Youth Chamber

SQUAMISH Youth Chamber

Sadly, we paused the Squamish Youth Chamber during the COVID-19 pandemic. But we’ll be back soon and are working on updating all this information. 

The Squamish Youth Chamber offers opportunities for students and young adults to be prepared, engaged and contributing members of the Squamish community. This program is open to anyone aged 12-25. 

You can access:

  • Job Opportunities
  • Volunteer Opportunities
  • Training

Coming soon:

  • Events
  • Internships 
  • Mentors

Keep up to date with events, info and more by signing up for our newsletter. 

Follow @squamischamber on facebook and instagram.


Join the Facebook Jobs Board to see jobs in Squamish

Gain experience, earn money and support Squamish businesses.


Join the Facebook Volunteer Board for volunteer opportunities

Give back to the community and enhance your resume.

Coming soon: a volunteer database tool where you can match your interest to volunteer opportunities


Prepare yourself for future jobs, education and life.

Email for free tickets to any upcoming Essential Frontline Skills Workshops (subject to availability)

If you attend DRMS, ask about the Grade 9 Squamish Chamber leadership program 


We’re working on some ideas for events, mentors and internships. 

More to come.

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Each year, at the Squamish Chamber Excellence Awards, we recognize a young leader who has gone above and beyond with our RISING STAR award, presented by Woodfibre LNG.

In 2019, Jon Gill was recognized for his leadership and engagement with the Squamish community. Read more here.


Sea to Sky Community Services provide access to many services, support, activities, snacks and facilities. 


Young Entrepreneurs

Are you thinking of starting a business? Come chat with the Chamber at the Adventure Centre. There’s also lots of resources and tools on this website that can help you start a business. 

Futurpreneur Canada provides financing, mentoring and support tools to aspiring business owners aged 18-39.

Keep up with everything happening at the Squamish Chamber by signing up for our newsletter and following our social media. 

Without the support of our sponsors and partners, our youth programming would not be possible. 

Our goal is to make all our youth programs free and accessible to all youth. In 2020, we want to deliver Youth Leadership training at Don Ross Middle School and Howe Sound Secondary School. We want to offer quarterly Service Spotlight training to equip youth with essential frontline skills. And we we want to create inspiring events, such as a panel of young business leaders. 

We have lofty goals and we are seeking partners and sponsors. We have already raised about 20% of our target, which means some programming will start in 2020. 

There are many different ways you can help. If you would like to be a Squamish Youth Chamber Champion and help make our programming possible, please contact

Squamish Youth Chamber Gold Champions