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          Volunteer

          Help us understand and protect local green spaces!

          Thank you for your interest in volunteering with EcoSpark. To learn available opportunities, please check out our postings below. For questions not relating to the position(s) mentioned below, please email volunteer@ecospark.ca

          Current Opportunities:

          EcoSpark’s Greenbelt Youth Ambassador program is looking for Team Leaders to support our work with youth from across the Greater Golden Horseshoe. Team Leaders will play key roles supporting students as they learn about the issues impacting the Greenbelt and the role they can play to ensure it is protected on an ongoing basis.

          Position: Greenbelt Youth Ambassador Team Leader 

          Position Type: Volunteer

          Program: Greenbelt Youth Ambassadors

           

          About Greenbelt Youth Ambassadors

          EcoSpark's Greenbelt Youth Ambassadors are high school and university students living in the Greater Golden Horseshoe (GGH). They care about the health of the local environment and the impacts humans and human activities can have on it. Youth ambassadors are interested in exploring and learning about the history of the Greenbelt and urban development in the GGH. They want to develop a comprehensive understanding of the relationships between development, agriculture, and the protection of the natural environment around them. Youth Ambassadors are also looking for opportunities to develop and practice the skills needed to become local environmental advocates. They want to understand and participate in the political processes, and they want a voice in determining how to reduce the impacts population growth in GTA will have on future generations.

           

          Position Description

          Greenbelt Youth Ambassador Team Leaders are university students who will work with EcoSpark staff and advisors, to support Youth Ambassadors. They attend training workshops to develop their skills in leadership and mentoring, communications, and event planning and organizing. They take on roles leading groups of fellow Youth Ambassadors, while focusing on specific geographic and/or topic areas.

          Position Responsibilities/Tasks:

          • Provide leadership and direction to Greenbelt Youth Ambassadors and teams
          • Coordinate a region- or issue-based team of Greenbelt Youth Ambassadors
          • Liaison between EcoSpark staff and team members
          • Lead and organize local Greenbelt Youth Ambassador events and activities
          • Attend training sessions, conferences, and events

          Qualifications:

          • Strong interest in community empowerment and well-being, urban planning, the natural environment/environmental science, and protecting biodiversity
          • Experience working with youth, particularly high school students
          • Strong communication skills – verbal and written
          • Strong research skills
          • Proven time management and organizational skills
          • Ability to work independently as well as in a team environment
          • Ability to present in front of audiences, virtually and in-person
          • Experience working/volunteering at a non-profit is an asset
          • Ability to work remotely, with occasional travel to EcoSpark’s office

          Time Commitment

          • 10 to 20 hours/month
          • Attendance and participation in monthly team meetings with Greenbelt Youth Ambassadors team (1 to 2 hrs)
          • Attendance and participation in bi-monthly check-in with EcoSpark staff (1 to 2 hrs)
          • Organizing and leading team activities (4 to 16 hrs)

          Benefits:

          • Engage in issues around land issues and protection of nature
          • Meet new people who share interests associated with the environment
          • Apply your skills to a grassroots, not-for-profit organization
          • EcoSpark reference letter

           

          Application Deadline: End of day Monday, May 11, 2020 

          Duration: This is an ongoing program. EcoSpark is seeking Team Leaders that can commit to volunteering for at least 1 year.

          Location: In and around the GGH Greenbelt

          Compensation: N/A

          Reports to: Greenbelt Youth Ambassador Staff at EcoSpark

           

          Application Process: 

          To apply, please send a cover letter and resume in a single pdf or word document to Sara at sarak@ecospark.ca

          We thank all applicants for their interest. However, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted. No phone calls please.

           

           

           

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