WildRoots: Summer Worker Program

A Rocha Manitoba’s WildRoots Program is a paid summer work experience for young adults ages 18-30 concerned about creation care, climate change and/or nature conservation. During this program, participants join the A Rocha Manitoba team and take on roles in Environmental Education, Nature Conservation, Urban Agriculture or Communications. Alongside work roles, participants learn about leadership and nature conservation, participate in team rhythms, go on team building retreats, and receive vocational coaching.

This program may be a good fit for you if:

  • you are worried about the future of the planet
  • you care deeply about the earth and everything in it
  • you want to learn how to take creation care action
  • you are looking for hands-on job experiences

What to expect:

  • A meaningful work environment.
  • Learning practical skills that will be useful for building your resume.
  • Excellent orientation, supervision, and coaching in a fun, community/cohort experience.
  • Robust learning opportunities that grow your understanding of care of creation beyond your employment experience.
  • Opportunities to connect with A Rocha locally, nationally, and globally 
  • Tools to address feelings of hopelessness and despair and grow in your confidence and ability to create change in the world.

Open Positions:

We will be accepting applications and interviewing on a rolling basis. Positions will be open until filled.

Environmental Education Coordinator (2 positions, May-August 2024)

Day Camp Leader (3 positions, July-August 2024)