Wanted: March Break Day Camp Volunteers
Organization: the p.i.n.e. project
Location: Humber Ravine, Toronto, Ontario
Start Date: March 12-16 2018, 8am – 4pm
Volunteers at p.i.n.e. earn valuable experience in our unique mentoring approach, develop their wilderness skills and proficiency, and gain opportunities to learn new in-depth naturalist skills from our experienced staff. Our staff are a community of mentors and avid learners. If you’re looking to learn new skills and knowledge about nature, education and working with youth, there is no better place!
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Preference will be given to candidates with experience and/or interest in the following areas:
Please note all staff and volunteers must attend training, to be outlined by the volunteer coordinator.
Interested applicants are asked to forward their cover letter and resume by email to Lee Earl, lee(at)pineproject(dot)org. Please use the subject line: Volunteer Application: [Your Name] – [Desired Position]. Be sure to include your availability in your cover letter.
We thank all applicants for their interest, but regret that we are only able to respond to those selected for interviews.
Please note that all volunteers working directly with children will require a Vulnerable Sectors check through their local police station.
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GoodWork ID: 43527 Date posted to GoodWork.ca: Jan 8 2018