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Sustainability and Social Justice Advocates... on bicycles! - The Otesha Project

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Organization: The Otesha Project
Job Title:Sustainability and Social Justice Advocates... on bicycles!
Deadline: 4/30/2015: Expired
Location:Vancouver, British Columbia


The Otesha Project is recruiting for our 2015 cycling and performing tours! The Otesha Project uses interactive workshops, theatre presentations, experiential learning activities and bicycle tours to engage people of all ages to take action for a more fair and sustainable future - for people and the planet. Otesha's 2015 Couriers of Hope Tours

  • West Coast Tour -- May 2-June 24, 2015 Join this two-month velo-odyssey along Canada's stunning West Coast as you wind your way through rural and urban British Columbia. Explore local sustainability initiatives and bring Otesha's funky brand of eco-education to schools, performing the interactive theatre piece "Cycling Through Change" and facilitating workshops to over 4,000 students.
  • Pedal to Plate Tour (Ontario) -- July 18-26, 2015 Spend nine days cycling through the intricate foodscape of the Greater Toronto Area with new friends, discovering the flavours of the food that grows in your own backyard. Meet farmers at the forefront of the local food movement, and pick up a fresh set of culinary skills with the tour's Food Coordinator. Contribute to local farms through workshares, cook for each other with local ingredients and explore the politics of feeding ourselves as you meet with food producers, academics, First Nations and activists.
  • East Coast Tour -- September 5-October 28, 2015 Let the cliffs, culture, and concentration of sea life in Canada's majestic Maritimes fuel your passion for sustainability and social justice. A week of training in bicycle skills, interactive theatre, community engagement and facilitation techniques prepares your team to spark dialogue with thousands of students using Otesha's play "Cycling Through Change" and "Action Addict" workshop. Wind your way around the Bay of Fundy and through the Annapolis Valley, learning from the Mi'kmaq, anglophone and Acadian communities that welcome you.

  • Experience and Qualifications

    What we are looking for: We are looking for curious, dedicated and adventuresome people interested in deepening their knowledge of environmental and social issues, gaining skills in public engagement and youth empowerment, experimenting with pedal-powered transport, and having a blast with their mind-expanding, community-weaving, spandex-clad team of inspiring individuals. Not friends with your bike yet? Fear not! No previous cycling tour experience necessary, just a willingness to give it a go!

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