KWIC SDG Education Facilitator

Kawartha World Issues Centre

  Posted: April 27, 2022

  Location: Peterborough, ON

  Internship Program: ImpAct

  Salary Range: $0 - $10,000

  Hours per Week: 35

  Start Date: August 14, 2023

  End Date: November 24, 2023

Job Description

The KWIC SDG Education Facilitator will work closely with the KWIC team to increase student and community awareness and engagement in KWIC programs with a focus on SDGs. This will include developing and delivering programming on gender equality, climate action, quality education and the intersections and overlaps of these issues.

Duties and Responsibilities

- support increasing local awareness and knowledge of SDGs, building up on KWIC's current projects: Amplifying Gender Equality (SDG 5) in Nogojiwanong | Peterborough, and Youth Climate Justice: The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in Action; and past projects: SDG Community Forums (2019 & 2021), the Advancing the 2030 Agenda in Nogojiwanong | Peterborough project (March 2020-2021) in partnership with GreenUP, and the Advancing Gender Equality in Nogojiwanong | Peterborough Project (2021-2022).
- research and develop workshops or programming on localizing the SDGs to Nogojiwanong/Peterborough, specifically the local context of Gender Equality, Climate Action, Quality Education and the intersections of these issues
- deliver workshop programming to youth on Gender Equality and Climate Action
- deliver workshop programming to community members on Gender Equality

Knowledge and Skills

● Experience in leading and facilitating outreach and/or programming activities
● Expereince in developing workshops for youth (12-18) and/or adult audiences (18+)
● Knowledge of the UN Sustainable Development Goals
● A collaborative working style and enthusiasm for building partnerships;
● Strong leadership and interpersonal skills
● Excellent time management skills
● Demonstrated knowledge and commitment to social and environmental justice;
● Genuine interest and ability to work respectfully, reflectively, and collaboratively with a diverse team of staff and volunteers

Education Required

Post-Secondary Education

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