|Youth Fusion’s commitment
- Hire project coordinators to work an average of 37.5 hours per week, or part-time in urban communities, from September to June.
- Complete police background checks on selected candidates.
- Provide an adapted training for each project coordinator.
- Provide midterm and final reports, including a list of activities and participants to our partners.
- Secure funding for any given project through regional, provincial, federal and private partners.
- Deliver engaging pedagogical in person activities, in class and/or after school.
- Provide health and safety training for each project coordinator.
- Offer engaging work experience to students through our animators program.
- Offer online synchronous and asynchronous pedagogical activities.
- Presence of the coordinator in a virtual classroom and on many communication channels.
- Provide a collaborative working platform, including interactive creation tools and autonomous exploration activities for students.
- Organise virtual events, live or broadcasted.
- Choose which project your school wishes to have.
- Financial commitment from the school or school board.
- Appoint a contact person for Youth Fusion.
- Facilitate communication with interested teachers who can support the project.
- Participate in the evaluation process (interview and surveys).
- Provide a workspace for Youth Fusion’s project coordinator in the school.
- Provide access to school facilities for activities (classroom, gym, kitchen, etc.).
- In remote communities, secure adequate housing for the Project Coordinators by the school, if we open the hiring to applicants from outside of the community.
- Have access to sufficient Internet access and computers to support an online project.
- Appoint a teacher and a classroom that will be collaborating directly with the Project Coordinator.