at Living Hope Ranch Inc. (view profile)
Location Cypress Hills, Sk, Canada
Date Posted February 6, 2018
Category Other
Job Type Intership


Who We Are

 Living Hope Ranch is a non-profit, 12 month, faith based residential program for female teen’s, 13-17, who are struggling with life-controlling issues. We offer a structured environment that fosters personal growth and prepares residents for success in their relationships and careers.

Our Vision

Empowering teenage girls to become strong confident women.

Our Mission

Assisting teenage girls with life controlling issues by teaching them to confront life’s challenges and equipping them with the tools to make positive lifestyle choices using a Christ centered approach.

Our Program

We believe that all youth, with appropriate help, have the capacity to grow beyond the limits of a traumatic past or a risk-filled environment and become significant contributors to their communities. Our key focus is on the areas of: Mentoring, Life Skills, Education, Faith.

Equine Program

We also offer an Equine component that involves taking proactive measures and using innovative strategies to better prepare the youth of today and empower them with skills and support to conquer the negative influences that surround them. This unique program helps the girls by exploring alternatives to negative activities and behaviors. The program is enhanced by life skills lessons that focus on peer pressure, positive communication, problem solving, conflict resolution and other teen social needs.


Living Hope Ranch is located at Diamond Willow Retreat. We exist in a rural context in a small community within the shadow of the Cypress Hills in southwest Saskatchewan.

What does your internship look like?

As an intern of Living Hope Ranch, the experiences and tasks would fall within the outlines of our Direct Contact Staff and Night Watch job descriptions.

You can find these job descriptions on our website,, under our Careers tab.

Partnership with your school is important to us, so we will work as best we can to make your experience subject to the requirements of your institution.

We ask anyone interested in applying for our internship positions to please send us your institutions internship guidelines and supervisors contact information.


 Step 1

Submit completed application form with your institutions internship guidelines 

Step 2

We will contact you with details in how we will proceed

Step 3

Selected candidates will be asked to submit further information which will include:

  1. 3 reference letters
  2. An interview with our Employment Recruitment Committee
  3. Submit copies of:
    1. First Aid Certification
    2. Criminal Record Check
    3. Vulnerable Sector Check
    4. Drivers Abstract
    5. Food Safe Handling certification (not necessary for application, but must be completed prior to employment)

If you have any questions please contact:

Kristen Zilkie

Communications Director


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