Time in My shoes (TIMS)
We are expanding our Time in My Shoes experiential, accessibility awareness program to reach more youth in schools and the greater community.
If you live with a disability and enjoy sharing your story with others to increase understanding of disability and inclusion, this might be a perfect opportunity.
We are looking for individuals who are comfortable communicating in front of groups and have a strong belief in inclusion. Training is provided in areas of communication, self-advocacy and leadership.
Facilitators for youth and adult programs required.
- have an attention to detail
- are comfortable working with a computer and
- have good typing skills and
- are looking to share your expertise, we would love to meet you.