Adventures in Citizenship, Forestry & Environment, and Film

The Rotary Club of Burnaby is proud to participate in a number of Adventure programs established by other Rotary clubs.  These adventures take place throughout the country and are an opportunity for youth to showcase their talent, learn from industry professionals and an opportunity to further career opportunities.  The club covers the registration and travel cost of the participant.  The organizing Rotary Club arranges for the students to be Billeted with a host family.  All other personal expenses are the responsibility of the student.

***Click on the above links for application forms.

Adventures in Citizenship:  OTTAWA

This annual event provides a unique opportunity for a selected group of young Canadians to come together to gain a better understanding of our country. Through meetings with political leaders, senior officials and others, they learn a great deal about the workings of our democratic institutions. Through meeting one another and having discussions among themselves, they learn to appreciate the diversity of Canada and the privileges and responsibilities of Canadian citizenship.

Dates: April 29 – May 2, 2018 | Travel Dates: April 28 & May 2 | Location: Ottawa, Ontario

Date of Interview: January 30, 2018 between 9am and 12 noon (details to follow)

If you are interested in applying for Adventures in Citizenship, please come and see Ms. McChesney in room 325 by January 8th.

Adventures in Forestry & Environment:  PRINCE GEORGE

Launched in 1990, the Adventure in Forestry program annually introduces 20 to 30 high school students to the wide variety of careers the forest and environmental industries have to offer.  From seed to sawdust, the Adventure in Forestry and Environmental Studies program is a unique, fun packed and fast paced way to learn about these industries.  Not only are participants able to work side by side with and ask questions of industry professionals, students participate in a variety of tours and learn about related programs the University of Northern British Columbia and the College of New Caledonia offer. This program incorporates the latest technology providing new and innovative techniques with first hand, on site experiences.   Program participant’s are eligible to compete for a Bursary offered by the Prince George Rotary Club.

Dates: May 23 – 27, 2018 | Travel Dates: May 23 & 27 | Location: Prince George, BC

Date of Interview: January 30, 2018 between 12:30pm and 3:30pm (details to follow)

If you are interested in applying for Adventures in Forestry & Environment, please come and see Ms. McChesney in room 325 by January 8th.

Adventures in Film:  POWELL RIVER

The Adventures in Film Camp is part of the Powell River Film Festival specifically designed for young filmmakers. During the day, participants learn from pro media artists, attend interesting seminars by established directors, filmmakers and media
experts, gain hands-on, practical experience making videos or animation, and have the opportunity to collaborate with and be inspired by other young filmmakers. In the evenings, participants have the opportunity to enjoy and analyze the Festival films, and socialize with media-savvy Festival attendees and industry people at the receptions. Participants leave the camp with the full experience of video production, including teamwork and troubleshooting, have a short film for their demo reel, and friendships that may well develop into further film making collaborations. The camp is fast-paced and fun, and our past participants have been thrilled with the outcome!

Dates: February 16 – 18, 2017 | Travel Dates: February 15 & 18 | Location: Powell River, BC

Date of Interview: December 6, 2017 between 9am and 12 noon

If you are interested in applying for Adventures in Film, please come and see Ms. McChesney in room 325 before November 23rd.

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About Adrienne McChesney

Adrienne McChesney is a teacher and writer currently living Vancouver, BC, with her husband and two children.
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