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Youth Program Facilitator – Odyssey Program (HR244)

carya is currently seeking an energetic and enthusiastic individual who has a passion for working with boys in their schools and community.

The Odyssey Program for boys, in Grade 6, is an intensive early intervention strategy to assist those students who may be struggling with limited resources, opportunities, supports, developmental issues or social isolation.  The goal of the program is to assist participants to develop positive social and physical life skills that will; increase their awareness of their own strengths and talents; foster a sense of mastery of their environment and a hope for the future; increase knowledge of their community and its resources; and improve connections with their peers and family while decreasing social isolation and risky behaviour.

The program operates year round and provides activities during critical after school hours as part of the Calgary Afterschool Initiative through weekly psycho-educational and recreational opportunities as well as family and life experience events.

Please see the Odyssey Youth Program Facilitator job posting for more information.

 

 

Youth Program Facilitator (HR243)

We are currently seeking an energetic and enthusiastic individual who has a passion for working with adolescent girls in the school and community.

The Starburst program is an innovative multi-faceted program for junior high girls, engaging them in an ongoing basis over a three year period.  The program includes group psycho-educational programming during school time, after school recreation sessions, family engagement, and group volunteering, mentoring and individual support.  The program operates year round and provides activities on some school breaks and weekends.  The program is supported through the collaborative effort of many community services.

The primary focus of this position will be fostering the resiliency and the confidence of adolescent girls; supporting the development of positive self-concept, self-esteem, and leadership skills; healthy peer and family relationships; school engagement, community connections and a sense of belonging.  This will involve working as a member of a team in partnership with school staff, service providers and agency partner.

Please see the Youth Program Facilitator job posting for more information.