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We are hiring! Trip Coordinator (full time, permanent)
Developing World Connections is looking for a highly organized, professional and energetic individual to join its team. Reporting to the Executive Director, the Trip Coordinator will oversee all of the logistics required to mobilize and send volunteer teams to the developing world.
will be accepted until Friday, July 10th,
at 4:30 pm, with an anticipated start date of July 27th. Interested candidates, please email your resume and cover
referencing Trip Coordinator in the subject line. Only short-listed
candidates will be contacted. For a full job profile click here
We are hiring! Communications Coordinator (14 month maternity leave position)
Developing World Connections is looking for a highly organized, professional and energetic individual to join its team. Reporting to the Executive Director, the Communications Coordinator will plan, develop and direct online marketing strategies, advertising/fundraising campaigns, communication strategies and information programs. He/she will develop and maintain all materials that go to public, including the DWC website, newsletters, promotional information and special projects.
You should have a degree or diploma in Marketing, Communications or Journalism, and 2-4 years’ experience in a similar role. You must be able to work under pressure with tight deadlines and in a fast paced environment.
This is a 14-month maternity leave position. Applications will be accepted until Thursday June 18th, at 4:30 pm, with an anticipated start date of July 2nd. Salary will be commensurate with experience.
Interested candidates, please email your resume and cover
referencing Communications Coordinator in the subject line. Only short-listed
candidates will be contacted. For a full job profile click here.
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Climb Mt. Kilimanjaro to support education projects in Africa
A team of adventurous hikers will travel to Tanzania in January 2016 for an eight day trek up to the summit of Mt. Kilimanjaro, the highest mountain in Africa and the tallest freestanding mountain in the world at 19,341 feet from base to summit.
Called the Mt. Kilimanjaro Challenge, this new fundraising initiative aims to raise $100,000 to support education projects in Sierra Leone and other critical community development programs around the world. Some of the funds will go directly towards completing the construction of a primary school in Freetown, Sierra Leone - a project started by our volunteers before the Ebola outbreak hit West Africa. Once complete, over 150 children will have a safe, clean, and secure place to learn in.
We're looking for up to 20 hikers to join us on this adventure of a lifetime, plus corporate sponsorships, so we can reach our fundraising goal. For more information, visit our Mt Kilimanjaro Challenge page.
Help build a safe house in Northern India this fall
Join team leader Marcia Julian from October 3rd to 17th, 2015, as you help build a shelter and safe house for women and children fleeing domestic violence in the foothills of the Himalayas. DWC will be facilitating this all-ages volunteer experience for the Kamloops charity, Shelter for Himalayan Women.
While in India, you and your team will be working with Vimarsh, a non-profit social organization that focuses on child rights and the empowerment of women through education, counselling, outreach programs, and health services. This project will involve constructing walls, roofs, and painting alongside local paid skilled workers who will provide volunteers with onsite training. Whatever the task, you will be helping to provide a safe and caring home so women and children have the opportunity to heal and plan for a healthy future.
Click here for more information about this unique trip.
We're looking for team leaders for 2016 volunteer trips
If you're a past participant
with strong leadership skills, you can apply to become a DWC team leader!
Strictly a volunteer position, a team leader helps recruit team members, works
with the DWC office to organize and prepare the team prior to departure, and
facilitates the trip while in country. A team leader works to ensure all
volunteers can participate in a meaningful way and serves as the liaison
between the group, the host partner, and the community.
In exchange for your time and commitment, your program and flight costs will be covered so you essentially get to travel for free! Visit our Become a Team Leader page for information about the application process. Note: U30 team leaders do not have to be past DWC volunteer participants.
Get started now! Choose your volunteer destination:
Volunteer and work alongside local people and experience making a real and lasting difference. Help build hope and bring a sustainable future to those in the greatest need.
Work on a community development project selected by the host community. What are you waiting for? Meet people. Have fun. Challenge yourself. Experience the difference you make.
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