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Summer Student Position Available – Summer School Co-ordinator

This position will begin July 2nd for 8 weeks.  It will be for 4 days per week for 5 weeks and 5 days per week during the 3 weeks of Summer school August 6th to August 23rd.  The pay is $15.00 per hour with deductions taken.

The student must be 29 or younger and returning to post-secondary studies in September 2019. Preference will be given to those in the field of study in the disability service worker/social work programs or education studies.

The duties may include assistance with the development of curriculum and resources for summer school; coordinate volunteers and their duties; assist with the purchase of resources and program delivery at summer school; preparation of student contact information; compilation of relevant documents for each student; assist with office duties as required; participate in meetings for summer school.

Requires competent computer skills, first aid/cpr and the availability of a vehicle.

Experience with children with special needs in a not for profit charity environment.

Please submit a resume to no later than June 10th, 2019.


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Who We Are

The Down Syndrome Association of Peterborough is a non-profit charitable organization that supports families and persons with Down syndrome.

Our mission is to support and enrich the lives of individuals with Down syndrome so that they will reach their fullest potential.

Our objectives are to assure parents that there are families in similar circumstances who can provide support, to promote awareness for people with Down syndrome on the part of educators, medical professionals and the community, to provide encouragement and support for people with Down syndrome so they will participate in all aspects of community life, and to advocate for acceptance and opportunities for persons with Down syndrome in the community.

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