Renforcer les communautés

Supporter le développement social à travers le changement

Les conseils de développement social

Les conseils de développement social existent pour bâtir et renforcer les communautés. Leur mission se concentre sur l’impact social et économique sur les individus, les familles et la communauté en général.

Notre vision

Une communauté saine, déterminée et bénéfique pour tous.

Notre mission

Le CDS favorise le changement social positif grâce au soutien, à l’innovation et à la facilitation.

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Summer Student Position – Data Entry/Data Analyst

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Summer Student Position
Data Entry/Data Analyst – Social Development Council
Cornwall, Ontario

Position Overview:
Over the past several months, the SDC has been developing a GIS data mapping project through ArcGIS software which combines several existing data sets into one easy to understand digital map. This project will help us to identify key community assets and potential gaps in community services. The project is still in its early stages but has already shown positive reactions and is being used for planning purposes.The map provides a visual of existing datasets made available from Community Partner Agencies and StatsCanada in order to create a dynamic tool to be used for social planning purposes.  The Social Development Council of Cornwall and Area, is looking for a highly motivated, dynamic, organized, and passionate summer student to complete data entry and analysis and continue this exciting project.

The position will report directly to the Executive Director of the Social Development Council.

Position Requirements:

  • College, University or high school level student
  • Motivated, passionate, confident, and able to work both independently and in a team
  • Familiar with technology
  • Experience with ArcGIS is an asset
  • Excellent written communication skills
  • Organized, with exceptional time-management skills
  • Basic Computer skills

In compliance with the funding eligibility requirements, applicants must also: be between 15 and 30 years of age at the start of the employment; have been registered as full-time students in the previous academic year and intend to return to school on a full-time basis in the next academic year; be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident, or person to whom refugee protection has been conferred under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act3; and, be legally entitled to work in Canada in accordance with relevant provincial/territorial legislation and regulations.

Remuneration: 30 hours per week for 8 weeks at $14 an hour. Position starts July 9, 2018 and ends August 31, 2018.

To apply to this posting, please send a cover letter, and resume to: no later than 4:00pm, Friday June 15th, 2018. Only applicants to be considered for the position will be contacted. Thank you!

About the Social Development Council
SDC exists to build and strengthen communities. Our mission is to Collaborate with partners to incubate, connect and strengthen social development enterprises across Cornwall Stormont, Dundas, Glengarry and Akwesasne.

Funded by Canada Summer Jobs Program

Événement à venir

Basic Income Forum — April 25th @ OPG (9am until noon)

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What is it?  Will it make a difference?  Join us for the discussion!

Guest speakers:

Rob Rainer:  Rob will speak to the meaning of basic income, to key principles for a truly progressive basic income in Canada, to options for funding a decent basic income, and to responding to key objections to basic income.

John Stapleton:  John will review the current income system and some of the problems it faces along with a profile of who is poor in Canada.

Richard Shillington:  Richard will highlight the arguments for a Basic Income as well as highlight the problems/hurdles one faces in implementing such a system.


Basic Income Forum Poster – April 25, 2018

Merci à nos supporters

Présentement, le CDS est financé par la Fondation Trillium de l’Ontario pour un terme de 2 ans.

Le CDS souhaite remercier la Fondation Trillium de l’Ontario pour son support!

Le Social Planning Network of Ontario (SPNO) est une coalition de conseils de planification sociale (CPS/CDS), de conseils de développement social (CDS), de centres de ressources et de comités de planification de diverses communautés à travers l’Ontario. Chacune des différentes organisations a son propre mandat, mais elles sont toutes reliées à la cause pour le changement des politiques, conditions et problèmes sociaux.

De récents fonds municipaux furent rendus disponibles au CDS par la ville de Cornwall et le ministère provincial des services sociaux et communautaires.