Established in May 2019, CNIW is a non-profit organization supported by a professional team, including science writers, university professors, clinicians, and health educators from universities, and research institutions across North America and China. CNIW’s mandate is promote immigrants’ well-being through research, knowledge dissemination, community service, and mentorship, particularly for immigrants from China and other Asian countries.
LEGAC is a non-profit organization with mandate of 1) promoting each family’s social awareness of the value of individuals, leading them to care for each other and pursue the goal of personal education and happiness; 2) leading young people to the experience of life, to interact through various charitable activities, and ultimately to the contribution to our world; and 3) promoting of harmony and social progress in human coexistence.
Education Consultant – Start Date: July 4, 2023 (35 hours per week, total of 8 weeks)
Camp Counselor – Start Date：June 26, 2023 (35 hours per week, total of 8 weeks)
CNIW has been offering senior high school and first year university students’ opportunities with research-based summer camp to learn research methods, participate in research projects, and hands-on with research data collection, data cleaning up and basic analytics. This is a support position that requires a strong ability to work in a group setting. The ideal candidate is a bright problem-solver with a positive attitude and thrives in a collaborative, fast-paced work environment. Some background in health care research, statistical analysis, academic writing, or non-profit experience is an asset. The Education Consultant/Camp Counselor will report to Project Coordinator.
These two types of positions will work as teacher assistant to:
- Support and reinforce lessons by providing supplemental one-on-one or group instruction with lesson reviews for camp students.
- Track student learning progress and take practical steps to ensure academic progress meets the goals.
- Provide ancillary supervision to students during the class reaching, research project, leadership training, and public seminar activities.
- Work closely with professors to identify student issues and develop appropriate strategies for solving them effectively.
Skills & Qualifications:
- Excellent communication skills and knowledge of health care researching
- Bilingual in Mandarin and English is an asset
- Good computer skills
- Able to work independently with minimal supervision as well as part of a team
- Positive attitude and excellent attendance record
- Some experience in administrative assistance, event planning, or non-profits is an asset
- Excellent copywriting or content writing skill is an asset
- Must be out-going
Students must be:
- at least 15 years of age at the start of employment.
- a Canadian Citizen, permanent resident, or person on whom refugee protection has been conferred under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act* and.
- Legally entitled to work according to the relevant provincial / territorial legislation and regulations.
Please forward your resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org by May 31, 2023.
We thank all candidate for their interests. However, only those selected for interviews will be contacted.
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