WELCOME TO CANADIAN MISSIONS!
Every year we have volunteers serve with us from around the world! It is one of the reasons why serving at camp is such significant experience for both campers and staff.
Please see FAQs below and contact us for more information.
Yes! Regardless of if you are hoping to work or volunteer at camp you will need to get a visa. The visa requirements are slightly different depending on what country you are coming from and if you are hoping to travel/work elsewhere or just be at camp. Please let us know if you have any questions.
Calgary International Airport (YYC) is the closest to camp and the easiest pick up location. There is no local transit to camp, so we will arrange a pick up from Calgary.
The weather in Alberta is ever changing. In summer (July/August) it can be zero degrees Celsius to 35 degrees Celsius. Because most of our activities occur outdoors, please bring clothing and footwear that will be suitable for rain, cold, and heat!
Please click here for suggested items to bring.
Pioneer Alberta is a nut aware organization. Many of the guests, staff and campers that join us every year have various nut and peanut allergies. Some of these allergies are very severe and can be life-threatening. To reduce the risk of exposure, we do not allow nuts or nut products on site. Please do not bring any nuts or nut products with you to camp. Please ask your friends and relatives NOT to send you anything containing nuts or nut products to you either.
Yes! Please visit our Summer Staff & Volunteer FAQs page by clicking here.
International Volunteer Checklist
To fill out an online Pioneer Camp Staff Application
To be 18 years of age or older
A current and valid criminal records check from your home town
Letter of Employment (provided by us)
A current and valid passport
The appropriate work or visitor’s visa
Strong English communication skills
Love of children and outdoor education
A strong faith in Jesus Christ