Second call: Recruitment of volunteer head coaches, assistant coaches and managers for the 2023 edition of Team Eastern Door and the North

With the upcoming North American Indigenous Games (NAIG) to be held in Kjipuktuk (Halifax) and Millbrook First Nation in Nova Scotia on July 15 to 23, 2023, the First Nations of Quebec and Labrador Health and Social Services Commission (FNQLHSSC) is launching a second call to recruit volunteer head coaches, assistant coaches and managers who will be responsible for preparing and supporting the athletes of Team Eastern Door and the North.

The table below indicates the sports and positions that still need to be filled.

Note that these positions can only be filled by people aged 21 years and over.

For more information on sports disciplines, certifications and prerequisites, please click here. Each sport displays the technical specifications.

Anyone interested in one of these positions may apply by completing the following NAIG 2023 application form Formulaire de candidature JAAN 2023 / NAIG 2023 Staff registration form 

Please do not hesitate to share this call with your respective networks. If you have any questions, contact Tatyana Chittspattio-Nadeau at tnadeau@cssspnql.com or 418-842-1540, extension 2709.

Additional information

The NAIG is a multi-sport and multi-disciplinary event involving more than 5,000 young Indigenous athletes from Canada and the United States aged 12-19 years in fourteen traditional and modern sports.

The FNQLHSSC coordinates the participation of Team EDN that will represent the Quebec region at this event.

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