Be The Change Earth Alliance (BTCEA) is a charitable non-profit that focuses on global sustainability through education that empowers personal and collective change. This is predominately accomplished through curriculum materials for middle and secondary school teachers, workshops & training for student and teacher champions, and specialized programs taught in schools or in the community. Topics we focus on include resource conservation, waste reduction, food systems and choices, consumer awareness & habits, ‘connection’ with nature, community, ourselves and others, and various social justice issues such as water privatization, food security, gender, poverty and more. BTCEA is also currently developing new school and community programs.
We appreciate your interest in working with BTCEA. Our organization is currently looking for the following volunteer positions: Facilitators, Videographer/Editor, Program and Operations Assistant, and General Volunteers. Please see below for more details.
Ready to apply to the positions ?
- Send your resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Complete the employment survey at the bottom of the page.
We are particularly looking for individuals with passion, knowledge, skills, or strong interest in one or more of the following:
- Education as a means of empowering change
- Curriculum development and/or facilitation
- Community Resiliency
- Community and School Connectedness
- Social Emotional learning
- Familiarity with Intersectional work
- Climate change mitigation and adaptation
- Bridging communities such as schools, neighborhoods, city, regions, and beyond
- City and Regional Plans & Policies (especially regarding sustainability and emergency preparedness)
- Zero Waste
- Video recording, creative design, editing, and publishing
- Traditional Ecological Knowledge or Indigenous Ways of Knowing
- Community and Sustainability Planning
- BC Education – in particular the BC Ministry of Educations redesigned curriculum
- Change Theories
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