Student Placements offered at Right To Play's Canadian National Office:
We're excited to introduce new changes to our placement program. Please note the opportunities available to students or individuals interested in making in-kind contributions:
PLAY Program: In-Field Co-op Placement: OPEN
This individual will report directly to the Program Officer at Right To Play, as well as a designated supervisor within assigned Promoting Life-skills in Aboriginal Youth (PLAY) partner communities or organizations. This individual will support Community Mentors in implementing the PLAY Program in various First Nations communities throughout Ontario.
O.I.S.E. Placement: OPEN
This individual will assist with the Youth To Youth Coordinator and the School and University Partnerships department in delivering presentations, workshops and school-wide events to inner-city schools throughout the Toronto District School Board (TDSB). An organized, adaptable person comfortable with public speaking and youth coaching and/or teaching experience is best suited to this position.