Join our team in the Computer Lab, where you’ll assist women with various computer-related tasks, including creating resumes and cover letters, providing computer tutorials, researching jobs online, and sending resumes electronically.
If you have strong communication skills and are well-versed in Windows versions 2007 and higher, as well as proficient in MS Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, and familiar with internet and email platforms, your expertise is sought after in our computer room.
Volunteers must be able to commit to a minimum of 3 hours per week during our computer lab’s hours:
Times Change Women’s Employment Service seeks dedicated individuals to join our Board of Directors. Our unique women-centred non-profit organization operates under a policy governance model, focusing on the financial and social well-being of the organization and its clients.
We encourage diverse candidates to apply to better represent the community we serve. Board members must commit to a minimum of two years on a volunteer basis and are responsible for governing the organization, overseeing strategy development, and providing fiscal and operational oversight.
We seek individuals with awareness of women’s employment-related issues, as well as specific areas of expertise (e.g., legal, human resources, financial) to ensure a diverse range of experience on the Board. Business acumen, strategic thinking, interpersonal skills, and the ability to collaborate are also valued.
Board members dedicate an average of 8-12 hours a month to meetings and committees, including monthly Board meetings with occasional daytime availability.
To express your interest in joining the Times Change Board of Directors, please send your resume and a cover letter to the Nominations Committee at [email protected].
We invite individuals from all professional backgrounds to join our mentoring program, where you can provide career guidance and help women explore employment opportunities. By being matched with industry-specific mentors, you’ll contribute your skills and expertise to advance the representation of women in the labour market.