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Childcare/Tutoring/Instructor

Job Title: Children’s Ballet Instructor
Organization Name: Tommie Shaw & Company
Compensation Type: Paid
Job Description: We are looking to hire experienced ballet dancer and instructor to teach ballet courses to children during the weekday afternoons for 1 hour from approximately 2:45 – 5:00. Please reply with your relevant dance and teaching experience if interested!
How to apply: It would be best for students to reply by emailing their resume and any other relevant dance information to our company email, tommie@tommieshaw.com.  They should also list “Children’s Ballet Instructor” in the subject so we know which position they are applying for, as well as, let us know that you are applying from CUA.
Posted until February 11, 2018

Job Title: Academic Tutors
Organization Name: Brookland Tutoring LLC
Work Schedule: Flexible
Compensation Type: Paid
Job Description: At Brookland Tutoring, our mission is student success! We provide outstanding oneon-one home academic tutoring and test prep to children who need to improve their understanding, critical thinking strategies, organizational skills and more, and to ensure students' academic success. We are currently in search of friendly, passionate, expert tutors who are eager to help our students succeed. Join our team to make a difference in students’ lives. Students need your help in all Math, Science, Writing, and Standardized testing (SAT, ACT and HSPT). We offer competitive rates based on education, experience and subject matter.
Qualifications:
- Education: College Junior or Senior
- Excellent communication skills
- 1 year of tutoring/teaching experience
- Must have a reliable vehicle and be willing to travel to student’s homes or local library for lessons
- Professional, friendly personality and reliable
- Ability to personalize lessons for each student.
How to apply: Please send your resume, cover letter, and the subjects for which you would like to be considered at brooklandtutoring@gmail.com.
Posted until February 11, 2018

Job Title: Childcare
Organization Name:
Capitol Hill Family
Contact Name:
Ann Walker
Work Schedule:
Flexible, 2 nights a week school pick up 5-7pm, with occasional extra hours on weekends and federal holidays
Hours Per Week
: 4-10 Hours
Wage/Salary:
$15-20/hour
Job Description
: We are seeking a sitter to pick up one 6 year old son from school around 5pm a couple of times a week and stay with the child until 7pm, with occasional extra hours on the weekend or on federal holidays.
Qualifications:

- Experience caring for children
- Have flexible schedule
-Be able to transport self to work location
How to apply:
e-mail qualifications and references to awj2000@gmail.com
Posted Until February 11, 2018

Job Title: Part-Time Babysitter
Contact Name: Claire Mooney
Work Schedule and Hours: 15-20 hours/week Mon-Fri
Wage/Salary: $18-20/hr
Job Description: Seeking a summer babysitter/nanny part-time 15-20 hours a week to pick up my children ages 9 years and 4.5 years from camp and bring them home or take them to swimming a Cheverly Pool. Applicants will need to have a car, hours are generally 3-6pm Monday-Friday, but there will be opportunities to pick up extra hours if interested.
We have a well trained 11 year old medium size dog, so comfort around dogs is important.  Also want to be sure our dog won't pose an issue for allergies.
How to Apply: Please email clairemooney@gmail.com if interested.
Posted until February 11, 2018
 

Job Title: Part-Time Baby-Sitter
Organization Name: Benitez Family
Work Schedule: Monday-Friday, 8:30am-2:30pm [any combination of hours; we do NOT expect anyone to work all that time]
Hours Per Week: 3-15 Hours
Wage/Salary: $10-15/hour
Employment Start: January 16, 2018
Employment End: April 30, 2018
Job Description: We are seeking a sitter to watch our 1.5 year old son while I work on my dissertation. Ideally, I will bring our son to campus, and the sitter can play with him for 3-6 hour blocks. Our son is very friendly, loves campus, and has no special needs.  
Qualifications:
- Experience caring for toddlers
- Preferably someone consistently available (i.e., every Monday for 4 hours)
- Other directions will be discussed when the person is hired.
How to apply: e-mail 14benitezriley@cua.edu
Posted Until February 10, 2018

Job Title:Baby Sitter
Contact Name: Katherine Rucker
Work Schedule and Hours:2 days a week from ~ 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm flexible to course schedules, some weekends
Wage/Salary: $15/hour
Job Description: babysitting mostly one 2.5 year old, sometimes her 5 year old brother
Qualifications: child care experience, kind, patient,
How to Apply: email stewke1@gmail.com weekly availability and 2 references
Posted until February 10, 2018

