interested in volunteering or working with us?
there are many roles available here at the Safely Connected McGill depending on your interests!
If you’re interested in helping the EDRSC develop our visual brand, gain a following on campus and educate folks on disordered eating, this could be a great position for you!
- researching for educational Instagram posts
- writing and editing blog posts
- writing social copy
- creating social media graphics
Communications volunteer applications are currently closed.
If you’re interested in event planning for Eating Disorder Awareness Week, Mental Health/Illness Awareness Series, fundraising, and are passionate about helping the cause of eating disorders and disordered eating, this might be a great position for you!
- leading events (comfortable in public speaking)
- organizing and planning event content
- outreaching to external speakers
- interviewing speakers
Event meetings occur once a week.
Total hours required: 2-3 hours/week
Events volunteer applications are currently closed.
If you’re interested in helping us provide services, including support groups and drop-ins, and are passionate about mental health and peer support, this could be a great position for you!
- facilitating support groups (virtual)
- match and chat with users on our online forum
- facilitating drop-in hours
- assisting with other possible in-person services (COVID dependent)
join our coordinator team!
Come work with us! Here are the positions that are open that you can apply to.
internal training coordinator
The Safely Connected McGill Internal Training Coordinators create, update, and deliver training around eating disorders to all members of the Safely Connected McGill. In particular, they provide training and guidance to prepare support volunteers for their roles. Throughout the semester, they are available to help and support volunteers and may provide additional training as needed. The coordinators continuously update and expand upon the Safely Connected McGill training materials through consultations with a ride range of experts on the topics.
- Coordinate the continuous development and review of Safely Connected McGill training materials
- Review and provide content for eating disorder-related training materials of other peer support organizations
- Consult with relevant stakeholders and community organizations on training materials
- Be responsible for providing support, events, and communications volunteers with centre and role specific training at the beginning of each semester
- Arrange for external organizations and facilitators to provide anti-oppression trainings to Safely Connected McGill members
Total hours required and hourly wage:
$15.65/hour for 5-6 hours a week
Applications open until Monday, September 26th, 2022 at 11:59 PM
Find more information and the application link here.