By offering a two-month internship, you ensure our exceptionally talented staff can return to camp, year after year
The job market has changed. Global and constantly evolving, the new world of work demands that university students get experience in their intended industry. This pressure means that our staff are often forced to choose between pursuing a summer internship or working at camp. Why? Because almost every internship out there is four months long. They can’t do both.
Alumni and parents of Camp Walden are establishing Walden Internships that run from late April until mid June, just in time for these incredible young people to GET TO CAMP!
There are two ways to participate
Every Walden staff member seeking an internship has a profile posted on this site. You can browse by profession, industry or interests. Flip through the profiles, contact the candidates, and reap the rewards of adding a passionate and talented intern to your organization.
Consider establishing a position that brings a Walden intern on board every spring. By setting up an ongoing program, you ensure continuity of systems and process, leverage a built-in network of support in the Walden community, and guarantee your organization has long-term access to talent.
My name is Corey Kaminski. I am 18 years old currently studying Business Management and Organizational Studies at Western University. I am a driven, inspired, and hardworking individual that looks to make the world a better place. My main interests are around entrepreneurship and business development. Additionally, I enjoy finance and problem solving.
My name is Omri Chazot, and I am a third-year university student studying business administration in the Ivey School of Business at Western University. After spending my first two years of university in medical science (achieving Dean’s List in both years), I developed an interest in the impact that strategic vision and powerful analytics can have in disrupting industries and decided to pursue a career in which I could solve large scale business issues. My interests in prospective summer employment include strategy/consulting roles, financial advisory, data analytics roles or any roles in which I will be able to make a significant impact on your firm. My career at Walden has included being a member of and leading the canoe trip team, and receiving the honor of being selected as one of 2017’s Bill McDonald Award recipients as a staff member of the year. Over the last several years, I have developed strong leadership, planning and project management skills both in school and throughout several community involvement and employment opportunities. I am happy to further discuss my qualifications and desire to helping you. Transcripts and further information available upon request.
My name is Joshua Fraser, and I am currently a first year Commerce student at Queens University. I am hardworking and confident in my ability to lead a diverse range of groups. I specialize in Marketing and Entrepreneurial studies and pride myself on my ability to form and maintain stellar customer relationships. I am interested in applying the skills I've learned through case competitions to a real business environment. My career At Walden includes being both a junior and senior counsellor and winning the Bill MacDonald Award for best Male Counsellor in 2018. I look forward to applying the skills I've learned at Walden and the Commerce program to solve real-world problems in today's business environment. I am happy to answer any further questions regarding how I can fit into your company and discuss my qualifications.
My name is Robbie Middlestadt. I am currently in my third year of university, studying Media, Information and Technoculture at Western University. In my program, I study different theories around media, in addition to taking courses that vary from public relations to journalistic writing. I am a determined student and an individual who enjoys working hard on any given task. Attending camp as both a camper and staff has taught me many skills, specifically communication skills. Being a counsellor for three years and a unit head in the 2018 summer taught me how to communicate with many diverse individuals on a daily basis. My interests include public relations, marketing, and communications.