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Some of the best magic happens behind the scenes! Seeking experienced and enthusiastic individuals for Automated Systems Rigger openings aboard Disney Cruise Line ships. This position offers an exciting opportunity to work for an entertainment industry leader to assist with Broadway-style productions and outdoor deck parties – operating stage scenic elements, automation systems and rigging equipment. Click to learn more about responsibilities and qualifications, and to apply today!
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Where in the world will you go? With programs in more than 20 countries around the world, InterExchange Working Abroad will take you almost anywhere you want to go!

Is going on an adventure abroad one of your goals this year?
With programs in more than 20 countries around the world, InterExchange Working Abroad will take you almost anywhere you want to go! From volunteering to teaching English to working as an au pair to traveling on a work program, InterExchange programs will offer you continuous support during your time abroad throughout Europe, Latin America, Africa, Asia and the Pacific.

Programs offer room and board and/or a stipend, in-country support, visa guidance, a 24-hour help line and opportunities for cultural learning. Add to your resume, explore another country firsthand and learn a second language. Whether you want to take a semester off, go abroad for a summer or stay for an extended program, InterExchange Working Abroad will work with you to make sure you have an unforgettable experience! View contact and address information View Blog View Facebook Page Follow on Twitter!

Thanks to the InterExchange Work Abroad program, I spent five wonderful months in Peru, where I learned Spanish and volunteered with underprivileged kids. —Andrea, InterExchange Volunteer in Peru

Thanks to the InterExchange Work Abroad program, I spent five wonderful months in Peru, where I learned Spanish and volunteered with underprivileged kids. Thanks to that international experience, I have furthered my career and am overseeing new operations in Latin America. I just want to say thanks to InterExchange for helping facilitate the whole experience. —Andrea, InterExchange Volunteer in Peru

The Road Less Traveled — Life Changing Travel

Creating life experiences that spark both physical and intellectual growth, The Road Less Traveled encompasses summer wilderness adventure, service learning and language instruction programs for young people ages 13-19. Participants and Field Instructors have the opportunity to venture to unique and culturally rich spots in the American West, Alaska, California, Hawaii, Florida Keys, the Gulf Coast, Belize, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Panama, Peru, India, Italy, Norway, Tanzania or Taiwan.

Field Instructors begin their summer with eight days of paid staff training, then guide and engage participants in service learning projects, language immersion programs, backpacking, ice and snow mountaineering, rock climbing, biking, kayaking, trekking, whitewater rafting and more. Co-leaders and Interns work in conjunction with the Trip Leader in a variety of supportive roles. Candidates must be at least 21 years of age, Wilderness First Responder (WFR) and CPR certified, have experience working with teenagers and solid wilderness and international travel skills. Spanish fluency is required and/or helpful for some programs. Benefits include a salary, living expenses, a stipend towards certifications and the opportunity to work with world-renown and expert guides. The hiring season runs from October through early May. There is no official closing date, but the earlier you send in your application, the more likely you will be hired and placed on one of your trip preferences. View contact and address information View Facebook Page View Google+ Page View Instagram Photos Check out Pinterest pinboard Follow on Twitter! View Vimeo Page Check out Yelp Reviews

As a Field Instructor for The Road Less Traveled, you'll have the opportunity to work with other highly motivated, qualified, committed professionals and experience extraordinary lands and cultures around the world.

Adventure travel and service learning your passion? The Road Less Traveled Field Instructors are selected for their ability to prevent and solve problems in the field, their capacity to relate to and enjoy travelers, and their language, travel and wilderness experience.

Wilderness Ventures: Summer Trip Leader JobsHike the Spanish Pyrenees, ice climb Alaskan glaciers or sea kayak the Puget Sound—all while helping fantastic groups of teenagers become better leaders, communicators and young adults. Wilderness Ventures runs summer programs that focus on multi-activity backcountry travel. Students (ages 12–19) are able to develop leadership, communication and team building skills while experiencing our natural world. Doubling as teacher, facilitator and mentor, Trip Leaders introduce small groups to the merits of living simply while participating in backpacking, climbing, canoeing, kayaking, rafting, sailing, fly fishing, biking, mountaineering and service project expeditions in beautiful places across the U.S., and as far away as Australia and New Zealand, Africa, Belize, Costa Rica, Ecuador and the Galápagos Islands, Peru, Europe and Thailand. Responsibilities include teaching outdoor skills, minimum-impact camping, environmental and cultural awareness, outdoor education, and natural and cultural history. Applicants should have experience and an interest in the outdoors, but it is even more important to value working with teenagers. If your goal is to climb the Grand Teton, this is not the job for you. Your goal should be helping teenagers get up the Grand Teton, and helping them to learn about themselves and others at the same time. All applicants must be at least 20 and have valid CPR and Wilderness First Aid (WFA) certifications. A nice wage and all trip expenses are provided. Training for all staff begins the week of June 9th in Salt Lake City, Utah. An application can be downloaded online; internships are also available. View contact and address information View Blog View Facebook Page View Google+ Page View Instagram Photos Check out Pinterest pinboard Follow on Twitter! View Vimeo Page Watch YouTube Videos

The 8-day staff training in Salt Lake City is a perfect environment for beginning your summer leadership adventure with Wilderness Ventures.

