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Staff arrive at camp between June 8th and June 11th to begin training. Our first camper session begins on June 26th. Staff depart camp on August 20th.
 

*Very often staff can receive school or internship credit for working at camp.

  • Adventure Trip Co-Leader - Wilderness

    Freedom

    Co-direct a small, wilderness adventure program for teens. 10 campers and 2 staff paddle Maine's rivers, hike Mt Katahdin, enjoy sea kayaking, hiking, rafting, etc. A trip of a lifetime for teens and their leaders. To meet regs, must be 21+ and have WFR. We can provide LGT.

  • Aquatics Director

    Freedom

    Organize daily activities at lakefront and pool. Co-lead dynamic training sessions (LGT, emergency drills, etc.) and supervise lifeguarding and teaching staff, monitor facilities, etc. Teach swimming, windsurfing and boating. Candidates should have LGT and experience in similar settings.

  • Equestrian Program Staff

    Freedom
    Teach a range of skills levels with a focus on dressage, vaulting, trail rides in spacious rings and miles of forested trails. Work with co-instructors to determine daily lesson plans and activities. Must have prior teaching experience.
  • Glass Crafts Staff

    Freedom

    Work alongside other craftspeople in teaching stained glass, glass blowing and glass fusing to creative independent children ages 8-15. Relevant skills and experience welcome and essential.

  • Music/Guitar Program Staff

    Freedom
    Develop and implement creative musical curriculum in guitar, ukulele and rock band (drums, bass, guitar.) Work one on one and with groups of children to support their creative efforts and interests in the area of music. Organize short performances for camp.
  • Photo Program Staff

    Freedom
    Help to develop and implement photography curriculum in 2 darkrooms, work one on one and with groups of children to support their creative efforts and teach the art of composing and developing pictures. Must know 35 mm cameras and darkroom techniques.
  • Program Staff - Archery

    Freedom
    Facilitate all aspects of introductory and intermediate archery, support children's skill development. Reqs: Experience teaching children, ability to work in a non-competitive environment, comfortable working in a group setting. Credentials preferred but not essential.
  • Ropes/Challenge Course Program Staff

    Freedom
    Facilitate all aspects of experience extensive course including team-building and group work as well as high ropes course with multiple elements. Lead initiative activities, group building and technical climbing, work 1-on-1 and with groups to support children’s adventures and personal growth.

  • Videographer & Video Instructor

    Freedom
    Document camp events for promotional production and media library; produce camper-created videos. Dual position includes daily filming, off-loading, etc., and work with small groups of children as they write and produce short films. Requires prior editing experience.
  • Woodworking Program Staff

    Freedom
    Help to develop and implement woodshop curriculum, work one on one and with groups of children to support their creative efforts and interests in the area of woodworking. Full woodshop with power and hand tools. Metal work incorporated.

How to Apply

Please visit our website via the links below to learn more about working with us and submit an online application. We look forward to hearing from you! 


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