Green Wood Coalition is seeking two full-time students to fill the position of:
Community Programs Assistant
The person offered this position will work closely with Green Wood Coalition’s outreach staff in providing support to individuals in the community. The Community Programs Assistant will research and identify resources that may be needed, including services, healthcare, housing and other essentials.
This position would be a fit for someone with good communication skills who is comfortable with meeting new people, can work independently or with a team, and can adapt to a variety of situations.
Students working in the fields of health care, social work, and community development would gain valuable experience and insight from the opportunity to work with Green Wood Coalition. Our day-to-day work involves all of these disciplines, approached as relational practice at street level.
Application should be made to:
firstname.lastname@example.org by 5 pm, Monday, May 8.
These summer employment positions are funded by Canada Summer Jobs.
Graeme Lawson grew up in Port Hope, graduated from Trinity College School, became an artist and returned home. The life he's lived between those lines is the subject of a new, and very powerful, short film by Rob Quartly. It will premier at Imaginate: We All Have a Story on Thursday evening. For Port Hope residents, especially, this is not to be missed.