Tucked away on 45 acres of sandy beaches and dense forests, accessible only by boat is Moorelands Camp. Each summer we serve over 600 economically disadvantaged children and youth from Toronto. Summer work at Moorelands Camp is demanding, challenging and rewarding! Our staff members are positive, enthusiastic team players, who put the needs of others before their own. They are ready for the challenge of being a strong role model and mentor who empowers kids to positively develop their leadership skills in a fun and transformative environment.
Moorelands Camp Staff
Looking for summer work? Discover what it's like to work at Moorelands Camp!
Qualifications and Skills Needed
- Minimum 18 years of age or older
- Trained in lifesaving (Bronze Cross) or Standard First Aid
- Mature, caring, fun, and patient.
- Ready to be a strong role-model to the youth we serve
- Genuinely interested in their growth and development
- Put the needs of others in front of your own
Some positions at Moorelands require specialised skills and qualifications. See job descriptions below.
Our Core Beliefs:
We believe that every child has the right to succeed in life.
We believe that every child has strengths regardless of their life circumstance.
We believe that kids from low-income families face hurdles that other kids don’t, and because of this, they miss out on reaching their full potential.
We believe that equipping kids with the tools to thrive will give them a better chance.
We believe that their success is our legacy.
Available Positions at Moorelands Camp
The lead team is comprised of the Program Coordinators and Section Heads, in addition to the directors. They are responsible for overall support and supervision of the staff at camp. Reporting to the directors, they plan, assess, and set the direction of the programs and cabin life at camp. Click here to view more specific job descriptions of each position
Program staff are responsible for planning and implementing the intentional programming at camp. Reporting to the Program Coordinator, each staff will have one or two specialty activities that they are qualified to lead. Click here for more specific job descriptions (including lifeguards).
The Office Administrator is responsible for the overall running of the office, including the tuck shop and activity scheduling. Reporting to the directors, duties include day camp registration, responding to parent questions, and running of the staff tuck shop. The Day Camp Coordinator oversees the Moorelands-Kawagama Day Camp program including registration, promotion, and responding to parent questions. Click here for more detailed job descriptions.