Pacific Canada Heritage Centre- Museum of Migration Society
Call for Volunteers
Calling all volunteers who are curious about the lesser-known histories of BC. If you can speak either English, French, Cantonese or Mandarin, and are willing to be trained to qualify as the “Cultural Ambassadors” of the Pacific Canada Heritage Centre (PCHC), please read on.
In support of the Centennial Anniversary of the Ing Suey Sung Tong Association of Vancouver, and their exhibition of “Rare artefacts of Overseas Chinese and Historical Figures of the Ing Clan”, PCHC is offering a training program for volunteers to become “Cultural Ambassadors”, who will guide visitors at the said exhibition and provide some basic information relating to the history and experience of Chinese pioneers in Vancouver.
1. Fluency in either English, French, Mandarin, and any other popular languages in B.C..
2. Interest in learning more about the life and history of the early Chinese pioneers and in sharing that knowledge with others.
3. Completion of a training program on Saturday, June 28, 2014.
4. Availability to be on the roster of guides for at least 2 shifts before July 14.
5. Pre-register for a spot on the training program at www.pchc2ndtraining.eventbrite.ca
To find out more, talk to one of the PCHC volunteers at the exhibition or contact Ms Chunli Yang at firstname.lastname@example.org ( c. 604-782-3866).
Winnie L. CHEUNG and Chunli YANG
Volunteer & Training Committee,
Pacific Canada Heritage Centre – Museum of Migration (PCHC-MoM) Society