Current Employment Opportunities

All employment opportunities for summer 2022 are closed. Consider joining our team in 2023!

Follow us on https://beacons.ai/thegoproject for updates. 

    Applicant FAQs

    Do I need to be a member of the United Church to apply?

    No! We consider ourselves an ecumenical organization and would love people of other faiths to join our team. If you are not a member of a specific religion or denomination, please feel free to also apply, as long as you have the comfortability of talking with participants and fellow staff about faith and spirituality.

    Do I need to have experience working with children and youth to apply?

    To be site staff or office staff, no – just a desire! To be a coordinator or curriculum designer, yes you will need at least two years of leadership experience. Hiring may be conditional on completing a level 2 police records check.

    What is the application process?

    Please read over our job descriptions to see if you are being called to a position and if you are please send in your resume and cover letter to alana@thegoproject.ca by the deadline. Interviews will follow.

    I am a returning staff, what do I need to do to apply?

    Please discern if you feel called to the same role you had in previous years, or to a new role. Send along an updated resume and a cover letter explaining your discernment and call to come back to GO.

    Application Deadline 2022: Closed

    Canada Summer Job Grants


    All positions listed are funded through the Canada Summer Jobs program. All applicants must:

    • be between 15 and 30 years of age at the beginning of the employment period
    • be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident, or person to whom refugee protection has been conferred under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act for the duration of the employment; and,
    • have a valid Social Insurance Number at the start of employment and be legally entitled to work in Canada in accordance with relevant provincial or territorial legislation and regulations.