|Organisation :||Humber Institute of Technology & Advanced Learning|
|Type :||Établissement d'enseignement|
|Mandat :||Humber strives for an open, respectful and welcoming educational environment that is responsive to the needs of students, faculty, staff, the community, the nation and the world. The institute proudly reflects the richness and diversity of the Canadian community: the many cultures, the economic backgrounds, the differing age groups and the many ideas that have solidified our democracy. Humber aims for high standards of teaching and learning and is dedicated to anticipating the changes around the world and responding to those changes in practical but innovative ways. Accelerating technological and business change presents a major challenge in keeping teachers and students up-to-date not only at Humber but across the globe. Responding to this challenge, Humber has assisted its international partners in developing strategies to maintain educational excellence. While engaging in these activities Humber has developed an international reputation as an institution that is serious about its responsibilities as a global citizen.|
|Adresse :||The Business School, H215
3199 Lakeshore Blvd.
FAX: (416) 252-7573
|Veuillez visiter le site Internet de l'organisation offrant ce stage pour connaître ses exigences avant de lui envoyer votre curriculum vitae.|
|Personne ressource :||Jennifer Wilson|
|Secteur :||Infrastructure et services sociaux divers|
|Description du stage :||
KIWAKKUKI is a women's membership organization that aims to have a
community that understands the problems and consequences of HIV/AIDS and take
appropriate measures to eradicate it. One of the main goals is to help people
help themselves and to support them along the way. To complement KIWAKKUKI's
soft loan program to members and beneficiaries, this internship will build the
capacity of KIWAKKUKI to provide effective programming in entrepreneurship
training. The intern will participate in the development of a training program
that will assist women in generating income and becoming independent.
The Needs Assessment Officer will assist staff at KIWAKKUKI through participation in a needs assessment and analysis to collect information for the design and development of training curriculum in micro-enterprise.
During the Pre-departure Preparation in Canada the Needs Assessment Officer will:
- Participate in pre-departure preparation activities through the Centre for Intercultural Learning;
- Participate in Program Management, Career Training, Effective Community Awareness Methods, and Training Effectiveness sessions delivered at the Humber Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning;
- Prepare a detailed pre-departure report that gives an overview of the development challenges facing Tanzania as well as the political, environmental and economic climate of the country;
- Prepare a preliminary work plan detailing tentative approaches and contingency plans for proposed internship activities;
- Outline a preliminary community awareness and dissemination plan to be implemented upon the intern's return to Canada that will include a minimum of three activities to be completed within three months of the overseas portion of the internship.
Upon return to Canada, the intern will participate in a one-week Re-entry Program. The intern will:
- Participate in debriefing sessions to reflect on personal and developmental learning's;
- Evaluate and revise the Community Awareness implementation plan as needed to include a timeline for completing;
- Participate in a networking forum within the development industry;
- Develop a career/job search plan and an effective resume with support from Humber's Career Services Centre.
During the six-month overseas portion of the internship in Tanzania the Needs Assessment Officer will:
- Develop a survey and job description to be used as tools for a needs assessment;
- Assist the team by accompanying them to community site visits to conduct needs assessment and analysis;
- Compile the results of the needs analysis and provide a summary report on the training needs for women in micro-enterprise in the community;
- Participate in the development of curriculum and learning materials for training programs in micro-enterprise development and small business management;
- Conduct consultations with field workers to verify and validate the results from the needs analysis;
- Assist in the planning of specific training modules to be developed.
|Organisation d'accueil :||Kilimanjaro Women's Group Against AIDS|
|Détails au sujet de l'organisation d'accueil :||To sensitize and educate the community in Kilimanjaro Region on HIV/AIDS and facilitate the provision of services to those infected and affected in order to control the spread of HIV/AIDS and its effects.|