Info Session -- Hire Students to Support Your Non-Profit
Is your non-profit seeking post-secondary students to support your organization?
ACE-WIL BC (Association for Co-operative Education and Work-Integrated Learning BC/Yukon) has launched a new program called Talent 4 Non-Profits to support non-profit organizations to hire students for work-integrated learning opportunities, including co-op terms, practicums, internships, and more. The goal of Talent 4 Non-Profits is to provide resources and support to make recruiting a student easier. Talent 4 Non-Profits is an extension of the existing program Talent MATCH which focuses on connecting students and employers in the museum, arts, tourism, culture, and hospitality sectors.
Join Miranda Maslany, Non-Profit Career Coordinator, with Talent 4 Non-Profits, and Debby Reis, Project Manager, with Talent MATCH to learn more about these programs and how they can support your organization. Learn more about the Talent 4 Non-Profits program here: https://acewilbc.ca/talent-4-non-profits/ and Talent MATCH here: https://acewilbc.ca/talent-match/
- Receive an overview of the ACE-WIL resource hub which provides over 150 downloadable resources.
- Learn how to streamline your student recruitment process through ACE-WIL’s centralized posting platform.
- Gain a better sense of the funding available to hire students.
- Have the opportunity to book a one-on-one session to discuss their student recruitment process further.
Who Should Attend
- CEO's Executive Directors, Directors of Employment
- Facilitators and Case Managers
- Job Developers
- Team Leaders
- Regional Managers
- Job Search & Employment Advisors
- Employability Skills Facilitators
About the Presenters
Miranda Maslany, who has spent the last 10 years working in the non-profit sector, manages Talent 4 Non-Profits. She is highly passionate about how work integrated learning (WIL) can support career development. During her undergrad, a BA in Environmental Studies & Sociology, with a Minor in Business, Miranda completed a variety of co-op and WIL positions including managing Victoria’s Moss Street Community Market and supporting David Suzuki Foundation’s communications team.
Debby Reis is Talent MATCH's Project Manager, which supports museums, arts, tourism, culture, and hospitality organizations to hire students for co-ops and other work placements. Debby has a long history of working and volunteering with arts and community organizations, primarily in communications roles at the Vancouver Fringe Festival, the Jessie Richardson Theatre Awards, Discorder Magazine, the Vancouver Farmers Markets, the Vancouver Writers Festival, and she currently sits on the board for Geist Magazine, a national literary magazine.