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Job Title: Childcare
Organization Name: Burns Family (walking distance from CUA campus)     
Work Schedule and Hours: 4-6 hours a week, open to offering more. Need help from 12-2pm on Mondays and Thursdays (open to just one day if only one fits your schedule)
Wage/Salary: 12-15/hour DOE
Employment Start Date: ASAP
Employment End Date: End of semester (but possible to continue throughout the summer depending upon availability).
Job Description: We are looking for a nurturing and responsible caregiver for our 2 year old son for a few hours a day to play, give him lunch, and put him down for nap while I pick up our daughter from school. We are open to providing more hours and discussing your availability. You must enjoy playing (indoors and outdoors), reading to children, and have patience.
Qualifications: Punctual, love working with children, mature, reliable, trustworthy and a good communicator. Prior experience with babysitting, childcare or in schools/camps greatly appreciated.
How to Apply: Please send me an email detailing your interest in the position, availability for the remainder of the semester, as well as any details of previous childcare experience, and two references with phone numbers to
Posted Until April 16, 2018

Job Title: Summer Nanny in Brookand
Organization Name: Thompson/Zwack Family
Work Schedule and Hours: Monday–Friday 8:30AM–5:30PM; June 11–August 24
Wage/Salary: $15/Hr plus overtime after 40 hrs; paid time off
Employment Start Date: June 11, 2018
Employment End Date: August 24, 2018
Job Description: Taking care of a 10-year-old girl and a 7-year-old boy in our home in Brookland during their summer break. We hired a CUA student for this position last summer and it went extraordinarily well.
General Responsibilities: Engaging in outdoor activities, such as going to local parks, trips to swimming pool in Mt. Ranier (we will provide a "Babysitter" membership, both kids are independent swimmers), trips to zoo and Smithsonian museums, etc. Indoor activities, such as trips to library/CUA book store, arts and crafts, educational activities, etc.
Qualifications: Must enjoy interacting with children. Must be mature, reliable, honest, creative, fun, energetic, responsible, and trustworthy. Must be punctual and provide your own vehicle. Must be dog-friendly. Elementary Education or Early Childhood Education knowledge or experience preferred.
How to Apply: Please send an email telling us a bit about yourself, and include a detailed current resume with details of any previous childcare experience to Joseph Thompson at
Posted until April 14, 2018

Job Title: Childcare
Organization Name: Capitol Hill Family
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. Summer hours available as well.
How to apply: e-mail qualifications and references to
Posted Until April 9, 2018

Job Title: 
Personal Assistant
Organization Name:  Private Home of Patrick Menasco
Work Schedule and Hours: Flexible. 5-10 hours a week.
Wage/Salary: $20 an hour.
Job Description: Help manage household, including taking care of large friendly dog.
Qualifications: Dependable, responsible, dog-lover, valid drivers license. Able to drive manual transmission (or willing to learn). No car required.
How to Apply: Send email to stating interest, qualifications and general availability. Resume a plus but not required.
Posted Until April 8, 2018

Job Title:
Organization Name: DaSilva Family
Work Schedule and Hours: about 10 hours a week as a minimum but open to offering more. Needed 2-3 days a week for after school hours 3:30-5:30/6
Wage/Salary: 10-15
Job Description: pick up 3 fun boys from school and getting them to their activities.
Qualifications: FUN, energetic, has a car
How to Apply: email
Posted Until April 6, 2018

Job Title
: Summer Nanny Position
Organization: Private Home
Work Schedule and Hours: Summer Weekdays, 8:30am-4:30pm starting July 12, 2018 and working through August 17, 2018
Wage/Salary: $12-15/Hr Depending on skills
Job Description: We are a professional couple looking for a caring, and responsible student to care for our six year old daughter while she is on break from elementary school, and occasionally our five year old son at our home in University Park, MD.
General Responsibilities:
Preparing meals and snacks during the day
Playing and taking children out for walks to local playgrounds and the library.
Reading to the children
Other activities as they are presented
Qualifications: You must love children and be mature, reliable, and trustworthy. You will need to be punctual, provide your own transportation to and from our home and be well presented, speaking French is a plus.
How to Apply: Please send us an email telling us a bit about yourself, and include a detailed current resume with details of any previous childcare experience, a cover letter and 2 references to Daniel Kerr at
Posted Until April 6, 2018

