Founded in 1899, Frontier College is a national, non-profit literacy organization that partners with a variety of community-based organizations to deliver volunteer-run programs across Canada. We work with children, teens, adults and families to improve their literacy skills and increase their opportunities.
In Montreal, Frontier College offers a wide range of programs that support adults (one-on-one and small group tutoring in GED preparation, Literacy and Basic Skills, French and English language classes and Computer Skills) as well as programs for children and youth (Homework Clubs, Parent Workshops, Reading Circles and book donations). This project aims to reinforce and support the regular activities as well as propose additional programs, workshops and/or special activities in order to meet the literacy needs of the neighborhoods in question. The literacy worker will set up these programs with the guidance and collaboration of the English Programming Community Coordinator.
We are currently seeking a highly motivated, resourceful and creative individual with solid organizational, management and communication skills as well as experience working with children. The candidate must also be at least 18 years old.
This position offers a salary of $20/h.
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