Organization NamePosition TypesDurationGreat ForRegion and Location(s)Ad Online SinceApplication Deadline
  • Various
Long term (6 months to 1 year)
  • Youth (over 18)
  • English as a Second Language
  • Ontario
  • Ontario - Metro Toronto Area
  • Ontario - York Region
  • Ontario - Hamilton Area - Richmond Hill
  • Ontario - North York
  • Ontario - Southwestern Ontario


We need volunteers aged 16 to 29 (especially males) 

to inspire newcomer kids to thrive!

  Join our amazing team of mentors for a rewarding opportunity to positively impact a young person's life! 

 To attend the info session on June 22 or to apply contact Paula via Email:

The goal of The Peer Project:Youth mentors help at-risk and newcomer children and youth find their way.  As a mentor you will offer support and guidance to a younger youth in your community. It only takes 3 hours a week– the time it takes to watch a hockey game, go to a movie, or play some video games.

How does it work?

  • We pair you with a child (aged 6 to 15) based on common interests, background and where you live. From there, the mentoring begins, with ongoing support from us.
  • You will share experiences, skills, and hobbies and inspire a younger youth to stay on the right track.
  • You can volunteer on your schedule (3 hours per week) and close to home.

And it works. 98% of the kids we work with stay in school and out of trouble with the law. 

"The Peer Project gave me the chance to instill positive self-worth in a child… and gain a very dear friend.”                  – Krishana, Mentor


What’s in it for you?

  • In a tough job market, being a mentor to an at-risk kid, not only helps to build your resume but it also  shows community leadership, an attribute that all employers love.
  • You’ll make a real difference that counts in the life of a child
  • You get to do fun stuff for FREE, like attending professional sporting events such as Raptors or Jays games; our annual 3 day Summer Camp up North; and other cool field trips such as Canada’s Wonderland, Wet and Wild, and much more. 

Note:  Volunteer positions show future employers your drive and dedication. Such accomplishments demonstrate initiative, personal will, leadership skills and the ability to work hard. Future employers highly value these qualities.



Paula Da Rocha, Recruitment Coordinator

The Peer Project - Youth Assisting Youth |

Email: Phone: (416) 932-1919 ext 258

Want to learn more?

For more information on what it’s like to be a mentor, watch our Recruitment Video on Youtube.

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