Job Title:  After-School Kids Computer Coding Instructor
Organization: Code Advantage
Job Description: CodeAdvantage is seeking part-time instructors who are available to teach in our after-school classes for the 2017-2018 school year, summer camp time, and beyond!  Do you love to explore, create, and play with technology? Have you had experience working with kids, and have a blast doing so? If not, are you eager to learn how to become an effective team member through our  training program? If you said YES, then YOU are ready to join our excellent team of dedicated, creative, and fun CodeAdvantage robotics, coding, and engineering instructors! 
Key Responsibilities
• Inspire students to have fun while learning code to create games and other fun and exciting things!
• Teach from 2+ days a week- hours vary between 2:00-6:00pm weekdays, possible weekend opportunities
• Follow provided lesson plans for the creation of fun and cool STEM projects!
• Oversee classroom and create an engaging learning atmosphere
• Maintain regular communication with Manager
Requirements
• Experience working with kids and/or an enthusiastic attitude about helping kids learn new skills
• Willingness to learn new kid friendly programming platforms. Experience with Lego Robotics, Java, Python, Scratch, preferred, but not required. Training provided
• Responsible, organized, and able to independently get to and from after-school program locations
• High School Seniors (must be 18 years old), Undergrad/Graduate students, teachers, retirees, and other interested applicants are encouraged to apply.
How to Apply: Qualified candidates should email a resume and cover letter indicating what days they are available after 2:00 M-F. Email your cover letter and resume to: office@codeadvantage.org
Posted Until January 18, 2018

Job Title:
Instructor
Organization Name: Little Medical School
Work Schedule: Flexible
Wage/Salary: $20 per hour
Job Description: We are in search of instructors for our Little Medical School classes. We are located in 15 schools (private and public) across the Maryland area. We are looking for instructors who will bring medicine, science, and the importance of health to children ages 3-16 in an entertaining, exciting and fun way by utilizing our proprietary curriculum developed by a team of board certified physicians. Instructors will be responsible for 12 students per session, each session is 1 hour in duration.
Qualifications: Reliable transportation and most importantly a great attitude.
How to Apply: Interested students can send their resumes to: contactlmsmd@littlemedicalschool.com. If you need more information you can click here to visit our website.
Posted until January 14, 2018

Restaurant/Retail/Tour Guide

Organization Name: The Park at 14th
Job Title(s): Servers/ Hosts/ Cocktailers/ Bartenders
Contact Name: Cheniece Webster-Jones
Wage/Salary: Paid
Job Description: Bustling restaurant and lounge seeks polished knowledgeable FOH STAFF to fill key positions.
Qualifications: The ideal individuals will be energetic, charismatic, and diligent – striving to provide the ultimate customer service experience every time. A savvy, professional appearance is a must.
How to Apply: Send email of interest to cheniece@park14.com
Posted until February 9, 2018

Job Title: Weddings and Events Facilities Representatives
Organization: East Lynn Farm
Job Description: East Lynn Farm, a historic and sustainable working farm in Round Hill, Virginia, is looking for several hard-working, reliable, and professional staff members who would be responsible for hospitality and site operations during East Lynn Farm’s weddings and special events. This position includes acting as a liaison among client(s), East Lynn Farm, and outside vendors. The Facilities Representative would assist with event set-up, oversee parking, ensure the smooth operations and execution of events, and breakdown at the end of each event. The Facilities Representative would arrive on site prior to the commencement of an event and remain on site until the conclusion of the event and the departure of all guests and vendors. As with most things in the hospitality industry, events occur on weekends, so interested applicants must be able to work on weekends. Experience in hospitality and events a plus. Excellent inter-personal skills, self-starter and positive, professional attitude a must. References required.
How to Apply: Email Allyson Parker at Info@eastlynnfarm.com
Posted Until January 18, 2018

Job Title:
Apprentices, Summer Interns, and Seasonal Horticulture and Farming Assistants
Organization: East Lynn Farm
Job Description: East Lynn Farm, a historic and sustainable working farm in Round Hill, Virginia, is looking for hard-working, self-starting, and positive-thinking eager beavers to provide assistance with both horticulture and livestock farming operations. The farm’s livestock includes black Angus cattle, sheep, donkeys, chickens, goats, and a horse. Farm and gardening experience is helpful, but not essential. Love of nature, sustainable farming, and being outdoors is a must!
How to Apply: Email Allyson Parker at Info@eastlynnfarm.com
Posted Until January 18, 2018

