Engage in the lives of others and the life of the land. Share your skills, talents and warmth with a diverse community of people trying to lead more fulfilling lives. Play in the Green Mountains of Vermont.
Become a Spring Lake Ranch House Advisor and gain experience in outdoor work, support the strengths and resiliency of others, make friendships that will last a lifetime, and see yourself grow and develop in a supportive vibrant community. Join the team for at least six months and receive $327/week, private accommodation within a Ranch residence, all meals, full health and dental insurance, two weeks paid vacation and sick time in the first year, educational opportunities, use of all Ranch facilities, plus the many less tangible benefits that come from living and working in a close-knit community.
The first of its kind nationally, STAR Guides offers wilderness therapy uniquely designed for adolescent boys and girls and young adults struggling with sexual behavior issues.
Functioning as a supervisory and therapeutic role in a small group setting, Field Guides are in charge of planning hikes, teaching survival skills and maintaining a safe and therapeutic environment. If you are looking for a fun culture and a proven treatment philosophy that allows plenty of room for your personality and style to shine, join the STAR Guides team of amazing Field Guides.
• Leaving footprints that matter! Working as a Field Instructor at Star Guides is an experience that changes your life forever as you help guide youth toward positive life change. Watch the STAR Guides employment video »
All Mo-Ranch staff participate in an extensive training program that focuses on communication and teaching skills, child behavior management, age level expectations and risk management.
Mo-Ranch Field Instructors will take middle and high school students through a myriad of activities and classes designed to teach them about living and playing in the outdoors. Classes and activities focus students on leadership and partnership, the natural sciences and outdoor skills, with an underlying theme of environmental stewardship weaving its way through every activity. Field Instructors will have the opportunity to teach fresh minds, introduce kids to the wonders of nature, challenge participants on the ropes course, and build friendships with other Instructors! Now accepting applications for the fall season (August to November).Apply online or contact Patrick Fitzgerald for more info.
Join VBT Bicycling and Walking Vacations — an award-winning, worldwide, active travel company and be part of their high performing, international team!
At VBT, Tour Leaders are more than simply tour guides. They are friends, partners, caregivers, and teachers. They know the local customs and traditions, have the inside track on the best places to shop, eat, explore and relax, and ensure their group will experience the best vacation of their lives! Leaders are typically assigned to one location during the peak season of March to November; however, some switch to multiple tours. Currently VBT is seeking Leaders for trips throughoutNorth America — from the California Wine Country & the Pacific Coast to Cape Cod & Martha’s Vineyard. Applicants must have a valid driver's license, clean driving record and ability to drive a 15-passenger van, cycle up to 50 miles daily or walk 12 miles daily in all types of weather conditions. If you have strong teamwork skills, energy, enthusiasm, a positive attitude, creativity, attention to detail, the desire to share education and a love for people, fill out the online application.
Work outdoors in amazing places. Contribute to vital conservation projects on public lands in Colorado, New Mexico and Utah. Better the land, better yourself. Camp out in the Southwest. Get paid for your work.
Residential Crews with the Southwest Conservation Corps blend team building with vital and meaningful conservation projects in beautiful Southwest locales throughout the year. Projects include technical trail construction and maintenance, wildfire management and mitigation, wildlife habitat and campground improvement, and a special program for Veterans who have served in the U.S. military. If you are positive, motivated, hard working, willing to work and participate as part of a team, don't mind a little dirt under your fingernails, and able to camp in all types of weather conditions, explore current job opportunities.
Work and learn in the gardens at Odiyan Buddhist Center. Grow vegetables. Connect to other spiritually minded people in an active, engaged environment.
Karma Yoga, Service and Learning! Odiyan Retreat Center, a spiritual and ecological sanctuary in northern California, offers hands-on work and skill training in a challenging volunteer work retreat program where work is the vehicle for your inner development. Revel in natural beauty, fresh air, clean water and nutritious vegetarian food while you contribute to preserving enlightened knowledge for the benefit of all humanity. Includes classes on Buddhism, housing, vegetarian meals and small living allowance. Now seeking one or two Gardeners to work in the organic vegetable garden beginning this summer.