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Peer Shelter Support Worker Training – PARC, Working for Change

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PEER SHELTER SUPPORT WORKER TRAINING

Have you experienced homelessness and poverty? Would you like to work as a Peer Support Worker?

This Peer Support Program may be an opportunity for you!

It includes 12 weeks of intensive training, 4 weeks of shelter placements and the possibility of full-time work

 

Training will begin in October and be held on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. You will receive a hearty lunch and an honorarium each day.

 

We are looking for candidates who have experience working with marginalized communities and who have the following qualifications:

strong communication skills, recovery-focused approach, ability to work in a team, time management skills, adaptability/flexibility, problem-solving, accountability/dependability, strong ethics and commitment to social justice.

To receive an application or for further information, please contact:

Dawnmarie Harriott

dawnmarie@workingforchange.ca

12 – 14 spots available!

 

DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: September 6th, 2019

 

Information Sessions:

 

August 16th at 10:30am at 1499 Queen Street West #203

August 19th at 6:00pm at 1499 Queen Street West #203

 

Attendance at one of these sessions is encouraged, but not mandatory. Tokens will be provided.

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