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Affordable (Furnished) Office Space Available! Queen West!

Affordable (Furnished) Office Space Available!

Join the Movement!! Take up residence at the Manifesto Community Projects
Space at 358 Dufferin St. at Queen (Queen West) and work amongst some of the city’s most
innovative youth artists, entrepreneurs, community developers and documentarians.

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His Royal Highness, The Prince of Wales joins CYBF in Celebrating Entrepreneurship

The Canadian Youth Business Foundation (CYBF), the 'go to' place for youth entrepreneurship in Canada and the Official Host of Global Entrepreneurship Week Canada 2009, is pleased to announce it will be hosting His Royal Highness, The Prince of Wales at an entrepreneurial showcase in Vancouver on Saturday, November 7th.

HRH The Prince of Wales will meet more than 20 young dynamic and innovative CYBF entrepreneurs, who have travelled from all across Canada to meet His Royal Highness along with mentors, community partners and leading supporters.

Development Coordinator

Employer: 
Educational Attainment West (EAW)
Start date: 
Mon, 12/07/2009 (All day)
Pay Type: 
per annum
Position type: 
Contract - full-time
Application deadline: 
Thursday, November 05, 2009
Contact name: 
Educational Attainment West Hiring Committee

Educational Attainment West (EAW)

Development Coordinator

Term: 1 year Contract covering the Development Phase of the project, with the possibility of extension
Location: Toronto
Start date: December 7, 2009

Non-profit Paralysis

Source: 
Seth Godin's Blog
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Managing Conflict for Not-for-Profit Managers

Date(s): 
Tue, 11/10/2009 - 18:30
Contact name: 
Moheen Lombard - Scarborough Conflict Resolution Coordinator

SCARBOROUGH CONFLICT RESOLUTION SERVICE

Presents:

 

Managing Conflict for Not-for-Profit Managers

 

Management workshop

Limited enrollment

 

This program is designed for Directors and Managers in the Not-for-Profit Sector

 

This three part workshop will enhance the ability of leaders to manage conflict within their organizations.  Over three sessions, you will be provided with an understanding of the sources of conflict and strategies for ensuring that conflict is productive rather than destructive.

 

Sponsor the Canadian Community for Dialogue and Deliberation Conference!

To assist in raising sufficient funds to put on the four-day conference, we are looking for financial support from a variety of sources, including business, not-for-profits and governmental agencies and departments. Funding options are included in the attached "sponsorship" package. A further suggested application of funds is to host one of the many sessions of the conference program. The cost of hosting concurrent sessions is $5K.

Diversity in Action Manual Now Available from Regional Diversity Roundtable

Diversity in Action… Building Blocks of a Successful Diversity and Equity Program.

Based on workshops organized by the Regional Diversity Roundtable, this Train-the-Trainer Resource is an excellent primer for anyone interested in learning how to create lasting change within their organization.

This manual walks you through different components of developing a diversity and equity program. Some building blocks which are discussed include:

POST SECONDARY STUDENTS AND YOUNG PROFESSIONALS NEEDED

Employer: 
Youth Assisting Youth
Start date: 
Wed, 09/02/2009 (All day)
Position type: 
Volunteer
Application deadline: 
Wednesday, September 02, 2009
Contact name: 
Chukwuma Okonkwo

We need volunteers - especially guys 16 - 29 years old - to mentor newcomer and at risk youth. You'll both benefit. We train you, and you can do it on your own schedule. Call 416 932 1919 or visit www.yay.org Youth Assisting Youth is accepting applications for our Volunteer Program.

Youth Assisting Youth

Youth Assisting Youth– The Youth Mentoring People, (YAY) is a non-profit charitable organization servicing GTA & York Region that provides a peer mentoring service to improve life prospects for at risk and newcomer children. YAY matches children, on a 1:1 basis, with trained and dedicated Youth Volunteers who act as positive role models. Since 1976 YAY has helped more than 20,000 young people. Problems for a child at risk may include emotional, behavioural or social and relate to life skills, self-esteem, peer relations and/or family dynamics.

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