General/Administrative 

Organization Name: Sculpt DC
Contact Name: Amanda Tith   
Work Schedule and Hours: Must have flexibility
Wage/Salary: $12.50/hr, free classes
Job Description:
1.  Provide high level customer service and hospitality to clients
2. Assist the Studio Management in daily studio tasks and projects
3.  Maintain a positive attitude and take initiative
4. Provide support to the Sculpt DC instructors to ensure a successful class check-in process
5. Work as a cohesive team with all Sculpt DC staff members to ensure efficiency and camaraderie
6.  Assist with the training and coaching of new hires for the front desk staff team
7. Maintain product knowledge for all studio retail operations
Qualifications: Must have customer service experience. Must have the ability to prioritize and multi-task within a fast-paced environment. Must be willing to initiate tasks and perform duties without direction. Must have excellent communication skills and be able to work with a wide range of personalities. Must have outstanding customer service and problem solving skills. Must have a positive, can-do attitude. Must have a friendly and professional phone and email etiquette. Must have superior organizational skills. Must have the flexibility to work a non-traditional schedule:  MUST HAVE WEEKEND, HOLIDAY AND SOME EARLY MORNING/MIDDAY/LATE EVENING WEEKDAY AVAILABILITY
How to Apply: Send email of interest to amanda@sculptdc.com
Posted until February 9, 2018

Job Title: Front Desk Agent
Organization Name: Adam’s Inn
Work Schedule: Flexible AM/PM shifts
Hours per Week: 10-25 hours
Wage/Salary: $18 per hour
Job Description: Adam’s Inn is currently looking for a part-time front desk agent who is responsible for checking in and checking out guests courteously and efficiently and continuing efforts to deliver outstanding guest service and financial profitability.
Qualifications: Must be able to work flexible AM/PM shift (including weekends and some holidays). Previous customer service experience preferred. Computer and multitasking skills required. Must have approachable, friendly, “can do” attitude. Good communication skills and the ability to work cooperatively with others to achieve shared goals.
How to Apply: Please submit your resume and cover letter to ting.gong@adamsinn.com
Posted until January 14, 2018

Job Title: Graduate Student Records Processor
Organization Name: Theological College
Contact Name: Sofia Olkiewicz
Work Schedule and Hours: Looking for 10-15 hours per week. Exact hours TBD, schedule varies but will be within regular office hours for the college (9am - 5pm).
Wage/Salary: $11.50/ hr.
Job Description: Theological College, the National Seminary of the Catholic University of America, is seeking a responsible and committed graduate student to work on an essential project concerning seminary records. The intern will assist in creating a digital database of specific seminary records before they are transferred to permanent storage. Primary responsibilities include: creating database entries; researching data from each specific record to add to the database and processing of the records including sorting, boxing and labelling. Ideal candidate will have Information/ Library Science experience.
Qualifications: Proficiency with Excel preferred. Position requires the ability to work independently and meet deadlines consistently.
How to Apply: Please submit resume to Sofia Olkiewicz at olkiewicz@cua.edu
Posted Until January 12, 2018

Job Title: Project Leader
Organization Name: Seabury Age-In-Place
Contact Name: Felicity Keeley
Work Schedule and Hours: This is a part-time job (up to 19 hours a week). We request a minimum three-month
commitment. We request you work at least two shifts a week. Shifts are three hours each and there
are two shifts per day. We can work with your schedule within our hours of operation:
- September through May: Monday through Saturday from  9:00 am - 12:30 pm and/or 1:00 - 4:30 pm
- June through August: Monday through Friday from 9:00 am - 12:30 pm and/or 1:00 - 4:30 pm, or 9:00 am -3:30 pm
Wage/Salary: $15.00 an hour
Job Description: Improve the living conditions and social support of low to moderate income older adults by
preserving affordable housing options, tackling gentrification and economic disparity, and providing
meaningful, intergenerational volunteer opportunities in Wards 4, 5, and 6 of Washington, D.C. In this job, you will: Orient, lead and work alongside volunteers to provide excellent service for our clients; Provide free yard work and house cleaning in Wards 4, 5, and 6 of Washington D.C.; Communicate and interact with clients (the older adults) to ensure service is satisfactory
Qualifications:
-Must be 21+ years of age (due to our vehicle insurance requirements)
-1 year of volunteer/internship/work experience
-Acceptable background check
-Valid driver license and good driving record
-Clean PPD, TB and physical test
-Ability to lift 35 pounds, to drive and to bend and stoop during project activities. This
position entails considerable physical exertion.
How to Apply: Applications without a cover letter will not be considered. Please include availability. Email cover letter and resume to: fkeeley@seaburyresources.org
Posted until January 12, 2018