Organization Name: The Lartey Family
Contact Name: Sarah Lartey
Work Schedule and Hours: as needed, mostly evenings
Wage/Salary: $12-15/hour depending on skills (CPR etc)
Job Description: We are looking for someone who would be interested in watching our (currently) 12 month old daughter on occasional nights out or other times when we either need an extra hand or have a non kid friendly activity we would like to do.  We would love to find someone who is just starting their stay here in DC so that they can really get to know our family and be our "go to" and grow with us. We are particularly interested in someone studying nursing or education who would like to get more experience with babies/toddlers.  We are a multi-cultural family and would love someone who appreciates that. 
Qualifications: Honest, responsible, trust worthy.  Love for children/family.  Knowledge of childhood development or early childhood education a plus.  CPR certification a plus. 
How to Apply: Please send an email to telling us a little bit about yourself and your interest in this position.  We will invite some candidates to spend some time with our family and get to know you a little better. 
Posted Until April 2, 2018

Job Title: Kiddie Corp Team Member
Organization Name: Kiddie Corp
Work Schedule and Hours: We are looking for staff with open and flexible availability, the shifts are typically 4 hours and are 7 days a week both daytime and evening. 
Wage/Salary: The pay rate is $54.00 for a four hour shift.
Job Description: As a Team Member your duties include: Arrive early to prepare sign in materials and greet parents. Following the set childcare room schedule (including meals and activities) Ensuring the safety of all children in the childcare room. Maintaining infant/toddler log, recording meals, naps, and diaper changes.Engaging children in fun, stimulating activities and having a good time. KiddieCorp team members are held to a high standard, please review the following information before applying.
Qualifications: -2-3 years childcare experience. Group childcare experience is preferred. Open and flexible availability – A typical shift is 4 hours long. Must be able to submit a short bio and a photograph to submit to the client. Must have reliable transportation - this location is very accessible to public transportation. Must provide 3-4 childcare references. We will follow up with references! Must be able to pass a background check. Current CPR certification (Or obtain upon hiring. SPANISH SPEAKING IS A PLUS!
How to Apply: Please have your students that are interested in this position send their information to Valerie Decastro our Recruiting Coordinator, email –
Posted Until March 28, 2018

Job Title: Catholic University Resident Assistant (Summer)
Columbia Lighthouse for the Blind
Stipend $1350 plus room & board, meal plan, snacks and campus parking)
Employment Start/End Date: July 15-20, July 22-27 and July 29-Aug3
Job Description:
The Resident Assistant (RA) facilitates the social, emotional and personal adjustment of students to the residence hall. The RA develops a sense of community among residents as members of a floor, and encourages active participation by students in residence life. The RA serves as a positive role model to residents. The RA enforces the rules and policies of Catholic University Residence Life and Dining Services. They also enforce Columbia Lighthouse (CLB) rules for students participating in the summer transition program.  The RA acts as a liaison between residents and the CLB staff. Patti Lyman-CLB Asst. Director of Youth and Transition Services is your direct supervisor and the Resident Teacher of the Visually Impaired in the onsite manager for the program.
See the complete jop description and application materials here
How to Apply: 
Contact: Patti Lyman Phone: 240-737-5136; Fax: 877-595-9228
Posted until March 22, 2018

Job Title:
Softball Referee
Organization Name: ZogSports DC
Wage/Salary: $15 per hour
Job Description: ZogSports is a co-ed social sports community for young professionals in cities across the US. We believe life is better with real personal connections, caring communities and a sense of play. Your role will be to officiate games in a professional and interactive manner, understand all ZogSports rules and clearly communicate rules with players, manage all gym logistics (setup, breakdown, etc.), successfully handle player disputes on field or off field tensions, be fun, social and personable and serve as a ZogSports Ambassador
How to apply: Please send a resume and cover letter to to apply.
Posted until March 21, 2018

