Working or Volunteering at Rainbow Camp®

Working at Rainbow Camp®

We are currently hiring for a Lead Camp Cook, Assistant Cook, and Photographer/Videographer for Summer 2022. Applications are still being accepted for other positions and will be considered if positions become available prior to the start of the summer. 

Each year Welcome Friend Association’s Rainbow Camp® selects a team of enthusiastic, skilled, and youth-focused people to be paid staff members at Rainbow Camp.

There are several rounds of hiring so that we can compose the best team for our campers. Applicants may hear from us close to the beginning of camp. We appreciate applicants’ patience as they anticipate our response. Accommodations, meals and travel (up to $500 CAD) are covered.

Click here for more details about working at Rainbow Camp.

All staff must:

  • be 19 years of age or older,
  • submit a Vulnerable Sector Police Screening, and
  • participate in Rainbow Camp® Counsellor Training
  • be legally eligible to work in Canada

International Staff (including Americans): All staff are required to be eligible to work in Canada which can be done by applying for a temporary work permit. For more information about work permits or visas, visit the Ontario Camps Association page for International Staff.

Volunteering at Rainbow Camp®

Each year, WFA's Rainbow Camp® selects a team of enthusiastic, skilled, and youth-focused volunteers to work in cooperation with staff to ensure that campers are supported and supervised. Volunteers may be asked to lead programming as needed. Volunteers typically stay on site with our campers and are required to have a Criminal Record Check.

We are also looking for year-round Community Volunteers who live in the Sault Ste Marie area! Community volunteers help with local projects such as transportation, fundraising events, leading programming during camp and more. Community Volunteers typically do not stay on site at Rainbow Camp®.