If you enjoy the outdoors, but most importantly love the idea of sharing, teaching and working with energetic young adults, being a a Wilderness Ventures Trip Leader has the potential of becoming a lifetime experience you will never forget.

Explore the world with Bold Earth Teen Adventures: learning through leadership and adventure since 1976!

Bold Earth has been a worldwide leader in teen adventure travel since 1976

Bold Earth Teen Adventures is about teenagers, adventure travel, community service, leadership, learning and discovery. Venture to the western U.S., Hawaii, Alaska, Europe, Costa Rica, South America, Africa, Asia or the South Pacific. Camp, rock climb, mountain bike, sea and river kayak, canoe, raft, backpack, surf, ski/snowboard, horseback ride, ice climb, sail, SCUBA, windsurf or study a foreign language. As a Trip Leader, you'll spend 4-9 weeks during the summer months facilitating group dynamics with up to 13 teens while teaching a broad range of adventure travel skills along with an experienced senior leader. Staff training begins on June 21st in the mountains outside of Denver, and first year leaders must have no time constraints between then and August 15th. Benefits include some of the highest wages in the outdoor industry, paid staff training, meals (there is no food budget, so leaders will eat well!), housing and great pro deal purchases. Applicants must be at least 21, a college graduate or working towards a degree, CPR and WFR/WAFA certified, and have successful leadership experience with youth. If you have high energy, good decision making skills and are organized, energized, patient, flexible, safety conscious and have a passion to teach teenagers about leadership and adventure travel, download the online application. Bold Earth requires a driving record and three references; selected applicants will be invited for a Skype interview. View contact and address information View Facebook Page Follow on Twitter! Watch YouTube Videos

Whether venturing to Hawaii, Fiji, South America, Thailand or other unique locales around the world, Bold Earth Trip Leaders get teenagers excited about adventure travel, community service, leadership and learning.

Bold Earth is one of the longest running and most experienced teen adventure programs. They are family owned and run, and work to create a personal relationship with all of their trip leaders! They are also one of the few teen adventure travel companies accredited by the American Camp Association.

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Disney Cruise Line: Apply for the Career of Your Dreams! Now seeking Youth Activities Managers and Spanish-Speaking Youth Activities Counselors. Visit DCLJobs.com for more information.

World-renowned as the best family cruising experience, Disney Cruise Line offers unique itineraries on the Disney Magic, Disney Wonder, Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy with destinations including the Bahamas, Caribbean, Alaska, Mexican Riviera, Mediterranean and more! Some cruises also stop at Disney's private island paradise in the Bahamas, Castaway Cay. Diverse crew members join Disney Cruise Line from around the world as valuable additions to the team. Crew are encouraged to bring creativity, inspiration and motivation to help provide the exceptional guest service that makes Disney Cruise Line an industry leader.

Featured Cruise Line Jobs:
Spanish-Speaking Youth Activities Counselors 4.5 months on; 8 weeks off
Interact with and supervise large groups of children (ages 3-17) while providing a safe environment; assist in set-up and clean-up of facilitated activities; and provide registration services for guests. Must be energetic and outgoing, at least 21 years of age, speak fluent English & Spanish, and have two years recent experience in a high-volume, fast-paced recreational/camp setting. Email your resume to apply »

Youth Activities Managers 4 months on; 8 weeks off
Responsible for daily operation of youth activities program; approve daily schedules & work within a budget; provide staff leadership/training; and serve as liaison with other departments. Must have minimum two years previous management experience in a related field AND four years experience in a high-volume childcare operation preferably in a recreational, leisure or camp setting. Email your resume to apply »

Competitive pay, benefits and ongoing training included. For more information about life aboard Disney Cruise Line, visit DCLJobs.com. View contact and address information View Facebook Page Follow on Twitter! Watch YouTube Videos

