“Summers at Swallowdale offer so much. Here is where lifelong friendships are forged. Young people are given the opportunity to learn about themselves and about others. Each child comes away having enriched themselves in the diversity, culture, and scenic beauty Canada has to offer. I can think of no more important summer experience!"

“Summers at Swallowdale offer so much. Here is where lifelong friendships are forged. Young people are given the opportunity to learn about themselves and about others. Each child comes away having enriched themselves in the diversity, culture, and
scenic beauty Canada has to offer. I can think of no more important summer experience!"

Looking for a GREAT summer job?

Each year we seek staff to work at Swallowdale Camp for the upcoming summer, including:

  • Administrative Staff
  • Certified ESL Instructors
  • Activity Instructors - land sports, water sports, woodworking, arts/crafts, outdoor education, music/guitar, dance, yoga, mountain biking and more
  • Camp Nurse (and/or Red Cross® certified First Aid Instructors)
  • Lifeguards (NLS certified or Red Cross® Water Safety Instructor)
  • General Counsellors

      Candidates must

  • Be 18 years or older
  • Be Canadian citizens
  • Be willing to live at the camp with campers for the duration of the camp season
  • Have current VSC
  • Have experience working with children

Interested?  Send a letter of introduction and a resumé to: recruit@cisscanada.com

Camp Director 2018

VISHNU THILLAINATHAN

My journey at Swallowdale began 3 years ago, as the Program Director where I had the privilege of seeing children experience being away from home and in a foreign country for the first time. I got to witness
them experience the beauty of Niagara Falls, discover the joys of canoeing, and make life-long friends, all while developing stronger
English skills. I gained a great deal of  appreciation for the camp that has become my second home. I feel so privileged to return as Director this year and help facilitate these experiences for a new group of campers.

 

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