The personal growth experienced in such an intense, challenging environment are on-the-job rewards that Aspiro Guides appreciate.
The Aspiro Group has pioneered dynamic and powerful wilderness adventure therapy programs for adolescents and young adults. Field Guides will lead and safely teach groups of students in activities that include rock climbing/rappelling, biking, backpacking, canyoneering and downhill skiing. Each skill taught can be compared to real life skills that will help students succeed. Aspiro seeks individuals of all levels of skill & experience.
Are you bright, self-confident and motivated to be a mentor and role model for young adults in transition to healthy living?
Located in Southern Oregon within the shadow of Mt. Shasta, Dragonfly Transitions is looking for bright, self-confident and motivated people to become Mentors for young adults in transition to healthy living. Farm Mentors are also needed to teach life skills and facilitate daily farm chores at The Homestead, Dragonfly's 30-acre farm where students work on therapeutic issues in a quiet, rural setting.
Do you have a service leader mentality, strong decision-making skills and a willingness to work hard?
As a staff member for Wilderness Inquiry, you may fill the role of pack horse, teacher, rehabilitation specialist, folksinger, chef, personal-relationship counselor, storyteller, disciplinarian, dishwasher and bush doctor. Now accepting applications for summer staff members! Get inspired and hang one of these fliers on your frig: Trail Guides • Canoe Guides • Internships. If you have outstanding leadership and decision-making skills, high energy, and a willingness to work hard, apply now!
With close to a million acres of state and federal forest adjacent to the property, Lutsen Resort is a paradise for those who enjoy playing in the outdoors.
Lutsen Resort is seeking a full-time, year-round Assistant Activities & Recreation Director. Responsibilities include developing and conducting programs, supervising staff, acting as “second in charge”, maintaining equipment, overseeing the activities desk in the main lobby and leading groups in both summer and winter activities, including sea kayaking, fly fishing, kids programs, yoga, crafts, naturalist programs, cross country skiing and snowshoeing. Position starts in May with a flexible start date.
Live life on the edge at Grand Canyon North Rim—one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World!
Hospitality services at Grand Canyon Lodge include 218 guest units, a dining room, gift shop, delicatessen, general store, public laundry/shower facility, gas station, and an outdoor cooking venue — and they need plenty of summer staff to provide exceptional guest & hospitality services in these areas.
Explore a unique summer job opportunity with Camp Fire Alaska Rural Program to serve Alaska's kids and engage rural communities!
With Camp Fire's Rural Alaska Program, summer Program Staff will travel to villages throughout the state leading programs on community engagement, healthy lifestyle choices and facilitating outdoor recreation activities. Applicants must be comfortable traveling in small aircraft and living unplugged in remote areas for extended periods of time.