CAMP SPEAKER APPLICATION

A Chapel Speaker prepares and leads gospel-centred and Bible-based teaching sessions to children and youth, and sometimes to families. Typically there are 8-9 sessions in a week, and they should be engaging, relevant, and age-appropriate for the campers. 


Although there will be some time to work on your material during the week, we strongly encourage you to engage in as much of the camp program and in the lives of the campers as possible. The best chapel speakers are ones who have developed strong connections and a good rapport with campers and volunteers outside of the sessions.


Read about all of our summer positions and make sure you're using the correct application process.


If you're applying to be a CHAPEL SPEAKER, please follow the  process below . . .

Applying to be a Camp Speaker


  • RETURNING Camp Speaker

    1. Contact the camp director to show interest and to discuss dates.  
    2. Provide a copy of your valid criminal record check*
    3. Camp will internally verify a minimum of one previous reference.
    4. Sign and submit the  One Hope Canada  Statement of Affirmation (this will be emailed to you)
  • NEW Camp Speaker

    1. Complete and submit* this One Hope Canada Volunteer/Support Team Application
    2. Provide a copy of your valid criminal record check*
    3. Camp will check your listed references and contact you
    4. Sign and submit* the  One Hope Canada  Statement of Affirmation (this will be emailed to you)

Submitting Forms

*To Complete your RCMP Criminal Record Check:

  1. Go to your local police station and tell them you’re volunteering at a summer camp and need a criminal record check for your VOLUNTEER position at Hope Bay Bible Camp.  Usually there is no cost for volunteer positions. 
  2. You may want to print this cover letter to bring with you.  
  3. There will be forms to fill out, and then you will return a few days later to pick up the completed record check, and submit it to HBBC.*

Once all forms are submitted and the application process is completed, we will give you confirmation (if applicable).


'In Safe Hands' is our commitment to safety for our volunteers and campers. All volunteers are required to complete and keep up-to-date on the training and policies.  

For Support Volunteers and Camp Speakers, this is a short video to watch during your orientation, upon arrival.



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*All forms can be submitted by email, fax, or mail:


Email: 

office@hopebaybiblecamp.com


Fax:

1.250.629.3195


Mailing Address:

Hope Bay Bible Camp

4302 Bedwell Harbour Rd,

Pender Island, BC

V0N 2M1


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