Community Outreach Coordinator

Location : Office Space near Erin Mills Mall in Mississauga + Flexible

Setting the Stage

Over the past several months, hundreds of students have signed up for Helping Hands’ services. Your role will be contacting high school students and helping them find somewhere to complete their minimum 40 Community Involvement Hours. You will help reach out to community organizations online and through in person activities. This is a position where you can take charge and help shape a young organization. It will be a mix of remote/office/in the field work. We are looking for a go getter with great time management skills.


Learning/ Career Development Opportunities

Student will have the opportunity to take the lead on creating techniques to reach out to youth, help them navigate the system and more. This is well suited for students in programs such as  but not limited to Social and community service professionals aka Community Worker – Outreach and Development, Child and Youth Care Practitioners , Education students, Counseling students.

 We aim to be inclusive of all fields that this job can be suitable for.

Qualifications Requirements

This job is funded by Canada Summer Jobs, therefore the requirements are:

International students are not eligible participants. International students include anyone who is temporarily in Canada for studies and who is not a Canadian citizen, permanent resident, or person who has been granted refugee status in Canada.

Position Details

Max 9 weeks

40 hours/ week at $15/ hour plus vacation pay.


Send cover letter and resume by email to:

Attention of Janelle Hinds, Program Coordinator

Title: Applying for Position of Community Outreach Coordinator

What is Helping Hands?

Helping Hands is on a mission to increase youth community engagement through building technology and in-person activities.

Through Technology

Helping Hands is a platform that matches students with volunteer organizations using a skill development based matching model. It provides students with a way to gain employable skills such as communication skills.

Helping Hands consists of three main, interconnected features: volunteer matching, tracking, and feedback


Through In-Person Activities

Our initiative will provide education, equipping young people with cognitive skills that support active engagement and foster a sense of civic responsibility.

We offer several services:

For more information: