Summer Camp 2016


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On embauche – We’re hiring

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Job Opportunity for student: Summer Event Coordinator

Project 10 is looking for a bilingual, self-directed, motivated and organized student to work in a team-based structure. Project 10 welcomes the contributions that individuals from marginalized communities bring to our organization, and invites indigenous people, people of colour, women, gays, lesbians, and bisexuals, transgender and transsexual people, people with disabilities, and working class people to apply. Please indicate in your cover letter if you would like to be considered for employment equity.


The position is CANADA SUMMER JOBS (CSJ) contract. To be eligible you must be between 15 and 30 years old. Eligible applicants also need to have been a full time student during the past academic year, and be returning to school full time in the fall.


Some important tasks for Summer Event Coordinator include:

  • Attending and animating drop-in on Thursday nights to meet participating youth and assess the needs of this population. Drop-in animation involves a significant amount of youth intervention work, whether formalized and scheduled or ad-hoc (supportive listening, referrals, conflict resolution, negotiation and renegotiation of group norms, and intervening when group norms are violated)
  • Working with the staff team and youth volunteers from diverse communities to plan an inclusive and participative 3 day camp for LGBTTIQ youth.
  • Liaising with other youth-focused queer groups to assist with the planning of Project 10’s participation in the Pride Parade (Fierté), and Community day.


Required skills / Relevant Experience:

  • Experience working with youth
  • Experience providing support, for example Active Listening, Counselling, Peer Support, etc.
  • Experience co-ordinating summer camps, or similar projects.
  • Knowledge of French and English (written, spoken).
  • Knowledge of LGBTQ youth realities, as well as knowledge of intersectionality, anti-oppression, harm-reduction
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Experience working autonomously and collaboratively with a small team, as well as partnering with other organizations
  • Work experience or studies in a related domain


Who we are:

Project 10 is a bilingual community organization that works to promote the personal, social, sexual and mental well-being of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, transsexual, two-spirit, asexual, intersex, queer and questioning youth and adults ages 14-25.


Through advocacy and education, using a harm reduction approach, Project 10 aims to facilitate the empowerment of youth at individual, community, and institutional levels with a particular emphasis on supporting individuals and groups who experience multiple and intersecting oppressions. For more information visit our website at


Contract Details:

The position is full-time for a duration of 7 weeks, exact work schedule is to be determined. This contract goes from July 4th to August 22nd. Note that you will need to work everyday around the summer camp period, from July 4th to July 10th. You will get to take time off with the time you accumulate.


To Apply :

Please forward your CV and cover letter, to, by Monday, June 22nd at 5pm. Only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted. Feel free to contact us to know more about the compensation for this job.

Emploi d’été étudiant :Coordonnateur ou coordonnatrice des événements d’été


Projet 10 est à la recherche d’un.e étudiant.e bilingue, dynamique, autonome et organisé.e dans une structure basée sur le travail d’équipe. Projet 10 reconnaît la contribution des personnes s’identifiant aux communautés marginalisées, et invite les personnes autochtones, les personnes de couleur, les femmes, les gais, les lesbiennes, les personnes bisexuelles, trans, en situation de handicap et des classes populaires, à postuler.


Projet 10, en tant qu’organisation jeunesse, invite tout particulièrement les candidatures de personnes se situant dans ou près du groupe d’âge cible de l’organisme (14-25 ans). Veuillez indiquer dans votre lettre de présentation si vous souhaitez être considéré.e dans le cadre des politiques d’équité en emploi.


Cet emploi est possible grâce à EMPLOI D’ÉTÉ CANADA. Pour être éligible, vous devez avoir entre 15 et 30 ans. Les candidat.e.s doivent également avoir été é à temps plein durant la dernière année scolaire et retournent aux études à temps plein à l’automne.


Certaines tâches principales du coordonnateur.trice des événements d’été incluent :

– Assister et animer les drop-in du jeudi soir.

– Travailler avec les employé.es et les bénévoles pour planifier un camp participatif et inclusif pour les jeunes LGBTTIQ.

– Réseauter avec les autres groupes jeunesse LGBTTIQ afin de planifier la participation de Projet 10 au défilé de la Fierté et à la Journée communautaire.


