CFIS 93.1 FM Community Radio

Have you ever wanted to be involved in broadcasting? Do you have experience in broadcasting you’re willing to share? CFIS-FM is operated primarily by volunteers. Opportunities include “on-air” programming, a variety of office functions & committee positions. Direction is provided by a volunteer Board of Directors, and tasks are delegated to committees made up of society members.

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CFUR 88.7 FM Community Powered Radio from the Canadian North

There are many opportunities for anyone to get involved with CFUR Radio. We are an inclusive organization and serving the student and community members of Prince George is our number one concern. CFUR Radio is for you, and by you.

$20.00 annual membership fee is required, unless you are a UNBC Undergraduate Student.

Please email if you are interested in volunteering.

CFUR 88.7 FM Community Powered Radio from the Canadian North

CFUR would like some help maintaining CFUR’s web presence, and are looking for someone looking to gain web posting skills to fill their “Web Content Coordinator” position.

Duties will include posting the produced content of hosts and staff, as well as recent shows, current events, and other items to CFUR’s website and social media in efforts to create excitement about, and support for, CFUR within our web reach.

All interested are invited to email with the subject “Web Content Coordinator.”


Technology Assistant Volunteers

The CNIB Foundation invites you to make a difference in the life of someone who is blind or partially sighted. We are currently recruiting volunteers in Prince George who are interested in providing support for seniors in mastering the basics of assistive technology on their smartphones and computers.

In collaboration with our CNIB Foundation team, volunteers will have the opportunity to teach basic assistive technology skills in one-on-one or group settings to seniors who are blind or partially sighted. This volunteer role will offer flexible volunteer hours and dates, but will require a minimum average of 5 volunteer hours per month.

If you have basic technology skills and enjoy teaching and working with seniors, we encourage you to apply and learn more about this exciting volunteer opportunity in Prince George. Thank you for your interest in supporting the CNIB Foundation and changing what it means to be blind today!

For more information or to apply contact Rebekah McCallum, Volunteer Coordinator at 250 763-1191 or email

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