Dare to adventure. Dare to change. Work in Costa Rica as part of a dynamic, bilingual team at Pure Life by Aspiro!
Pure Life is currently hiring Field Guides with experience in the wilderness therapy industry. As part of the unique Pure Life experience, you will guide students through pristine rainforests, raft world famous whitewater, surf, and learn about Costa Rican culture, traditions and language. This program serves young adults ages 18-30, who have struggled to launch successfully into the adult world due to depression, anxiety, executive function deficits or a wide array of other mental health concerns. Applicants must have a valid passport, experience in the wilderness therapy industry, current CPR/WFA certificates, competency in the outdoors and confidence in outdoor skills. A one-year commitment is preferred. If you want to live the Pura Vida, experience the Tico lifestyle and do some serious work but also have a lot of fun, check out Pure Life.
Spend your summer on a bike in one of the most spectacular regions in the world, working and playing in Alaska and experiencing the adventure of a lifetime!
Seasonal positions with Sockeye Cycle include Bike Tour Guides, Van Drivers, Mechanics, Sales Reps, Retail/Office staff and Assistant Managers. The majority of staff are based in Skagway and involve daily tour operations with the cruise ships. Daily tours are three hours long with groups of twelve and two guides; other overnight and multi-day tours go out at varying dates and times based on staffing and seniority. At minimum, applicants must be U.S. citizens, 23 years old, and have a positive, outgoing, friendly attitude and clean driving record. Detailed job descriptions and an application is available online. The minimum contract is three months from April through September. Apply early as these positions fill fast.
Do you want to be part of the toughest and most rewarding job you've ever imagined? Join a family. Create a legacy. Change lives… yours, too!
Using the transformative power of the wilderness and adventure, Meramec Adventure Learning Ranch is dedicated to serving individuals and families whom much of the world has given up on. The Ranch is a unique program; the only one of its kind in Missouri and one of the few therapeutic adventure programs left in the country that serve youth in the state system. Now seeking a full-time Challenge Course Manager/Lead Guide to deliver adventure challenge course events that are safe, intentional, fun and challenging to the participants’ abilities. If you have a calling/passion about being part of the Ranch, disciplined work ethic, grit, unconditional care and a willingness to have fun and act silly, send your resume to Brett Bailey or view the complete job description.
With 18 local chapters located throughout Florida, the Florida Trail Association provides a place for hikers to gather and enjoy each other’s company in the great outdoors, while serving the public through their trail work.
The Florida Trail Association (FTA) develops, maintains, protects and promotes a network of hiking trails throughout the state, including the 1,300-mile Florida National Scenic Trail. The Panhandle Regional Representative will serve as a positive, highly visible, and effective representative of the Florida Trail Association, conveying the FTA’s messages of conservation, volunteerism and outdoor education to the public. To apply, send the following in PDF format to Alex Stigliano: a cover letter explaining your interest and salary requirements, resume and three professional references. Applications accepted until position filled. Desired start date is January 2017.
Living on an island is a wonderful way of life! Camp Orkila is settled on the Northwest corner of Orcas Island in the San Juan Islands, which means that you’ll enjoy views of the Canadian Gulf Islands and spectacular sunsets every night.
Seasonal Outdoor Environmental Educators at YMCA Camp Orkila will be responsible for teaching classes in marine & aquatic sciences, terrestrial ecology and earth science as well as facilitating group development and challenge course activities. Orkila’s facilities comprise of an 18,000-gallon salt water aquarium, salmon hatchery, organic garden, 1,000-foot zip line, several challenge courses, climbing tower, archery range, and crafts center. Now seeking applicants for the spring 2017 season (March 6th to June 15th). Fill out the online application or email Haley Winchell for more information.
Oliverian School is a unique, small, supportive, warm and loving community! This is a great opportunity to help struggling teens, while living in a beautiful landscape surrounded by outdoor adventure.
Dorm Parents play a key role in the lives of students and are responsible for cultivating a positive, supportive and home-like culture in the dorm; proactively helping students develop practical life skills as well as social and community living skills; providing critical study support during study halls; leading by example and enforcing school policies; and enriching students’ lives by planning and participating in a variety of on- and off-campus extracurricular activities. To apply, email your resume and cover letter to Barclay Mackinnon.