Other Outdoor Age Group Coordinator for Boys and Non-binary Camp
Dates: June 10th -August 14th
Starting salary: $5,100 plus opportunities for bonuses with experience and certifications. Travel Stipend is added onto salary (determined by location you will be traveling from). Offering $200 refer a friend bonus if hired!
Very competitive salary within the camping industry, full room and board, extensive training, days off to explore Maine, Wilderness First Aid Certification (starts June 8th), laundry services provided.
You can earn academic internship credit for this position! Our camp fosters an excellent work experience and fulfills most school’s internship requirements. We will build out a set of individualized learning objectives and specific goals for you to achieve throughout the summer. Our Camp Directors will be happy to tailor these objectives individually to your course or Major of study!
MOST IMPORTANTLY- You’ll have the opportunity to truly change children’s lives, develop essential interpersonal, leadership, team building (and more) skills for your future, forge real connection and community with your co-workers and staff, explore and enjoy the incredible natural environment, and learn more about yourself than you thought possible. It will be the summer of a lifetime.
Camp Chewonki is one of Maine’s most prestigious nature-based overnight camp and expedition-based youth leadership program for boys, girls, and non-binary children based on a 400-acre peninsula in mid-coast Maine. Since 1915, Chewonki has been changing the lives of children and staff- including yours! Overnight campers are aged 8-14 and spend 10 days or 3 weeks at camp. The overnight camp program focuses on building cabin community, building social emotional skills and knowledge in a core curriculum (including natural history, farm & food systems, watercraft, the arts, and more!) and learning about backcountry travel on multi-day remote cabin trips.
Camp Chewonki Age Group Coordinators are patient, responsible, and supportive supervisors who are responsible for the health and wellness of campers, and the mentorship of cabin staff. Age Group Coordinators manage 1-2 age groups consisting of 3-7 cabins; each cabin has 2 staff. They help staff adjust to camp life, develop community with their coworkers and campers, get to know every camper in their age group, and work as the primary liaison for your cabin staff to the rest of the leadership team. In addition to supporting cabin staff’s growth and development, Age Group Coordinators work as educators, caretakers, and collaborate with all Coordinators/Directors to fully support the needs of the campers and staff. Ideal candidates will have a passion for working with children, spending time in the outdoors, and a dedication to lifelong learning.
How to ApplyTo apply: Go to our website and under Employment Opportunities select CAMP AGE GROUP COORDINATOR to read the full job description and apply.
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