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Position #: 1947
Position: Become a Youth Mental Health Speaker!
Description: Are you a passionate mental health advocate? Do you see yourself empowering others through public speaking? Join the mental health revolution by getting involved with, Canada's only charity training and empowering young leaders to identify and dismantle barriers to positive mental health through talks in their community.

We are currently recruiting youth age 18-26 for our Jack Talks Speaker Training program, where you will have the opportunity to learn public speaking skills as well as the mental health knowledge needed to promote positive mental health in your community!

Applications are open until September 15th!
Training Details: Training and orientation provided online by
Minimum Duration: 3 months or less
Timing: Weekday - Daytime, Weekday - Evening
Time Detail: Time commitment is approximately 30 hours over the course of 6 weeks and completed online. Certified speakers require availability during weekdays, as many of the talks happen at high schools and Universities.
Age: 18+
Ideal for: An Individual
Transportation: On a bus route
Area(s) of Interest: Children/Youth
Skill(s): Public Speaking/Presentation Skills, Verbal Communication, Time Management, Motivate Others, Continuous Learning
How to Apply
Application Link:
Email: Send an Email Message
Contact: Julie Ostrowski
Address: 192 Spadina Avenue Toronto, M5T 2C2
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