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Cyber-Seniors COVID-19 Management Volunteer Opportunities -- Volunteer Social Media Content Coordinator (FT)



  • Toronto, ON
  • QUAND
    En cours

Description

Cyber-Seniors is an intergenerational program that trains young people to be tech mentors for senior citizens. The ability to use online communication applications to stay connected is vital for older adults and other vulnerable people. Helping a senior learn to use transactional websites to order groceries, pharmaceuticals, food delivery, etc., will make a big difference in allowing them to remain self-sufficient from the safety of their home.

In the best of times, digital literacy can be life-altering; in times like these, it can be life-saving.

Volunteer Social Media Content Coordinator (FT)

This volunteer opportunity requires a commitment of 30 hours per week - you can work around your own schedule
 
Qualifications:
·      Must have access to a computer.
·      Must speak and write fluent English.
·      Must be currently enrolled in or hold degree/diploma in a post-secondary school.
 
 Responsibilities:
·      Act as coordinator for Social Media content provided by staff (both shared and original)
·      Be responsive to Social Media interactions
·      Pre-schedule content using Hootsuite
·      Regularly analyze responses to posts to determine best strategy for content
·      Work with PR consultants to ensure consistent messaging 
 
IMPORTANT:
To apply, please email Tess@cyberseniors.org and include your resume.

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Cyber-Seniors: Connecting Generations

Since 2015, Cyber-Seniors has been bridging the digital divide: bringing seniors together with student mentors who help them develop tech skills that allow them to stay connected, stay informed, stay engaged, and right now, stay safe.


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Qui vous aiderez

Logo de l'organisme

Cyber-Seniors: Connecting Generations

Since 2015, Cyber-Seniors has been bridging the digital divide: bringing seniors together with student mentors who help them develop tech skills that allow them to stay connected, stay informed, stay engaged, and right now, stay safe.