Join Our Team

Canada Confesses is urgently looking for skilled individuals passionate about social justice to join our growing team.

 

With a diverse team of over 40 volunteers and allies from coast to coast to coast, we’re growing exponentially and making sure our advocacy work is grounded in inclusive values, policies, and practices.

Volunteers are the backbone of our project and our success relies on the team's dedication to working towards a more equitable and sustainable Canada.

We hope to have you on our journey.

Got questions? Reach us at info@canadaconfesses.com

  Who We Are  

Canada Confesses is a 100% volunteer-led online-based project.

 

From the Board of Directors to Content Writers, Outreach Volunteers, Resource Curators, Graphic Designers, and Ambassadors, our team comprises a vibrant and diverse group of Canadians from coast to coast unified with a vision.

Use our interactive map below to view where our volunteers are located!

Open Volunteer Positions

Ambassador Lead

The Ambassador Lead supervises ambassadors to maximize Canada Confesses’ impact and grow our reach. They report ambassador outreach progress and results to the team. They also oversee and participate in the implementation of a wide range of outreach initiatives. 

Co-Director of Outreach

The Co-Director of Outreach supervises outreach volunteers to provide communications and messaging to target audiences, including but not limited to our program participants, academics, schools, volunteers, and local rural and urban communities. They seek to employ new and better outreach tools and techniques as they become available.

Design Lead

The Design Lead is responsible for assisting the Director of Design with assigning tasks to the graphic designers that entail content and material related to social justice issues in Canada. They review and edit work created by the design team. They are sometimes tasked with creating promotional materials, short videos, and design elements for the team.

Admin Assistant

 The Administrative Assistant provides support to CC Volunteers & coordinates internal & external communication. Their key duties include responding to inquiries, handling admin tasks, and managing meeting schedules. They create and maintain recordkeeping systems, schedule meetings, and facilitate communication with volunteers.

Director of Marketing

The Director of Marketing is responsible for promoting & posting our content on all of our platforms. They generate a monthly report that identifies trends, insights, and performance based on our analytics. They also create and maintain an online presence on various platforms such as Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter, & Reddit.

Director of Design

The Director of Design is responsible for assigning tasks to the graphic designers that entail content and material related to social justice issues in Canada. They review and edit work created by the design team. They are sometimes tasked with creating promotional materials, short videos, and design elements for the team.

Content Strategist

The Content Strategist reviews data about our audience to ensure our content is relevant and engaging. They may work with the marketing team in order to determine how to expand the audience for their network. They provide the focus for the content to their team and oversee the distribution of this content through the platforms they work with.

Website Lead

The Website Lead oversees the maintenance and administration of Canada Confesses’ website. They perform a range of website development tasks to ensure the website is functional, represents us well and that users can navigate easily. They often troubleshoot and resolve a variety of website performance issues

What Our Volunteers Say

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Nicholas, Content Creator

It is one thing to say you are an advocate for change, and another to actually be a part of it. I want to build a resume of experiences and projects that display I have chosen the latter.

Faces of CC

Why I Volunteered With Canada Confesses 

Canada Confesses is an online-based project committed to addressing the social injustices that have occurred and are currently ongoing in Canada. We are dedicated to supporting and fighting for the human rights marginalized groups of Canadians who experience inequalities. Canada Confesses has partnered with government representatives and more than 20 Canadian organizations.