Sunday, March 29, 2009

Chilcotin Holidays

Our esl courses keep people coming back for more!

It’s a time of year when many university students like to take it easy and catch their breath, before the next semester starts. Not for Samuel! He came to the ranch last spring with a working holiday visa. He wanted to spend the summer working abroad to practice his English skills, before starting university in the fall. Last summer he learned how to be an exceptional ranch hand and assisted on building our new office building, in addition to helping out on some of our pack trips. We also noticed an improvement in his English skills throughout the summer from our esl courses. This busy worker bee has returned to the ranch to work and brush up on his English until the end of April, when his second semester begins at the University in Hohenheim. Welcome back, Sam!

International students seeking ESL instruction want to spend more time in the country they’re visiting by working as volunteers, interns, or taking part in co-op and practicum programs. At Chilcotin Holidays we not only offer Esl courses by qualified instructors, we have a variety of volunteer positions available for students to improve their English skills without worrying about paying for long-term accommodation in a foreign country.

Anyone traveling through Canada on a Visitor’s Visa is eligible for this program option. For students interested in career training, we also offer professional internships and job training in lodge management as well as wilderness stewardship.

We provide both -- quality language instruction and free room and board for our ESL school graduates while they work at the ranch! This enables students to fine tune their language skills and experience the best of what the Canadian Wilderness has to offer. Contact us for more details.

Chilcotin Holidays

About Chilcotin Holidays

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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