Opportunities to Join Us
Thank you for your interest in our organization!
We are dedicated to providing culturally-sensitive and culturally-enriching programs to individuals and families and welcome talented, passionate and committed volunteers and professionals who seek to create positive change, as they uplift and empower our communities.
We are seeking enthusiastic, qualified persons to join our team as we deliver programs and services to our communities. We encourage you to apply if you are interested and are qualified for a position.
Volunteers are integral to the success of our organization. We would be unable to provide the services and supports our members and communities rely on without the valuable input of volunteers. Through volunteering, youth, adults and seniors have the opportunity to give back to their community and gain a sense of satisfaction in doing so. We also welcome high school students who will have the opportunity to gain their community service hours.
We have volunteer opportunities in the following areas:
- Tutors and mentors - Arts, Literacy & Tutoring Club after-school program
- Mentors - Black Leaders of Tomorrow Youth Business Mentorship program
- Bingo fundraising (must be at least 18 years old)
- Board committees
- Office administration
- Summer and Spring break camps
If you are interested in volunteering with us please email your resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org stating the position(s) in which you are interested.
Successful applicants will need to complete a criminal reference check or vulnerable sector check before placement begins.
Children, Youth and Family Counsellor – Upper Grand District
RootsCS is seeking a Children, Youth & Family Counsellor to work primarily with the Upper Grand District School Board (UGDSB) to deliver culturally-sensitive intervention, navigation and support to students and their families who are facing racism and discrimination. The initiative will enable the co-designing of workshops with teachers and administrators in the UGDSB to foster more meaningful engagement with students and families from diverse racialized group.
Children, Youth and Family Counsellor – Halton CAS
RootsCS is seeking a Children, Youth & Family Counsellor who will be responsible for delivering culturally-sensitive intervention, navigation and support to youth and their families many of whom will be referred by Halton CAS.
Clinical Team Lead
We are seeking a Clinical Team Lead who will be responsible for providing clinical oversight and case management support for our programs in the Halton Region; maintaining a small case load, and outreaching to the community through developing key partnerships with the Region, school boards, universities and colleges, and other community agencies.
Program Coordinator, Black Leaders of Tomorrow
We are seeking a Program Coordinator to support the positive development of youth who are considered high-risk, through access to consistent, caring adults that help youth participants pursue and achieve goals and outcomes related to employment/entrepreneurship, educational achievement and civic engagement/leadership, and by building a strong cultural identity.
Fund Development Officer
The Fund Development Officer position is focused on achieving annual and long-term fund development goals with a focus on diversifying funding streams for the organization. This entails securing grants from governments, foundations and corporations as well as contributions through donations and other fundraising activities. This is an exciting opportunity to join an impactful charitable organization, as you contribute to our growth. You are passionate about our mission and you want to apply your skills in grant writing to scale the organization.
Program Coordinator, Investing in Women’s Futures
We are seeking a Program Coordinator to develop and oversee the new Investing in Women’s Futures (IWF) program, the goal of which is to open up pathways for marginalized women and gender-diverse individuals that are facing barriers to employment, especially those who are survivors of domestic abuse/gender-based violence. The program will provide employment training and workshops in addition to case management and wraparound supports to help women build their confidence as they increase their knowledge and skills.
Make a difference!
We cannot do it alone and so rely on you – our funders, donors, volunteers – to help us build a strong community that holds a brighter future for our children and youth, a peaceful place for our seniors, and a safe and clean environment for everyone. There are a few ways you can help to make a difference. Which one will you choose?Get Involved