Employment & Volunteering
- We pay 40 hours per week for full-time, not 35 or 37.5
- Full-time staff are eligible for extended health benefits
- We are committed to team building
- We have a 30 year history of successful youth service
- We believe in empowering Indigenous youth
- We encourage and support youth voice
Youth Worker (Relief), Aboriginal Safehouse - applications accepted on an on-going basis
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for additional job opportunities, or to be added to our email list.
UNYA welcomes both Indigenous and non-Indigenous volunteers as we understand that youth need the support of those who are willing and qualified to support them, regardless of their cultural identity.
- It is great experience to add to your resume
- We gladly supply letters of reference for those who have volunteered a minimum amount of time (depending on the program)
- It is a great way to support the fastest growing demographic in the country as almost 60% of the entire Indigenous community is under the age of 25 and living in large urban settings
- Research has shown that very few people volunteer at Indigenous organizations compared to non-Indigenous organizations
Current volunteer opportunities include:
Additional individual program volunteer opportunities can be found on their individual program pages.