Job Title: Evening Receptionist
Organization Name: Buckley Sandler LLP
Work Schedule and Hours: 4:00pm - 7:00pm M-F
Wage/Salary: Paid
Job Description: Evening Receptionist is responsible for greeting and directing clients and other visitors, whether on the telephone or in person, in a professional, efficient, and courteous manner. The individual routes incoming faxes electronically, handles conference room scheduling and places catering orders for meetings and events. This individual will also help with overflow clerical work, timekeeper time entry and other special projects as assigned.
Qualifications: Must possess strong listening skills and written and oral communication skills and excellent customer service skills. Must be punctual. Strong time management and organizational skills. Ability to organize, prioritize and accomplish multiple tasks with attention to detail in a fast-paced environment. High School diploma or equivalent (GED). 6 months to 1 year of customer service or relevant experience, ideally in a professional services firm. Knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook.
How to Apply: contact admin.jobs@buckleysandler.com
Posted Until January 11, 2018

Quick Cash

Organization Name: 2U
Wage/Salary: $300 for a half day of filming and $600 for a full day
Employment Date: Week of Feb 12th
Job Description: I’m a video producer working for 2U, an educational technology company. We are partnered with New York University (NYU) to create their Occupational Therapy Doctorate online program.  I’m specifically producing a Focus on Autism course that requires the professor to have impromptu, filmed, conversations with two students. This is a paid project.The typical rate is up to $300 for a half day of filming and $600 for a full day.  Filming will take place at our studio facilities in Arlington, VA the week of February 12, 2018.  The successful applicant will possess a positive attitude in addition to being bright and articulate.
Qualifications: We are looking for first year graduate students, that have a background in special education, occupational therapy, psychology, and studying special needs with a focus on Autism.  Experience working with individuals with autism, is preferred, but not required. You must be at least a first year graduate student. You must be willing to be engaged in a filmed conversation with a professor and offer your opinions and/or personal knowledge. You must live in the DC metro area and be willing to be filmed in our Arlington VA studio during the week of February 12, 2018
How to Apply: Fill out the google form found here.
Within that form, we request a link to self-recorded video. Since the professor and video producer will not be able to meet you in person prior to filming, we need to get a sense of who you are and why you’re interested in participating in this process. This bio should be brief. Include your name, age, and where you are from. For this video you can upload it to YouTube and set the privacy setting to “Unlisted,” upload it to Vimeo, or if you choose, you could also send it through a file sharing website such as WeTransfer and send it to ttate@2u.com If you are selected for participation in the discussion, the video producer will contact you via email for more information.  If you have any questions please email ttate@2u.com with the subject line: NYU-OTD Student Participant Question

Organization Name: 2U
Contact Name: Amelia Walters
Wage/Salary: $60/hr
Employment Start Date: Jan 29
Employment End Date:  Jan 30
Job Description: 2U is looking for current students who are interested in participating in filmed educational discussions with a medical professor from Yale. These discussions will focus on anatomy and will be included in the Yale Physician Assistant program. We are searching for students who are at least a second year student in a Masters PA program, any Masters or Doctorate students in a Nursing program, 2nd year Med students, and students in a Masters of Occupational Therapy program. Filming will take place between January 29th and 30th at our studios in Arlington, VA near the Courthouse Metro stop. Selected applicants will be compensated depending on the length of discussions and preparation required. The typical rate is up to $300 for a half day of filming.
How to Apply: If interested please fill out this form

Job Title: Tour Assistant
Organization Name: Beijing Zhongguang International Travel Service
Wage/Salary: $100 per day, plus lunch and dinner
Employment Start Date: February 4, 2018
Employment End Date: February 7, 2018
Job Description: We are currently looking for an assistant to join our summer tours for Chinese middle and high school students, to Washington DC. The groups will consist of a number of 30-40 students each and be assisted by tour leaders, one or two teachers and you as our local hero. This is a study tour and apart of touristic activities we will engage in some educational activities. Your responsibilities will include guiding the groups through Washington DC, assist the tour leader with running the daily schedule, and interact with and maintain the safety of the students.
Qualifications: Extensive knowledge of English and Chinese, extensive knowledge of Washington, DC, and strong interpersonal skills and cross-culture awareness.
How to Apply:
Please contact Ferry Rebergen via email at ferry.rebergen@hotmail.nl

