Come into your Element!
Blending the best of traditional wilderness therapy with integrated adventure therapy components in Utah’s forests, mountains and canyons, Elements Traverse seeks to be the most effective and engaging treatment program for young adults ages 18-25. Now seeking new and experienced staff to serve clients at the highest level. Field Mentors with Traverse will become part of a small, vibrant, owner-operated community, and are called upon to be a parent figure, advisor, teacher, friend, a source of encouragement, and a keen listener. Mentors work 8-days-on, 6-days-off and must commit to at least 1 year in the role. If you share a commitment to Traverse’s core values of passion, empowerment, character, and connection, learn more and take the next steps!
From wide, wheelchair friendly sidewalks to a zero entry pool to a tree house anyone can enter, Camp For All turns can't do into CAN DO with their barrier free approach to the camp site, facilities and programming.
Camp For All Program Instructors will play a vital role in helping campers discover life through effective and fun programs. Job tasks include hosting campers, volunteers, guests and groups, teaching a wide variety of program activities, planning and implementing programs in team building & challenge courses, facilitating epic night activities and more! Now seeking Instructors for the spring season (February 6–May 15) and summer (May 15–August 12). If you have previous experience working with children in a camp environment, completed at least one year of college and are hardworking, outgoing and creative, fill out the online application.
Are looking for a stimulating and rewarding experience where you can make a difference in a child's life?
Waterskiing and windsurfing on Panther Lake. Conquering the climbing tower or low ropes course. Mountain biking wooded trails. Creating pottery in the ceramics studio. With activities galore, complemented by laughter, friendship and community, Maine's Kingsley Pines Camp fosters an exciting and rewarding experience for summer counselors, instructors, staff members and its resident campers ages 8–16. Now hiring hundreds of summer staff members to begin work on June 10th! To apply for a counselor position fill out the online application; for other job openings, send your resume to Alan Kissack.
With hundreds of awesome individuals on staff, each team member is highly qualified and passionate about the wonders of the Alaska region and what they do.
Alaska Mountain Guides & Climbing School and Chilkat Guides are premier guiding companies who offer trip options for any outdoor enthusiast visiting Southeast Alaska. Summer Guides (Float, Hike, Kayaking and Rock Climbing/Zip Line), Trip Leaders and Naturalists have the goal of getting participants excited about the great outdoors. In addition to entry-level Guide positions, Commercial Bus Drivers (with training provided), and Catering, Dock, Maintenance and Office staff are needed every summer. The annual Guide School (beginning mid-April and mid-May for those without guiding experience) is by invitation only. All invitees successfully completing the guide school are offered employment as Guides from May through the end of August or September depending on the position. Meet the Guides »
The Y has a well established outdoor education program with many resources at each Instructors disposal. Through career related training and certification, you will grow tremendously in the field of outdoor education.
Through guided discovery, communal living and hands on exploration, Program Instructors for Greenkill Outdoor Education Center are responsible for planning and teaching classes in the areas of environmental science (outdoor ecology, wildlife studies and environmental topics), outdoor skills (orienteering, survival and outdoor adventures) and local history as well as facilitating team building through the use of low initiatives, climbing walls and ropes courses to 5th and 6th grade students on their 1-5 day educational field trip. Positions are available from February 1st–June 30th, with the opportunity to continue throughout the summer months and/or the fall season. If you are energetic, flexible, outdoorsy and outgoing, send your cover letter, resume and 3 references to Hillary Southard.
CCYC is looking for adventurous and physically fit people with the desire to work hard and make a real and lasting difference.
Here in the rugged terrain of the Four Corners, where Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico and Utah meet, local teens and young adults have the opportunity to join Canyon Country Youth Corps (CCYC) for a healthy dose of service, conservation, education, leadership and adventure. Operated by Four Corners School of Outdoor Education, CCYC is now seeking Head Crew Leaders will be responsible for training Crew Leader Development Program Members in both leadership skills and the completion of conservation projects in the spring, and successfully leading crews in the summer/fall. Crews have a tentative schedule from February through November and typically work 9 days on, 5 days off, camping in remote locations during time on. To apply for a Crew Leader or Crew Member position, email your resume, cover letter and 3 references to Jason Phillips.
Change your life and do some of the most crucial work you will ever do.
Original Volunteers offer affordable placements to 20 worldwide destinations throughout Latin America, Africa, Europe and Asia. With over 100 volunteer projects that will suit every need, budget and passion, options include work with children, help at underfunded hospitals and clinics, build and repair crumbling schools, conservation projects, sports volunteering, teaching English abroad, and work with rescued animals at shelters. No set departures, no fixed itineraries. After joining Original Volunteers with a US$150 registration fee, programs are priced affordably to suit student budgets and include accommodation and experienced local support teams in all locations. Applicants must be at least 18 on arrival and have basic to good spoken English.
Camp Chi Counselors rave about their fun, rewarding, life-changing summers!
Trip Leaders are responsible for leading and managing the Pacific Northwest Adventure trip, while providing campers with a safe and rewarding summer. Campers and staff begin their journeys at Camp Chi and travel by bus to the west coast for camping, hiking, biking, rafting and other wilderness adventures. Outdoor Adventure Specialists, who are experienced in outdoor cooking, ropes & climbing wall (certification required) and/or horseback riding, will plan and lead dynamic and engaging age appropriate activities and lessons. If you are ready to work in a fast paced, immersive, outdoor and rustic environment, fill out the online application. Positions run from June 4th–August 28th.
The Adirondack Trail Improvement Society operates in one of the Northeast's best wilderness settings maintaining some of the most dramatic and demanding trails in the High Peaks.
The ATIS Trail Crew season begins with a patrol of the entire trail system to remove winter blow down, clean existing drainage structures, and assess damage from the winter. Following the patrol, the crew will work on selected projects for the remainder of the season to repair, harden or reroute trails. The crew is also responsible for maintaining and, if necessary, rebuilding 20 bridges and 24 ladders in the trail system. Applicants must make a commitment from May 15th to August 4th (40 hours/week, MO-FR) and be self-motivated, physically fit and have prior trail work and backcountry experience. If you have a passion for trail work, hard physical work, living and working outdoors, safety, a willingness to learn, and strive to do superior work, email your cover letter and resume to Erik Jacobson.