Compétences recherchées :

  • Expérience de travail avec des jeunes.
  • Expérience de soutien (soutien aux pairs, écoute active, counseling, etc.).
  • Expérience de gestion d’un camp de jour ou tout autre projet d’envergure similaire.
  • Connaissance du français et de l’anglais (oral et écrit).
  • Connaissance des réalités LGBTQ à Montréal, et des notions d’intersectionnalité, de la réduction des méfaits et de l’approche anti-oppression.
  • Expérience de travail autonome, et de collaboration avec une petite équipe.
  • Expérience ou études dans un domaine relié.


Qui nous sommes :

Projet 10 est un organisme communautaire bilingue qui travaille à promouvoir le bien-être personnel, social, sexuel et mental des personnes lesbiennes, gaies, bisexuelles, transgenres, transsexuelles, bi-spirituelles, asexuées, intersexes, queers et en questionnement de 14 à 25 ans. Grâce à l’éducation et à la défense des droits, en utilisant une approche de réduction des méfaits, Projet 10 vise à faciliter l’empowerment des jeunes aux niveaux individuel, communautaire et institutionnel par le biais du soutien aux personnes et aux groupes vivant des situations d’oppressions multiples et entrecroisées. Pour plus d’information, visitez notre site Web au


Détails du contrat :

Pour ce poste, P10 s’attend à un engagement à temps plein pour une durée de 7 semaines, l’horaire de travail est à déterminer. Le contrat est du 4 juillet au 22 août. Note qu’il va falloir que tu travailles chaque jour durant la semaine du camp soit du 4 au 10 juillet mais tu pourras prendre le temps accumulé en congé après.


Pour postuler:

Veuillez faire parvenir votre CV et lettre de motivation à, d’ici lundi 22 juin à 17h00. Nous contacterons uniquement les candidat.e.s sélectionné.e.s pour une entrevue. N’hésite pas à nous contacter pour connaître le taux horaire pour cet emploi.

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Become a P10 Board Member! Joinez la Conseil d’Administration de Projet 10!

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Want to make a real impact in the lives of trans*, queer, and LGB youth in Montreal? Passionate or curious about real applications of harm reduction and empowerment philosophies? Looking for experience in non-profit grassroots administration?
The Project 10 Board of Directors needs your passion, time, and skills!

Project 10 works to promote the personal, social, sexual and mental well being of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, transsexual, intersex, and questioning youth and adults aged 14-25.

As a registered non-profit, P10 is governed by a Board of Directors, made up of 11 members. We have 3-5 open spots on the Board, including two dedicated to those who fit our youth mandate (25 and under).

What does the Board do?
-Oversee the organization as a whole, including development and changes
-Support the P10 staff
-Develop fundraising strategies, and help fundraise for the org
-Hire P10 staff
-Liaise with L’Asterisk and other LGBTQ organizations
-Create P10 financials and budgets
-Eat snacks

P10 is growing to meet increased demands from youth, so this is a very exciting time to be involved. You’ll be part of visioning and implementing a mission-driven, sustainable future for LGBTQ youth programming and support.

Besides the satisfaction of making a difference, there are perks to being a P10 board member:
-lots of new social connections!
-Board trainings, in things such as harm reduction, communication, and conflict mediation
-experience in non-profit grassroots administration
-exposure to new ideas and networks

What kind of time commitment does being a Board member require?
We are a working Board. This means that Board members have important hands-on roles, working to help coordinate P10 as an organization. Each member is an important part of how such a tiny org can do such important work. Board members are asked to give a time commitment of about 2-3 hours a week. This includes a monthly Board meeting, and sitting on a range of committees (fundraising, human resources, budget, etc), as well as completing tasks related to these meetings. We will also be having a Board orientation during the summer, as well as strategic planning session(s) in the fall (likely a weekend in October). Members serve a two year term.

