Umoja Community Mosaic is a growing Calgary non-profit organization.

Soccer Without Boundaries was founded in 2010 as a drop-in soccer club to help immigrant and low-income children get involved in their community. Now known as Umoja Community Mosaic, we have grown and introduced programs like our culturally appropriate food pantry and delivery, after-school programs, tutoring, and anti-racism and inclusion initiatives.

We are currently accepting applications for:

Community Inclusion Worker

Are you passionate about inclusivity and looking to make an impact in the not-for-profit world?

Umoja Community Mosaic is looking to add a Community Inclusion Worker to the team in Calgary, Alberta. Reporting to the Anti-Racism Coordinator, you will be responsible for engaging youth and their families and continuing the work of inclusivity services to the communities Umoja serves.

Click here for more details and to apply

Learning Support Volunteer/Tutor
Volunteer as a learning partner in one of our community partner programs in Calgary, AB. Choose to work one-on-one or in group settings with children or youth. Work directly with learners on their homework assignments, life skills, and other engaging, inclusive, and fun learning activities. On average, tutors spend 1-3 hours per week volunteering. Programs are located in SE, SW, NE, & NW Calgary. Virtual options may also be available.

– An inclusive, respectful approach to working with learners, that prioritizes the learner’s strengths and goals
– A solution-oriented and flexible attitude, as every session can be different
– No teaching or education experience is necessary – our volunteers come from many different backgrounds and experiences!
– Willingness to commit to a regular tutoring schedule and show up for all sessions

What you’ll receive:

– Gain experience working with communities in alternative learning settings, which can present unique challenges and rewards. You will not only build a relationship with program learners and fellow volunteers, but also with our community partners.
– Receive training focused on student-centered individualized learning and anti-oppression, as well as ongoing support from staff, and engagement with your fellow tutors.
– We can provide a reference after 3 months of volunteering, and you can also be added to our internal email list to receive updates on employment postings.

Part-time hours: 1-3 hours per week
Please note that a Vulnerable Sector Police Check must be completed prior to starting the volunteer position.

For more information, please contact Megan Kimler:; Volunteer Specialist at Umoja Community Mosaic