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Whether you are a student, career-shifter or retiree, seasonal staff members at Omega are encouraged to engage in the inner work of self-examination and personal growth within the context of community living.

From 18 year olds to retirees, Community Members come from all walks of life. Many individuals in mid-life find that a season at Omega is an ideal experience during a life transition or career change. Together, Omega Community Members all play an integral role in co-creating Omega’s vibrant learning community—a responsive, nurturing, and supportive atmosphere in which to work, study, play, rest and recharge.
Positions available through October.

Backdoorjobs.com • Short-Term Job AdventuresIs resort, hospitality, food and/or guest services your passion? Find your dream job for a summer, a season or year-round at a resort, retreat center, inn, learning center, lodge, hotel, conference center, ski resort or at a National Park.

Hot summer jobs are available in food and beverage (from wait staff, bussers and bartenders to bakers, cooks and chefs), guest services, front desk and office management, accounting and administration, retail, childcare, housekeeping, lifeguards, program coordination, maintenance, reservation agents and tour drivers. And the winter months bring ski and snowboard school instructors, lift and mountain operations positions, dispatch & ski patrol, driving a snowcat and hospitality jobs galore. Uncover your perfect resort job!

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Chulitna Lodge Wilderness Retreat shares a love for responsible exploration of our worlds most remote locations, with the intent of passing forward the value of maintaining such places wild, and to personally reap the benefits of life a world apart.

Join the staff of Chulitna Lodge Wilderness Retreat as a Chef and enjoy a summer adventure on the shores of Lake Clark in Alaska! Chulitna Lodge hosts adventure seeking clientele and runs a truly unique artist-in-residence program, which brings artists from all over the world to live and work in the heart of the Alaskan landscape. This intentional community inspires creativity, experimentation, collaboration and discovery for all who come to share this space.

Chef requirements include preparing two meals per day for 8-15 people, the ability to cook healthy creative meals in a timely manner, management and monitoring of food preservation and re-purposing of leftover foods, a willingness to learn the ins and outs of off-the-grid living protocols and the desire to live away from cities and towns in paradisiacal environment. Pay is commensurate with experience, plus all living and travel expenses and the opportunity to spend time in a community environment a world apart from the hustle and bustle of modern life (the remote flight through Lake Clark Pass is adventure enough!). Time off brings boating, hiking, rafting, fishing, kayaking, plus excursions to other areas of Alaska, like Kenai and The Wrangell Mountains. If you are creative, artistic, conscientious, hard-working, organized and clean, fully committed, friendly, a team player and interested in alternative dietary lifestyles, email your resume and cover letter (noting why you desire the Chef position and consider yourself an ideal candidate, and what kind of person you are and how that influences your culinary philosophy) to Steven Silber. A sample menu is optional. Position starts immediately and runs through mid-September.

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The Chef will have the opportunity to prepare healthy creative meals using the freshest ingredients, including salmon caught fresh out of Lake Clark!

Learn & Experiment: much of the food can be foraged for and the garden produces most of the leafy greens and salad veggies. Quality ingredients are flown out on a regular basis.
Drink: the Lodge produces their own line of craft beers and homemade whiskies!
Salmon: staff annually catch 200+ salmon fresh out of the lake directly in front of the Lodge.

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Stanford Sierra Conference Center: Resort, Hospitality & Guest Service Job Opportunities every spring and fall.If an exciting hospitality job and beautiful mountain setting is beckoning you, Stanford Sierra Conference Center is a place where you'll have the opportunity to work and play hard, make new friends and help guests enjoy their stay.

Program in the Spotlight Tucked between Desolation Wilderness and Fallen Leaf Lake in South Lake Tahoe, California, Stanford Sierra Conference Center provides all-inclusive lodging and meeting facilities for conferences, business retreats and social events. Every spring and fall, a tight-knit community of seasonal hospitality staff members is formed who take pride in a job well done. Most first-year seasonal staff will spend their time working in housekeeping, the dining room and/or exclusively in the kitchen; however, specialized and management positions are also available. Beyond the rewards of working and playing in a beautiful mountain setting, you'll earn an hourly wage, live in rustic cabins, indulge in delicious and healthy food, and have full use of the recreational facilities. Self-motivated, hardworking, and reliable people who have an excellent sense of professionalism, a warm personality, and a high level of maturity will thrive at Stanford Sierra. The spring conference season runs from mid-April to mid-June (there are also some specialty jobs for the spring and three-season positions which run from spring through fall); the fall term runs from early September through early November; and opportunities for extended employment and increased responsibility may also become available during your work term. Learn more at StanfordSierra.com.

