TCLI Foundation is a Black-led registered non-profit organization in Alberta, Canada, focused on supporting social and economic growth in marginalized communities through education and social interventions. We provide solutions to mitigate against existing community gaps by providing educational and social programs. Our goal is to empower the marginalized in our community, give voice to the voiceless, and hope to the despondent. We believe with dedication, diligence, and determination we hope to empower everyone in health, finance and education.
Two-month summer camp with three virtual half-day sessions weekly, and four outdoor programs for kids 5 years old to 15 years old.
What You’ll be Doing
TCLI Foundation Summer Camp is a two-month Summer camp with three virtual half-day sessions weekly and four Outdoor programs for kids 5 years old to 15 years. These sessions will engage, educate and entertain children. Our sessions will cover academic activities (such as literacy and financial literacy) , cultural diversity, visual field trips, recreation and sports, leadership skills and much more.
Primary Responsibilities and Tasks:
- Participate in achieving program goals and objectives
- Assist in creating weekly schedule
- Ensure participants have a safe and enjoyable experience
- Provide support to team and participant during programs and activities
- Provide ideas, suggestions and feedback, that can be incorporated into syllabus, activities and overall program structure
Whether you meet these requirements or not, we encourage you to share your interest in us. You may still be a fit for a different opportunity with our organization.
- First AID CPR (an asset but not a requirement, will be a requirement for outdoor program)
- Provision of police report (Organization can provide volunteer letter for discounted fees)
- Compliance with organization’s code of conduct
- Willingness to learn and take initiative
- Be flexible, diligent, patient and supportive
- Reliable and dependable
- Log in volunteer hours required for certificate at end of program
- Read, sign and comply with volunteer manual and organization’s policies.
- Request for clarification is welcomed.
Weekday: 9am-12pm MDT
Weekend (Outdoor program): TBD as a team
- Opportunity to give back to the community
- Develop leadership, interpersonal and organizational skills
- Learn and develop new skills that may be transferred to future employment opportunities
- Access to organization’s Abobe suite
- Participation in equity, diversity and inclusion initiative
- Bus tickets to be provided and other orientation resources for program success