Work with The House for 8 weeks!
Summer Position – Social Programs Coordinator (2 positions available)
Do you care about Jewish life and values? Do you want to make a difference for your community? Are you looking to work with a creative and thoughtful team while developing your skills and marketability? Then look no further! The House may be the place for you!
For more than 18 years, The House has been a pillar of the community, focused on Jewish values to bring context to young adult’s greatest challenges and aspirations. Whether in-person or online, The House’s programs are fun and foster meaningful connections between young adults, and their community.
The House has a rich history offering Summer Interns exciting opportunities to run their own projects. Many of our former interns are still employed part-time or volunteering on committees for exciting projects. If you would like to be part of The House team, please send your resume and a cover paragraph in an email telling us why you’d like to join our team. Send it to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject: Summer Job Application.
Please note, the deadline to submit an application is June 11. Jobs will be filled on a rolling basis. All applications will be reviewed, however, only candidates fitting the profile will be contacted for an interview. Thank you.
Job Title: Social Programs Intern
Hourly Wage Rate: $17.00
Number of Weeks: 8
Number of Hours per Week: 35.00
Anticipated Start Date: ASAP
Tasks and Responsibilities:
The Social Programs Intern (SPI) will be responsible for creating In Real-Life and real-time online events. The SPI will primarily work on producing weekly social and educational content to help network young adults, especially during this time of social isolation. Programs will take place online, and when permissible, in-person, and will bring experts to groups of young adults to conduct workshops on topics of mental health, wellness, career planning and social activities. All programs will integrate components of one-on-one networking with an effort to include newcomers to Toronto, as well as visible minorities.
- Managing project timelines
- Developing and managing an event budget
- Delegating and managing team members and volunteers
- Securing logistics details including rentals, a/v, food, guest speakers, etc.
- Managing guest lists and participant inquiries
- Working with a database to track participants
- Implementing a post-event survey
- Measuring key performance indicators and evaluating the program effectiveness against the organizational and project goals
- Executing a follow-up plan with key volunteers and program attendees
- Using videoconferencing and meeting platforms to conduct pre-event and event meetings