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Fall Season Employment Alert
Stanford Sierra will be accepting applications for the fall season (September 7th to November 10th) beginning on July 1st. Keep an eye on the application page!

Those with a warm personality and a high level of maturity will thrive at Stanford Sierra Conference Center.

You’ll experience miles upon miles of great hiking trails during your time off!

The enthusiastic team at Stanford Sierra Conference Center come from all walks of life—college students, professionals between jobs, experienced workers in the service industry, travelers and people taking time off. Visit the Conference Center Staff site »

Experience the Beauty of Ratna Ling.

Living and working at Ratna Ling inspires inner growth while living in a community of resident volunteers from around the world. Includes housing in cozy cabins with one roommate and private bath, delicious (and mostly organic) vegetarian meals, classes, Skillful Means training and a monthly living allowance. Ratna Ling Retreat Center is located 100 miles north of San Francisco in the redwood studded coastal hills of Sonoma County. Resident Volunteers enjoy the benefits of the beauty of the natural surroundings, the support of a community of spiritually oriented people, and the invitation to explore ancient wisdom teachings that inspire a wealth of positive change. This is an opportunity to acquire valuable inner knowledge and an environment where personal inner inquiry, cooperation and spiritual values are supported. Current job openings include a Retreat & Event Planning Specialist, Marketing & Graphic Design Specialist, Vegetarian Cuisine Chef, Gardener, Groundskeeper & Maintenance and the Book Bindery (no experience required). No religious affiliation required, although seeking people who have a sincere interest in Buddhism and exploring work as a path to inner freedom. Must be at least 23 years of age and couples are welcome to apply. The initial commitment is six months to a year. Email [email protected] for more information or apply now.

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Ratna Ling Work-Study Program: How can you get the most out of life?

Ratna Ling is going gang busters this year! More resident staff needed in the kitchen, guest facilities and outdoors. Learn more about current job openings.

Incline Village General Improvement District: Your Tahoe Place for Work and Play! Diamond Peak Resort: Winter Ski Jobs in Lake Tahoe. Seasonal Jobs at Incline Village GID and Diamond Peak Ski Resort.

Experience what Pure Tahoe Fun is all about! Located between mountain peaks and the northern shoreline of Lake Tahoe, Incline Village General Improvement District (IVGID) provides utility and recreational services for the Incline Village & Crystal Bay communities. Recreational features include two 18-hole golf courses, a tennis complex, skateboard park, private beaches, parks and a recreation center complete with Olympic-size swimming pool, gym, fitness and weight area. Spring/Summer employment opportunities include day camp leaders, beach, golf & tennis hosts, lifeguards and swim instructors, trail crew, food & beverage staff (banquet severs, bartenders, cashiers, cooks & delivery folks), groundskeepers, carts crew, recreation staff and more. Benefits include free or discounted use of the Incline Recreation Center (indoor pool, sauna, workout area and group fitness), food and beverage discounts, and exciting employee events throughout the season. Those who possess a good work ethic, enjoy the outdoors and are customer-service focused will enjoy their first-name basis, mountain experience. If snow is your passion, winter jobs are available at Diamond Peak Ski Resort each ski season, from December through April. Explore all current job openings and apply online.

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Great seasonal hospitality jobs in Lake Tahoe!

As a seasonal employee with Incline Village GID, you'll be providing great customer service to guests while enjoying a multitude of recreational opportunities in the surrounding area.

As a seasonal employee with Incline Village GID, you'll be providing great customer service to guests while enjoying a multitude of recreational opportunities in the surrounding area.

