|Director of Fundraising and Donor Relations (volunteer)||Home-based||Senior||Volunteer||
The Director of Fundraising and Donor Relations is a member of the CMETrust Board of Directors. They will provide co-leadership in fundraising and donor relations activities for the board, including developing and managing implementation of fundraising strategies. All Board members play a role in fundraising and this is a shared responsibility across all board positions. However, given the important role that fundraising plays in operations, the Board holds two Director of Fundraising and Donor Relations positions; one role is already filled.
|Director of Post-Secondary Scholarship Program (volunteer)||Mid Level||Volunteer||
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|Bilingual Project Officer // Chargé.e de projet, billingue||Toronto or Montreal||Mid Level||Employment||
The Bilingual Project Officer is responsible for the overall project management of 2 projects, the Volunteer Cooperation Program and the DAMCAM, My Voice, My Health project. The incumbent monitors the adequacy of project planning and implementation with the contractual terms of the donor, Global Affairs Canada. // Le/la chargé.e de projet bilingue est responsable de la gestion globale de 2 projets, le Programme de coopération volontaire et le projet DAMCAM, Ma Voix, Ma Santé.
|Bilingual Sectoral Program Officer – Women’s Economic Empowerment // Chargé.e de programme sectoriel billingue – Autonomisation économique des femmes||Toronto or Montreal||Mid Level||Employment||
The Program Officer works with country staff to support local partner organizations, volunteers, and other stakeholders in developing and implementing effective and responsive women’s rights programming. // Le/la chargé.e de programme travaille avec le personnel local afin de soutenir les organisations partenaires, les volontaires et d’autres intervenants dans l’élaboration et la mise en oeuvre de programmes efficaces et adaptés aux droits des femmes dans les pays concernés.
|Board Director||Anywhere in Canada||Senior||Volunteer||
We are recruiting a committed individual to be part of our national Board. We are seeking a pro-active, inspired young leader who will contribute to the diversity of our organization, who believes in a gender equality-based, de-colonized approach and who demonstrates a commitment to our mission and values and strong governance and oversight. We are committed to anti-racist practices which is reflected in the experiences and composition of our leadership.
|Managing Director||Remote/Work from home||Mid Level||Employment||
The Canada Africa Partnership Network is seeking our next leader. Founded in 2003, the CAP Network facilitates partnerships between Canadian and African communities, providing capacity building and resources to advance locally-driven community development. We are a shared platform Network of eight Canadian Affiliate groups working with more than a dozen Community-Based Organizations across the African continent, the CAP Network’s success is based on relationships and collaboration. Working with the Board of Directors and our senior advisor, who has been working with the Network since 2010, the Managing Director will lead efforts to build capacity, raise funds and increase our collective impact. CAP Network does not have a physical office, so the Managing Director will from home, with flexible working hours, using virtual meeting and collaboration tools. Some evenings and weekend time will be required for the purpose of engaging with volunteers in Canada and Africa. The position will start at 3.5 days per week with potential for growth as the Network continues to expand in membership and revenue. This is an exciting opportunity to support grassroots, community-led development projects, work with diverse communities across the African continent and collaborate with Canadian volunteers to deepen understanding and commitment to global development efforts.
|Education Assistants 2021-2022||Various Communities in the Northwest Territories||Entry Level||Volunteer||
Location: Various communities in the Northwest Territories, Canada
Length of Placement: 10 Months (Aug 2021 – Jun 2022)
Language Requirements: English
Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents of Canada only
The Volunteer’s Role
We’re inviting candidates to apply for volunteer positions with schools in the Northwest Territories for the school year 2021-2022.
As an Education Assistant, you will provide your knowledge as an educator, share your experiences about the world, inspire students to learn and pursue further education, and encourage students to believe they can become who they aspire to be!
You will help facilitate the e-learning program for students in grades 4-12 where you will connect your classroom to a network of other classrooms in various schools in the Northwest Territories also facilitated by other Education Assistants like yourself. You will work directly with assigned teachers (including the host teacher), participate in activities both inside and outside the classroom, and be engaged with the community through intercultural events throughout the school year.
If you are a self-motivated individual with an interest in teaching, learning about indigenous cultures, and being involved with the community, then this is the placement for you!
As a volunteer, you will:
– Assist the students during lessons, under the direct supervision of the headteacher
– Monitor the progress of the students and report back to the classroom teachers
– Accompany and supervise students during activities in the school gym, labs, libraries, resource centers and on field trips
– Support fundraising events at the school and community level
– Help in other capacities (including computer instruction, art, music, sports) depending on your skills, training, and hobbies as well as the needs of the school
– Ability to pass the vulnerable sector police check
– Must be currently located in Canada
– Knowledge of Indigenous Peoples in Canada (experience working with Indigenous Peoples is an asset)
– Strong understanding of working with High School age students
– Display an understanding of different learning styles
– Be culturally sensitive and have an openness to learning about different cultures
– Computer literate and knowledgeable of technology
– Previous volunteer or work experience either in Canada or in other countries
– Excellent organizational, communication and interpersonal skills
What’s in it for YOU? A life-changing experience!
About Cuso International and Participating Schools
Beaufort Delta Education Council
South Slave Divisional Education Council
Terms and Conditions
– Accommodation while in placement
– Airfare to and from placement
– Online predeparture training
– Emergency Medical Insurance
– On the ground support through our Cuso International office
– Access to Employee Assistance Program while in placement and upon return
– Support for accompanying partners/dependents is not available for this placement.