Our membership includes a diverse range of skilled professionals, many of whom choose to invest their skills, time and energy in working for the Chapter on volunteer projects. Many volunteer positions are applicable for CE hours. Volunteer opportunities, including committee members, are available for Chapter members. To learn about Chapter membership and to register, please click here.
Volunteering on a Committee
If you have the relevant skillset and experience, and are interested in sitting on one of the following committees, please email us at email@example.com with a copy of your CV, and a brief summary about your academic/ professional background, and why you're interested in participating.
Emerging Green Professionals Committee
Committee Co-Chairs: Kaitlin Caroll & Stuart Cooper
The Emerging Green Professionals (EGPs) in the Greater Toronto Area are a coalition of students and young professionals intent on promoting the integration of future leaders into the green building movement. Emerging Green Professionals are defined as a student or a new professional within 5 years of graduation or 30 years of age or younger.
Committee Chair: Julia St. Michael
In the spring of 2016, the Canada Green Building Council Greater Toronto Chapter's Advocacy Committee began discussions on building energy benchmarking. Ian Theaker’s article in the spring 2014 issue of Toronto Focus (p17-18), Building Energy & GHG Benchmarking: Labeling and Transparency, provided a comprehensive overview of the issue and its context across Canada and in Toronto. Over the next year, the committee pursued the initiative in a number of ways; the Chapter provided a letter of support for the motion presented by City Councillors to the Parks and Environment Committee for a staff report on a new bylaw and implementation plan to establish a mandatory ‘Annual Energy & Water Utilization Reporting Requirement’ for large buildings in Toronto for their March agenda. Any Chapter member interested in becoming involved should send their CV and expession of interest.
VOLUNTEERING AT EVENTS
If you would like to volunteer at our networking events and educational workshops (e.g. Awards Gala, Green Building Breakfasts, LEED GA Kickstarters), please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
with a brief summary about yourself and your academic/ professional background.
Volunteer duties include assisting with set up, registration, greeting and directing guests, and acting as the ambassador for CaGBC at our events. In return you get to attend our events and workshops for free and it's a great opportunity to network with professionals in the industry and learn from them!