Why websites like these aren’t part of your student welcome package, I have no idea, but I am sharing it now! Serving Communities Internship Program should be on every student’s list for practical experience and employment opportunities!
What is an SCiP internship?
A mutually beneficial opportunity for both nonprofit/voluntary sector organizations and students.
- nonprofit organizations gain valuable human capacity
- post-secondary students add to their résumés, skills, and networks while also receiving a $1000 bursary.
Continue reading “Paid Internships! Awards! Attention Students!! SCiP!”
I hope to attend the annual ATRA symposium this year, I feel it will be an incredible opportunity to connect with other like-minded professionals and to listen to what sounds like some fantastic speakers!
Held in Lethbridge, Alberta on October 19 & 20, 2017, registration is now open! Click here!
Another random find… But one that totally deserves a Shout Out!!
“Lying on the floor pretending to roar like a lion can do wonders for an elderly man’s well-being. That’s not a scientific fact, but it was one of the surprising and memorable moments we observed while making a television program which introduced a group of very young people with residents of a retirement village.
Continue reading “Old People’s Home for 4 Year Olds”
If you work with children in the Edmonton area (or are a parent), this post is for you! A friend of mine shared this amazing resource with me and I thought that it deserved a shout out.
Continue reading “Kids + Edmonton + Things to Do!”
Remember last week when I posted about the Amazing Human who biked folks who lived in continuing care all around in Scotland??… Well, just this afternoon I came across another video (sorry, it is a link to FaceBook) that was identical to the first, the only difference was, it highlighted not only one Amazing Human but several, all banding together to create an international volunteer program! So, I had to share!
Find a link at the bottom of the page to the current Canadian chapters.
Continue reading “Cycling Without Age!”