2015 marks the 50th anniversary of Junior Forest Rangers
All alumni are invited to share their memories using this survey. Walk down memory lane and share stories about your fellow crew mates. We're looking for JFR's young and old to fill out our survey. Help us spread the word and celebrate the 50th anniversary. For filling out the survey you’ll be placed in a draw to win a 50th Anniversary JFR water bottle.
Who are alumni?
All former staff are considered JFR program alumni. There have been many titles over the years: Junior Rangers, crew members or Aboriginal Junior Forest Rangers. We have had host community crews, crew leaders, sub leaders, coordinators, assistants and supervisors too. All are considered part of JFR program alumni.
Want to apply for the best summer job around? The job posting for crew leaders and sub leaders is out and the deadline is fast approaching, apply now before january 30, 2015 to be considered. JFR:Crew leader and sub leader job posting
JFR crews are camp or community-based crews. Camp are located throughout the province and vary from year to year. Camp crew members stay with their crew 24 hours a day, seven days a week, for seven weeks (except for long weekend in August). The summer experience is challenging, unique and exciting.
Our community crews are made in partnership with Aboriginal communities across Alberta and work Monday – Friday. All crews consist of eight crew members and two crew leaders. This opportunity is open to all Albertans ages 16-18 (after July 1) who are enrolled in high school. Apply here before April 1st
For more information about the Alberta Junior Forest Rangers program and how to apply to join our crew, contact us!
Alberta Junior Forest Rangers
9th floor, 9920-108 St.