Whether you are a first-timer or a seasoned paddler, Otter Bar offers personalized kayak instruction, exquisite cuisine, and a spectacular wilderness lodge located on California's pristine Salmon River.Small. Personable. Incredible Gear. Spectacular Lodge. Phenomenal Food. This is Otter Bar Lodge — a premier kayak school located in California's far northwest corner. The location is remote and magnificent, the atmosphere is intimate and friendly, and the team strives to offer the finest guest experience available both in and out of the kayak. Every year from May through mid-August, Otter Bar hires two chefs, housekeepers, gardeners and professional kayak instructors. Food is a big focus here and they are currently seeking a Chef to create well prepared, nicely presented and delicious meals for 14 guests a week and a staff of anywhere from 7-10. The job is similar to cooking for a dinner party, and you’ll have the freedom to be creative and on your own in the kitchen. Knowledge of international cooking styles and the ability to manage varied menus (vegetarian, vegan, gluten free or food allergies) is essential. The two chefs will trade off 6-hour shifts every other day: one will work the breakfast/lunch shift, while the other will focus on dinner. Compensation includes $650/week, plus tips, room and board, plenty of incredible outdoor activities, and the option to learn how to kayak on your time off from world-class teachers. There is no cell service; however, there is a staff phone and WiFi access everywhere on the property. To begin the application process, email your resume (and note your interests and skills unrelated to cooking) and professional references to Kristy and Peter Sturges.

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Every day at Otter Bar is filled with fun times, wonderful food, and good company.

At Otter Bar Lodge, the staff is as just important as their paying guests. It is a family atmosphere where everybody lives and works together and often spends off time hanging out together. You will meet interesting guests each week and you’re encouraged to spend time with them. There is a good vibe here and an active theme of working hard and playing hard.

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Experience the Power of Four with Aspen Skiing Company. Four mountains means winter-jobs-a-plenty!

Aspen Skiing Company was rated number 92 on Outside Magazine's top 100 places to work in 2015!Live. Work. Play. Here.
Experience the Power of Four with Aspen Skiing Company! They operate four ski areas: Aspen Mountain, Highlands, Snowmass and Buttermilk. This includes over 5,500 acres of terrain as well as boundless activities, dining and nightlife at their hospitality properties The Little Nell and The Limelight Hotel. Winter and year-round jobs include opportunities in the ski and snowboard school, snowcats, snowmaking, food & beverage, housekeeping, retail and rental, guest service representatives, lift attendants childcare and more. They love it when employees can stay through the entire season, and, of course, have a passion for excellence in customer service effort.

At Aspen Skiing Company, they believe they have a collective responsibility to ensure that their company is a rewarding place to work and their community a desirable place to live. They respect and nurture the delicate balance between “resort” and “community” that makes them unique. The combination of their values-based company with unparalleled mountain sports, community, history, culture and environment gives them a unique market niche. They believe they are successful because they live their values and it shows—as they continue to be recognized as one of Outside Magazine's Best Places to Work. Explore current job openings (including mountain operations and hospitality jobs during the summer months) and apply online.

Come work for Aspen Skiing Company!

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With job opportunities in the ski and snowboard school, tickets, snowmaking, food & beverage, retail and rental, lift operations, and childcare, Aspen Skiing Company employs 3,400 people every winter.

Aspen Snowmass offers the complete work, live and play experience.

When it comes to a great destination to land a seasonal job—from the great outdoors and incredible skiing to unique cultural activities and exciting nightlife—Aspen Snowmass offers the complete work, live and play experience. Covering 5,500 acres and hosting 1.3 million skiers annually, Aspen Skiing Company employs 3,400+ people every winter.

Winter Park Resort - Colorado's Favorite.Had enough of the cold and want to enjoy the warmth of summer? Winter Park Resort is not just for skiing. With more than a hundred miles of hiking and biking trails, you can unleash your summer warrior in the great outdoors! Summer at the resort brings all sorts of attractions to keep the young and young at heart entertained, including the Leaps & Bounds Bungee, GyroEXTREME, Colorado's longest Alpine Slide, the Amaze'n Human Maze, and two high-speed chairlifts that carry mountain bikers, hikers and view-seekers atop Winter Park Mountain. With plenty of outdoor fun, the resort is now recruiting an energized team of people to work from late May through the end of September. Job opportunities include summer program attendants, lift operators, mountain bike patrollers, food and beverage members, and housekeeping, facilities and maintenance staff. But it's not all work. You'll have an abundance of time to play in the great outdoors: fishing, rock climbing, 4x4 off-roading, golfing, road biking, white water rafting, horseback riding, camping, hunting, hiking, mountain biking, sailing, photography and plenty of music festivals and concerts to enjoy with new friends. Make your dream of living in the mountains come true by applying for a job today!

