Youth at the Booth

Join a new generation of election officials.
Learn. Earn. Serve.

Youth at the Booth is Elections BC’s program to hire high school students as election officials in the provincial elections and by-elections. B.C.’s next provincial general election is scheduled for October 19, 2024. Positions will be available for high school students.

Interested? We’re looking for students who are:

  • between 15 and 19,
  • interested in community service, student government or service clubs,
  • able to work in a neutral and impartial way, and
  • comfortable using technology.

Applicants must be legally entitled to work in Canada, have a valid SIN and their parent or guardian’s approval to apply.

 

Youth at the Booth participants will:

  • work as an election official at a voting place in their local community
  • earn money for attending training and working a full day
  • obtain valuable work experience for their resume and post-secondary applications
  • learn about elections and voting
  • serve their community and democracy in B.C. by making sure every voter can vote

 

Jobs:

Available jobs will be posted here when available.

The recruitment process may take place by phone or online.

Are you a school looking to promote Youth at the Booth to your students? – For more information and to register your school’s participation, please contact Elections BC at jobs@elections.bc.ca or 1-800-661-8683. We will connect you with the local hiring office and provide further information.

Elections BC is committed to fostering a respectful workplace and welcoming diversity and inclusion throughout our organization.

Elections BC  |  1-800-661-8683  |  elections.bc.ca