Short-Term Job Adventures Texas
TOS at Camp Champions is located in the heart of Texas Hill Country in Marble Falls; TOS at Camp for All is located in the lush rolling hills of the Brazos River Valley in Burton
Are you interested in teaching children exciting things about the outdoors in the outdoors? Instructors with The Outdoor School connect kids to the natural environment—a place where they can see, hear, touch, smell and even taste nature. Outdoor Education Instructors will teach pre-approved academic and adventure curriculum, facilitate team building and high ropes courses and lead interesting evening activities. Three weeks of training provide the necessary knowledge in academics, ropes course, and anything else you need to survive during your term. Positions are available during the spring and fall, with the opportunity to work three consecutive seasons, each with additional responsibilities, offering a holistic view of the administration and direction of an outdoor education center. Applications are available online.
|Spring Season Employment Alert
• The Outdoor School is currently seeking Outdoor Education Instructors for the spring season (February through late May).
The Outdoor School
775 Camp Rd.
Marble Falls, TX 78654
(830) 598-6282, ext 221
(830) 598-1095 fax
Meaningful Camp Jobs
Camp Summit offers rustic country charm and a private atmosphere nestled in 460 acres of beautiful wooded surroundings in Paradise, Texas (northwest of the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex). In addition to the on-camp staff lounge there are many shops, restaurants and movie theaters within miles of the campground. During longer breaks, Dallas and Fort Worth are both an easy car ride from Paradise.
Camp Summit provides a great opportunity for growth, fun, resume building, memories, and impacting the lives of remarkable campers who have a wide range of disabilities. Seasonal staff positions include Counselors, Unit Leaders, Rovers, Nurses, Kitchen Staff, a Program Director and Activity Directors in the following areas: Arts & Crafts, Horses/Wrangler, Kaleidoscope, Nature, Pool, Ropes Course, and Sports & Games. 2018 job opportunities are available during the summer (May 19th–August 19th, with a staff break from June 30th-July 6th) or the fall season (September 8th–November 18th). A commitment for the entire season is preferred, and applicants must be able to commit to at least five consecutive weeks. If you are caring and compassionate, able to work on a team, open minded, willing to learn, energetic, enthusiastic, and encouraging, fill out the online application or contact Evan Looft for more info.
Assistant Camp Director
17210 Campbell Rd., Suite 180-W
Dallas, TX 75252
(972) 620-1945 fax
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Located in historic Washington County, the lush rolling hills of the Brazos River Valley provide the backdrop at Camp For All. The 206-acre camp site features more than 100,000 square feet of facilities, two lakes, nature trails, wooded areas and cleared areas for activities such as horseback riding and field sports.
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. 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! Positions are available during the spring season (February 9th–May 13th), summer (May 14th–August 10th) and fall (August 27th–November 18th), with an option to work multiple seasons. 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.
Camp For All
6301 Rehburg Rd.
Burton, TX 77835
Summer Trip Leaders
Teen Adventure Camp programs embark from Austin and Dallas, with adventure travel destinations that include the Appalachians (North Carolina, Tennessee), Big Bend National Park (Texas), the Ozarks (Arkansas) and the Rockies (Colorado, Utah).
EPIC Adventures Summer Camps are designed especially for coed teenagers 13-17 who want to be challenged through travel, service, leadership development, and high adventure programs. With a team of at least three coed staff members, Trip Leaders oversee all aspects of the program while en route and are responsible for managing group dynamics, motivating the group, maintaining safety standards, participating in service projects, and coordinating with outfitters. Other duties include logistics, packing, trip preparation, leading backcountry trips of 2-5 days, driving and maintaining the van, teaching camp skills, and chaperoning contracted portions of the trip such as whitewater rafting, kayaking, rock climbing and caving. Training begins as early as June 1st and concludes in mid-June, with trips running through early August. If you are flexible, dedicated, motivated, enthusiastic and positive, send your completed application to Kristin Personius.
|Summer Field Photographer Also Needed!
• Are you great at photography? Love outdoor adventure and travel? EPIC is also seeking a Field Photographer — perfect for the individual seeking an internship or desiring to gain valuable field experience.
P.O. Box 500
San Marcos, TX 78667
(512) 516-0603 fax
Environmental Leadership Program Field Instructors
With 500 acres of oak and juniper forests and the stunningly clear waters of the Guadalupe River cut through the middle, the property is located in the heart of beautiful Texas Hill Country.
Field Instructors with Mo-Ranch will take middle and high school students through a myriad of activities and classes designed to teach them about living and playing in the outdoors. Classes and activities focus students on three areas: leadership and partnership, the natural sciences and outdoor skills, with an underlying theme of environmental stewardship weaving its way through every activity. Field Instructors will have the opportunity to teach fresh minds, to introduce kids to the wonders of nature, to challenge and encourage participants on the ropes course, and to build new friendships with other Instructors. Compensation includes $360-$400 per week, housing, all meals (when dining hall is open), WiFi, laundry and all training costs. Positions are available from the spring to fall, with varied start/end dates. Apply online or contact Patrick Fitzgerald for more information.
Spring Season Employment Alert
• Mo-Ranch is currently seeking Field Instructors for the spring season (February to May).
Environmental Leadership Program Director
2229 FM 1340
Hunt, TX 78024
(800) 460-4401 toll free
(830) 238-4545 fax
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