Update on Community Use of School
The Department of Tourism Heritage and Culture and Education and Early Childhood Development have been working together to allow for clubs to have access to indoor school facilities over the past number of months. We are pleased to confirm that effective April 6, 2021, clubs that offer programs to school age children will be able to access school gymnasium facilities and equipment.
Given that space may be limited, we ask our members to be patient with schools and school district administrators as they navigate many other priorities during this pandemic.
For more information, please refer to the link below:
2021 Summer Employment – Swimming NB
Swimming New Brunswick is currently seeking student applications for a Summer Program Coordinator.
The position runs for 12 weeks (to be determined between May 3 and August 28) for 35/hours per week. Although the SNB office is in Moncton, consideration will be given to students in all regions of New Brunswick under teleworking arrangements or in conjunction with local swimming clubs.
This position has been made possible through the Government of New Brunswick SEED program.
For more information about this position, please visit the link below:
2021 Swimming NB Devo Camps
We are pleased to inform you that the Development Sub-Committee and the Technical Committee are in the process of planning regional development camps in April. A preliminary list of swimmers who will be invited to these camps can be found in the link below. Please note that the selection criteria are as follows Top 20 in each region in 200m freestyle, 100m and 200m medley for male swimmers born between 2008 and 2010 and female swimmers born between 2009 and 2011.
More information regarding these camps such as the exact date, locations, program and registration procedures will be published as soon as possible.
Easter Egg Hunt
Swimming NB is hosting an Easter Egg Hunt for all SNB registered swimmers this season.
The concept is simple: make sure to explore our website during this long weekend and try to find the 10 eggs we have well hidden, then you have to submit the code indicated on each egg in the following online form. To help our young swimmers, you will find hints that will guide you in locating the eggs.
The 3 winners of the drawing will receive a $25 gift card from a swimming gear supplier.
Happy Easter egg hunt!!!
National Volunteer Week – April 18-24, 2021
Volunteers play an important role in our swimming community. This past year, they have freely given of their time and energies to help their clubs and participate in the development of swimming in our province.
Swimming NB wishes to recognize the priceless efforts of these people. Please take the time to select one volunteer who has supported your club and submit a nomination to Swimming NB via the link below.
All nominees will receive a certificate of recognition and $50 while the Swim NB Volunteer of the Year will receive a prize of $250. Please note that the deadline for nominations is April 14, 2021.