Job Title: Box Office Manager
Organization Name: The Washington Jewish Film Festival
Employment Start Date: March 12, 2018
Employment End Date: May 18, 2018
Wage/Salary: $7,500 flat rate for two months of work
Job Description: The Washington Jewish Film Festival – one the largest and oldest Jewish film festivals in North America – is seeking one seasonal Box Office Manager for the 28th edition of the festival, May 2 – 13, 2018. The Box Office Manager will be responsible for overseeing all ticketing operations in the lead up to and during the Festival. In advance of the Festival, there will be steady full-time work requiring mainly day-time availability. During the 12 days of the Festival, the workload will be full-time and the position will be expected to work evenings and weekends. Training and guidance will be provided throughout, but the successful candidate will be a creative self-starter who is capable of independently managing detail oriented tasks on a deadline. Work with other members of the WJFF team to meet department goals. This position reports directly to the Director of Operations.
How to Apply: To apply, please send resumes and cover letter to Kaitlin Whitman at kaitlinw@edcjcc.org

Summer Camp/Employment Positions

Job Title: Various Camp ESF staff positions
Organization Name: Camp ESF
Compensation Type: Paid
Job Description: At ESF, we hire only the best of the best and we take great pride in the fact that our team members aspire to positions of leadership and responsibility. In recognition of the individual strengths and talents of our team members, we actively support both personal and professional development every summer and provide the tools and guidance necessary for advancement. Our team of counselors, coaches and lifeguards/swim instructors consists of teachers as well as undergraduate and graduate students pursuing degrees in a variety of ?elds including but not limited to Education, Kinesiology, Psychology, Social Work and Family Science. Our training and leadership development programs propel ESF to the forefront of the camp industry. Additionally, a high percentage of team members return to our ESF family each year to create amazing life experiences for our campers.
Qualifications: At ESF, safety is our number one priority. As such, due to our hours of operation and high standards that we maintain for working with children, you must be 18 years of age on or before the first day of camp to work at camp.
How to Apply: Interested students apply here!

Job Title: Summer Counselor
Organization Name: Camp Ramapo
Compensation Type: Paid
Job Description: Some of our children bring with them the challenges of Autism Spectrum Disorders or other cognitive disabilities. Some bring with them the challenges of trauma or stress. ALL ofour children are at risk of being relegated to the margins of their schools and communities.
As a Ramapo staff member, you will develop the skills you need to succeed with a broad range of children, including those who other adults may find difficult. You will learn to understand child behavioras communication. You will emerge with a heightened ability to meet children’s needs and to teachthem new skills. You will learn how to create environments that celebrate strengths and enable allchildren to feel a sense of belonging. You will work hard every day you are here, and learn more thanyou ever thought possible. This is not just any summer camp job—it is an unparalleled opportunity toembrace the exceptional. As a Camp Ramapo counselor, you’ll benefit from: Intensive, evidence-informed training on our Ramapo Approach, which is sought out by
educators, school leaders, youth workers and caregivers around the world. Daily interaction with children who face varying degrees of social, emotional and learning
challenges. A network of people within Ramapo for Children’s community, which includes year-round staff
members, trainers, board members and counselor alumni, many of whom have gone on to pursue careers in education, social work and psychology. Free room and board on our 250-acre campus plus summer stipend and travel reimbursement. Up to six credits through an on-site college course, “Fieldwork in Special Education”
Qualifications:
Many counselors are emerging professionals in the fields of special education, social work, psychology,and related fields, but no previous experience in this type of work is necessary.
How to apply: For more information click here and to apply click here

Job Title: Advisor
Organization Name: Envision
Contact Name: Larissa O'Brien
Employment Duration: July 2018
Job Description: NYLF Law & CSI may be the single most valuable opportunity for high school students because of hands-on experiences in crime scene investigation, evidence analysis and courtroom or forensic simulations. They will go beyond the classroom, and gain the edge they need for college and a future career in law or crime scene investigation. Our field staff will be living and working onsite. You can anticipate being "on call"/available 24/7, though working hours will typically be from approximately 7am through 11pm. Contract dates vary, but this program runs in the month of July. The Advisor is responsible for providing the best experience possible for all participants of the program through facilitation of educational curricula. Advisors help shape the experience for the students, acting as teachers and mentors to their students. The Advisor must be able to interact with and supervise students and provide for their safety and well-being. Advisors report to the Education Lead. Advisors work with a team of 15-20 other Advisors and staff and are responsible for working directly with a group of 20-25 students. Will be on-call 24 hours per day while the program is in session and actively engaging with students during scheduled working hours (typically 7:00 AM to 11:00 PM daily).
Qualifications:
  Knowledge and experience within the field of Law & CSI. Bachelor’s level education; Master’s or higher is preferred. Previous experience working with high school students. Experience facilitating curriculum and managing a classroom. Strong logistical and organization skills. Ability to exercise good judgment and solve problems. Maturity and professionalism. Excellent customer service skills. Strong leadership skills. Ability to set expectations for and enforce appropriate student behavior
How to Apply:
Send email of interest to lobrien@envisionexperience.com