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With more than a hundred miles of hiking and biking trails, you can unleash your summer warrior in the great outdoors!

If you want to make your dream of living, working and playing in the mountains come true, explore current job openings!

Get a job. Make your dream of living in the mountains come true. Some call it a career opportunity — Winter Park Resort calls it a lifestyle opportunity. Now recruiting for summer jobs.

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The New England Outdoor Center believes in the spirit of adventure and promoting quality outdoor experiences that will have long lasting positive effects in people’s lives.

The team at the New England Outdoor Center is hardworking, devoted and passionate about the outdoors.

Program in the Spotlight Named Best Adventure Resort in New England by Yankee magazine in 2014, the New England Outdoor Center (NEOC) is located on Millinocket Lake and home to Twin Pine Cabins, the award winning River Driver’s Restaurant and Penobscot Outdoor Center campground. In addition to lakeside lodges and cabins, NEOC offers a number of activities for the outdoor enthusiast. Depending on the season, activities include whitewater rafting on Class I-V rapids, moose & wildlife tours, canoeing, kayaking, hiking, paddle boarding, snowmobiling and cross-country skiing. NEOC is seeking hardworking, devoted individuals who are passionate about the outdoors, hospitality and customer service. Seasonal job opportunities include Whitewater Raft Guides, Office, Reservations and Front Desk staff and a Kitchen & Food Services team. Positions start as early as April/May with work through September or longer. During the winter season, NEOC looks for staff to work with various winter ski programs for area youth. They also need a crew to work with snowmobile rentals, grooming and plowing. Most staff would be working 20-40 hours a week. Compensation includes an hourly pay plus employee discounts on all NEOC activities. Low cost housing is available in the area. NEOC facilities are in an amazing location that makes it easy to paddle, fish and hike on days off in the Great North Woods and Baxter State Park. If you have experience in raft guiding or the hotel, restaurant and guest services industry, connect with NEOC.com.

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NEOC is always interested in hearing from people with a background in the outdoors, hospitality and customer service.

NEOC is always interested in hearing from people with a background in the outdoors, hospitality and customer service. A strong work ethic and a desire for a career in the Katahdin region are also important qualities that are shared by all NEOC staff members.

Maine Huts & Trails offers a perfect year-round backcountry hospitality vacation for soft adventure outdoor enthusiasts of all ages.

Maine Huts & Trails is a nonprofit organization working to establish a 200-mile recreational trail corridor in Maine’s Western Lakes and Mountains region. MH&T currently operates four backcountry huts accommodating up to 48 guests each and 80 miles of trails, offering hiking, mountain biking and paddling. In the winter, trails are groomed for hut-to-hut cross-country skiing. The huts are off the grid, with wood and propane heat, solar and hydropower, solar hot water and composting toilets. A Hut Master and Hut Crew work as a tight-knit team to create memorable outdoor experiences and a welcoming and friendly environment for visitors. The crew will undertake a variety of responsibilities on a rotational basis, including front desk, food preparation, housekeeping and custodial duties, and assisting with operation and periodic maintenance of green energy systems. The 2016/17 Winter Season runs from December 9th through March 28th. The 2017 Summer/Fall Season runs from June 30th through October 24rd at Flagstaff Hut, Stratton Brook Hut and Poplar Hut and June 30th through October 10th at Grand Falls Hut. Compensation includes a competitive salary, onsite housing and meals, and pro deal purchases. Applicants must be outgoing, self-sufficient and capable of maintaining high standards in an isolated environment. Hospitality or food service experience is preferred. Apply online or email Sarah Pine for more information. Priority will be given to qualified candidates able to work the full season.

MH&T also seeks Volunteer Hut Caretakers from 2-12 weeks during the self-service season. Room and board is provided. This is a unique opportunity to live rent-free and off the grid, with a recreational playground at your fingertips!

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Hut staff work together with a small team to deliver backcountry hospitality and create memorable outdoor experiences for people of all ages.

