To be a volunteer camp co-leader is:
• To be responsible for the supervision and realisation of a volunteer wok project in collaboration with another campleader ;
• To assist a group of a dozen young volunteers coming from different countries and help them complete their project ;
• To establish a good relationship between the volunteers, the local host and the local community.
The ideal arrival is June 12th, in order to attend the training and to be there for the preparation days taking place that week.
The volunteer will be co-leader on Kinnear’s Mills volunteer camp until July 1st.
Volunteers will be sleeping in an old Anglican school and will cook their own meals. Access to internet will be limited.
The small rural village of Kinnear’s Mills is surrounded by mountains and crossed by the Osgood River. It has preserved its picturesque charm with several historic buildings, including the former English school and four churches—United, Anglican, Methodist and Catholic—which are all located on the same street corner!
The Héritage Kinnear’s Mills society’s missions are to showcase the Kinnear’s Mills village’s historic site and to honour the rich cultural heritage that their founders left behind them. At this moment, the community’s limited human and financial resources mean it requires a helping hand from volunteers.
To be aged of 18 years old and older
To have previous volunteer experience, preferably an experience in a leadership position
To be bilingual (French, English)
The accommodation in Montréal is provided as well as the Montréal- volunteer camp place transportation;
During the volunteer camp, food and lodging are provided.
Cities nearby :
Victoriaville – 60 KM
Québec – 80 KM
Montréal – 220 KM