Continual learning, innovation and personal development is at the heart of the Adventure Links staff culture!
With a foundation in outdoor education, Adventure Links at Hemlock Overlook is committed to providing quality adventure programs — from summer adventure camps to environmental education programs for school and community groups. Instructors facilitate weeklong outdoor adventure day camps, residential camps and traveling programs for groups of 14 participants as they explore a variety of outdoor recreation sites in Northern Virginia, Maryland and West Virginia, with activities that include a challenge course, rock climbing, canoeing, kayaking, caving and environmental education. Actively seeking 3-Season Instructors (now through November 19th), Summer Camp Instructors (June 2nd–August 31st; flex end date) and 2-Season Instructors (June 2nd–November 19th).
• Instructors possess a unique blend of character, humor and compassion allowing them to create countless value-forming experiences for people of all ages. View the work experience »
The seasonal staff at Omega are instrumental in producing a fantastic guest experience for the workshop, conference and retreat participants at the Rhinebeck, NY campus.
Each year, hundreds of hospitality staff join the Omega Institute for Holistic Studies to be a part of something larger than themselves and to work and grow alongside like-minded people. With positions available through October, these unique service opportunities for students, career-shifters or retirees offer a season of hard work, personal growth, spiritual exploration and community building. Now seeking Seasonal Staff Members with a strong interest in culinary arts and hospitality who can commit to a full-time work schedule between May through the end of October, filling essential support roles. Openings are available in many departments; residential part-time positions for at least 4 weeks are also available.
The unique spirit that resides in this rural community lifestyle offers both meaningful work coupled with recreation, singing, music, crafts and a celebration of nature and life.
Gould Farm offers an opportunity for volunteers from around the world to participate in the life of this special community through a full-time, extended term of service in residence at the Farm. Volunteers are immersed in the community working on the Residential Support, Gardening, Forestry and Grounds, Farming and Kitchen teams, as well as in the Harvest Barn Bakery, Roadside Café, and at the transitional program in the Boston area. Mature and caring individuals interested in living in a therapeutic community are encouraged to apply. Benefits are plentiful!
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Are you bright, self-confident and motivated to be a mentor and role model for young adults in transition to healthy living?
With a work location within the shadow of Mt. Shasta in Southern Oregon, Mentors for Dragonfly Transitions will serve as role models and support students in their quest for independent living skills, personal growth and emotional maturation. Farm Mentors are also needed to teach life skills and facilitate daily farm chores at The Homestead, Transitions' 30-acre farm where students work on therapeutic issues in a quiet, rural setting. If you enjoy working in a professional and fun atmosphere and being a positive influence in the lives of young adults, email your resume to Brian Rossiter.
Being on staff at Camp Thunderbird is an experience of camaraderie, community and friendship where you will work hard and have the summer of your life.
At Thunderbird, staff members create a close community setting where campers can become more in tune with themselves, and grow to appreciate the outdoors. With fun and adventure at the heart of the camp experience, Thunderbird campers can choose between nearly 30 daily activities as well as multi-week adventure programs in majestic locations across the Pacific Northwest, Western U.S., Great Lakes and/or Canada. Both the Boys Camp and Girls Camp are hiring; current job openings include Trip Leaders (Both Camps) and Counselors who can teach Western Horseback, Pottery or Arts & Crafts (Girls Camp) and Fishing and a Ski Boat Driver (Boys Camp). All camp staff will work from early June to early August. Fill out the online application today!
Environmental Educators will have unique opportunity to develop meaningful relationships with the students and tailor lessons to best meet the interests and needs of the group.
The Cahaba Environmental Center is focused on inspiring students of all ages to become stewards of the natural world through hands-on, experiential environmental science programming that connects them to the Cahaba River. Paired with one trail group of 8-12 students during their 1-5 day experience, Environmental Educators will have the opportunity to share the wonders of the natural world, create a sense of community, foster a fun and safe learning environment and facilitate hands-on activities about topics such as forest and stream ecology, watershed science, Native American culture, and geologic processes. To apply, email your cover letter, resume and three references to Kim Hall. Now seeking Educators for the fall season (August to late November).
As brother-sister camps, Camp Lincoln and Camp Lake Hubert are located across the lake from each other, offering more than 30 land, water, adventure and wilderness activities.
Summer staff positions include Head Counselors, Counselors (each cabin contains typically 16-22 campers and 4-6 staff), Activity Leaders (from sailing, windsurfing, horseback riding, high ropes, and climbing wall to arts and crafts, photography, pottery, drama, guitar, martial arts and a variety of sports), a Kitchen team (25-30 individuals providing 3 meals/day for 700 campers/staff), and Health Care, Office, and Driver/Warehouse staff. The wages are competitive, the facilities are legendary, the benefits are endless and the experiences are unlike any you've known before! Staff can arrive as early as May 25th for activity training and leave as late as August 22nd (a full season). All staff orientation begins on June 4th, with campers in session from June 14th-August 10th. If you are caring, fun, 100% committed to working with children and being a positive role model in all aspects of work and play, fill out the online staff application.
Because all Counselors have the chance to lead activities in addition to counseling, working at Camp Wyoming gives you a wide range of experiences, skills and opportunities.
Camp Wyoming is seeking male Summer Camp Counselors who are looking for experience working with children, speaking in front of and leading groups in a variety of activities, teaching skills and leading Bible studies. Positions run from May 22nd though August 6th (with a middle of summer break from July 2nd–9th). If you have a passion for working with others through service, ministry and hospitality while seeking to make a difference in the world, fill out the online application or contact Stacie Hoppman for more information.
• Did you know? The community at Camp Wyoming is small and close-knit. 25 staff members are hired for the summer, which means that you will get to know everyone well. The friends you work with will be friends you keep for the rest of your life.