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Student Facilitators and Note-takers Required: Chinese Canadian Museum Community Dialogue
SFU's Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue is seeking to hire up to 12 students to work with our team at a public dialogue on Saturday, February 2, at the Richmond Public Library (Brighouse Branch). We are facilitating a series of Community Meetings around the Province for the BC Government to contribute to the vision for BC's new Chinese Canadian Museum.
We will be hiring approximately 12 graduate students and undergraduate students as facilitators or note-takers. The role requires their presence from 9:00 am - 4:00 pm. We are especially eager to employ SFU students who can work comfortably in Mandarin and/or Cantonese, but we also will hire a few students to work at English-language dialogue tables. In addition to lunch, orientation and training in public engagement event facilitation and note-taking, each student will receive a $100 honorarium.
The public engagement process is under the leadership of the Minister of State for Trade, the Hon. George Chow. The project is guided by a Working Group of 22 community members. Previous community meetings were held in Vancouver, Kamloops, Nanaimo and Victoria.
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