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The Mountain Workshop - Connecticut/Northeast

Seasonal Professional - Field Staff Instructor

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Club Getaway - Kent, Connecticut

Seasonal Professional - Waterfront / Aquatic Director

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Club Getaway - Kent, Connecticut - 2 hours from NYC / 3 hours from Boston

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Connecticut is home to the first hamburger (1895), Polaroid camera (1934), helicopter (1939), and color television (1948).

In colonial New Haven cut pumpkins were used as guides for haircuts to ensure a round uniform style. Because of this fashion, these New Englanders were nicknamed "pumpkin-heads."

The first human inhabitants of present-day Burlington were members of the Tunxis Tribe, who belonged to a confederation of Algonquian Indians. Legend holds they used the area as a hunting ground.