If you’ve ever felt that you’d like to see a change – in your community or in your country – you might want to get involved with the Burlington Conservative Association.
Getting involved can occur on a number of different levels – choose one or all!
- You may want to become a Member of the Burlington Conservative Conservative Party, receive the newsletter and become familiar with the Conservative point of view on the issues. If you are interested in joining the Conservative Party of Canada and the Burlington Conservative Association click on Join/Renew.
- You may want to provide some financial support. If you are interested in providing some financial support so that the riding association can continue to do its community work and will be ready to get its candidate elected in the next election click on Donate. Our Donate page includes an explanation of the tax benefits to you. Personal donations can be made by cheque or online using a secure site.
- You may want to volunteer. Please use our Volunteer Page form to let us know that you are interested in helping and what you would like to help with.
- You may want to Attend An Event!
If you would like to receive event notices by email, please Subscribe to our Email List – just at the bottom right on this page. Should you change your mind you can simply unsubscribe at any time.
Get involved with the Burlington Conservative Association today!
STUDENT / YOUTH :
CONSERVATIVE PARTY OF CANADA INTERNSHIP PROGRAM (CAMPUS CONSERVATIVES) – Here’s the link This is a unique opportunity for our youth supporters to work on the Hill for a summer to learn about government and the art of campaigning from the finest experts in the country. These are fully paid internships that provide excellent high-level exposure early in a youth’s career. They also become excellent youth organizers during campaigns. Applicants will be judged on their past experience with the Party and their involvement with the local EDA and campus club.
If you are attending university please consider joining your university’s Conservative campus club! Here’s the list: CAMPUS CLUBS
HOUSE OF COMMONS PAGE PROGRAM Here’s the link Each year, 40 students are selected from high schools and CEGEPs across Canada to come to Ottawa to work as Pages in the House of Commons.
CANADA SUMMER JOBS PROGRAM Here’s the link Canada Summer Jobs provides funding to help employers create summer job opportunities for students. It is designed to focus on local priorities, while helping both students and communities. Applications for the summer will be accepted Dec. to Jan. of the current year.
HIGH SCHOOL VOUNTEER HOURS NEEDED? Volunteer for BCA Here’s the link – or contact Volunteer Halton to search for volunteer opportunities online Here’s the link
Visit our Links page for more Student/Youth programs and services.