Do you like to write?
Are you organized? Creative?
Are you interested in working with a non-profit organization?
Townshippers’ Association is looking for a University-level student of Communications, Administration or English Studies to work as a Summer Outreach Coordinator for the summer of 2018. This is a full- time 11-week position, beginning on Monday, June 18th, 2018.
Assist with the creation of communications and promotional material dedicated to the English-speaking minority living in the Eastern Townships;
Maintenance of websites and the digitization of the Association’s press clippings;
Assist with the creation, and editing of, publications related to English-speaking community cultural activities and festivals and other Association activities;
Digitize the Association’s press clippings;
Maintain the Association’s image bank;
Help the Association to maintain a regular online presence in terms of social media;
Support the volunteer membership in developing its recruitment campaign;
Other administrative tasks as required.Possession of a valid driver’s license and vehicle are considered an asset.Applications are welcome from women, persons with disabilities, visible and linguistic minorities or Aboriginal peoples. Candidates must be registered on the Young Canada Works website* and be returning to full-time studies in the Fall 2018 semester.
Send a cover letter** and CV, in English, by Friday, May 18th, 2018 to:
Rachel Hunting, Executive Director
By e-mail: [email protected]
By fax: 819-566-0271
By regular mail: 257 Queen St., S. 100, Sherbrooke, QC J1M 1K7
*More information about Young Canada Works eligibility requirements can be found at
Townshippers’ Association is a non-profit, non-partisan community organization focused on promoting and supporting the interests of the English-speaking minority community in the Eastern Townships region of Quebec.
100 – 257 Queen Street Sherbrooke , QC J1M 1K7
Tel – 819-566-5717
Fax – 819-566-0271
Email – [email protected]