Sunday, December 7, 2008


International Internship Opportunities and guide schools

Apply for a valuable internship position in southwestern British Columbia’s wilderness where you learn, through hands-on experience, Canadian practices in various disciplines including forestry, wildlife management, tourism management, languages and culture, business administration, and natural resources. Put the theory you learned in university into practice. At our wilderness guest ranch with a surrounding guide territory totalling 5,000 sq. km and an accompanying woodlot, we have many guide schools, wildlife management projects, stewardship programs, logging, and many other real-life business entities and projects in place with opportunities for new studies or data analysis. An authentic wilderness ranch combined with a friendly communal lifestyle adds a unique and valuable dimension to the experiences you’ll gain with endless opportunities for you to grow and evolve.

As our peak season is nearing its end, so too have the last of our guide schools courses concluded for the year. Each of the students were dedicated and hard working during their time spent at Spruce Lake and Leckie camp.They all returned from the mountains as capable wilderness guides, eager to get their applications ready early for guiding positions next season. If you haven’t been able to book a guide schools this year, don’t despair, we have our 2009 schedule ready for next year’s programs. Typically, the first dates of the season book up fast so be sure to secure your spot early in the season for the future guide schools. We look forward to hearing from you. And, tourism employers, don’t forget to post your positions for wilderness jobs on our wilderness jobs website.


About Unknown

We are a licensed guide outfitter and we conduct guided wilderness adventures throughout our 5,000 square km operating area. This guide area has been operational since 1880, making it the oldest in British Columbia. More about us HERE.

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