Volunteer and Employement Opportunities

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Volunteer and Employement Opportunities2020-01-21T17:10:32-05:00

Concours d’art oratoire 2020

Canadian Parents for French, Nova Scotia (CPF Nova Scotia) is looking for volunteers to judge, timekeepers, emcees, and questioners at the provincial Concours d’Art Oratoire 2020 (French public speaking) on April 25, 2020.

This event hosts regional winners from French first and second language programs throughout the province. Students at grade 5/6, 7/8, 9/10 and 11/12 levels will compete in the categories of Core French, Integrated French, French Immersion (late, early and middle), and Francophone.

Canadian Parents for French- Nouvelle-Écosse (CPF-NÉ) a besoin des bénévoles pour juger leur Concours d’art oratoire. Cet événement est pour des gagnants régionaux des programmes de français langue maternelle et de français langue seconde autour de la province. Des étudiants aux niveaux 5/6, 7/8, 9/10 et 11/12 participeront aux catégories de français de base, français intensif (6e année), français intégré, immersion française et francophone.

Les rôles qui existent pour les bénévolats sont : juges, intervieweurs, animateurs, et les chronométreurs. La date du concours est samedi le 25 Avril, 2020 à l’Université de Mont Saint Vincent.

Contact the branch office for further information and volunteer forms or register online to volunteer.

Volunteer job position descriptions (French) NS

Volunteer position description (English) NS

Concours-dart-oratoire-Volunteer-form-2020 (English)

Concours-dart-oratoire-Inscription_Bénévole-2020 (French)

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Nautical Camp

Junior Counsellors

Each year, Canadian Parents for French – Nova Scotia provides an opportunity for over 500 students across Nova Scotia to attend French camp, a week-long immersion in the French language.  Canadian Parents for French – Nova Scotia is presently accepting applications for Junior Counsellor positions.

As a Junior Counsellor, students will be responsible for:

Ø stay in cabins with younger campers, and a Senior Counsellor.
Ø assist in camp programs (ie. skits, afternoon activities, games, waterfront supervision).
Ø be required to speak only in French to ensure that the experience is as enriching as possible for the campers.
Ø be able to network and meet other high school French immersion students from across Nova Scotia.
Ø have room and board expenses paid for the duration of the camp covered by CPF.
Ø be responsible for your own transportation to and from the camp.
Ø Junior Counselors receive an honorarium of $250 from CPF per week. Returning Junior Counsellors will receive a $300 honorarium per week.
Ø have a wonderful week of being with younger students, and having fun!

Junior Counsellor Application 2020

Applicants must be a minimum of 16 years old.   The Canadian Parents for French, Nova Scotia Camp Coordinator will be calling the applicants for interviews once they have an idea of camper enrollment.

Candidates who are graduating, grade 12 and are over 18 yrs, should contact the branch office to apply as a Senior Counselor.


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