Our exceptionally talented and dedicated volunteers are the heart of our organization and a vital part of our success over the past 40 years.
Volunteering with the Canadian Improv Games is a truly rewarding, fun, one-of-a-kind experience. Whether you are interested in gaining experience at the National Office or on the ground at our various events, we have a number of exciting opportunities all year round. Volunteering is also a great way for alumni of the Canadian Improv Games to stay involved in a Canada-wide network of improvisers and have a fun time while doing so!
We are currently seeking volunteers to help out with our National Festival & Tournament in Ottawa this spring! learn more here: http://improv.ca/improvleaders/
We are also always looking or volunteers for our tournaments across Canada. From helping run the All-Teams Meetings, to helping out with box office, being a part of the What’s In The Box crew, becoming a judge or trainer, or reffing the tournaments, you can help be a part of the Canadian Improv Games Each region is made up of a large, wacky, and wonderful group of volunteers and are always looking for more individuals like yourself to join their team. If you are interested in getting involved please fill out this registration form by clicking here!
The Artistic Committee is made up of volunteer members that are seasoned veterans of the Canadian Improv Games. Whether they coached a team for 12 years, produced regional events during university or led workshops at both the regional and national level for a number of years, each member is specialized in interpreting and teaching CIG curriculum. Using this expertise, the committee’s mandate is to ensure that the curriculum is accessible, inclusive and engaging for both students and teachers.
The Development Committee is a volunteer working committee dedicated to creating materials, guides and tools for the Canadian Improv Games on a national scale. The Committee works towards the creation of support materials, spearhead new inclusion projects, and create materials and tools for greater school outreach.
The Fundraising Committee is made up of dedicated volunteers that work to conceive, craft, implement and monitor success on super fun fundraisers for the Canadian Improv Games on a national scale. The Committee creates national campaigns, spearheads new sponsorship projects, and works to find donors of all kinds in an effort to improve fundraising outreach.
For further information on joining a committee, please email email@example.com