Pedalheads bike, swim and sport program


Below you will find some details about the requirements for our paid instructor position. We also have volunteer opportunities available for students who do not meet our age requirements.

Over the years we have hired thousands of high school students from local lower mainland schools and this is because of school leaders like you!

For Summer, we are looking for students in grades 10-12 to apply with us as paid instructors (Must be turning at least 16 by December 31). We are also seeking volunteers from grades 8-12.


Details of the paid instructor position:

Instruct children from the beginner biking stage all the way to more advanced skill levels (road riding and mountain biking)

If students are able to ride a bike there will be a place for them to work as instructors (They do not have to be experts!)

Must be available to work all of July

Must be available from 8 am – 4 pm each day

First Aid is a major asset

Must have access to a bike and helmet

Perks of the job:

Great addition to resume

Great experience working with kids

Work outside

Ride a bike at work!

Work with friends

Make some money over the break

Receive a reference letter upon work completion

***While opportunities exist, all applicants will receive an invitation to attend a group interview or phone interview!***

To apply to work at Pedalheads, students can fill out a quick application form online at the following link:

Details of the volunteer position:

Volunteers (Jr. Instructors) will assist instructors with teaching kids of various biking skill levels (ex. Setting up obstacle courses and riding with classes)

Must be available for at least one full week of  camps

All those that apply to become volunteers (grade 8’s and 9’s) will be accepted!

If you have any questions, please feel free to email me at or alternatively you can reach me at 604-874-6464.

To apply to volunteer with Pedalheads, students can fill out a quick application form online at the following link: 

Ashley Coe, B.C. Hiring Coordinator


bike, swim, & sport programs for kids

t: 1.888.886.6464
s: @pedalheads

AquaCamps Leader Vancouver Aquarium

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Youth Work Experience AquaCamps Leader

Summer Break 2019

Information sessions are on April 15, 24, 30.

Students must attend an information session to be considered.

Role summary:

You will have an excellent opportunity to gain experience working with children aged 4-12 in an educational setting, work on your communication and leadership skills, develop a sense of teamwork and explore career options. Specifically, you will:

Assist with the preparation, delivery and clean-up of Summer AquaCamps program.

Enhance participants’ experience through group activities using hands-on, interactive activity stations and props.

Help supervise and lead small groups of children during play and gallery exploration time.

You must create an account in order to apply.  Please click on this link

Desired skills and experience:

Outgoing, enthusiastic and self-motivated

Experience in educating and/or working with children

Students in Grade 11 or 12 preferred

Excellent interpersonal, time management and presentation skills

Must be creative, flexible and proactive in problem solving

Interested in learning about marine biology and/or education

Special requirements:

Grade 11 or 12 students preferred.

For more information on AquaCamps, please see Ms. Bramley