UOSSM-Canada is a nonpartisan humanitarian organization, which provides medical relief to victims of war irrespective of race, religion, gender or political affiliation.
Youth Leaders will build awareness about the importance of indiscriminate medical relief among their school committees, student groups, faith communities, community associations and other groups by:
● Leading fundraising initiatives in the student body
● Promoting social media advocacy posts and campaigns
● Sharing breaking news and developments on the Syrian crisis based on information provided by UOSSM-Canada.
● Participating in monthly meetings with the UOSSM-Canada staff in its Mississauga headquarters
Applicants must be at least 16 years old and enrolled in a recognized Canadian high school, university or college.
Volunteers meet with UOSSM-Canada’s Programs Manager on August 20th from 2:00 – 4:00 pm at Suite 132, 2255 Dundas St W for an orientation.
Work will be remote among individual student groups and communities with monthly meetings at Suite 132, 2255 Dundas St W to present progress.
Must commit at least 4 hours per week, including meetings
This is a unique opportunity to directly make an impact in relation to the situation in Syria and places around the world. It is also a great opportunity for students to gain valuable experience in medical care, leadership, advocacy and politics. Volunteers who complete at least 40 hours are eligible to receive an acknowledgement letter for their work at UOSSM-Canada.
Please forward any questions about the program or your CV’s/Resumes for consideration to Saamiyah Ali-Mohammed, firstname.lastname@example.org by August 10th , 2019.