Job Title: Assistant Director
Organization Name: The Theatre Lab School of Dramatic Arts- Summer Acting Camp
Wage/Salary: $15.00 per hour
Job Description: The Theatre Lab is seeking qualified applicants with youth and theatre experience to assist the Program Directors with development and implementation of drama curriculum. The Theatre Lab's Summer Acting Camp for Kids is one of the area's most recognized youth training programs. Applicant must be passionate about working with children from a diverse cross-section of the DC region
Qualifications: Candidates will be required to pass a background check. A high school diploma is required, a college degree is preferred.
How to Apply: Email cover letter and resume to Terah Herman-Saldaña: terah@theatrelab.org.

Job Title: Summer Camp Staff
Organization Name: Camp Zanika Lache
Wage/Salary: $1500 to $3000 (varies with position) for the whole summer, including meals and housing
Employment Start Date: Summer 2018
Job Description: Spend the summer living and working in Washington State’s beautiful Wenatchee National Forest. Camp Zanika Lache a traditional co-ed residential summer camp, located on the shores of Lake Wenatchee, is hiring for its summer 2018 staff.  We are hiring dedicated hardworking leaders that can handle the challenging camp environment, take initiative, put kids first, and enjoy being outdoors. Jobs available include; Lifeguards, Archery instructor, Naturalist, Arts and Crafts Instructor, Ropes Course Instructor, Waterfront Director, Trip and Travel Director, Male & Female Counselors, Unit Coordinator, Asst. Directors, Asst. Cook, Volunteer Nurse and Chef.
How to Apply: Visit our website here for more information and how to apply.

Job Title: Mulptiple Summer Counselor Positions
Organization Name: Camp Skylemar 
Job Description: Our staff are involved with many special events plus day and overnight trips. In addition to providing instructional leadership in one or more activities throughout the day, a counselor serves as “big brother/sister”, friend, role-model, adviser and “hero”. Applicants must have completed at least one year of college.
Compensation package includes: Salary starting at $2,300, Travel expenses, Housing, Meals, Staff shirts, Internet Access, Internship credit is available
How to Apply: Visit our website here

Job Title: Summer Camp Counselor
Organization Name: Deer Run Camps and Retreats
Wage/Salary: $640 per month
Job Description: Deer Run Christian Camps is looking for college-aged students who love Christ, love kids, and have a heart to serve. Being on summer staff with us is a unique opportunity to teach, encourage and guide children and youth through week-long camp experiences. As a summer staffer, you would be responsible for leading Bible study, various recreational activities, and caring for your campers. If you choose Deer Run as your place of ministry for the summer, you will have the unique ability to positively impact camper’s lives for the Kingdom of God. You will also gain cherished life experiences, unforgettable memories, and make new, life-long friendships with other staffers.
Team Training: May 20st-June 2nd
Session 1: June 3rd-June 30st
Session 2: July 1st- July 28th
*You may choose to work just one session, or the full summer.
How to Apply: Visit our website

Job Title: Summer Digital Media Specialist
Organization Name: Camps Airy & Louise
Wage/Salary: Paid
Employment Start Date: Summer 2018
Job Description: The Digital Media Specialist will create and package content to promote Camp Airy or Camp Louise and to create community online during the season. While the Digital Media Specialist will not be living in a bunk with campers, the person will be required to interact with campers and staff of all ages to produce content for Camps Airy and Louise.
How to Apply: Visit our website for more information and how to apply.

