We are currently looking for a smart, entrepreneurial, tech-savvy individual with overwhelming initiative to help us lead Girls & Kids Learning Code programs in Vancouver. This is a part-time volunteer position. Our Chapter Leads earn a stipend of program revenue.
Empower Canadian youth to learn beginner-friendly technical skills, build your network of technical and tech-savvy people in your city, gain experience planning large and small workshops and events, and earn a bit of money supporting a charitable cause!
If you’re interested in joining the Canada Learning Code team as a Youth Chapter Lead, please get in touch with us via the application below.
About Canada Learning Code
At Canada Learning Code, we believe that digital skills are tools of empowerment. Our goal is to ensure that all Canadians – particularly women, girls, people with disabilities, Indigenous youth and newcomers – who have been historically underrepresented in the sector are given equal opportunity to build our future. We are champions for coding education in Canada, driving results through program design and delivery, strategic industry and public partnerships, educator training, research, advocacy and awareness. We aim to empower Canadians in every province and territory to develop computational thinking abilities, through code and other digital skills, equipping them to become creators – not just consumers – of technology. We believe that diversity is Canada’s strength and everyone should be given equal opportunity to learn critical 21st century skills. Our goal is to level the educational playing field to drive innovation.
Would you like to:
If you answered yes to the above questions, you may be who we’re looking for!
What We’ll Take Care of For You:
Running workshops is a lot of work – that’s something we’ve learned over the past year. In order to help you make your city’s Canada Learning Code Chapter a success, we’ll be supporting our Chapter Leads in several important ways. We take care of:
What We Expect from Canada Learning Code Chapter Leads:
Accountability It is important that you work well with your local community to make sure all invested parties – from instructors to sponsors to attendees – have a great experience with Canada Learning Code education experiences. As a Canada Learning Code Chapter Coordinator, you are responsible for the success of each event. Canada Learning Code will collect data from attendees, instructors, mentors and other stakeholders after each event you facilitate, and will periodically review your performance.
Communicating the Canada Learning Code Message As a Canada Learning Code Chapter Lead, it is incredibly important that you understand and communicate the organization and program messages and value proposition at each event you facilitate.
Representing Canada Learning Code to the Local Community As a Canada Learning Code Chapter Lead, you are a public face of Canada Learning Code in your city. You will need to understand how to work with and what to expect from the local media.
Ensuring Quality Event Executionion Day-of Event execution is the responsibility of the Canada Learning Code Experience Coordinator. This includes everything from greeting and directing participants and mentors, communicating with caterers and venue partners, setting up AV equipment, etc. The Chapter Leads will ensure events are coordinated and executed properly.
Managing the Event’s Tone One of the most important responsibilities of a Canada Learning Code Chapter Lead is maintaining the tone of the event. Creating a vibrant & positive atmosphere where individuals can learn new tech-related skills in a beginner-friendly, social and collaborative way is really the magic that makes Canada Learning Code programs successful.
In addition to that, we’re looking for individuals who are:
To apply, please complete this application form. If you have any questions, please get in touch with our Chief Growth Officer, Laura Plant Hasanbegovic (laura.plant[at]canadalearningcode[dot]ca).