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Tyndale University Preaching Conference 2023: 

Join us on May 23, 2023, for our annual Preaching Conference. Focused on the theme “Preaching to Reach the World in Our Neighbourhood,” this one-day conference includes an exciting line-up of speakers and workshops and provides key opportunities for collaboration and discussion.

Sibling Program Intern

Sibling Program Intern

Company: Village Eulogia
Contact Person: Sarah Cardenas
5863 Leslie st
North York , Ontario , M2H1J8
Phone: 416-786-9342

Position Description

(July 10, 2023 - August 21, 2023; 30 hours a week)

Do you want to develop your passion of working with children and youth through exploration and practical experience? This 6-week internship opportunity will give you hands-on experience in facilitating a sibling support group for children and youth who have brothers or sisters with disabilities. You will plan and explore, under the guidance of a mentor, ways to support siblings. This experience is sure to give you a taste of the field of family support services and ministry.


  • Passion and experience in supporting/mentoring siblings of individuals with disabilities
  • Experience programming and facilitating children and/or youth programs Strong leadership, time management, creativity, and program development skills
  • Applicants must be between age 18 and 30 to be considered to meet the government grant criteria
  • Be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident, or person to whom refugee protection has been conferred under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act 2 Be legally entitled to work in Canada in accordance with relevant provincial or territorial legislation and regulations.
  • Computer skills: Microsoft Office, Google Drive, Email, Social Media
  • Vulnerable Sector Check clearance
  • Fluent in English. Functional Cantonese and/or Mandarin, and Spanish is an asset
  • Must be willing to work in an overnight camp for a week outside the city of Toronto.


  • Plan and facilitate camp programs for siblings (ages 6-18) of children/adults with disabilities and their family
  • Demonstrate the ability to work well under pressure and meet all time-sensitive tasks both independently and as a team
  • Attend all orientations, debriefs, team meetings, trainings, and field studies
  • Daytime, evening, and weekend flexibility required
  • Conduct family orientation sessions and volunteer training
  • Engage with the community through social media

Email cover letter and resume to by April 30th, 2023. Only those selected for further consideration will be contacted. Positions are dependent on successful outcome for Canada Summer Jobs grant.

Posted: March 15, 2023 | Expires: April 30, 2023
Posted Under: Camps
Career ID: [ 12398 ]