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Volunteer Program

Connecting with Cultural Heritage


Connecting with Cultural Heritage is an initiative that connects individuals to cultural heritage organizations within Kingston & area, expanding opportunities for engagement across our diverse communities, supporting personal growth and skill development, and building capacities of cultural heritage sites through strong volunteer contribution and involvement.

Connecting with Cultural Heritage invites applications from three categories of volunteers: Student (Secondary, 14-18); Student (Post-Secondary, 18-65+); and General (18-65+).    Review the Program Participant Guide and complete your Expression of Interest and Declaration forms (available for download below).   We accept applications through out the year.  The training program takes place three times a year: October, January and April.    Submit to with the subject line: Connecting with Cultural Heritage Community Applicant.


KAM members are invited to register as a volunteer host site and to share their available volunteer roles and opportunities through the Connecting with Cultural Heritage program.  Increase your capacity to connect with community volunteers and placement students!   Review the Connecting with Cultural Heritage Volunteer Program Guide, complete the Host Site Registration, Declaration, and Volunteer Opportunities forms (available for download below).  Submit to with the subject line: Connecting with Cultural Heritage Host Applicant.


Funded by the Government of Canada's Community Services Recovery Fund



  • Canada
  • Ontario
  • City of Kingston
  • Tourism Kingston