Call for Volunteers from the Education Committee
This is an exciting time for OPA and the Education Committee. We are growing our members-only Professional Development and Learning capabilities with exciting new initiatives like our new delivery platform. Now is the time for fresh ideas.
Have a skill that can benefit the Education Committee?
Volunteer your skills and help us advance the Paralegal profession!
By investing in our members, we will elevate the profession and become
the NEW industry standard for Paralegal education in Ontario!
What is in it for you?
⚖ Personal growth and well-being
Social opportunities to network, meet mentors and make new friends while working on a team.
⚖ Have your voice heard
Contribute to the future, have a voice on the committee’s new mandate and new processes.
⚖ Learn new skills
Learn about interesting, current topics and issues facing Paralegals – mini educational experiences that will increase your knowledge and add value to your Paralegal toolkit.
Being thanked, appreciated, and celebrated.
⚖ Increased sense of purpose
Knowing that you are making a difference and a lasting impact on the Paralegal profession.
⚖ Leadership opportunities
Represent OPA members and the Paralegal profession within the community and with all vested stakeholders in the broader Ontario legal community .
What is the Education Committee looking for?
Make a difference by supporting the advancement of the Paralegal profession through professional development.
⚖ Dependable, accountable, and honest
We want volunteers who are responsible, commit and take pride in their actions.
We want the Education Committee to reflect the membership we serve, we encourage cultural and professional diversity.
⚖ Problem solvers
A healthy curiosity and willingness to try new things – creative yet practical thinkers with the ability to think outside the box and the confidence to propose new ideas, new ways of thinking and new approaches to professional education.
Volunteers who serve the membership and have a passion to meet and work with others within the community.
administrative organization and the ability to prioritize according to shifting organizational priorities and a constantly evolving legal industry.