Work at SEDE

McGill University is committed to equity in employment and diversity. It welcomes applications from Indigenous peoples, visible minorities, ethnic minorities, persons with disabilities, women, persons of minority sexual orientations and gender identities and others who may contribute to further diversification.


Family Care Animator, Spaghetti Nights Family Workshops

Deadline to apply: Monday, September 17th, 2018

Remuneration: $15/hour + 4% vacation pay and legal holiday

Hours:15-20 hours a week from September 24th, 2018 to May 31st, 2019

  • Since September 2012, SEDE in partnership with the Riverview Community Learning Centre (CLC) and the English Montreal school board has coordinated a series of free monthly interactive workshops and discussions for parents and guardians whose children are part of SEDE’s Homework Zone After-School Mentoring Program.
  • Workshops are held at four schools: Pierre-Elliott Trudeau, Parkdale, Riverview and Gerald McShane Elementary. Workshop topics –determined through consultation with families—touch upon providing a space for exchange and concrete tools for parents and guardians to be effective partners in their child’s school success.
  • Free spaghetti dinner, childcare, and phone call reminders are provided to encourage family participation. Public transit tickets are offered to all volunteers.

See the PDF below for a full description of the profile, and for details on how to apply.

PDF icon Family Care Animator - Spaghetti Nights Family Workshops


Ronteweiénstha Tehontatia'takéhnhen Program - Homework Help Program Coordinator (Primary School)

Deadline to apply: Friday, September 14, 2018

Remuneration: $15/hour + 4% vacation pay and legal holiday

Hours:10 hours a week from September 2018 to April 2019

Ronteweiénstha Tehontatia'takéhnhen (“students helping one another”) is a collaborative program with Karonhianonhnha Tsi School and the Kateri Tekakwitha that consists of mentorship and tutoring with primary students in grades 5 and 6. The Mohawk immersion program fosters greater retention and revitalization of language. McGill students though weekly one-to-one tutoring can help them stay on top of English, Math and other topics for their transition to high school. The tutoring is held at KSS after school on Tuesday afternoons. Transportation is by STM and taxis.

See the PDF below for a full description of the profile, and for details on how to apply.

PDF icon Homework Help Coordinator: Primary Schools


Ronteweiénstha Tehontatia'takéhnhen Program - Homework Help Program Coordinator (High School)

Deadline to apply: Friday, September 14, 2018

Remuneration: $15/hour + 4% vacation pay and legal holiday

Hours:10 hours a week from September 2018 to April 2019

Ronteweiénstha Tehontatia'takéhnhen ("students helping one another”) is a collaborative program with the Kahnawake Survival School that consists of mentorship and tutoring with secondary students. The Homework Help program offers weekly one-to-one tutoring in a variety of subjects such as English, Math and Social Studies. The tutoring is held at KSS after school for an hour and half once a week. Transportation is by STM and taxis.

See the PDF below for a full description of the profile, and for details on how to apply.

PDF icon Homework Help Coordinator: High Schools

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