Hire a Walden Intern

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.

Until now.

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!

Venn diagram: YOU NEED exceptionally talented young people in your organization, WE NEED our staff to keep coming back year after year, THEY NEED experience in the world of work.

How to make it happen

There are two ways to participate:

Hire an intern from our pool of talented staff

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.


Create a yearly Walden Internship

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.

2024 Interns

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Jamie Levin

Kinesiology & Health and Fitness professional

My name is Jamie Levin. It is my ninth summer at Walden and I am excited to be part of the head staff team this year! I am in my second year at Western University, studying Kinesiology.
I am looking for employment from late April – mid June, before camp.

As a Kinesiology student and aspiring Health and Fitness professional, I am looking for a job in this field in either a clinical or fitness environment.

Check out my LinkedIn profile here!

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Jessica Lebow

Health Sciences

My name is Jessica Lebow and I am a third-year student at Laurier studying Health Sciences.

I am looking for a position from the beginning of May to mid-June.

I am open to any position!

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Aubrey Riczker


My name is Aubrey Riczker and I am in my 3rd year at Queen’s University pursuing a degree in economics with a focus on econometrics and statistics.
I am looking for employment in Toronto or the GTA from the end of April until the middle of June before camp begins. I am a very self-motivated, responsible and highly reliable person with excellent interpersonal and communication skills. I am proficient across all computer operating systems. Additionally, I am very comfortable using the Microsoft Office suite, particularly Excel. My expertise includes data analysis, formula creation, and data visualization. This allows me to consistently deliver accurate and insightful solutions to optimize efficiency and productivity across various projects and tasks.
I am seeking a job in marketing or data entry, however I am open to working in just about any field. I have a very diverse skill set and experience doing a number of different jobs over the last few years.

Dates available: end of April until end of June

Check out my LinkedIn profile here!

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