About the Role
Education Program Coordinator:
May 9 - July 1
$20/hour, 35 hours/week
The Canadian Student Leadership Association is seeking an education program co-ordinator to support the further development and facilitation of a Student Leadership Certification Program (SLCP), the planning of Horizons Leadership Conferences and workshop development for the Canadian Student Leadership Conference.
The successful applicant will be responsible for working with the Program Coordinator and Executive Director to facilitate a multi-level certification program for youth leadership. These programs will be structured around various aspects of youth leadership such as leadership style, event management and planning, logistics and community outreach. The employee will also assist in strategic planning sessions, communication development planning and program evaluations. Responsibilities will include enhancing the facilitation structure for the SLCP and conferences, developing necessary content, researching and collecting content from program partners and educators, developing live, interactive programming including accessibility options, marketing planning, review of participant work, certificate creation and delivery (online), and youth outreach and feedback collection. A development of new facilitation models including multi-day summits and in-person delivery will also be a key task. Additional project work for the youth includes development of a podcast sharing the stories of Canadian youth leaders.
The successful applicant will also provide mentorship to student leaders who are engaged in more direct community impacts projects as part of the capstone assignment of the SLCP, and support youth leader training for conference-type programming.
Who you are...
Between the age of 15-30, this position is funded by the Canada Summer Jobs Grant and this is a requirement set by them
Have an eager interest in Student Leadership
Have Facilitation experience
Ability to develop program content
Ability to connect and work with youth
The Canadian Student Leadership Association is a federally registered charity in Canada. Founded in 1985 to originally support the continuation of our main event, the Canadian Student Leadership Conference (CSLC), CSLA has since grown, and now distributes leadership resources, materials, scholarships, and organizes programs and events for its member schools across the country.
Our vision is to build a strong community of secondary school students across the country who, inspired by their student leadership experiences, are actively engaged in their schools and communities and contributing to the betterment of society.
For more of who we are please visit: www.studentleadership.ca
How to Apply
Please email a cover letter and resume to email@example.com
CSLA is an equal opportunity employer committed to hiring for diversity and inclusivity. We welcome applications from qualified individuals for the position.