During the year, Kelvin is an educator with a background in Elementary Education and in Special Education. As well, he is a Lead teacher of Modern Learning, and is the Chair of the York Region Skill Challenge in Lego Mechanics. In addition, he also consults and designs a number of experiential learning spaces around Toronto and York Region. Kelvin’s educational background includes a Master of Architecture degree (Ryerson), a Science Degree (Ryerson) and a Bachelor of Education Degree (Toronto).
Kelvin is a veteran of summer camps and in teaching sports. He spent 11 years at Camp Arowhon in Algonquin Park, 2 summers with Camp Robin Hood, he was a Head Instructor with Tiger Hockey Club in Beijing China, an instructor with Canlan Sports Camp and Hockey Programs, 20 seasons as a hockey coach with OMHA and GTHL, and he is also a OTA certified Tennis Instructor in Toronto. Some notable recognitions include: Honoree Teacher of the year (2016) from the Ontario Teachers Federation, University Teaching Award (2011) from Ryerson University, Coach of the year (2011) Markham Waxers (OMHA) and Coach of the year (2003) Scarborough Hockey Association (MTHL/GTHL)
Kelvin is caring, has great people skills, always has a smile on his face, extremely energetic, and has a great sense of responsibility in the well-being of every camper and a positive working environment with our cabin leaders. His passion and drive is to ensure that the campers have a positive social experience, and to grow each child and that each child has more confidence than when they arrived. In the end, he builds lifelong relationships with campers, parents, and staff.