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Visit the Charity Village Job site

Is it time for you to get a job at the organizations that “serve” us. The Bulletin has discussed that perhaps we are owed jobs in the institutions that benefit from our consumption.

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You may already use Charity Village to find jobs but they have more resources that can help you in your search. And you can learn how non-profits work through their Knowledge Centre.

Find a job: search by location, time (full, part…), type (search industries), title and more

Post a job: hire a survivor

Volunteers: find (volunteers for) an advocacy project, get work experience

Knowledge Centre

The CharityVillage Knowledge Centre is where you can find free resources to help guide your career in the nonprofit sector along with industry news and information about CharityVillage.

Active Learning – Webinars

Psychological Health and Safety at Work: Growing from the ground up

Topic: Psychological Health and Safety at Work: Growing from the ground up

Date: Thursday, September 19 at 1pm ET / 10am PT (webinar is one hour in length)

Audience: This webinar will be of interest to nonprofit leaders and professionals who would like to improve the psychological health and safety of their workplace.

Cost: Free – Register Now

Events in February

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Events in January 2020

Happy New Year Folks! DOWNLOAD the GUIDE * * * 2020 January free events guide PDF
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Resources in the Downtown East Side

Here is an updated list of health and shelter resources in the Downtown East Side of Toronto. Resources include shelters,…
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Feedback on accessibility of elections. Go to elections.ca/feedback

October Bulletin – Employment, elections are health#616

1. Work. Disability. Election. Work is hard. Work is harder when you don't fit in and the workplace doesn't accommodate…
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What should we include in the Food Issue?

Food Access, Advocacy, Fun

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