Job Title:  Child Care Provider (per diem)
Family Works Together
Job Description: Family Works Together is looking for a caring, compassionate Child Care Workers who have experience caring for children ages three to ten years. We provide support services to adoptive and pre-adoptive foster parents and kinship of children within the District of Columbia Child and Family Services Agency
(CFSA). Our goal is to provide an engaging, therapeutic child care experience to children who attend events with their families as well as to children who participate in our respite program. If you are a patient, caring professional with a background in child care, early childhood development or education we hope you will inquire and apply for this this position. Please note that the children being cared for have a history of abuse and/or neglect and of caretaker disruption. This history can manifest in their difficulty staying emotionally regulated, and challenges with things like transitions and interacting with other children. We are looking for child care workers who are patient and open minded, and who would like to better understand caring for children with a
trauma history.
Child Care Worker responsibilities:
• Assist Family Support Specialists in structured activities that are appropriate in duration and content in an effort to maintain children’s engagement and participation
• Develop a cleaning routine throughout the day that keeps all of the interactive areas sanitary and safe
• When appropriate, monitor children during outdoor activities and interact with the children to enhance their experience
• Work with Family Support Specialists and PFC Manager to maintain communication with parents and contact parents in emergency situations
• Prepare and serve meals and monitor children during lunch time
• Develop schedules and routines to ensure that children have enough physical activity, rest, and playtime
Child Care Worker skills and qualifications:
• High school diploma/GED required
• 1+ years’ child care experience
• Must possess valid CPR and First Aid certifications
• Ability to pass background check required
• Caring and compassionate attitude a must
How to Apply:
Please send resumes and cover letters to Vernon Richardson via email at
Posted Until March 22, 2018

Job Title:
Organization Name: Edlavitch DCJCC
Work Schedule and Hours: Saturdays: 3:00-8:00 pm
Wage/Salary: $15
Job Description and Qualifications: Must currently possess and maintain current lifeguard, CPR & first aid certification. Recognizing and responding quickly and effectively in emergencies complying with all safety and emergency procedures. Enforcing all JCC aquatic facility policies, rules and regulations.Assisting in maintaining a neat, organized and clean pool deck. Being punctual and maintain good attendance. Any applicant considered for the position will be required to undergo a background check.
How to Apply: Please send resume with relevant experience and cover letter to Jill Aaron, Associate Director of Aquatics at
Posted Until March 21, 2018

Restaurant/Retail/Tour Guide

Job Title: Bicycle Sales Associate
Organization Name: District Hardware and Bike/The Velo Café
Compensation Type: Paid
Job Description: District Hardware and Bike is looking for full and part time seasonal support at the new Southwest Wharf facility. We are looking for dedicated and customer-focused individuals who are passionate about bicycles and who have strong communications skills. Our mission is to provide a unique retail space that maintains a community-centric, family-friendly environment with access to top quality food and beverage, expert bicycle service and sales, and an urban-minded assortment of hardware and home goods.
How to Apply: Send us your resume and cover letter, along with your work schedule availability, and why you are interested in this position. If you are interested in more than one department, please let us know. We have full time and part time positions available. Email us at INFO@DISTRICTHARDWARE.COM
Posted Until April 15, 2018

Job Title: Boat Crew/Pirate Actors
Organization Name: Boomerang Boat Tours
Wage/ Salary: $15 per hour
Job Description: Ahoy and welcome to the Boomerang Party Yacht and Pirate Ship! We're looking for seasonal crew to help maintain safety, operation, and cleanliness on board our vessels.  Previous boating experience not necessary, but you should feel comfortable on the water.  Proper training while working with US Coast Guard guidelines, our captains, and senior crew will be provided. Cruises run everyday March-October, highly concentrated on evenings and weekends.  We're also looking for summer staff to lead our fun activities on board. Wednesday-Sunday we offer Family Fun Treasure Hunt cruises which are geared towards 3-10 year olds
How to Apply: Interested students should send their resume to Kelly at
Posted until April 14, 2018

