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Project Lead — Youth Leadership Training

Are you a Venturer or Rover who has a passion for training and The Canadian Path? 
 
The National Youth Network is looking for an organized and motivated youth member to lead a team of youth and Scouters in the redevelopment of Scouts Canada’s FAST, FLEX and FOCUS courses. 
 
 
Application deadline is May 15, 2016.
 
 
 

Council Youth Commissioner — Cascadia Council

The National Youth Network is seeking applications for Council Youth Commissioner (CYCs) in Cascadia Council
 
The CYC ensures that the youth of the Council are involved and engaged in every decision that relates to great safe, youth led adventurous programs. The CYC shall be a catalyst for promoting meaningful youth involvement within the Council. 
 
 
Application deadline is April 25, 2016.
 
 
 

Council Youth Commissioners

The National Youth Network is seeking applications for Council Youth Commissioners (CYCs) in the following Councils:
 
  • New Brunswick Council
  • Northern Lights Council
 
The CYC ensures that the youth of the Council are involved and engaged in every decision that relates to great safe, youth led adventurous programs. The CYC shall be a catalyst for promoting meaningful youth involvement within the Council. 
 
 
APPLICATION DEADLINE EXTENDED TO April 26, 2016.
 
 
 

Council Commissioner — Battlefield Council

The Council Commissioner is the leading adult volunteer for Scouting in the Hamilton, Niagara, Brant, Cambridge and South Waterloo areas serving 2,500 youth and 1,000 volunteers.  Working closely with at team of volunteers and employees, the Council Commissioner is responsible for supporting and growing the Scouting movement in Battlefield Council as well as being a vital member of the National Service Team and setting the direction for Scouting in Canada. 
 
 
Application deadline is May 7, 2016.
 
 
 

Council Commissioner — Chinook Council

The Council Commissioner is the leading adult volunteer for Scouting in the Province of Alberta south of Innisfail serving 7,500 youth and 2,600 volunteers.  Working closely with at team of volunteers and employees, the Council Commissioner is responsible for supporting and growing the Scouting movement in Chinook Council as well as being a vital member of the National Service Team and setting the direction for Scouting in Canada. 
 
 
Application deadline is May 7, 2016.
 
 
 

Council Commissioner — Greater Toronto Council

The Council Commissioner is the leading adult volunteer for Scouting in the City of Toronto from Etobicoke to Scarborough serving 3,800 youth and 1600 volunteers.  Working closely with at team of volunteers and employees, the Council Commissioner is responsible for supporting and growing the Scouting movement in Greater Toronto Council as well as being a vital member of the National Service Team and setting the direction for Scouting in Canada. 
 
 
Application deadline is May 7, 2016.
 
 
 

Council Commissioner — Saskatchewan Council

The Council Commissioner is the leading adult volunteer for Scouting in the province of Saskatchewan serving 1,400 youth and 575 volunteers. Working closely with at team of volunteers and employees, the Council Commissioner is responsible for supporting and growing the Scouting movement in Saskatchewan Council as well as being a vital member of the National Service Team and setting the direction for Scouting in Canada. 
 
 
Application deadline is May 7, 2016.
 
 
 

Scouting for All Working Group

Help set a new standard for leadership — Join the Scouting for All Working Group. We’re seeking individuals who want to ensure that Scouts Canada remains a leader in diversity, inclusiveness and personal safety.  
 
The Scouting for All Working Group will develop strategies and resources to help Scouting youth and Volunteers develop the knowledge, sensitivity and skills to sustain a representative Scouting Movement in Canada: embracing diversity, reducing stigma associated with mental illnesses, greater acceptance of LGBTQ Scouts and Scouters, and appreciation of diverse religions and ethnicities are just some of the big issues that the Scouting for All Working Group will address.
 
By sustaining a culture that ensures that Scouting has a place for everyone, our membership will be more confident in their abilities, will be better informed about individual differences and needs. Working together, we will transform our Scouting Mission and safety culture into tangible and effective actions.
 
If you’re passionate about ensuring Scouting for All, send your resume and a cover note to: publicappts@scouts.ca by March 26, 2016. Tell us why you feel you are a good “fit” for the Scouting for All Working Group. Have questions? Don’t hesitate to send those on as well. 
 
 
 
 

Scouts Canada STEM Program Opportunities

We have a number of exciting opportunities to support the Scouts Canada STEM Program. 
 
 
 
 

Scouts Canada encourages applications from all qualified candidates. Scouts Canada has a great record of accommodating persons with disabilities. Contact The Help Center at helpcenter@scouts.ca or 1-888-855-3336 if you need accommodation at any stage of the application process or want more information on our accommodation policies.

Youth Volunteer Opportunities - Scouts Canada has a number of volunteer youth opportunities available across the country. See the complete list.
 
 

Scouts Canada, the country’s leading youth organization, offers challenging programs for boys, girls and youth age 5-26 in thousands of individual groups in most cities and towns across Canada.

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