How-to Adult Camp for Rangers
Be part of a one-of-a kind Guiding camp that's all about giving teen girls an edge as you make the move to the next exciting phase of your life. How-to Adult is designed to help you take the world by storm as you blaze new trails and take on what's next in your life. Engaging, hands-on sessions will focus on helping you build the self-care tools and skills you'll need to navigate your future like a pro.
Check out some of the themes and workshops* you can participate in!
Health and Wellness
- Easy and nutritious food prep
- Stress and anxiety management
- Meditation, mindfulness and yoga
Do It Yourself
- Mechanics 101
- Building and repair skills
Balancing the Books
- Budgeting and personal finance
- Taxes 101
Life at Work
- Gender-bias in the workplace
- Leadership vs. management
- Negotiating for success
- Networking, job searching and interview skills
- Resume building
And when you’re not busy with all that, you’ll be having fun with other girls from across Canada at an incredible camp setting in Alberta!
- Spend an afternoon exploring the Rockies
- Visit a local street market
- Guider-led day and night hikes
- Bonus – graduate and earn a personalized certificate
Your future is bright and How-to Adult can help you shine!
Who? Up to 22 Rangers (1st, 2nd and 3rd year at time of application)
When? Camp runs July 14 – 20, 2019
Where? Jubilee Camp, approx. 1 hour outside of Calgary
How much? $975 - cost includes flights, meals, accommodation and program fees
(Note: You're encouraged to fundraise to support your participation.)
Don't need transportation? Take advantage of our travel-free rate of $675
Ready to apply?
Successful applications will be considered on a first come, first serve basis, and must be submitted no later than June 15.
Girls, please find your application forms here.
Questions? Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org
*Themes, workshops and activities are subject to change.
When will I hear if I’ve been accepted?
Applicants can expect to hear on the status of their applications within a week of applying. All applicants will be notified, regardless of status.
What kind of fundraising can I do?
There is an excellent Fundraising Toolkit to help support you in your fundraising initiatives. (This toolkit was designed with Nationally-Sponsored Trips in mind but is still a great resource to help you fundraise for this adventure!)
What will the sleeping arrangements be like?
You will sleep indoors in the Pallesen House, in bunks. Girls and Guiders should plan to bring a sleeping bag and pillow (mats will be available onsite). A full kit list will be provided before the event.
Can I still apply if I have been on (or am going on) a Nationally Sponsored Domestic Trip?
Yes! This camp is entirely separate from NSTs.
Will dietary restrictions be accommodated?
Absolutely! But if you have any very specific needs, please mention it on your application form, so we can ensure you are accommodated.
How does the selection process work?
All applications will be anonymously reviewed by multiple screeners. For girls, points will be awarded for diversity, opportunity perceived, and thoughtfulness of your responses.