Job Title: Camp Counselor   
Organization Name: Camp Lokanda
Contact Name: Andre Schaja and Kelli Gargone
Contact Information: andrea@lokanda.com kelli@lokanda.com
Work Schedule and Hours: All Summer
Wage/Salary: $2000 for the entire summer
Job Description: Camp Lokanda is looking for camp counselors for our sleep-away camp in New York.  We are seeking male and female general bunk counselors as well as activity counselors with a speciality (athletics, art, lifeguarding, motorboat driving, rock climbing, cooking, etc....we have almost any activity you can think of!)
We are one of the premier camps on the eastern coast of the United States. We are in upstate New York, set in the amazing Catskill Mountains, on Lake Loch Ada, from which we named our camp. We have been around for over 70 years. We are a co-ed traditional sleep-away camp and have about 475 campers, ranging from ages 8 to 16. To look after so many campers, we invite 250 staff to join us from all over the world. Lokanda prides itself on being a safe, fun environment for everyone to grow and develop. As you take good care of our campers, we in turn take good care of you. We provide a good salary and travel package, and lots of support and staff facilities.
Qualifications: College Freshman or older
How to Apply: Visit this link to apply

Job Title: Summer Camp Basketball Counselor
Organization Name: Camp Weequahic
Camp Duration: June 14, 2018 to August 7, 2018
Wage/Salary: $1,800 for first year counselors
Job Description: Camp Weequahic, a private co-ed summer camp in Northeast Pennsylvania, is looking for counselors to help lead our basketball program this summer. This position is for someone who will love living in a bunk with campers, helping them gain confidence on the court, and enjoy spending time with our other staff members, who are from all over the world. Our first year counselors typically make $1500 salary plus a $300 travel stipend, along with room and board.
How to Apply: Check out our website and fill out an online application here! For questions feel free to email our staffing coordinator Dana at dana@weequahic.com

Job Title: Day Camp Counselor
Organization Name: Alabama Rural Ministry
Compensation Type: Stipend
Job Description: The primary responsibility of the day camp ministry team is to operate a Christian day camp for approximately 30-35 children ages 5-10 who live in low-income communities. You will serve alongside student mission teams to coordinate daily activities for the kids. The day camp coordinator must love interacting with children of various ages, display patience, and be organized. The day camp is located “off-site”, typically at a local school and not at the location where the mission teams and summer ministry team are housed. The work is physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually demanding. You will be working approximately 15-16 hours a day. Time off is only available on specific weekend days. The compensation will be $1700 Scholarship after completion of internship including evaluations and a 1000 word reflection essay ($100 bonus for returning staff!), housing and most meals provided, $30/week for personal expense stipend.
Application Deadline: February 1 2018
How to Apply: Please click the link here to apply!

Job Title: Art Camp Counselors
Organization Name: Tripp Lake Camp
Contact Name: Nancy McCann
Contact Information: maineoffice@tripplakecamp.com
Work Schedule and Hours: Full Time - 7 weeks of summer
Wage/Salary: Is dependent upon the applicant’s experience and qualifications, among other factors.
Employment Start Date: June 16, 2018
Employment End Date: August 12, 2018
Job Description: Tripp Lake Camp is located in Poland, Maine. Founded in 1911, Tripp Lake is considered one of thefinest girls’ camps in the country. Our 7 week residential summer camp for girls ages 7 to 16 offers a broad array of team and individual sports, performing and visual arts, and outdoor living in a fun and stimulating environment. Our coed staff comes from all over the world to spend their summer on 260 acres with a mile of shorefront in beautiful Maine!
Art Counselors:
*work with a partner teach campers ages 7-16
*work with beginner to advanced artists
*specialize in their favorite medium
Please apply if you have experience and if you have a
genuine interest in working with children.
For more information check out our website www.tripplakecamp.com or call us at 207-998-4347
How to apply: Click here to apply

Job Title: Camp Counselor
Organization Name: Camp Chen-A-Wanda
Contact Name: Aaron Tell
Contact Information: jobs@campcaw.com
Work Schedule and Hours: 8 weeks of summer
Employment Start Date: June 23,2018  
Job Description:J The staff experience at Camp Chen-A-Wanda is so much more than just a summer job. It may sound like a total cliche’, but working at camp will literally change your life. Our counselors are given the opportunity to truly understand what it means to be a part of something special. Our camp is structured around thrilling activities and stunning facilities, but what sets us apart is our palpable camp culture and spirit that is embodied in the incredible people whom we hire every year. General Counselors and Specialist Counselors are expected to live in a bunk with three to four other counselors and a set group of campers for the 7-week summer session in addition to a 1-week orientation session prior to the campers’ arrival on June 23rd, 2018. General Counselors spend their days looking after their campers while also taking them to their scheduled activities which encompass a variety of sports, arts, adventure, and waterfront activities. Specialist Counselors have similar responsibilities, with the exception being that for most or all of the daily schedule (approximately 10:00 am until 5:00 pm- lunch and breaks included) they are expected to be at their specialty area (baseball field, arts and crafts building, lake front, etc.) to teach and coach their specialty to a variety of camper groups that will rotate through on a schedule similar to high school classes. All counselors receive a salary to be paid at the end of the summer session, along with room and board for their entire 8-week stay at camp. Travel bonuses are negotiable based on expenses in coming to camp.
How to Apply: Click here to apply

