Profile of a CCDI Practicum Student:
We’re looking for smart people who are passionate about D&I, Accessibility, and/or Equity and Human Rights. As a charity with limited resources, we need people who are flexible and versatile, who can run with a project or task and “figure it out” with limited supervision and produce quality results. Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills and proficiency in MS Office.
- Applicants must be registered in a relevant Canadian University or College program.
- Applicable for students in human resources, organizational psychology, equity & human rights, social work, education, international studies, Aboriginal studies, accessibility studies, communications, etc.
About the CCDI:
The CCDI is a unique national charitable organization that focuses on diversity and inclusion (“D&I”), equity and human rights in Canadian workplaces and schools.
- Our workplace mandate includes providing research, toolkits, education, and networking and learning events across Canada for leaders, human resources and D&I professionals. Our goal is to improve the overall inclusivity of the Canadian workforce. Learn more here.
- Our school mandate includes delivering diversity programs in Canadian high schools. Learn more here.
What’s In It For You:
Although this is an unpaid placement, you get an opportunity to build your skills, knowledge, and experience, and learn from Canada’s leading experts in Diversity, Inclusion, Equity and Human Rights. We will provide development and networking opportunities and performance feedback.
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