Come work with us!

Hello friends,
We’ve been on hiatus for the past year, fundraising and planning. We’re so excited to receive funding and now have the ability to hire a part-time, contracted Program Coordinator. Our goal is to engage young women of colour in the creative and arts sector through mentorship workshops, but another path is to support our colleagues through paid employment. Our Program Coordinator position is looking for someone like you — sharing similar values around the intersection of feminism and diversity, and who energetic and organized. You’ll be part of team, joining our meetings, eating snacks with us, and promoting and planning our next cohort in 2019.

Details are here

Apply by October 13, 2018.


The Future is You and Me - Program Coordinator

Start date:  November 2018
Contract length: 45 hours
Weekly hours: flexible + 6 sessions x 3-4 hours
Reports to: Kristin Cheung and Megan Lau, co-founders
Compensation: $1,000 + overtime, if applicable
Work location: Remotely, at program venue, and with some meetings at locations TBD


The Future Is You and Me Program Coordinator is a new role for this unique leadership program. In its third iteration, The Future is now seeking support to evolve the program and make its offerings more robust, organized, accessible and impactful. The Coordinator will lead outreach and support communications and promotion for the program. They are also key in facilitating a supportive and welcoming environment for participants and speakers.

This individual will work closely with Megan Lau and Kristin Cheung, the co-founders of the program.

The Future Is You and Me is a program designed to support young women of colour to take on leadership positions in creative and arts organizations. Our goal is to engage a group of young and creative women to build skills through mentorship and workshops facilitated by the leaders of today. The program will also provide networking opportunities for participants to form relationships with established creative professionals.

The successful candidate must be available from 10am-3pm on all five workshop days. The schedule for the Winter 2019 cohort will be:

  • Saturday, January 12

  • Saturday, January 19

  • Saturday, January 26

  • Saturday, February 2

  • Saturday, February 9

Priorities/key tasks:

  • Outreach - Promote workshops to educational institutions, youth organizations, women-oriented/feminist organizations (locally/nationally), student unions and clubs.

  • Social media - Documenting and sharing program activities; documenting participants stories (through photo and video)

  • Participant and speaker engagement - Supporting people and culture stuff!

  • Administrative support / Supply pickups - Coordinating food and facilitation materials for each workshop day. Administrative tasks as needed, including: assisting with post-workshop surveys, supporting future grant/funding applications

What you bring to the role:

  • You are a woman of colour and are passionate about supporting equity in the arts

  • Previous experience working with youth

  • Some experience with marketing and communication, with an interest to develop skills

  • Strong organizational skills

  • Professionalism and strong interpersonal skills

  • You are proactive and able to learn and work independently


  • Opportunity to develop program with the co-founders

  • Access to all speakers and workshops

  • Connections with participants, speakers, and extended program network

  • Leadership opportunities

To apply, please submit:

  • a cover letter

  • résumé

  • links to a project or something that you’re proud of (e.g. portfolio, a piece of writing, media coverage, social media presence, etc.)

…. to with the subject line “Application - Program Coordinator.”