Canlan North Shore-Paid Hockey Camps


We are looking for Seasonal Hockey Camp Staff!
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Where: Canlan North Shore
When: Spring Break, Summer Break, Winter Break
Our Camp Staff consistently provide exceptional customer experiences through the execution / delivery of full day hockey camps. It is important to note that all camps include both on ice and off ice activities.
We are looking for someone who has:
          Willing and able to work flexible hours
          Team oriented
          Enjoy working with children
          Great people and relationship skills
          Strong leadership skills
          Strong communicator
          Excellent organizational skills
          Strong work ethic
          Past coaching / instructor experience preferred
          Have a general understanding of the game of hockey and its fundamental skills.
          Previous playing experience is an asset (any level)
          Willing to learn and develop yourself as a coach / instructor
What the job entails:
          Assisting the Lead On-Ice instructors with set up & execution of drills and demonstrations.
          Assisting the Lead Off Ice instructors with set up & execution of skills, drills and activities.
          Responsible for supervising / leading campers throughout the day from Sign In (8:30am) to Sign Out (4:30pm)
          Complete hourly head counts
          Assist campers with gearing up and gearing down, before and after ice sessions.
If you are interested and would like to apply to join the team and be a seasonal Hockey Camp Staff, please email and type in the subject line: 2020 Camp Staff so I’ll know what you’re applying for. Also remember to include a resume!

UBC Engineering for Girls.

Engineering events for girls!

UBC Engineering is making a difference in the world. Our Professors, students and alumni are devising solutions to real-world issues. Whether it is finding solutions for the climate emergency at the Clean Energy Research Centre, helping rebuild communities after international emergencies, like alumni Sara Badiei, or simply taking an Electrical Engineering course (ELEC 371) to develop hands-on solutions for medical procedures such as hip replacements. Engineering takes what we have learned from science and applies that knowledge to help people and improve the world around us.

We know that many of the girls that choose to study engineering do so because they want to make a difference and help people. UBC Engineering is encouraging even more girls to explore engineering as a career option and we hope you will help by sharing these exciting opportunities.

Engineering Explorations allows girls in Grades 8-12 to explore engineering as a career and participate in a full-day of hands-on engineering workshops. Find out more info and register here!

Feb 1, 2020: Grade 11
Feb 22, 2020: Grade 10
Mar 14, 2020: Grade 8

Changing the World: Engineering the Future is a full-day event allowing girls in Grade 10-12 to explore why engineering is an amazing career for women who want to change the world by solving engineering challenges and previewing what UBC Engineering student life is like.

Saturday, March 28, 2020
9:00am to 4:00pm
UBC Vancouver Campus

Free, lunch is included
Register here

Technovation Girls equips young women ages 10-18 with the skills to become tech entrepreneurs and leaders. With the support of volunteer mentors, girls work in teams to code mobile apps that address real-world problems they’ve identified.
The final pitch for Technovation happens in May, but we’ve got some events to help get students started. Find more information and register here!

February 7, 2020: Ideation and App Development Workshop hosted at The Garage – Microsoft Vancouver

March 6, 2020: Ideation and App Development Workshop hosted at The Garage – Microsoft Vancouver

April 17, 2020: How to Pitch Workshop hosted at The Garage – Microsoft Vancouver

Girl Powered Design Club is an all-girl STEM club for Grades 8-10. Girls will gain experience with hands-on activities, engineering design projects, and student competitions. Find more information and register here!
We also offer the MiniGeers Girls Club  for Grades 1-3 and the Codemakers Girl Club for Grades 4-7.
Saturday clubs start January 25, 2020, registration will remain open, space permitting.


UBC Geering Up Engineering Outreach.


Junior Instructor Program

Junior Instructors will work closely with two instructors to deliver hands-on and engaging STEM programming for up to 30 kids anywhere from grades 1 – 12. This position can satisfy the 30 hours of Work Experience/Community Service requirement for graduation.

UBC Geering Up Engineering Outreach

Room 160 – 3800 Wesbrook Mall, UBC V6S 2L9

604-822-2858 |

Junior Instructor – Job Description (Camps)


Description of Organization

UBC Geering Up Engineering Outreach is a non-profit, student-run organization, dedicated to promoting science, engineering, and technology to the children and youth of British Columbia through fun, innovative, and hands-on experiments and projects. Geering Up also strives to reach all children and youth, regardless of gender, ethnicity, culture, or socio-economic status. More information about Geering Up is available here.


Job Summary

Our Junior Instructors support our Instructors in teaching week-long STEM day-camps up to 30 youth each week of the summer. Camps will be held at UBC Vancouver, South Surrey, North Vancouver, North Delta, and Richmond. We encourage applicants who will be entering Grade 10 or above in the fall of 2020 to apply.


Under the guidance of the Instructors, Junior Instructors are required to:


1.  Act as a role model at camps and events

2.  Support instructors and engage with participants during volunteering hours

3.  Develop a STEM-Themed activity once during the camp week

4.  Follow safety and risk management policies and ensure every participant is safe and having fun

5.  Help with camp material prep work

6.  Perform other duties, as requested by the Instructors



Junior Instructors will be supervised by Camp Instructors during volunteering hours. Junior Instructors will maintain communication with the Volunteer Student Assistants regarding training, scheduling, reference letters, and other camp-related questions.



Studio in the City

Studio in the City

Studio in the City is looking for a new crew of talented youth to create our next amazing mural art project in the City. Applications will be accepted from April 1 to May 15, 2020.

Studio in the City is an annual program that provides youth ages 15 – 19 with opportunities to apprentice in the arts on various canvases and landscapes throughout the City of North Vancouver. Studio in the City is a City of North Vancouver youth employment program that partners with supporters of the arts; including Lonsdale Quay Market, Artists for Kids, and the Digital Media Academy. If you are interested in the years program contact us at