Capturing Conservation: Bridging the Gap Between Science and Conservation with Photography
Nick Hawkin‘s work in conservation photography and story telling reaches local, national and international audiences through Canadian Geographic, BBC Wildlife Magazine and Canadian Wildlife Magazine. Nick is a member of the International League of Conservation photographers—an elite group of wildlife, nature and culture photographers who have each demonstrated a deep commitment to conservation efforts around the globe. Nick seeks out stories and images that can bring attention to the impacts of human activity on wildlife and that inspire people to care for the planet’s ecosystems.
Thursday 21 September 7-8:30 PM
Ondaatje Auditorium, McCain Building
6135 University Avenue. Free. Open to the Public.
Halifax Meals on Wheels has been delivering fresh, nutritious meals for almost half a century. Dedicated volunteers put food on the tables of those in Halifax who are unable to prepare a meal for themselves. We deliver fresh meals and warm hearts while providing peace of mind for our clients and their families.
The organization is hiring a salaried part-time Assistant Coordinator. The Assistant Coordinator reports to the Office Coordinator and the position’s main responsibilities are volunteer scheduling and client management. The hours of work are four-hour mornings, Monday to Friday. Previous volunteer sector experience is considered a definite asset.
- excellent customer service skills
- communication skills
- high sense of values
- team worker
Computer competence (with knowledge of Windows and Excel and the ability to maintain a website and manage social media channels) is required.
RÉSUMÉ with COVER LETTER and REFERENCES should be emailed to:
Deadline: SEPTEMBER 26, 2017
We thank all those who apply. Only those chosen to be interviewed will be contacted.
Launch Dal is Co-hosting a System Change Leadership workshop on Social Innovation together with the McConnell Foundation, Common Good Solutions, and Saint Mary’s University.
This Saturday (September 9th), Daniela Papi-Thornton, former Deputy Director of the Skoll Centre for Social Entrepreneurship and author of Heropreneurship will be launching a free cross-Canada workshop series on System Change Leadership.
The tour begins in Halifax on Saturday September 9th with a public talk about systems change leadership, followed by a workshop for social impact educators teaching system change principles through classes, accelerator programs, or social innovation and entrepreneurship offerings.
HALIFAX – Saturday, September 9, 2017
Location: Pier 21, 1055 Marginal Rd, Halifax, NS B3H 4P7, Windsor Room
Public Talk: 12:30pm
Educator Workshop: 2:00pm
Click here to learn more about Daniela’s work and to register for the event.