Work with us to grow community connections, support and opportunities for newcomers and immigrants in Whistler
July 2020: We’re looking for someone who can help build awareness of the Whistler Multicultural Society, provide an essential link to the support and information provided by the Whistler Welcome Centre, grow key partnerships with other local service providers to create community supports and connections for newcomers and immigrants living and working in Whistler.
For full details see the Multicultural & Outreach Programs Manager job description. Apply with resume, cover letter and details of 3 references to email@example.com by 5pm on Tuesday August 4, 2020.
Build confidence, competence, connections, and community through volunteering.
Volunteering is a way to get connected to the people and places where you live and can really help you get settled into your new life. As a newcomer to Canada, volunteering can provide you with the opportunity to help others and it can also help you find a job in Canada.
At the Welcome Centres, our volunteer program gives you a number of different opportunities to get involved, depending on your interests, skills and time available. Whatever you do with us, you’ll…
Tutor an adult learner in listening, speaking, reading, writing, and comprehension of the English Language. Share cultural experiences and help the learner connect to the broader community. [More detail… ESL tutor job description]
Support qualifying Canadians, newcomers and immigrants to complete simple income tax and benefit returns using computer software at tax clinics. [More detail… Income Tax Preparer job description]
Assist Settlement Worker and other service provider representatives by managing clients and registration, and providing a first line of information to clients at the weekly service provider drop-in session. [More detail… Settlement Resource Assistant job description]
Support the Whistler Welcome Centre and its staff by advising on what services and programs are required by immigrants and newcomers in Whistler. Support the Whistler Multicultural Festival planning, budgeting and delivery processes. [More detail… Immigrant Advisory Board member job description]
Support your peers, your social, family and work connections, with information and referrals that help them cope with adjusting and adapting to life in Canada and Whistler. [More detail… Immigrant Peer Educator job description]
Work with the Multicultural Outreach Worker to run monthly Multicultural Community Kitchens. Help prepare, manage and record each event, encourage participants connect to each other, and ensure cultural sharing is enjoyable. [More detail… Multicultural Community Kitchens Assistant job description]
Friday Multicultural Meet Up facilitator works in close collaboration with the Welcome Centre Outreach Worker on developing the program schedule, exploring new ideas on an ongoing basis, and creating a friendly environment where immigrants and newcomers can connect with each other while having a coffee/tea and encourage participation in the weekly activity. [More detail… Welcome Centre Drop In Assistant job description]
Work with Welcome Centre staff to build immigrant understanding of the value of volunteering in Canada, promote Welcome Centre volunteer opportunities, recruit and support volunteers, and coordinate volunteer tracking for recognition and references. [More detail… Welcome Centre Volunteer Coordinator job description]
Contact our Settlement Worker
or drop in to the Welcome Centre at the Whistler Public Library
Monday 3 – 6 p.m and Friday 9:30 a.m. – 12 p.m.
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