Canada Revenue Agency - Community Volunteer Income Tax Program
Please note: Not all employers provided information about their positions and application processes. Please visit their websites for more details.
The Community Volunteer Income Tax Program is a collaboration between community organizations and the Canada Revenue Agency. Through the Community Volunteer Income Tax Program, community organizations across Canada host free tax preparation clinics where volunteers do tax returns for eligible people. A free tax clinic is a place where eligible people who have a modest income and a simple tax situation can go to get their tax returns done for free. Volunteers complete tax returns for eligible people who have a modest income and a simple tax situation, help direct taxpayers, or assist other volunteers. You can volunteer as often as you want. The busiest time is tax season, from the end of February to early May, but many people need help throughout the year.
Recruiting for: Greeter; Tax handler; Tax preparer; Clinic Coordinator; Administrator
Specially interested in seeing students from these Programs:
Anyone can volunteer regardless of income tax knowledge - training is provided. It is a great way to learn a skill that will be useful for your entire life. However, anyone in an accounting, commerce, math or bookkeeping program might be particularly interested in becoming a volunteer.
Number of positions: unlimited
Where positions are posted: There will be a link on Canada.ca to apply in early November.
Application method: You can apply online at the end of October. Please do not apply now as the link for the upcoming tax season is not available yet. If you apply now you will need to apply again at the end of October.
How to prepare: They should come to our booth and speak with our officers!