Who are we looking for? We’re looking for all sorts of people who demonstrate an interest in P10 and its’ mission and services! In particular, we are super eager about some skills, such as:

– Experience in Project Management
– Experience in and/or familiarity with QTPOC communities in Montreal
– Excitement about and/or experience with donor-based fundraising
– Media and/or communications buffs
– Website design/admin/maintenance skills
– General admin skills
– Fluency in French and comfort with translation
– Experience/interest in organizational development stuff like:
o Program evaluation/needs assessments techniques
o Policy development
o Strategic Planning

I’m in! how do I sign up?

First: Send an email to to express interest! Feel free to get in touch with questions or thoughts, and a current Board member would be happy to chat with you!

Second, come to our Annual General Meeting, which will be taking place on June 9, at 630pm, at 1575 Amherst, where we will be voting in new Board members!

Tu veux faire un impact réel dans la vie des jeunes trans*, queer, et LGB à Montréal? T’es passionné.e ou curieux au sujet de la réduction des méfaits et des philosophies d’autonomisation? Tu cheches une expérience dans l’administration d’organismes à but non lucratif?
Le Conseil d’administration de projet 10 a besoin de ta passion, ton temps et tes compétences!

Projet 10 travaille à promouvoir le bien-être personnel, social, sexuel et mental des jeunes et adultes lesbiennes, gays,, transgenres, transsexuel.les, intersexué.es, et bispirituel.les et en questionnement âgé.es entre 14 et 25 ans.

En tant qu’organisme à bu non-lucratif et charité enregistrée, P10 est régie par un conseil d’administration, composé de 11 membres. Nous avons 3-5 poste ouverts au conseil, dont deux dédiés à ceux.celles qui répondent à notre mandat de jeunesse (25 ans et moins).

Quelles sont les tâches du conseil?
– Superviser l’organisation dans son ensemble, y compris le développement et les changements
– Soutenir le personnel de P10
– Développer les stratégies de collecte de fonds et aide à recueillir des fonds pour l’orgasime
– Recruter le personnel de P10
– Liaiser avec L’Asterisk et d’autres organisations LGBTQ
– Créer le budget et gérer les finances de P10
– Manger des snacks

P10 croît de plus en plus pour répondre à des besoins accrues de la jeunesse, c’est donc un moment très excitant pour être impliqué.e. Tu seras partie prenante dans la mise en œuvre d’un avenir durable quant à la programmation des activités de P10 et le soutien des jeunes LGBTQ.

Tu feras une diférence et tu profiteras d’un nombre d’avantages en tant que membre du conseil d’administration de P10:
– Tu vas former pleins de connections
– Tu auras accès aux formations du conseil, dont une formation sur la réduction des méfaits, la communication, la médiation des conflits, etc.
– Tu acquieras de l’expérience dans l’administration d’organismes à but non-lucratif et tu seras exposé.e à pleins de nouvelles idées et réseaux.

Quel serait mon engagement en tant que membre du CA?

Nous sommes un conseil qui travaille fort. Les membres du CA ont d’importantes tâches: i.elles travaillant pour aider à coordonner P10. Un engagement d’environ 2 à 3 heures par semaine est requis. Cela comprend une réunion mensuelle du conseil d’administration, la participation dans plusieurs comités (comité de financement, ressources humaines, budgétaire, etc.), et des tâches reliées à l’organisation de réunions. Nous aurons aussi une orientation du conseil au cours de l’été, ainsi que des sessions de planification stratégique à l’automne (probablement un week-end en Octobre). Les membres ont un mandat de deux ans.

Qui recherchons-nous? Nous recherchons des personnes avec toute sorte de compétences et qui font preuve d’un intérêt à P10 et sa mission et ses services! Nous recherchons les compétences suivantes en particulier:
Expérience en gestion de projet
Expérience et / ou familiarité avec les communautés QTPOC à Montréal
Intêret et / ou de l’expérience en collecte de fonds
Compétences de conception / administration / entretien de site web
Compétences d’administration générale
Maîtrise du français et un confort en traduction
Expérience / intérêt pour le développement d’organismes, par example:
L’évaluation des programmes / besoins techniques des évaluations
Elaboration des politiques
Planification stratégique

Je suis super interessé.e! comment puis-je m’inscrire?

1) Envois un courriel à et raconte nous un peu ton intérêt!

