Summer Job Offers for Students: Cultural/Heritage Project Assistant

To help the organization better meet the new challenges ahead, HLSL is offering summer employment opportunities for students.

We would like to hear from you if:

  • You are Anglophone, or fluent in English but would like to improve your English skills;
  • You are planning to be a full-time student in the fall;
  • You want to build your work experience in a positive environment.

Job title: Cultural/Heritage Project Assistant
Funded by: Canada Summer Jobs
Conditions: 10.15$/h, 35h/week, 11 weeks
Dates: From June to August

In collaboration with the HLSL team, the Canada Summer Jobs employee will help develop HLSL cultural services. The student will assist in a variety of heritage, cultural and literary activities: the launch of our Walk My Heritage audio tour and its promotion, guiding visitors at the Anne Frank House exhibit in Metis-sur-Mer and helping develop content and animations for youth at our bilingual library.

You are our ideal candidate if you have the following:

  • An interest for heritage, history, culture, tourism, reading or storytelling
  • High school diploma: completed
  • College degree: an asset
  • Good communications skills
  • Ability to work with others
  • A proactive personality, responsibility, creativity, a solution-oriented mind
  • A willingness to learn and to develop new skills
  • An understanding of rural realities
  • A talent for marketing is an asset

Please contact Melanie Leblanc
Email: mleblanc@heritagelsl.ca   Phone: 418-936-3239    TOLL FREE: 1-855-936-3239

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