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From June 1-30, every $1 you donate to the Mount Waddington Family Literacy Society through www.canadahelps.org gives us another chance to win! Visit our secure donation page to help. #GivingChallengeCA
Rewarding and flexible positions available for:
- Literacy Outreach Coordinator – 20 hours/week $25/hour.
- Mother Goose Coordinator – 6 hours/week. $25/hour
- Mother Goose Facilitators in all communities – particular need in Port Hardy! – a few hours per week. $15/hour
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Literacy Now Mission Statement: To seek and support a full range of learning projects and programs identified by our communities in the Mount Waddington region so that we become even more resilient. We honour the diversity of our communities by acknowledging, encouraging, and celebrating each community’s vision. Our role is to facilitate that vision by coordinating funding and guiding projects through to completion.
COLLABORATION: We believe connections within communities and acknowledgment of community voice is integral to the success of literacy initiatives.
INCLUSIVITY: We embrace life-long learning that is accessible, cross-cultural, and intergenerational.
RELATIONSHIP: We approach our relations in the community with respect and acceptance.
RESPONSIBILITY: We seek indicators of success and encourage responsibility in our communities.
The Literacy Outreach Coordinator works with community organizations to build and enhance literacy services and programs according to the community’s specific needs.
- Inquiries about current programs?
- Knowledge of literacy needs in your community?
- Ideas for literacy projects or programs?
- Want to volunteer or donate services or funding?
Decoda Literacy Solutions is the only province-wide literacy organization in British Columbia. Providing resources, training and funds, Decoda supports community-based literacy programs and initiatives in over 400 communities across BC. Decoda supports children and families, youth, adults, Aboriginal and immigrant communities in an effort to build strong individuals, strong families and strong communities.