Leader in Training (LIT) ages 13-15 years old

*Denotes Required Field

Thank you for the desire to volunteer with us!  What an amazing opportunity to make a positive impact on a young life.

For Discovery, Pioneer, and TrailBlazer Camp, there is a minimum age requirement of 13 for all positions.  The LIT program is for developing leaders and the successful applicants will serve in various roles such as counselling, archery, crafts, pellet parks, cleaning and in the kitchen.  

The purpose of the LIT program is to prepare young leaders to be future head counsellors. 

For Expedition and Senior High Camp, there is a minimum age of 15 To be an LIT support worker.

We will make our final decision for our volunteer positions at the end of May, and those who have been chosen will be contacted the first week of June.

Staff/Worker Training days are scheduled in July and you must be available to attend.  The dates are often posted on our website, but you will also be contacted with the training dates once your application is approved.

All volunteer workers will be expected to submit a current Police Information Check (PIC) with Vulnerable Sector.  If you are 21 or older, and a resident of Medicine Hat, you can apply online at MHPS PIC .  Please be sure to select PIC-VS.  The cost for a volunteer is $15 plus a $10 online fee, both of which WPC will reimburse you for if you submit the receipts in the current year. 

For those outside Medicine Hat, or under the age of 21, WPC will supply you with a Volunteer Letter that you can take to your local police service centre to apply in person.  Again, please submit your receipt in the current year for full reimbursement of the volunteer cost.

Receipts for reimbursement can be handed in to Janna Hickey (Camp Director) during the summer months, or emailed to wpc.bookkeeper@gmail.com.  Please scan the receipt and attach.  Please include full name and address for the reimbursement.  If an e-transfer is preferred, please include that in the email and we will set that up with you.

Thank You!

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Jesus Christ is to be glorified in everything we do.  Campers need to see examples of a way of life different from that of today's world. Camp workers will not teach, condone, or personally use drugs, tobacco, or alcohol either on or off duty. We ask for and expect complete commitment on this. 

Staff and volunteers are to represent their example to the campers by their words and lifestyles. We expect integrity, loyalty, and honesty. We strive for a ministry where all members are loyal to each other. Each worker agrees to report immediately any deviation from the camp's rules, policies, and practices by a camper or fellow camp worker. Such would be reported to the director for prayerful and loving consideration and action. When these are dealt with openly and considerately, God can use the situations to produce growth in the life of each person concerned.