Roatan Divemaster Internship - the best way to become a professional diver.Roatan Divemaster Internships! Spend time on a beautiful Caribbean island and dive on the world's second largest coral reef! As a Professional PADI 5 Star Instructor Development and National Geographic Award dive center, Subway Watersports provides SCUBA diving adventures on Roatan in the Bay Islands of Honduras. Divemaster Interns will have an opportunity to learn at Roatan Dive Academy, where you will be taught all aspects of working within a busy, successful dive operation at a great resort location while training to become a PADI PRO diver. Go from zero to hero with their Open Water Divemaster package! After your internship, you can continue your education and join their Instructor Development Course (PADI IDC)—with small group sizes and personal teaching methods offered. Internships begin on the 1st and 15th of every month for a 4 to 9 week duration. Fees start at US$1,590 and include instruction, diving, use of equipment, shared lodging in a rustic island house and lunch. PADI certifications, training materials and insurance are extra. If you're open minded, positive, flexible, sociable, outdoorsy and love the water, send an email to [email protected] for an application and get a taste of an amazing career! Come take the plunge with Subway Watersports today. View contact and address information View Map & Get Directions View Facebook Page View TripAdvisor Reviews Watch YouTube Videos

Intern at Subway and experience a new career that lets you work at the most exotic locations around the world. Continue to Dive Instructor and get a head start in the job you've always dreamed of.

Join the Tribe on the Caribbean Island Roatan! Divemaster Interns with Subway Watersports will gain a unique insight and hands-on experience working in the dive industry while obtaining the education, training and credentials needed to become a PADI Divemaster. Find out about internship availability and the people who have already signed up. Intern at Subway and experience a new career that lets you work at the most exotic locations around the world. Continue to Dive Instructor and get a head start in the job you've always dreamed of.

Divemaster Internships/Go Pro Cozumel

Work, live and dive at a PADI 5 Star IDC dive resort in Cozumel, Mexico with Divemaster Internships/Go Pro Cozumel! While training towards becoming a PADI Pro Divemaster, you will work at the dive resort and learn about the daily operations, local marine life and conservation, customer service, and the role of a PADI Pro Divemaster. No scuba diving certification is required, however, an Open Water or entry-level certification is recommended. It is a good idea if you are in good physical shape and have a friendly and fun loving personality. Respect for nature and being a water lover of at least 20 years of age is important as well.

Internships start on the 1st and 15th of every month and last from 4 to 8 weeks depending on your diving certification level upon entry. Fees range from $1,450 to $2,590 based on skill level. Your home away from home is a gated-access, modern Mexican style house in the center of the city, complete with cable TV, DVD, WiFi and computer, plus free access to No Name Bar beach club, a short walk away. An application request is required and a response will be given in a few days after receipt as to acceptance into the internship program. Begin your dive adventure today! View contact and address information View Google Map & Get Directions View Facebook Page View Google+ Page Follow on Twitter!

Work, live and dive at a PADI 5 Star IDC dive resort in Cozumel, Mexico with Divemaster Internships/Go Pro Cozumel!

With 14 dive boats and 30+ Divemasters on staff you are sure to have a great educational experience learning how to be a Divemaster. You will be trained by some of the worlds best professional "REAL" working Divemasters. Check out who's coming to Divemasters »

Utila Dive Centre has 4 amazing offers for candidates who want to GoPro in 2014 with the most awarded PADI Career Development Center and team in the Americas.

Utila Dive Centre: divemaster internships, PADI scuba instructor course, and beginner to instructor scuba internships in Bay Islands, HondurasThe Utila Dive Centre is the premier choice in the Caribbean Bay Islands of Honduras and Central America for your scuba diving internship and career in diving and scuba education. Utila Dive Centre is a PADI 5 Star Resort and Career Development Center, a National Geographic Dive Center, and owned and operated by a team of enthusiastic instructors and diving professionals. Resident PADI Course Directors and Staff Instructors provide expert guidance and professional instruction for all scuba levels, from beginner to PADI scuba instruction internships, offering the broadest range of specialty training than any other facility in the Bay Islands.

GoPro Utila represents the professional training programs, technical diving courses and scuba instructor internships at the dive centre. Scuba diving internships are available every week, with job placements throughout Central America and the Caribbean. Specific customized packages include manuals, reef fees, certification cards, RDP dive planners, pocket mask, instructor materials, PADI fees, and a full set of ScubaPro equipment from head to toe. Initial accommodation and hotel stay is provided and then assistance is offered for solo or shared housing. Contact Andy Phillips or call +1.305.420.5959 for more information. View contact and address information View Map & Get Directions View Facebook Page View Google+ Page View Instagram Photos Check out Pinterest pinboard View TripAdvisor Reviews Follow on Twitter! Watch YouTube Videos

The Utila Dive Centre has a career-orientated program that will help you meet your goal of qualifying as a PADI Scuba Diving Instructor, and most importantly, excelling you in a profession that you will love.

In addition to performing the duties of a Divemaster, PADI Scuba Instructors with Utila Dive Center are also able to conduct the entire range of PADI programs, from Discover Scuba Diving up to Divemaster. You may also choose to acquire specialty instructor ratings in areas of interest, such as Digital Underwater Photographer or Enriched Air Diver. PADI Instructors work in over 180 countries worldwide, in a variety of roles at dive centers, tropical resorts and aboard cruise ships and Super Yachts.

 

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