Outgoing, self-sufficient people, who are team players, effective problem solvers, and capable of maintaining high standards in an isolated environment will thrive at Maine Huts & Trails.

Maine Huts & Trails offers a perfect year-round backcountry hospitality vacation for soft adventure outdoor enthusiasts of all ages. Hut staff work together with a small team to deliver backcountry hospitality and create memorable outdoor experiences for people of all ages. Interaction with hut staff is at the heart of the visitor experience.

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Lutsen Resort on Lake Superior is the most historic resort in the state of Minnesota.

Whether travelers are looking for a place to relax, a romantic getaway, a family vacation or an outdoor adventure, they'll find the perfect blend of North Wood's tradition and contemporary amenities at the iconic Lutsen Resort on Lake Superior's North Shore. Now seeking a full-time Assistant Activities & Recreation Director with responsibilities that include conducting and developing programs, training and supervising staff, acting as “second in charge”, maintaining equipment, overseeing the activities desk in the main lobby and leading groups in both summer and winter activities, including sea kayaking, hikes, fly fishing, children’s programs, yoga, crafts, naturalist programs, cross country skiing and snowshoeing. You will interact with a varied population including young children, teens, adults of all ages and international travelers. Wages start at $13/hour, plus health and dental benefits plan, paid vacation, affordable onsite housing, a free daily meal and 50% off all Dining Room/Pub food. There is potential for support with various certifications, such as ACA Kayaking and Wilderness First Responder. Applicants with strong leadership, attention to detail, organizational skills, experience leading programs and the ability to work with varied populations are preferred. Preference will be given to those with strong sea kayaking experience and/or certifications. This is a year-round position with time off available during the shoulder seasons (November and April) for travel and adventure. Your hours will drop to 32 hours per week during this period. To apply, fill out the online application and email your cover letter and resume to Clair Nalezny.

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Yoga on Lake Superior's shoreline... what a perfect way to start the day.

Enjoy downhill and cross-country skiing, great hiking, sea kayaking, wilderness paddling, lake and stream fishing, bike trails and more.

With close to a million acres of state and federal forest adjacent to the property, Lutsen Resort is a paradise for those who enjoy playing in the outdoors. Enjoy downhill and cross-country skiing, great hiking, sea kayaking, wilderness paddling, lake and stream fishing, bike trails and more.

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American Prairie Reserve is being designed for visitors around the world to experience spectacular wildlife and to protect one of the world's most important and imperiled ecosystems.Imagine helping to build a natural treasure! American Prairie Reserve is spearheading a unique effort to create the largest visitor-centered wildlife reserve in the continental United States by linking together more than three million acres of private and public land on north central Montana's legendary Great Plains. Seasonal Reserve Crew (6 openings) will provide assistance in the operation and maintenance of the land infrastructure, facilities, structures, grasslands, livestock and wildlife, and will complete a wide range of maintenance and light carpentry work including interior, exterior, and property needs for over 300,000 acres and 20+ structures and buildings. The Reserve Crew will also provide logistical, hosting, cleaning, and concierge support for visitor experiences in a variety of lodging facilities including the campground and science and education center. The job requires laborious work and regular physical exertion in variable and possibly extreme weather conditions, at remote and isolated locations, and on potentially difficult and hazardous terrain. Compensation includes a competitive hourly wage, staff housing 20 minutes from the yurt camp in former ranch houses, laundry, recreational room, WiFi access, a food stipend and company vehicles (or mileage reimbursement for a personal vehicle). Applicants must have a reliable transportation to and from the Reserve and available for work 4-6 days per week and 10-16 hours per day. This is a residential seasonal position from May to October. To apply, email your cover letter and resume to [email protected].

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The camp consists of five high-end yurts, which were designed to bring the outdoors in.

The Reserve provides staff the opportunity to experience life on what will be the largest wildlife reserve in the lower 48 states.

When complete, American Prairie Reserve will provide critical habitat for a stunning variety of species, offering modern visitors the opportunity to witness the same wildlife spectacle that dazzled Lewis and Clark more than two centuries ago. Described by National Geographic as "one of the most ambitious conservation efforts in American History," check out this video to learn more about the Reserve.

