Katimavik (#32821)

Organisation: 
Katimavik
Wheel chair accessible
Katimavik offers young adults opportunities to gain life skills and work experience while contributing to community development through volunteerism.
IF YOU ARE…between 17 and 25 years old, a permanent resident or citizen of Canada, motivated to learn new skills, ready to meet the challenges of group living and be a team player and prepared to volunteer and make a positive change, apply to the Katimavik National Experience! Https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/katimavik-application-en Katimavik is committed to providing an inclusive, diverse, respectful environment and encourages applications from young adults of all backgrounds, genders, religions, and cultures. | Place of work: Nanaimo, Calgary, Winnipeg, Peterborough, QC, Moncton
Location: 
Rosemont-Petite-Patrie
Language: 
Anglais | Bilingue (F/A) | Français
Causes: 
International cooperation | Young adults
Activities: 
Animating activities |
Advantages: 
Other | Bus tickets | Certificate of recogniton | Training | Reference letter upon request | Gasoline reimbursed | Meal | Parking | Supervision
Autres avantages: 
Food and board
Length of commitment: 
4 days a week for 5,5 intensive months.
Contact: 
Emilie Lamoureux-Sproule, Coordinatrice du recrutement / recrutement@katimavik.org
Place of work: 
Nanaimo, Calgary, Winnipeg, Peterborough, QC, Moncton
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Request number: 
32821

This organization's needs

  • Communities need your help! Are you up for the challenge? Join the Katimavik National Experience! This immersive 5.5-month educational program brings together 11 young adults who share and manage a house in one or two communities in Canada, with the guidance of a Project Leader. | Place of work: Divers endroits au Canada Read more...