New Hampshire Jobs Directory

Teach, grow and explore at Nature's Classroom.

Teach, grow and explore at Nature's Classroom.

Summer Jobs, Seasonal Jobs, Internships and Volunteer Work in the U.S. & Abroad

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Nature's Classroom

Environmental & Outdoor Educators, Medical Team, Kitchen Staff

Freedom and Hancock (Sargent Center)

Through unique, hands-on experiential education programs, environmental/outdoor educators with Nature's Classroom immerse students in grades 4-8 in community awareness, motivational learning and conservation of our natural resources at one of 13 centers located in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York and Rhode Island. In addition to educators, medical staff (Nurse, LPN, EMT) and a kitchen team (Head Cook, Assistant Cook, Co-Cook) are hired each season.

Learn more about all 13 Nature's Classroom sites

Laura Short
Associate Director
Nature's Classroom
19 Harrington Rd.
Charlton, MA 01507
(508) 248-2741
(800) 433-8375 toll free
(508) 248-2745 fax
[email protected]

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Mayhew Program

Summer Link-Up Trip Leaders

Throughout New Hampshire, Vermont and Maine

For ten weeks each summer, 64 at-risk boys (ages 12-17) and 3 trip leaders take on the excitement and rigor of outdoor adventure trips in New Hampshire, Vermont and Maine. Through it all though, the staff and boys continue to build upon the uniquely challenging and supportive community called Mayhew. Working in tandem with two other staff members, Link-Up Trip Leaders will lead five-day backpacking, biking, canoeing and wilderness skills trips from June 13–August 19, 2015. To apply, contact Brett Billings for an application.

Brett Billings
Link-Up Trip Coordinator
Mayhew Program
P.O. Box 120
Bristol, NH 03222

(603) 209-6968
(603) 744-8347 fax
[email protected]

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Star Island

Pelicans (Island Community Summer Hospitality Staff)

Star Island is one of the rocky, wind-swept Isles of Shoals, located off the coast of Rye, New Hampshire. Life on the Island — second largest of the group of nine rocky islands lying nearly ten miles southeast of the mouth of the Piscataqua River — is much like living on a boat. On every side one sees and hears the sea. The shores of New England are visible to the west and north, but to the east and south are only sky and sea.

Interested in working and living on an island this summer with 100 college-aged peers? Recommended by Yankee Magazine as one of the top ten summer jobs in New England, Star Island Pelicans have the opportunity to learn more about the hospitality industry while reaping the rewards of an Island community. Employment is available from early June through mid-September; residency on the Island is required six days/week. Take a tour of the Island »

2015 Employment Alert
Star Island is no longer accepting applications for Summer 2015; however, they will be doing some additional hiring starting in July for their end of season period (August and September). The 2016 application will be posted on their website in early December 2015.

Kate Brady
Office Manager
Star Island Corporation
30 Middle St.
Portsmouth, NH 03801
(603) 430-6272
[email protected]

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Student Conservation Association

Summer National Conservation Crew Leaders

All 50 states and at more than 400 sites around the country

The Student Conservation Association is seeking qualified applicants to lead, educate, and inspire high school students for the summer of 2015. SCA’s National Crews offer you a chance to visit places you’ve never seen before, camping with your crew members in the field to enjoy nature at its best. You’ll be building trails, conserving vital habitats, and protecting natural resources for future generations. National Crews will also set you on the path to other SCA opportunities, like Trail Corps and Conservation Internships. Typical programs run 15 to 35 days in length, starting the beginning of June through the end of August.

The Student Conservation Association
689 River Rd.
Charlestown, NH 03603-4171
(603) 543-1700
[email protected]

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