As a Volunteer Notetaker, you will attend each lecture and take comprehensive notes to be made available online within 72 hours. Note-takers have the unique opportunity to improve their own skills and develop a sense of social responsibility while positively impacting the classroom experience of their peers.
Where it is possible, the ideal candidate types their own notes to upload onto our website. You must possess excellent time management and organizational skills, be self-motivated and reliable, and be able to maintain a high level of professionalism in order to respect and safeguard the confidentiality of the student(s) for whom you are sharing your notes.
- Develop responsibility through commitment to attend every class, or (if not able) to find replacement notes
- Increased time management and organizational skills
- Improved notetaking skills
- Development of social responsibility
Benefits of Volunteering:
- Increased awareness of disabilities and services available at the Paul Menton Centre
- Improved notetaking ability, may even improve your grades!
- A sense of involvement and engagement in the Carleton community
- Excellent addition to résumé (letter of appreciation available upon request)
- Recognition of volunteer time on your transcript through the Carleton Co-Curricular Record (CCR)
Time Commitment: 3 hours per week of your class time and an additional 15 minutes to review and post your lecture notes.
Deadline to Apply: Ongoing
If you are interested in being considered as a Volunteer Notetaker, please update your Volunteer Profile on the Ventus Volunteer Notetaker Portal. Instructions on how to use the Ventus Volunteer Notetaker Portal are available on the Notetaker Support webpage.
If you have any questions or concerns please email us at:
or call 613-520-6608.