N’hésites pas à nous poser des questions ou partager tes idées,. Un membre du conseil d’administration actuel serait d’en parler avec toi!

2) Viens à notre assemblée générale annuelle, qui aura lieu le 9 Juin, à 6h30PM, au 1575 Amherst, où nous allons voter pour élire les nouveaux membres du conseil d’administration!

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February at drop-in

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Nice to meet you!

IMG_20160107_142203Hi! I’m Cam, the new Fundraising and Admin Co-Coordinator at P10! I’m so excited to be coming in as the organization moves into its 25th year. I’m looking forward to getting to know all of you, the people who make Project 10 such a vibrant, vital resource for LGBTQ youth in Montreal and across Quebec! If you’re a current or past participant, board member, donor, volunteer, or supporter, don’t hesitate to get in touch to tell me about what makes P10 special to you, and what your dreams for the future of the organization are.
This year will be full of activities and celebrations, which means lots ways for us to get to know each other and raise money together so we can keep strengthening and expanding the crucial ways P10 supports LGBTQ youth.

To donate now:


Be a part of history! Share your story about how you’ve connected with P10 and what the org has meant to you for our 25th anniversary history project:

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January Drop-in

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Horaire des Fêtes 

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Deadline closed — We are hiring!

ASSEMBLAGE_PANO_24mm copieJob Offer: Fundraising and Administrative Coordinator

20 hours/week  


Project 10 is looking for a fundraising and administrative coordinator. This offer is for a permanent position at 20 hours a week.

Project 10 encourages people who identify as indigenous, racialized, People of Colour, trans, gender non-conforming, people with (dis)ability(es)*, working class, HIV+,  migrant, women, queer, lesbian, bisexual, asexual in particular to apply. Project 10 encourages those that are near our age mandate (14-25) apply. (Unfortunately, those under 18 are not eligible, nor are current or recent P-10 service users.) Project 10 seeks someone who has excellent French skills, with the ability to work in English as needed. (*Project 10 is not located in a  wheelchair accessible space, but in progress)


Who are we:

Project 10 works to promote the personal, social, sexual and mental well being of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, transsexual, two-spirit, intersex and questioning youth and, adults 14-25. Through advocacy and education, using a harm reduction approach, Project 10 aims to facilitate the empowerment of youth at individual, community, and institutional levels with a particular emphasis on supporting individuals and groups who experience multiple and intersecting oppressions. Services are free of charge, confidential and anonymous, and are offered in English and French.


Fundraising (60%):

The employee will be in charge of all Project 10 fundraising. Using the “Fundraising for Social Change” approach, the employee will develop and implement fundraising strategies (donor relations, event planning, grant writing).

The employee will actively lead private donor campaigns, and support Board and stakeholder participation.

Financial and Administrative Management (30%):

The employee is responsible for the financial planning and management of the organization

The employee coordinates “end of year,” and is responsible for maintaining administrative records.

The employee shares day-to-day office responsibilities with the Co-coordinator

Support  Work (10%)

Provide support and advocacy to LGBTQ+ youth 14-25, parents, and professionals in person, by phone and internet working using anti-oppression, harm-reduction, and active listening

Develop and facilitate workshops and presentations with co-coordinator or interns

Skills and Experience:

  • Experience and enthusiasm with fundraising (with emphasis on donor based fundraising), familiarity with “Fundraising for Social Change.”
  • Excellent French skills (written, spoken), ability to function in English (written, spoken)
  • Familiarity with grant writing and researching process
  • Experience in non-profit financial management
  • Knowledge of LGBTQ youth realities, as well as knowledge of intersectionality, anti-oppression, harm-reduction
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Experience working autonomously and collaboratively with a small team, as well as partnering with other organizations
  • Experience with Nationbuilder (an asset)
  • 3 years work experience or studies in a related domain


Salary begins at 19.37 $/hour with annual indexation. Employees are eligible for health days, vacation, and 1000$ annually in health and wellness expenses.

To Apply:

Please send your cover letter and CV to . Application can also be mailed or dropped off in person. Only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted. Candidate is expected to begin January 5th2016.  Application deadline: December 1  (midnight) 2015.

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