The following resources will be required on an ongoing basis for various events such as Baháí Holy Days, Special Events, Children Camps, Winter School, Summer School and Spring School.
- Directors (see below)
- Children’s Program Facilitators
- General Labourers
- Trades People (Specifically, Handypersons, Electricians, Plumbers, Carpenters)
- Cleaning staff
- Life Guards
- First Aid Trainer
- Accounting and Book keeping
- Advertising events (see below)
- Registration Assistance
Children's Camp Counsellors (Youth 16 to 19)
"The education and training of children is among the most meritorious acts of humankind and draweth down the grace and favour of the All-Merciful" -Abdu'l-Baha, Selections from the Writings of Abdu'l-Baha, p. 129)
SLBC is looking for youth who are between 16 - 19 years of age who want to serve over the summer, like to work with children and wish to grow through training, challenges and joyful service! Before applying youth must ask themselves the following questions to be able to serve in this capacity:
- Do you have clear leadership qualities?
- Do you have good physical and emotional stamina?
- Can you create a Bahá'í atmosphere, deal with the challenging children, work with other counsellors, camp directors, and property staff?
- Are you prepared for hard work and long hours?
Applicants must have either Ruhi 1 and 3 or Ruhi 1 and 5 completed.
Please be advised there are only 12 spots available and that submitting an application does not automatically constitute an acceptance. All applications will go through detail review and only approved candidates will be selected.
Applicants must submit to a police check and obtain a recommendation from your Local Spiritual Assembly or Auxiliary Board member.
- Application Deadline
- May 1st, 2011
- (Word Document)
Directors are required for the adult, family and youth programs during the month of August. Directors welcome participants, coordinate program schedules and facilitate recreation activities.
The Sylvan Lake Program Committee is looking for friends in each community who could be SLBC promoters and help advertise events. The job is simple: to market events at this wonderful facility within our region. You would print off the posters and make them available at Bahá'í events.