Volunteer Summer Camp Work

Evan’s Lake Camp In Squamish Looking for Summer Volunteer Workers

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Do you want to make a difference for youth learning to explore forests while having fun volunteering? Joining the Volunteer Work Crew is an excellent way to build your skill set, gain experience working in a dynamic camp environment, and meet amazing friends. The Volunteer Work Crew members are integral to our team and provide critical support for camp programs. Volunteers split their time between assisting programs, facilities, and food services staff.

Volunteers help clear trails, assist with supervising recreation areas like the boat dock and climbing wall,
join the program staff team to lead overnight hikes, and so much more – all in the same day! Given that volunteers, staff, and campers stay onsite at the Evans Lake Forest Education Centre while camp is in session, the action never stops and, accordingly, applicants should enjoy working in ever-changing work environments. High energy, patience, a can-do attitude, and a passion for forests & working with youth are a must!


  • Participate in the volunteer training sessions held on June 25th and 26th, 2022, with optional training June 27th – 29th, 2022
  • Assist program in areas like camper supervision, small games planning, overnight hike staffing, activity prep and clean up, office duties, photo/video and basic editing, and equipment maintenance and inventory
  • Assist facilities in areas like grounds maintenance, janitorial duties, and project support
  •  Assist food services with end-of-day lock up, dish washing, supervised food prep, and stocking food order


  • Must be available for at least two of the summer’s eight camp sessions as well as the mandatory training dates
  • Volunteers submit their availability on their application and, if accepted, will be scheduled no later than June 1st


  • Comply with Evans Lake’s policies & procedures
  • Take ownership for the safety of campers, fellow volunteers, and staff members
    Reporting and Evaluation
  • Volunteers report to the Volunteer Coordinator, who offers ongoing support and mentoring
  • Volunteers also receive mentoring & coaching from senior staff

    Required Certifications & Experience

  • First Aid Certificate (at minimum an 8-hour basic certificate that includes CPR)
  • There are limited spaces available on the team, so priority will be given to applicants who
    possess additional certifications and licenses (e.g. an advanced first aid certificate, Class 4 or 5 driver’s license, certifications for paddling, rock-climbing, and lifeguarding), and
    o are 17+ years old (16 is the minimum age for the Volunteer Work Crew, but priority is given to 17+yearolds)

    Additional Information:

  • ELFES is an equal opportunity employer. We are proud to uphold human rights, we value the inclusion of all members of our community, and we strive to create a safe and fun environment for everyone to explore forests

We acknowledge that Evans Lake is located near Ch’iyakmesh on the unceded territory of Skwxwú7mesh
Úxwumixw (Squamish Nation)

To apply: Fill out our online application form at http://bit.ly/2EwKBRB
* We acknowledge that, for some Volunteer Work Crew applicants, this may be your first significant volunteer work experience. Not only can this role be a rewarding one, but the opportunity to practice researching about volunteer roles and communicating with Evans Lake (as the program host) is excellent for building your general employment skills. In order to support that process for you (the applicants), and for confidentiality reasons, we can only discuss an application with the applicant (i.e. we cannot discuss an application with family members, representatives, or agents). If you have any questions about the role or any aspect of your application, please don’t hesitate to contact us at volunteercoordinator@evanslake.com


Mount Seymour Hiring for Holidays

Apply by December 10

Mt Seymour is Vancouver’s family owned and operated ski area delivering a relaxed West Coast feel only 30 minutes drive from downtown Vancouver. Work and play in one of the worlds premier cities on the mountain with the best community atmosphere while meeting new awesome people just like you along the way!

Title: Guest Experience Representative (Holiday Full time and ongoing Part-time)

Department: Guest Experience

Reports to: Guest Experience Supervisors & Managers


Reporting to the Guest Experience Supervisors, the Guest Experience Representative is responsible for performing the day-to-day tasks required in the operation of the Guest Experience department. Working in some or all areas of the department (including the Season Pass & Ticket Office, Rental Desk, Guest services Huts, and Snowplay ticket booth), the Guest Experience Representative will answer general inquiries about the products and services available and will process sales of passes, rentals, lessons & camps, and will ensure guest satisfaction.


You would enjoy helping our guests purchase their tickets and products in a quick and smooth process.

You work well in a fast paced and high-volume environment.

You can seamlessly complete tasks while dealing with challenging situations.

You are accurate with payment transactions.

You want to share the stoke with our guests and keep the energy high.


A positive and friendly attitude with excellent listening & communication skills.

Previous guest facing customer service experience.

Good computing skills and the capacity to learn new operating systems.

Available weekends and holidays, as well as some evenings.

Flexibility in your schedule during high volume periods of the winter season.

Ability to attend training December 10th, 2021.


Seasonal position, December thru to January 3rd with potential for ongoing part time.

Hourly wage.

Complimentary Season’s pass and shuttle bus pass.

Range of industry discounts and perks.

Mt Seymour is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.

To apply please submit a resume and cover letter to nbowden@mtseymour.ca indicating the position you are applying for or complete the online application form.

Constituency Youth Council

Interested in a career in politics?

Interested in how policies are made at the Federal level? Interested in sharing a youth perspective with your Member of Parliament?

Member of Parliament Terry Beech for Burnaby North-Seymour is renewing his non-partisan Constituency Youth Council this January, and applications are now open for students. This unique opportunity offers young people the chance to interact and network with political stakeholders, community leaders and work with community-based policy.

