AZCC programs promote personal growth, experiential learning and an ethic of natural resource stewardship while incorporating the guiding principles of community, dedication, challenge, integrity and fun!
Exciting, challenging, rewarding — there is no one word to describe participating in an Arizona Conservation Corps project. You’ll learn, but it will take sweat. You’ll complete great service projects, but it won’t always be easy. You’ll meet some great people, but you won’t always see eye-to-eye. It’s about learning, working hard for the environment and communities, and giving something back. Now seeking Crew Leaders & Corpsmembers with work terms starting in August and September and ending in December or March.
Set apart by a first-rate staff, scenic campus, rich traditions, and impressive activities, and a Friendly to All way of life, YMCA Camp Takodah is a premier New England summer camp that offers classic single-gender programs for both boys and girls ages 7-17.
Takodah Outdoor Education Instructors will facilitate programs that have an emphasis on community team building, natural history, environmental education, outdoor living skills, nature hikes, the ropes course and other curriculum driven lessons. To apply, fill out the online application or connect with Peter Simmonds for more information. Now seeking applicants for the fall season (mid-August to mid-October).
Located in the beautiful woods around Durham, Raleigh and Chapel Hill, North Carolina, Schoolhouse of Wonder is a place where everyone can play, learn and grow towards being their best selves.
Ensuring a positive nature-based outdoor adventure experience for campers ages 3-17, Summer Camp Counselors will play games, sing songs, tell stories, swim in the river, hide in the leaves, jump in the mud, build forts and actively participate in all aspects of camp programs. Positions are available immediately through August 26th, with the possibility to extend into the fall season. A typical workweek is 45-50 hours MO-FR from 7:30am–6:00pm. If you have a passion for the outdoors and a desire to share that love with others, email your cover letter, resume and three references to [email protected].
True North has assembled a small, supportive, and close-knit community of gifted individuals who have come together to provide an inspiring and nurturing experience for their students and families.
As an intimate therapeutic wilderness program located in the Mad River Valley of central Vermont, True North Wilderness Program provides personalized therapeutic interventions for adolescents and young adults. Wilderness Therapy Guides will create unique experiences for their students that integrates the development of interpersonal and life skills, small group living, experiential activities, daily journal writing, and adventure-based expeditions. True North is now interviewing and inviting people to join their next hiring seminar.
Field Teachers work collectively as a part of a hard-working, supportive and positive team.
Bryant Pond 4-H Camp and Learning Center is seeking qualified, high-energy individuals to work in the Lakeside Classroom. Field Teachers will provide groups of 8-15 students (kindergarten through college) with high quality programming in ecology, team building, challenge course, climbing wall and outdoor skills. Now seeking applicants for the fall season, starting as early as August 7th with a hard start of August 21st through early November. To apply, email your cover letter, resume and three reference contacts to Lyndsey Smith.
ARCC Programs is the leading provider of adventure, community service, international travel and wilderness travel programs for teenagers and young adults in the United States.
With the opportunity to live, work, learn and explore in some of the greatest classrooms on earth, ARCC Gap Semester programs offer an educational and cultural bridge between high school and college. ARCC is looking for Gap Instructors who are enthusiastic about working with students aged 17-20 and who have strong experience working with groups. Instructors provide an academic framework and structure relevant to their location, as well as teach the curriculum designed for each location and global theme. If you are professional, fun, motivated, enthusiastic, flexible and creative, fill out the online application. Your resume, cover letter, and three references are required for a complete application. Applicants must be available for the Fall Semester (September 9 through December 16).