Volunteer with the Ch’nook Aboriginal Management Program

The success of the Aboriginal Management Program and its students relies heavily on the participation of volunteers whether they be current post-secondary students, alumni, or local community contributors. 

Aboriginal entrepreneurs are the key to building a healthy economy both on and off reserve. Over 34,000 Aboriginal entrepreneurs across Canada operate businesses that contribute to local economies, sustain home communities and compete in global markets. In order to ensure that our students are maximizing their return on this program, we require the help of various volunteers. 

Volunteer Opportunities

  • General (Event Assistance, Marketing and Communications)
  • Marketing, Accounting and Finance Tutors (BCom)
  • Capstone Coaches (UBC Alumni)
  • Speaking Opportunities

How to Apply


More information on these opportunities is included in the tabbed sections below. 

General AMP Volunteers 

There are several events throughout the course of the program that require a team in order to run smoothly. Some of these events include the opening reception, workshops, presentations, a golf tournament and the graduation ceremony. 

Roles involved with these events will vary. The roles could include but are not limited to:

  • Event delegate registration
  • Assisting with catering
  • Event set-up and take down
  • School ambassador 


  • A professional and diplomatic demeanor
  • Ability to work quickly under pressure
  • Exemplary organizational and communication skills
  • A desire to work with the Aboriginal community 

Volunteers receive a signed document upon completion of their volunteer efforts confirming and recognizing their contributions. Those volunteers that show great initiative and interest may also receive a reference letter.

Please email chnookadmin@ch-nook.ubc.ca if you are interested in volunteering as a general AMP volunteer.