Job Title: Camp Counselor/ Program Specialist
Organization Name: Camp Easter Seals UCP Virginia
Contact Name: Whitney Civitts
Contact Information: camp@eastersealsucp.com
Job Description: Camp Counselors help contribute to camp’s unique and supportive atmosphere that we seek to offer our campers.  Camp Counselors are responsible for caring and supervising campers as well as leading and assist campers in camp activities.  Camp Counselors help main a positive, clean, and safe environment at camp.  Camp Counselors come from around the country and world to work at camp.  Many staff have described their experience at camp as “Life Changing!” Program Specialists help contribute to camp’s unique and supportive atmosphere that we seek to offer our campers.  Program Specialists are responsible for planning and implementing various camp activities for campers to participate in and assist counselors with camper care and supervision.  Program Specialists come from around the country and world to work at camp.  Many staff have described their experience at camp as “Life Changing!”
Qualifications:
Minimum of 18 years of age
Have compassion and patience
Be physically and cognitively able to supervise camper and assist with their personal care
Be able to lift at least 50 lbs on a daily basis
Act ethically and honestly
Desire to make a positive difference in the lives of others.
How to Apply: Send email of interest to camp@eastersealsucp.com and apply here with this link.

Job Description: Camp Counselor
Organization Name: North Star Camp for Boys
Compensation Type: $2050 per summer with coverage of travel expenses, food and lodging, and Certification classes
Job Description: Are you interested in making a difference this summer, being a part of an amazing community? We're looking for camp staff who enjoy working with kids for our cabin counselor and activity instructor jobs. As a counselor, you will serve as a mentor and role model for a cabin group of our campers. Each cabin group consists of three or four counselors and 8-12 boys. Your group will become a family as you go through the ups (and downs) of the summer.  Our counselors also serve as recreational activity instructors. You'll be able to utilize your skills and expertise to help our campers develop their skills in many of our activities.
Qualifications:  All candidates are subject to a background check. We are a smoke free environment and all staff members must be able to pass a drug screening at the start of the summer.
How to Apply: Email dan@northstarcamp.com for more information or apply online here!

Job Description: Summer Camp Positions
Organization Name: YMCA Mill Hollow
Camp Duration: June 15, 2018 - August 4, 2018
Wage/Salary: May vary based on position
Job Description: Are you looking for an opportunity to make the most of your enthusiasm, humor, integrity, and positive attitude? Do you have the desire, flexibility, patience, and ability to work with children outdoors? YMCA Mill Hollow is looking for male and female candidates with an ability to build a cohesive team. The following positions are available:
- Camp Cabin Counselor: Cabin counselors have the significant responsibility of developing a positive, welcoming and nurturing atmosphere for a cabin of approximately 25 campers, providing supervision to ensure they are safe, secure, having fun and fitting in to the camp program.
- Camp Health Coordinator: Spend this summer working as the camp nurse at YMCA Mill Hollow in Utah! This seasonal job is perfect for students between semesters. Gain experience in the world of health care in a fun, outdoor setting.
- Camp Photographer: As camp photographer, you will take pictures of campers in activity areas, post to social media, organizing pictures for future use, make the weekly movie/slideshow, and make photo CDs to sell each week. You may also run photographer activities for campers.
- Day Camp Coordinator: Day Camp Coordinators have the significant responsibility of developing a positive, welcoming and nurturing atmosphere for a group of children from ages 6-14, providing supervision to ensure they are safe, secure, having fun and fitting in to the camp program, interacting with parents in a professional manner, ensuring staff are thriving in their role, and reporting consistently to the camp director on the location.
- Day Camp Counselor: Day camp counselors have the significant responsibility of developing a positive, welcoming and nurturing atmosphere for a group of children from ages 6-14, providing supervision to ensure they are safe, secure, having fun and fitting in to the camp program.
Qualifications:
- Minimum of 18 years old, preferably 21 or older.
- Completed one year of college or equivalent experience.
How to Apply: Apply online here