During the fall 2022 semester, the Glendon Experiential Education office is excited to offer an array of work placement opportunities for the course GL/SOSC 4210 3.00 (120 work hours) and GL/SOSC 4210 6.00 (240 work hours). These work placements are open to all Glendon students, with the potential to gain course credit towards your program requirements, general education requirements or electives.

Step 1: Consult the placement offerings to determine your preferred placements

Step 2: Send an email to ee@glendon.yorku.ca to indicate your interest

Step 3: Work with the EE office to prepare an application

Step 4: Apply to and secure a placement

Placement Offerings | Offres de placement

Nom du programme : La Maison des Arts et Loisirs Programme après l’école
Nombre d’étudiant.es : 1 etudiant.e par jour, possibilité d’avoir des élèves différents chaque
jour
Jour de la semaine : Lundi, mardi, mercredi, jeudi
Dates et heures de placement : A partir du 6 septembre 2022 – de 14h à 18h.

Description du programme : L’Alliance Française accueille une vingtaine d’ enfants tous les jours de 15h à 18h pour un programme après l’école. Pendant la première partie du programme, les enfants prennent un goûter, font leurs devoirs, jouent, lisent. Puis dans la deuxième partie, des professionnels ou membres de l’équipe organisent des activités pour les enfants en français, musique, théâtre, art, jeux de société, sport…

Activités et tâches :

  • Participer au programme avec vos talents et votre créativité ; engagez-vous auprès des
    enfants durant la phase d’accueil et d’installation du programme.
  • Faire preuve d’initiative et animer une activité avec les enfants
  • Apporter une aide logistique à l’enseignant coordinateur
  • Possibilité de créer vos propres projets ou activités avec les enfants en fonction de vos
    intérêts.

Attentes et responsabilités :

  • Assister et livrer le programme en français (doit être francophone ou bilingue en
    français).
  • Collaborer et réfléchir à des idées créatives pour les activités et les projets.
  • Assurer la sécurité des enfants tout en proposant des activités intéressantes.
  • Une expérience de travail avec des enfants est un atout.
  • Volonté de prendre des initiatives : nous sommes heureux de laisser des responsabilités et des tâches créatives à nos stagiaires.

Titre : Assistant.e à la recherche

Mandat du stagiaire ainsi que ses responsabilités : Sous la responsabilité de l’attachée aux affaires publiques et aux communications, la personne effectuera des recherches dans diverses sources d’archives afin de trouver des éléments qui relatent l’histoire du Bureau du Québec à Toronto, qui célébrera ses 50 ans en 2023.  La personne sélectionnée préparera des compte-rendus des documents trouvés et créera un système de classement pour un accès simplifié pour le personnel du Bureau.

Acquisition de nouvelles connaissances et compétences indispensables au domaine professionnel du stagiaire : Expérience concrète de recherches dans les archives et utilisation des archives gouvernementales de l’Ontario et du Québec.

Diplôme souhaité :  Études universitaires en histoire, sciences politiques, communications ou domaine connexe.

Compétences requises et qualités recherchées :

  • Avoir d’excellentes aptitudes rédactionnelles, d’analyse et de synthèse
  • Être autonome et avoir le sens des responsabilités
  • Intérêt pour l’histoire et la politique du Québec et du Canada
  • Doit bien comprendre et parler l’anglais et le français

Consultez le site web : https://www.sqrc.gouv.qc.ca/representation-quebec-canada/toronto/index.asp

About the CFC:

The Canadian Film Centre (CFC) is a charitable, cultural organization that drives the future of Canadian storytelling. Our intensive, hands-on programs in film, television and entertainment technologies empower, shape and advance opportunities for Canadian creators and entrepreneurs working in screen-based industries. Learn more: https://cfccreates.com/.

Development Intern

Reporting to the Executive Lead, Creative Impact, Revenue, and in collaboration with other team members, including the Executive Director’s Office, the Development Intern, will support fundraising activities and strategic initiatives across the organization, including but not limited to, prospect research, donor/partner relations, campaigns, and special projects.

Responsibilities:

  • Support the development and implementation of fundraising activities and campaigns
  • Supports identification and qualification of prospects and partners to support CFC programs and initiatives
  • Assists with external relations and stewardship – including reporting, communications and engagement
  • Performs research to discover leads, market trends and partnership opportunities
  • Ensures timely acknowledgement of contributions and tracking revenue, working with Senior Development Officer(s)
  • Updates Salesforce database to accurately capture donor information and assist with gift processing
  • Prepares regular reports for the Executive Director, Executive Lead and other senior staff as required
  • Supports special projects and strategic initiatives as required
  • Performs general administrative duties, including organization, best-practices, filing and data entry
  • Perform other related duties as required or assigned to support the overall department goals

Required Skills and Experience:

  • Interest in, and fundraising, marketing and/or external relations as a career choice preferred
  • Customer service oriented
  • Excellent attention to detail
  • Strong organizational skills
  • Deadline driven
  • Excellent communication skills (written and verbal)
  • Strong research, problem solving, and brainstorming skills
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint), experience with databases (Salesforce) and social media platforms
  • Ability to work as part of a team and independently

      About the CFC:

      The Canadian Film Centre (CFC) is a charitable, cultural organization that drives the future of Canadian storytelling. Our intensive, hands-on programs in film, television and entertainment technologies empower, shape and advance opportunities for Canadian creators and entrepreneurs working in screen-based industries. Learn more: https://cfccreates.com/.

