Campaigns Advocate and Coordinator

Overview

Grenfell Campus Student Union

Locaton

Corner Brook, NL

Availability

Any day

Various hours

Commitment

6 - 12 months

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Individual

Sector

Community & Care

Adult (18+)

Development

Skills you would develop

  • Advocacy

  • Communication

  • Promotion

  • Organization

Ideal for


  • Students in post-secondary education

Contact

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Mary Feltham

1 (709) 424-9153

Locaton

20 University Dr. Corner Brook, NL A2H 5G4

About the position

The Grenfell Campus Student Union (GCSU) was established in 1975 and has worked hard to represent the concerns of students ever since. The union undertakes campaigns and provides services to enhance educational, cultural, environmental, political, and social conditions for its members.


Tasks


  • Promote campaigns created by Canadian Federation of Students ("CFS")

  • Share campaigns Materials on social media

  • Brainstorm events to promote campaigns

  • Assist in tabling to speak on campaigns (as needed)

Requirements

Skills and Experience


  • Knowledge on CFS campaigns (can train)

  • Knowledge of social media platforms and effective

  • Accessible posting

  • Ability to assist in organization in events

  • Appropriate communication skills

About the organization

The GCSU is a non-for-profit organization made up of students for students. The GCSU is Local 36 of the Canadian Federation of Students which advocates for student rights, with a deep focus on ensuring education is accessible. 


We ensure student voices and concerns are being heard and addressed by promoting campaigns that are relevant to our members. All undergraduate students at Grenfell Campus are automatically a member of the GCSU but we welcome anyone to engage in our events in whichever capacity is best suited for them.

Impact

This position allows for students to know their concerns are not only being heard, but being taken seriously. We voice the concerns and encourage action for change. With this position, we can promote the messages of our members further, and advocate for appropriate actions to be taken to resolve the concerns we have.

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