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Omega Institute for Holistic Studies

The seasonal staff at Omega are instrumental in producing a fantastic guest experience for the workshop, conference, and retreat participants at the Rhinebeck, NY campus.

Program in the Spotlight A season at the Omega Institute offers a unique opportunity to live in community, work in service, and to learn about yourself and others. Each year over 350 staff members with diverse backgrounds join Omega's Service Corps to work and grow alongside like-minded people. Seasonal Staff Community Members live and work in a vibrant learning community on Omega's beautiful 200-acre campus, enjoy delicious meals in a mostly vegetarian dining hall, and have access to more than 3,000 staff classes in everything from yoga, the arts, energy healing, coaching, and so much more. Benefits include a weekly wage, indoor housing on Omega’s campus, wholesome meals, discounts at the Omega Store, Omega Café and Omega Wellness Center, and access to campus facilities, concerts and dances. To fulfill the many departmental needs, Omega is currently looking for service oriented people with skills in such areas as hospitality, customer service, gardening, audio/visual, lifeguards with water-front module certification, food service cooks, and luggage handlers. Applicants must commit to 6 months during the months of April through October (part-time positions are also available for a shorter term). If you are creative, enthusiastic, responsible, willing to learn and are seeking ways to make our world more healthy and humane, consider joining the Omega team! Learn more about the Omega Seasonal Community Member Experience »

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Current Hiring Needs @ Omega!
Residential Seasonal Staff Members commit to a full-time schedule through October. Seeking applicants with interest and experience in professional cooking to work in the kitchen as Cooks and Sous Chefs for immediate openings!
Residential Seasonal Service Corps Members commit to a part-time schedule of up to 28 hours per week for at least 4 weeks. Seeking applicants with interest and experience in all departments!

Omega FoodWorks Seasonal Jobs Program

Are you interested in learning how food can bring health and healing to individuals and our world? The Omega FoodWorks team staffs the kitchen, the dining hall and the Omega Café using high-quality products and garden fresh produce to serve more than 300,000 plant-based, farm-to-table meals. All Omega Community Members play an integral role in co-creating Omega’s vibrant learning community—a responsive, nurturing, and supportive atmosphere in which to work, study, play, rest and recharge.

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Gravatt is a sanctuary for the ministry of faith formation, hospitality, leadership development and environmental education.Nestled on over 270 pine-covered acres outside of Aiken, South Carolina, Gravatt Camp and Conference Center offers a summer outdoor Christian youth camp, environmental education, challenge course, farm and CSA. Gravatt also hosts conferences, meetings, trainings and retreats, serving churches, schools, nonprofit organizations, and other groups whose purposes include human development, character development, education or training. Gravatt Internships are designed to introduce young adults to a nonprofit camp and conference center work environment. Interns will also acquire valuable supplementary skills and make contact with potential future employers. Current Internship openings include:

Program Intern will focus on agricultural, outdoor education, and challenge course programs and facilitating groups.
Kitchen Intern will assist with all aspects of managing the conference center kitchen and dining room.
Marketing and Development Intern will assist in the day-to-day operations of marketing and development.
Operations Intern will assist with maintenance and repair of buildings, grounds, equipment and other facilities.

The internship program is a perfect opportunity for high school graduates, new college graduates and college students taking a year off to determine their vocational path. Compensation includes a $450/month stipend plus room, amazing meals and the opportunity to live in community. Seeking Interns for June-August and September-May work periods. Interns will average 40 hours per week, with some evening and weekend work required. If you are motivated, organized, polite, trustworthy, flexible, able to complete tasks in a timely manner with little supervision, and interested in working in a faith-based environment, send your cover letter and resume to Scott McNeely.

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The internship program is a perfect opportunity for high school graduates, new college graduates and college students taking a year off to determine their vocational path.

Gravatt internships are designed to introduce young adults to a nonprofit camp and conference center work environment.

Food Philosophy—Breaking Bread at Gravatt:
Nourishes mind, body, and spirit through healthful, delicious, traditional, and creative choices. Creates community and a sense of home. Fosters a connection to the Earth, the food provider. Offers the opportunity to give thanks for our bounty. Promotes sustainable living. Champions local agriculture. Provides educational opportunities. Leaves little waste impact on the environment.

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