As part of OCASI's commitment to achieving equality, access and full participation for immigrants and refugees in every aspect of Canadian life, the Council offer internship, volunteer and placement opportunities for students and others seeking work experience.
OCASI is committed to anti-oppression and employment equity.
Deadline: Wednesday, July 5, 2017 - 5:00pm
The Bilingual Coordinator, Online Professional Development is responsible for the overall content development of SecteurEtablissement and Settlement AtWork websites, including vision, breadth of coverage, quality, accuracy and partnership development. The Coordinator works closely with the Settlement.org / Etablissement.Org and the Capacity team members to ensure the ongoing growth and development of the web sites.
Deadline: Friday, June 16, 2017 - 5:00pm
The Bi-lingual Coordinator, Special Projects will be responsible for delivering LGBTQ+ training workshops and orientation sessions in French and English as well as co-facilitating English workshops.
Deadline: Wednesday, June 21, 2017 - 5:00pm
The Project Coordinator supports the implementation of the Newcomer Outreach component of the Prevention of Sexual Violence and Harassment Project. The Coordinator will help in responding to the needs of immigrant communities and the settlement of newcomers by raising awareness about sexual violence and harassment among immigrants and refugees through outreach and public education efforts and implementing a public education campaign.
Deadline: Friday, June 23, 2017 - 5:00am
The goal of the OCASI Professional Development Conference 2017 is to enhance the capacity and quality of services delivered by the immigrant and refugee serving sector and to come to a shared understanding and commitment to work together to build and sustain inclusive programs and initiatives for immigrant and refugee-centered settlement.
Deadline: Monday, June 26, 2017 - 5:00pm
The Settlement Training guide was initially developed by OCASI in 1990 and further revised in 2000, as a tool to meet the needs of the settlement sector for training resources. It was developed as a professional development tool for settlement services providers to provide them with the knowledge, skills and tools to address and understand the particular programming and service needs of immigrant and refugee populations in Ontario. OCASI is currently seeking a content developer to update and revise this guide to produce a third edition.
Request for Proposals:
Deadline: Friday, June 30, 2017
This year OCASI would like to showcase community start-ups and small business and OCASI Member programs in the GTA.