Junior Summer Program Assistant Coordinator
Green Acres Art Centre is a non-profit offering arts, culture and wellness programs for people of all ages in the community of Teulon and surrounding area.
As part of a Canada Summer Jobs Grant, GAAC is seeking a creative, enthusiastic and reliable student with a positive attitude to provide summer administrative and program support under the direction of the Board of Directors.
- Excellent organizational and time management skills with the ability to multi-task and work independently and as a team
- Excellent interpersonal, written and oral communication skills
- Excellent computer skills including proficiency with Microsoft Office Programs
- Experience working with children
- Experience with Organizing Events an asset
- Experience in a Leadership Role an asset
- Experience with social media and website management an asset
- Criminal & Child Abuse Checks
The position will average 30 hours/week for 8 weeks from July 4th to August 29, 2018. The hours for this position will be mainly daytime Monday to Friday however evenings and weekends may be required for GAAC events. Applicants must be between the age of 16 and 30. Priority will be given to Aboriginal students and members of a minority group. Salary will be on an hourly basis and will be determined based on experience.
Please email resumes to email@example.com by Friday, June 1st 2018. Only candidates considered for an interview will be contacted. No phone calls please.
GAAC is happy to welcome the lovely Colleen Howelko to the GAAC team as the new Term Executive Assistant! Colleen will be on term with us from Mar 7th to Aug 31st, 2018. She joins us with many years of office experience and training and has a heartfelt passion for community building and the Arts. Make sure to stop by to say hello and give Colleen a big welcome; she looks forward to meeting you all!
We also want to publicly thank the many highly skilled and amazing applicants who put their names forward for this position. It made the GAAC Board’s job of choosing difficult. We are very grateful and flattered to have had so many incredible people share an interest in the success of the centre.
~Warm regards for all of us at GAAC~
Our Executive Assistant, Nicole Dzuba, will be taking a leave of absence for this spring and summer and we are inviting applications for a term position to take her place. Ideally the successful candidate would begin training with Nicole for a few weeks starting on February 21st for a term that goes until August 31st. After that, the position will have the potential for job sharing or to be permanent depending on what works best for everyone then. We are committed to finding the right person to make sure that the high quality programming and great momentum at the centre continues without missing a beat. Please see the job ad here for details.
The draw has been made! The lucky winners of our Annual GAAC Wine Raffle Fundraiser are:
1st Prize – Shirley Campbell
2nd Prize – Malinda Skogan
3rd Prize – Kaitlyn Richardson
Congratulatins winners and thank you again to everyone who contributed. The fundraiser was a success and will do much to support ongoing programs and projects at the art centre!
Yesterday was the first annual celebration of MB Culture Days at GAAC and it was magical! Thank you to all who came out to celebrate and a special thanks to the dancers, those who set up displays and those who so generously shared a piece of their culture with us. Sharing bannock on a stick over an open fire was a perfect way to celebrate each other and end a perfect afternoon!
GAAC exterior make over complete! The old art space building to the north has come down and all four walls of the centre are now insulated, sided and looking pretty! The chilly draft from the north will be missing this winter and so will the expensive hydro bills. And a sweet new front door with a window means the foyer is bright and no more door bumps.
A huge thank you to Mark Green and crew for the exceptional care and workmanship on this project and to Wayne Dziadek for the awesome demo show, you were a big hit with the daycare kids!
Thank you to all who contributed to our building project fundraisers and to the many groups who helped fund the project – Community Places Program, Town of Teulon, Interlake Community Foundation, RM of Rockwood. The centre is amazing because of all of you!
The GAAC has been booked for an evening of classical solo piano music and old time fiddle music! Join us this Sunday, August 27 at 6pm (doors open at 5pm)!
David Naylor will be performing some familiar and spectacular works from Debussy, Chopin, Beethoven, and Bach in the first half. The second half will consist of toe-tapping-old-time fiddle music and a few surprises. Refreshments and snacks will be available during intermission and after the concert!
Tickets are: $15 in advance
$10 for 10 years and under
$18 at the door (for all ages)
To purchase tickets and for more information please contact:
Brenda at (204) 886-2688