Thank you for your interest in giving back to the Bruce Trail through volunteering.

We're currently seeking volunteers in the following positions:
(Follow the links for more details)

 

Niagara Club

  • Hike Coordinator
  • Newsletter Editor

Iroquoia Club

  • Fund Raising Director

Blue Mountain Club

  • Trail Director
  • Trail Maintenance
  • Trail Captain
  • Land Steward
  • Hike Leader   

Beaver Valley Club

  • Land Steward
  • Trail Maintenance
  • Hike Leader

Sydenham Club

  • Trail Captain

 Peninsula Club

  • Communications
  • Treasurer
  • Newsletter Editor
  • Hike Director
  • Hike Leaders
  • Assistant Map and Loop Guide Editor

 

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Niagara Bruce Trail Club

The Club is seeking two Board volunteers

  • Hike Coordinator -  This person would be responsible for the hike schedule of the Club, ensuring the hike schedule is published or delivered to the newsletter editor for publication and assisting with hike leader training. Experience with Microsoft Word is required, hike leader training is an asset. If you would like more information about the role of the Hike Coordinator, please contact Margaret Northfield at margaret.northfield@gmail.com
  • Newsletter Editor - this volunteers helps to produce and distribute the Club newsletter, ensuring accuracy of information and consistency of the BTC brand image to the Club members. you would be the main administrative contact in producing the Club newsletter.

 

 

Iroquoia Bruce Trail Club

The Iroquoia Club is currently recruiting one more Club Board member:

  • Fund Raising Director: Helps to promote and collect funds through events or other initiatives to support the Bruce Trail Conservancy at the Club level

 

Blue Mountains Bruce Trail Club

The Blue Mountains Club is currently seeking new volunteers to help with the duties of the Club. Here are some of the areas where they need your help:

  • Trail Director: The Trail Director is responsible for the planning, maintenance and overall quality of the Trail in the Club's section, which includes 66 km of Main Trail and 30 km of side trails. The Trail Director is also responsible for the organization and operation of the trail work with the Trail Captains and other trail volunteers. There are currently over 35 Trail Captains and a qualified team of sawyers. Training will be provided.
  • Trail Maintenance: Work as a member of a team with construction and repairs on the Trail under the guidance of the Trail Director.
  • Land Steward: Act as a caretaker of the BTC land under the direction of the Land Steward Director.
  • Hike Leader: Lead hikes for members and non-members, set the routes, set the pace and point out areas of interest to hike members, under the direction of the Hike Director.

 

Beaver Valley Bruce Trail Club

  • Land Stewards: Land Stewards are the long-term caretakers of BTC lands. It is their responsibility to keep an eye
    on their designated property on behalf of the BTC and the local clubs
  • Trail Maintenance: Work as a member of a team with construction and repairs on the Trail under the guidance of the Trail Director.
  • Hike Leaders: Lead hikes for members and non-members, set the routes, set the pace and point out areas of interest to hike members, under the direction of the Hike Director.

 

Sydenham Club

  • Trail Captain - Trail Captains maintain the Bruce Trail and side trails in a designated section.
  • Hike Leaders - Lead hikes for members and non-members, set the routes, set the pace and point out areas of interest to hike members

 

Peninsula Club

 

  • Communications (Social Media and Outreach) - responsible for the public image of the Club in the community, and for establishing and maintaining this image through the use of social media
  • Treasurer (must be familiar with Sage) - Responsible for the custody of the funds of the Club and all financial matters affecting the Club
  • Newsletter Editor - this volunteers helps to produce and distribute the Club newsletter, ensuring accuracy of information and consistency of the BTC brand image to the Club members. you would be the main administrative contact in producing the Club newsletter.
  • Hike Director  - Provide direction to all Club Hike Leaders and compile a list of all upcoming hikes for the Club Newsletter and Club website. 
  • Hike Leaders - Lead hikes for members and non-members, set the routes, set the pace and point out areas of interest to hike members
  • Assistant Map and loop guide book editor (GPS literate) - help to develop and produce hikes for the new loop guide book

 

Training and support is always available from helpful and experienced members. For a full description on duties and responsibilities of all volunteer positions, click on the links. If you are interested in these positions, please complete the online volunteer application.

Just do it - become a VOLUNTEER! It's fun and rewarding. You know why volunteers don't get paid? It's because they are PRICELESS.

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For more information about any of our Volunteer Positions, please follow the links below. Please note that not all of these positions are currently vacant.

Click here for information on Volunteer Positions at the Conservancy Head Office

Click here for information on Volunteer Positions at the Club Level