|Organisation :||College of the Rockies|
|Type :||Établissement d'enseignement|
|Mandat :||College of the Rockies, a comprehensive community college enrolling 2000 full time students annually, has six campuses located in the Rocky Mountains in southeastern British Columbia and offers a broad range of academic, career, and technical/trades education and training. COTR's mandate is "empowering citizens and communities through knowledge and skills." With a commitment to the creation of internationalization opportunities for its staff and students, the 2006 College Education Plan emphasizes strategic growth in international partnership development for 2007-2011.|
|Adresse :||Box 8500
Cranbrook, British Columbia,
FAX: (250) 489-8254
|Veuillez visiter le site Internet de l'organisation offrant ce stage pour connaître ses exigences avant de lui envoyer votre curriculum vitae.|
|Personne ressource :||William Litchfield|
|Description du stage :||
The HIV/AIDS Education Assistant - Youth, will gain practical work
experience developing and implementing HIV/AIDS prevention programs directed
towards the youth of Nairobi, Kenya.
The successful candidate will start their orientation online from their residence in Canada which will include; document preparation, project research and planning, and initial contact with their host organizations. The remainder of the orientation (one week) will be conducted on site at the College of the Rockies in Cranbrook, BC which includes a project and country orientation, health and safety workshops, personal and professional action plans, trip planning, interaction with previous interns, a career development workshop, and participation in the CIL pre-departure training program.
The successful intern will work with Mama na Dada Africa to develop new HIV/AIDS education and prevention programs specifically directed at youth. The intern will assess youth behaviour patterns to identify areas of risk in order to implement the required educational programs. This internship will incorporate art, theatre and play into the education model to teach youth about HIV/AIDS.
|Organisation d'accueil :||Mama Na Dada Africa|
|Détails au sujet de l'organisation d'accueil :||Mama na Dada Africa is a locally registered non-governmental organization, founded in 2000, with the main aim of preventing young females from becoming vulnerable to sexual exploitation, mental illness or drug related problems, stemming from negative social attitudes and actions towards women and/or insufficient exposure to positive role models. Mama na Dada has been one of the front runners in facilitating education for youth on sexual and mental health as well as HIV prevention. The organization appreciates the role of youth as change agents because they are, in many instances, more creative, risk tolerant and in touch with society's needs. Mama na Dada carries out an integrated peer education program which includes a youth exchange component, Stay Alive Youth Club. This youth wing of Mama na Dada, benefits from membership from various multiracial, religious and ethnic backgrounds in Kenya providing a rich intercultural exchange and learning forum for youths. This program continues to attract attention from a large number of other youth groups across the country and beyond.|