Frontiers Foundation brings volunteers from around the world to work in small, isolated, First Nations, communities on a variety of community development projects. Most of these projects are in the areas of education or recreation. On our education projects our volunteers work in the schools as tutors and teaching assistants. The work often involves working with special needs students, students who need one on one attention to improve their grades, and helping to provide expertise in certain areas such as computer instruction, counselling, and physical education.
On our recreation projects our volunteers work with the community leaders to provide extra social and recreational opportunities for at-risk youth in the community. They do so by putting on a supervising a wide range of programmes to give the youth a positive way to spend their time and energy.