      Marketing & Communications Intern

      Summary:

      Under the direction of the Director, Marketing & Communications, and working collaboratively with members of the department, the Marketing & Communications Intern will be responsible for supporting a variety of CFC’s marketing and communications efforts, including media relations, social / digital marketing, strategic initiatives and campaigns.

      Responsibilities:

      Media Relations

      • Assist with writing press releases, building press coverage reports and clippings
      • Assist with updating, maintaining and building press lists
      • Assist with writing and copyediting stories for the news section of CFC’s website
      • Assist with communications support for CFC programs and events as required
      • Assist with internal communications as necessary

      Social / Digital Marketing

      • Assist in developing and writing social media content (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn)
      • Assist in maintaining and building social calendar
      • Assist with building social media campaigns
      • Assist with gathering social media stats and building reports
      • Assist with photography for social media as required

      Strategic Initiatives

      • Support the development and implementation of department activities and campaigns
      • Assist in developing and designing marketing collateral including program/initiative proposals, reports, sales tools, etc.
      • Assist with writing marketing collateral, including evites, proposals, certificates, etc.
      • Support the maintenance of a revamped cfccreates.com; help update the website as necessary and build website assets

      Required Skills and Experience:

      • Experience and interest in and fundraising, marketing and/or external relations as a career choice preferred
      • Excellent communications, writing and editing skills are required
      • Self-motivated, strong organizational skills, detail-oriented, ability to prioritize, multitask and meet deadlines
      • Understanding of Content Management Systems, SEO, basic HTML
      • Experience in graphic design; proficiency in Adobe Creative Suite considered an asset
      • Experience assisting with corporate social media accounts considered an asset
      • Experience using Meltwater, Sprout Social and Salesforce considered an asset
      • Previous internship or related experience in marketing or communications considered an asset

      Academic Support Tutor

      Oxford Learning Centre in Leaside offers supplemental educational programs to students in JK to Grade 12 in English and/or French. Our language programs work on building reading strategies, writing and editing, and phonological awareness.  Additionally we offer remedial and enriched math programs to build confidence and mastery. Students work on individualized programs based on initial assessments to determine program goals and learning objectives. Our tutors play an important role in helping students develop academic skills, but also focus on utilizing strategies to overcome skill gaps and learning challenges.

      Candidates must possess a strong French and/or English background, a positive attitude, and a love of learning.

      Salary: $18.00/hour

      Learn more: https://www.oxfordlearning.com/locations/toronto-leaside-tutoring/.

      Position Title: French Language Research Assistant, 10 hours per week (min 240 hrs/total)

      Duration: September 1, 2022 – to April 30, 2023 (with possibility of extension)

      Introduction: PATHS to Envision YU (P2EYU) project, supported by York’s Academic Innovation Fund. It’s goal is to develop a toolbox of curricular resources to support student transition throughout Year 1 to Year 4 by equipping students with skills, abilities, and experiences to succeed during and after university as well as enabling them to realize the value and relevancy of their courses to themselves and the wider community.

      Position Summary:

      • The P2EYU project is seeking a bilingual Research Assistant to support development of French language student transition programming, engagement with student and faculty stakeholders, and the collection of program development and program evaluation data.
      • With support from educational developers, the incumbent will use written and recorded materials already translated into French to design and create engaging and effective reusable learning objects and teaching artifacts that support students in developing graduate attributes
      • These artifacts will be utilized by York University faculty members and widely shared with the broader community as open educational resources (OER).
      • The incumbent will learn about and ensure compliance with Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) standards and copyright in the development of learning materials.
      • The incumbent will receive public acknowledgment on the project website and in the pressbook on eCampus Ontario website..

      Qualifications:

      • The candidate must have excellent French language written and oral communication skills, with sensitivity to less formal registers that would resonate with students.
      • Currently completing an undergraduate or graduate university degree at Glendon College.
      • Previous education or experience in the areas of student transition, student success, and/or learning skill development is preferred but not required.
      • Knowledge of learning theory methodologies and Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is an asset, but not required.
      • The candidate must have evidence of strong organizational skills, time management, interpersonal skills, and ability to work independently with strong self-directed learning skills.
      • Experience using eClass, Canva, and Adobe Creative Suite for video and audio editing is an asset, but training support and resources will be provided where needed.
      • Experience in website development (WordPress platform) is an asset.

       

      Remuneration: $20.00/ hour

      Location of work: Remote, with the possibility of attending on-campus meetings.
      Must have access to own computer and internet service.