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 history of 25+ years of successful youth service
We believe in empowering Native youth
We encourage and support youth voice
Program Manager (F/T), Cedar Walk Program - closes January 20, 2017
Youth Care Counsellors (Relief), Young Bears Lodge - applications accepted on an on-going basis
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 Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal 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. Almost 60% of the entire Native community is under the age of 25 and living in large urban settings.
- Research has shown that very few people volunteer at Aboriginal organizations compared to non-Aboriginal organizations
Additional individual program volunteer opportunities can be found on their individual program pages.