Youth Program leaders needed for local and international opportunities!

Contact Information for Applicants:
Name of Organization: 
CISV Vancouver
How to apply: 

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Opportunity Description + Organization Information: 

CISV Vancouver (Children's International Summer Villages) is now expanding its leadership team! Volunteer positions are available to work with youth, ages 11 to 19, locally and around the world. CISV has been connecting children around the world since 1951 and educating about equality, diversity, human rights, conflict resolution and sustainable development. CISV exists in more than 70 countries worldwide and there are a dozen chapters across Canada.

We are currently recruiting adults to get involved in year-round local programming and summer 2018 international travel opportunities.

No experience is required and all training is provided.

Who makes a great CISV leader?

* loves working with children and youth
* enjoys volunteering
* is enthusiastic about educational programming
* believes in CISV's core themes of sustainable development, conflict resolution, diversity and human rights
* loves to travel and learn about new cultures
* wants to make new friends and have fun!

We hold about one activity per month locally and this summer, we will be sending 7 delegations of youth to peace education programs around the globe in July & August. Each delegation must be accompanied by a volunteer adult leader who becomes an integral part of planning and running the international program.

Travel programs last from 14 to 30 days and all leader expenses are covered.

Application deadline for international programs is February 10, 2018 but we accept new leaders year round or local involvement.

New to CISV? Have kids you want involved in this unique, amazing and inspiring program? Visit our website and learn more today!



Minimum ages:

19 & up for junior leader (or local involvement)

21 & up for other positions, including international travel positions

There is no maximum age!


Friday, June 15, 2018 - 10:00am