Positions open to volunteers who identify as female, trans, and gender non-binary
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Counselling Team Member
*No musical experience required
In addition to offering music instruction, Girls Rock Camp Toronto offers music and non- music related workshops! As a workshop leader you will be required to design and facilitate a one-hour workshop that will be delivered to 30 campers between the ages of 8-16. Campers will have different preferred learning styles. Workshops should therefore be adaptable and reflect a variety of ages, learning styles, and be balanced between discussion and activity, sitting and moving around, etc. Your workshop should also connect strongly to the Girls Rock Camp Toronto mission and mandate. Past workshops facilitated have included songwriting, zine making, media literacy, fat positivity and performance 101 etc.
Time commitment: Workshop Leaders must be available on one day between Monday- Friday for 1 hour, generally in the afternoon. Exact schedule TBD
*No musical experience required, knowledge of musical equipment an asset
Although we are all roadies at GRCT, we need a lead roadie who will oversee all things gear-related. The lead roadie is in charge of keeping track of all of our gear! You will help organize us to set up, break down, and move and keep track of equipment throughout the week. If someone has gear-related questions, our lead roadie should be able to help. This position requires a commitment for the full week of camp. A few pre- and post-camp hours may also be required.
The volunteer sound technician takes care of the live sound at the Tranzac during the week for campers, lunchtime bands, workshop presentations, and at at the showcase concerts. During the weeks at the Sony Centre, the Sound Tech will liaise with Sony Centre staff on GRCT technical needs.
Positions open to individuals of any gender identity and expression
As a roadie you will help to set up and tear down on the day of the Showcase Concert! Please note that this position requires heavy lifting.
This is a great position for anyone wanting to help out on the afternoon of the Showcase Concert! Tasks can include, camper support, ticket sales, ushering, security, stage managing, clean-up and whatever else might come up! Time commitment: The Sunday following camp. These hours are flexible between 12:00pm and 5:00pm.
Document the camp experience throughout the week, take official band photos and photograph the showcase. This position requires a commitment for the full week of camp; however, times of day are flexible except for showcase and showcase preparation.
Only got a few hours to spare? Help prepare lunches, as well as set up and maintain eating space. Time commitment: Kitchen Patrol must be available for two hours in the mornings (exact schedule t.b.d.)