Escape Adventures Bike and Adventure Camps Paid Positions


We are looking for individuals that are independent minded and interested in providing Escape Adventures with their best effort.  This looks different for each student hired as it will be dependent on their age, maturity and level of experience.  They need to be able to ride a bike with confidence on trails from gravel to highly technical.  This means we have some Coaches that ride the beginner and intermediate trails and others that ride the more advance trails.  We need both types of Coaches.

We hire Gr 8s as volunteers and ask that they commit to 2 weeks of the 2020 season (March Break to end of October).  Gr 9s and older are hired as paid Coaches.  Typical pay is minimum wage – $13.85 until end of May; $14.60 for the rest of 2020.

Beneficial Additions:

  • St. John Ambulance Emergency First Aid 1 Day Course
  • High Five North Van Rec Course
  • NCCP Level 1
  • PMBI – Professional Mountain Biking Instructor Certificate

The following link provides additional information.

I encourage students to act now if they are interested in working for Escape.  Last year, we received many resumes in May and June.  By then, Coaches are hired and training is starting.

Operation: This IS You. Saving lives at Sea. Free Event for Girls



Achieve Anything Foundation – Operation: This IS You!

Operation: This IS You! Saving Lives at Sea FREE Event for Girls & Women

Royal Canadian Marine Search & Rescue (RCMSAR) partners with Achieve Anything Foundation to offer a hands-on taste of marine search and rescue in Coastal BC

Vancouver, BC – January 8, 2020 – The Achieve Anything Foundation announces that applications are open for an exciting new Operation: This IS You! hands-on experience event to be held with RCMSAR in White Rock, B.C. Saturday February 22.

Participants will get a first-hand look into the rewarding work of marine SAR – hands-on! Activities include on the water and shoreside searches, rescues, man overboard, first aid scenarios, SAR equipment/gear use, dewatering stations and more! The event is completely free to attend and is open to women and girls age 14 and up.

The event is by invitation only and applications must be made in advance on the Foundation’s website. Those selected and invited must further complete the RSVP process by the specified deadlines in order to be admitted to the event. While there is no maximum age for women to apply, all applicants should self-assess they are sufficiently mobile/agile to board vessels and participate in the day’s activities.

Royal Canadian Marine Search and Rescue (RCMSAR) is a charitable, volunteer-based organization that operates 33 marine rescue stations on the B.C. Coast and Interior. From Vancouver’s busy harbour to the remote waters of the North Coast, volunteer crews are on call 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, ready to respond to marine emergencies. RCMSAR is a key part of the marine search and rescue system and works within one of the most challenging search and rescue regions in the world. RCMSAR volunteers conduct, on average, 800 marine rescues every year, approximately 1/3 of all marine emergencies. Volunteers stand ready to leave their jobs and their families on a moment’s notice to help people in trouble on the water – even in the worst possible weather. RCMSAR crews are highly trained and equipped with specialized rescue vessels designed for the challenges of the West Coast.

The Achieve Anything Foundation is a federally incorporated not-for-profit with a mission to inspire female future leaders from shop floor to top floor in high-tech STEM fields, where women are drastically under-represented. The Foundation offers incredible, hands-on experience events in the native environments of agency and industry partners under a program called Operation: This IS You!. Foundation events, projects and programs are always free to participants to prevent barriers to participation. The Foundation also spearheads the signature annual The Sky’s No Limit – Girls Fly Too! event which is the world’s largest gender diversity outreach event of its kind in Aviation, Aerospace, Marine and Defence. This completely free international event is open to everyone regardless of age, gender or citizenship. It’s held annually in early October in honour of International Day of the Girl, a Canadian-driven UN Observance.


If you are interested in this please see Ms. Bramley for more information.