In the summer of 2014 the UBC First Nations House of Learning, in conjunction with other units, produced a five-year Aboriginal Strategic Plan Implementation Report for the Vancouver campus addressing the period through the end of June 2014. This report was reviewed by the Aboriginal Strategic Plan Implementation Committee before public release. Below is the text of the body of this report, not including the appendices. Please note that much additional information, including statistics on enrolment, retention, and graduation, and more specific information on faculty and unit initiatives, is included in the appendices. Access article & printable copy of full report.
Day: November 15, 2014
compensation: compensation based on experience and number of workshops facilitated
contract job part-time
Saleema Noon Sexual Health Educators, renowned provider of educational programs throughout the Lower Mainland and BC, is looking for a dynamic, energetic, and engaging male educator to teach iGuy, an empowerment program for boys aged 9-12. The successful candidate for this opportunity MUST:
o Have experience teaching preteens and teens.
o Have a flexible schedule to allow for training on various days of week initially and be available to teach during school day on Tuesdays and Wednesdays once training is completed (number of hours varies during school year).
o Have own transportation by car.
o Enjoy working with a collaborative team of educators but also independently on a day-to-day basis.
o Be punctual, prepared, organized and reliable.
o Be committed to building positive relationships with schools and community contacts.
o Represent Saleema Noon Sexual Health Educators in a way that reflects the high quality of our programs and the professionalism that our clients have come to expect.