The theme this year is Literacy: Celebrating 25 Years of the NWT Literacy Council
The Youth and Community Literacy Coordinator develops and delivers literacy and essential skills training, resources, and support services to NWT communities.
Equivalencies will be considered
This is a full-time three-year term position with the possibility of renewal, based in Yellowknife. We offer a competitive salary and benefits. For a job description please contact email@example.com, 873-9262 or 1-866-599-6758. This position is conditional on program funding.
Employment depends on a successful criminal records check.
Submit resumes by 12 noon MDT, Friday, May 22, 2015 by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
The NWT Literacy Council is a non-government territorial organization that promotes and supports the development of literacy in all official languages of the NWT.
Marianne Bromley of the NWT Literacy Council talks about the importance of speaking to your child in your language from birth and even before. Children learn language by hearing it. The earlier the better: The infant/toddler years are a good time to lay a solid foundation for a minority language.How Children Learn Language (Video)
National Family Literacy Day is a national awareness initiative, held annually on January 27th. This special day promotes families reading and doing other literacy-related activities together. Take 15 minutes a day to learn with your family!
The NWT Literacy Council encourages communities, schools, families and organizations to celebrate family literacy day in their own unique way. Many communities or schools celebrate the whole week by hosting several family literacy events.
We're hiring a summer student to help prepare resource materials for publication and with summer literacy events. Applicants must be full-time students, under 30 years of age, and intending to return to their studies in the fall. Please send your resume to email@example.com by 5 pm on May 2, 2014.