation of understanding throughout IAP2 Canada about the history and experiences of our Indigenous Peoples. As a volunteer learning partner, you have a level of comfort and experience in working with Indigenous people and communities that you are willing and able to share with IAP2 Canada members.
You will participate in the development and implementation of the annual IAP2 Canada marketing action plan that responds to IAP2 Canada organizational needs outlined in the Marketing Strategy Plan. The goal is to ensure IAP2 Canada’s communications are consistent, effective, timely and targeted to the interests and needs of its audiences.
As an IAP2 Canada mentor, you will provide a sounding board, advice and general wisdom on best practices and potential pitfalls with a person new to the P2 profession (protégé). You can assist in their career development and contribute to the advancement of P2 in support of IAP2’s Core Values and Code of Ethics. This is an eight-month volunteer term beginning in the fall.
As an IAP2 Canada Nomination & Elections Committee member, you will assist in the recruitment process of Board members in keeping with IAP2 Canada’s vision, mission, guiding principles and Bylaws. We are seeking two non-board members to join the Board Secretary on this Committee.
You’ll help provide oversight and guidance for the development and delivery of licensed and third-party training, ensure training opportunities are available across the country, and develop, review and evaluate the PDTC’s Action Plan. Help position IAP2 Canada as a developer of P2 training resources by overseeing the creation and delivery of training products. As a committee member with demonstrated expertise in learning outcomes, you will assist with the development and implementation of new and current training products.
With experience in research practice, you will help create access to public participation standards for effectiveness and evaluation, and define successful processes and outcomes for effective P2. Research Surveys include an Environmental Scan of research organizations and State of Public Practice in Canada. View our Research & Publications.