Here is the application link for interested students: https://forms.gle/p8ZcxR6VV4YQU8bg6

Hotel Management School – Junior Academy Opportunity

EHL Junior Academy Team

EHL – Ecole hôtelière de Lausanne – For over 125 years, EHL has pioneered the methods of Swiss hospitality education and set the standards of excellence in this field. Today, we combine the Swiss values of academic rigor and industry practice with creativity and innovation for modern hospitality management degrees that prepare graduates to lead the future of the industry and the world.

Register HERE


Career Exploration Day at AME Roundup – Tuesday Feb 1

Secondary Student Career Exploration Day at AME Roundup 2022

February 1, 2022 @Vancouver Convention Centre West
Description: In partnership with the Association for Mineral Exploration (AME) and Teck Resources Ltd, MineralsEd invites grade 10-12 students to join us on Tuesday, February 1, 2022, at the AME Roundup 2022 conference to explore the breadth of careers available to them within the mining and mineral exploration industry.

This program consists of two parts:

  1.  Career Panel: In the morning, secondary students will connect with early-career professionals who represent a range of sub-fields in the mining and mineral exploration industry (geology, environmental science, engineering, and business). Students will hear inspiring stories on the speakers’ experiences, education, and career pathways  – followed by a Q&A session. This portion of the event will be facilitated by MineralsEd Partner-Teacher Bruce Kiloh. This years’ career panelists are:
  2. Conference Tour: After lunch, students will be accompanied by volunteers to explore the vast conference trade show floor and have the opportunity to speak with representatives from mining and mineral exploration companies. Some highlights include gold panning with Yukon Dan, visiting AR mine sites, and the core shack.

This event is suitable for secondary students in grades 10-12 who have a special interest in Science, Geology, Earth Science, Environmental Science, and Geography; or for those who are interested in exploring different career pathways.

Registration Deadline: Friday, January 14, 2022

Date: Tuesday, February 1, 2022

Location: Vancouver Convention Centre West

Time: 9:00 am-3:00 pm

Important Notes: This is a full-day event. Lunch and snacks will be provided. Masks and hand sanitizer will be available to participants, but we strongly encourage you to bring your own. All conference attendees will have to show proof of double vaccination. Students wishing to attend must be nominated by a teacher using the form below. Parent/guardian permission is also required. Download the Parent/Guardian Consent Form here

What to Bring: Walking shoes, notebook, backpack, snacks and water, face mask, hand sanitizer, curiosity, and questions!

Visit our Flickr gallery for some of the highlights from 2020!

**ANY INTERESTED SEYCOVE STUDENTS should contact Mrs. Knapp to be nominated. 

StrongerBC Young Leaders Council – Applications Open

Special Advisor to the Premier on Youth Brittny Anderson and Minister Ravi Kahlon are pleased to announced that applications for the StrongerBC Young Leaders Council are open today.

The Council will provide direct and ongoing feedback to SA Brittny Anderson on the issues that matter most to young people and will serve for a 1-year term with the possibility of renewal. The Council is part of the StrongerBC Future Leaders package of supports for young British Columbians and also builds on our government’s commitment to an inclusive, innovative and sustainable economic recovery for everyone.

Please help share the news and encourage young people in your networks to apply now.  The deadline to apply is Wed, Oct 27th, 2021.

Apply now: www.gov.bc.ca/youngleaderscouncil

News release: https://news.gov.bc.ca/25478

RCMSAR2 Junior Recruits – Apply by October 12

Applications to RCMSAR2 Junior Program still being accepted!


Students need to meet the following criteria:

1) Must be 17 years of age by November 1st of the entry year (intake occurs every
2) Must be of good moral character and capable of working in a professional environment.
3) Must be capable of passing a vulnerable-sector criminal record check conducted by the
4) Must hold prerequisite certifications for entry into the program.
Upon application to the program, aspirants must be able to produce current, valid copies
of the following prerequisite certifications:
• A valid Class 5, Class 6 or Class 7 Driver’s License (DL)
• Standard First Aid (SFA)
• Pleasure Craft Operator’s Card (PCOC)
5) Must meet all RCMSAR fitness standards including mobility, swimming competency, and
body strength requirements. *

Welcome to Royal Canadian Marine Search and Rescue (RCMSAR) Station 2’s Junior Training
Program. The RCMSAR 2 Junior Program is a highly practical volunteer program which supports
building foundational skills as a SAR crewmember and fostering a passion for service to the
community. This program offers North Vancouver Youth aged 17-19 the opportunity to become
involved in Canada’s marine search and rescue (SAR) network, challenge their leadership
capabilities, and develop skills for future employment in a multitude of industries.
RCMSAR 2 Juniors are expected to embody the following four characteristics:

The RCMSAR 2 Junior Program is designed to provide students with the opportunity to build
skills as a marine first responder before even graduating high school. Royal Canadian Marine
Search and Rescue volunteers are passionate about what they do, and see the Junior Program
as a means to share invaluable life skills and experiences with youth. Whether Juniors are
interested in careers in emergency services, law enforcement, medicine or any number of the
marine trades available across sectors, the program is designed to inspire life-long volunteers to
be involved in their community and have an impact in improving the lives and safety of others. A
number of our Junior Program members have joined the program initially because they wish to
build new skills, challenge themselves, and explore new horizons.

Application form