Volunteer Fair 2011Katimavik
Katimavik promotes civic engagement and fosters sustainable communities through challenging national youth service programs. Since 1977, Katimavik has enabled more than 30,000 Canadians to be involved in more than 2,000 communities throughout Canada. Volunteers between the ages of 17 and 21 live with 10 other youth from across the country in one or two communities. They commit to volunteering in the context of a six-month program where they provide work 28 to 35 hours a week for a variety of not-for-profit organizations. Youth also benefit from Katimavik's structured learning program that focuses on the development of lifelong personal, professional and social competencies in the areas of civic engagement, healthy lifestyle, cultural discovery, official languages, communication, environmental stewardship and project coordination. For further information please visit www.katimavik.org or visit our blog at www.gokatimavik.com.
Recruiting for: Various positions in our program
Number of Positions: Several
Where positions are posted: www.katimavik.org
Application Method: Online at www.gokatimavik.comHow to Prepare: Visit our website. Come with any questions about the program or application process.