ENGLISH INFORMATION (LA VERSION FRANÇAISE EST EN DESSOUS) RESULTS Canada CONTACT INFORMATION Tiyahna Ridley
290 Albert St
CA K1P 5G8
6135629240 ext 803 email@example.com www.results-resultats.ca Campus Advocate, Group Leader and Co-Leader1 DESCRIPTION
RESULTS Canada (RC) is a non-profit national grassroots advocacy organization. For more than 30 years, we have worked to create the political will to end global poverty and demonstrate that individuals can make a difference when they employ their political power. A central element of our work is educating citizens and decision-makers about key problems and solutions associated with extreme poverty.
For the upcoming school year we are looking for enthusiastic leaders who want to take on the challenge of being an ambassador for RESULTS. Included below are some of the volunteer roles we are looking to fill. Please take a look to see which seems like the best fit for you.
Group Leader and Co-Leader will:
Take advocacy actions on a RESULTS campaign. (Training provided)
Inspire and lead a group of student volunteers to collectively learn and take actions on solutions to end extreme poverty. (Material and support provided)
Mobilize the group to engage their wider community about issues and solutions to end extreme poverty and about the power of citizens voices.
Support and coordinate the roles of the members in the team, and liaise with the RESULTS National Office and Community.
As a RESULTS Canada advocate, you will have the chance to apply to participate in the group leader retreat and the RESULTS National conference happening. These two events are happening in Ottawa in 2018 and will offer valuable leadership training, networking and advocacy experiences. We will be providing a certain amount of bursaries to attend these events. In addition, there are always opportunities to apply for funding for events such as the annual International Conference in Washington were volunteers use their advocacy skills in a meeting with the World Bank, as an example.
Is this position adequate for youth (13-17)? yes
Minimum age: 16 Maximum age: 0
Language for the opportunity:
IDEAL FOR: Be a post-secondary student with a passion for change !
Leader (Person in charge of volunteer): Michele
Start date: 2017-09-10
End date: 0000-00-00
Commitment: Monthly meetings
Time detail: Flexible
TRAINING PROVIDED: Training such as an intro call, Advocacy 101 and National Campus Briefing will be provided as well as Monthly National Calls and ongoing support.