How to apply for a summer position as a Stewardship Youth Ranger with the Ministry of Natural Resources. You could spend 8 weeks working outdoors on natural resource management projects in your own community.
You could be 1 of a team of 4 rangers and an experienced team lead. For 8 weeks you live at home and work in and around your own community on natural resource management projects. You:
You could be eligible if you:
Stewardship Youth Rangers take part in a wide range of projects that could include:
You might even have an opportunity to work in backcountry wilderness, which may involve overnight canoe trips to clear portages and maintain campsites.
Stewardship Youth Ranger positions are posted all at once. Start checking this page in mid March.
Step 1: Choose your preferred team location(s) which are listed below.
Stewardship Youth Ranger Team Location 2014 (Coming mid March)
Step 2: Prepare your application package. It needs to include:
Step 3: Submit your package directly to your chosen team location using the contact information given. You can apply to more than one team location, but the program does not provide overnight accommodation.
Indicating that you’re interested in high school co-op credits doesn’t guarantee you will be eligible for them. Co-op credits are not offered at every team location.
April 25, 2014
Step 1: Your application, cover letter and résumé are carefully reviewed after the deadline date.
Step 2: Leading candidates are invited to an interview.
Step 3: Successful applicants are contacted.