Lower Fort Garry National Historic Site (Manitoba), St. Andrews (Manitoba), The Forks National Historic Site (Manitoba), Winnipeg (Manitoba)
May, 2017 – September, 2017
$12.77 to $17.92 per hour (under review)
With guidance, students will be responsible for researching, developing and delivering captivating educational and outreach programs to a variety of audiences, in both English and French. Content for such programming will concentrate on Wapusk National park and the national historic sites within Manitoba. The position will help organize and run educational activity booths/areas at local/regional events and major urban venues. Successful candidates will have the skills needed to work side by side with Parks Canada partners and stakeholders in a professional and responsible manner and be a proud representative of the Government of Canada. Both the ability to work as part of a team and to work independently will be important in qualifying for this dynamic position. The primary work location is Winnipeg, and students will be responsible for their own moving, accommodation and living expenses.
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