HOW TO SUPPORT

SEA SCHOOL

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PUBLIC AGENCIES

  • The Department of Communities, Culture, Tourism and Heritage: Sport and Recreation Division

  • Youth Development Initiative, Dept. of Community Services

  • Nova Scotia Department of Justice

  • Municipality of the District of Lunenburg Recreation Dept.

  • Town of Lunenburg

  • HRM Community Grants

  • Healthy Communities Initiative

  • SKILL- Student Summer Skills Incentive

  • HRSDC - Canada Summer Jobs

  • CPRA - Green Jobs Initiative

CORPORATIONS​

  • Costello-Fitt Ltd

  • Lunenburg Hardware

  • Michelle Stevens Sailloft

  • Adams and Knickle

  • Maritime Marine Supply

  • Nova Scotia Power

  • ACHTBA Chartered Accountant

  • RBC Foundation

  • CN Rail

FOUNDATIONS

  • The United Way of Greater Halifax Region

  • Leanne Children's Foundation

  • The Craig Foundation

  • Halifax Youth Foundation

  • Ships 2 Shores Foundation

COMMUNITY PARTNERS​

  • Maritime Museum of the Atlantic

  • Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic

  • Mahone Bay Civic Marina

  • Barque Picton Castle

  • Phoenix Youth Programs

  • Royal Nova Scotia Yacht Squadron

  • Recreation Nova Scotia

  • Kingsburg Coastal Conservancy

  • Mahone Islands Conservation Association

  • Nova Scotia Schooner Association

  • Turner Investments

  • Old Town Boatworks

  • Lunenburg Whalewatching & Seabird Tours

  • ISANS - Immigrant Services NS

  • Blxckhouse

  • Ulnooweg

  • Alford Lake Girls' Camp

  • COVE - Centre for Ocean Ventures & Entrepreneurship

  • The Nellie Row

  • Luna Sea Solutions

PARTNERSHIPS

 

TO DONATE VIA E-TRANSFER

Email to:

accounts@seaschool.org

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Send in a separate email:

Transfer password, & full name & mailing address for tax receipt

TO DONATE BY CHEQUE

Made out to:

The Nova Scotia Sea School

Mailed to:

P.O. Box 118, 174 Bluenose dr. 

Lunenburg, NS, B0J 2C0

Individual contributions are deeply appreciated and essential to our success. Become a supporter and you will help provide deserving youth with a life-changing experience. You will be supporting our bursary program, boat building programs, school-based programs, sail-training expeditions, mental health initiatives and youth leadership programs. All Canadian monetary contributions are fully tax deductible and you will receive a tax-receipt.
Please consider setting up a monthly (or other recurring interval) donation; reliable, recurring donations ensure financial security and predictability within non-profits & charities like ours!  
If you would like to donate STOCKS & BONDS  <--click here

DONATION

 

VOLUNTEER + SHARE

There are many ways that you can join our team and give back to a program that is important to you!

You can volunteer to:

- Help with boat-maintenance, trip-preparation, pre and post season preparations.

- Help us deliver leadership workshops for schools, community groups or answer questions at trade shows.

- Reach more people by administering or contributing to our Facebook, Twitter, newsletter, video and media promotions.

- Helping us with mail-outs, distributing brochures, posting posters, entering data and preparing special events.

- Serve on a committee and provide your expertise (committees include Fundraising, Finances, Marketing, Business Model Development, Program Development, Leadership, Youth Inclusion & Access)

Contact us to find out more information about current volunteer opportunities!

WHAT CAN I DO TODAY?

You can help out by 'liking' and sharing our Social Media profiles & posts, and telling your friends and family about us!

Check us out on Facebook, Instagram & Twitter!

  • Facebook
  • Instagram
  • Twitter
 
 

The Sea School is growing and we are always looking for the

right people to join our team!

We are looking for people with the right combination of skills, temperament, and safety thinking. You must have sound judgment, the ability to handle complex and highly responsible situations, a genuine appreciation for colleagues and participants and an understanding of our community development approach to experiential education.

Our policy is to hire applicants that we have been on a program/expedition with so that we can evaluate your abilities and certify you according to our internal Instructor Standards.  If you are interested in working with the Sea School contact us early in the season and participate in one of our adult programs such as our Professional Enrichment, Day Sails, or Staff Training Sails.

There are occasional opportunities for boat-building instructors and other experiential education facilitators.

If you think you might be a fit Contact Us or send a cover letter and resume to:

Erin Philp - Programs Coordinator

Email: programs@seaschool.org

CAREERS