Job Title: Part-Time Stylist
Organization Name: M.M LaFleur
Wage/Salary: $15 per hour
Job Description: MM.LaFleur is redefining "brick and mortar." We aim to create a revolutionary experience for our clients who love great style but have minimal time to shop (hence our hashtag, #BetterThingsToDo). Our key differentiator is our hyper-personalized customer service and we want you to be on the ground floor of building that experience at our D.C. showroom! As a Stylist, you will assist clients one-on-one in our showroom through hour-long appointments. Must have flexible availability since role has potential to turn into Full-Time.
How to Apply: To apply online click here
Posted until April 14, 2018


Job Title: Pianist/Keyboardist/Director of contemporary music
Organization Name: Holy Trinity Lutheran Church
Work Schedule: 7 hours a week
Compensation Type: Paid, based on experience
Job Description: Looking for an individual to fill a 12-month position of a pianist/keyboardist/director of contemporary music. Job includes rehearsing vocalists & musicians. Sunday worship and some music selection. Previous church musician experience preferable.
How to Apply: For more information or to submit a resume contact  
Posted until April 14, 2018

Job Title: Driver - Prescription Drop-Off
Organization Name:  Nations Care Pharmacy
Work Schedule and Hours:  Flexible Evenings. 
Wage/Salary: Salary $400-$500 per month
Job Description: Company car will be provided.  Our Pharmacy is located within walking distance from the Shrine.  Flexible hours. Some evenings the student will drop off prescriptions to the patients   in the area.  Most evenings there is nothing to deliver.   But student will call to check if there is delivery needed. Student may be on call Mon thru Frid.after 6pm. and Sat afternoon. Salary is guaranteed even if there is little delivery needed.
Qualifications:  Current driver's license in any state in USA. Student must present, clean police record.
How to Apply: Send resume to address below.
Posted until April 14, 2018

Job Title: Ghost Writer
Organization Name: 
Thruue Inc.
Wage/Salary: Paid
Job Description: We are seeking a ghostwriter who can help us explore what closing the gap between strategy and culture means for organizations, employees, and society. You will work closely with our CEO, president, and editor-in-chief, and others to help craft THRUUE content that is on brand and on message. For the right candidate, there will also be opportunity to expand this role. If you have a passion for writing and a desire to learn about company culture, consulting, and more – let’s talk.
•Research, write, and edit 3-5 articles per month to be posted on the THRUUEPoints Blog
•Master the voice and style of THRUUE leaders and tailor content for a business audience
•Work closely with the CEO to draft/edit monthly articles for THRUUEPoints Newsletter 
•Support the creation of other THRUUE marketing materials
•Support the editor-in-chief with copyediting and proofreading tasks
•Undergraduate degree in English, Communications, Business (college juniors and seniors are also welcome to apply)
•Specific course-work or certifications in editing or writing a plus
•Previous experience with professional writing, journalism, marketing, or similar
•Knowledge of business style writing
•Excellent oral and written communication skills and interpersonal skills
•Great attention to detail (previous editing experience preferred)
•Ability to work both autonomously and collaboratively
•Ability to work on short notice and meeting deadlines
•Self-motivated with strong intellectual creativity and curiosity
How to Apply: Please contact with a resume and 2-3 writing sample to apply.
Posted Until April 9, 2018

Job Title: House Sitter/AirBnB Manager - Summer
Organization Name: Priviate Home
Wage/Salary: 15% of AirBnB income
Job Description: 
-Seeking responsible adult to live in our Brookland home June 15-August 20
-In exchange for free housing: maintain home, mow lawn, care for easy going cat
-Manage our basement AirBnB business: manage guest hospitality, communicate with guests before arrival and during stay, oversee cleaners, maintain 5-star ratings
-Earn 15% of AirBnB income (typically grosses $2,500/month, so about $450 per month)
How to Apply: Please contact me at 
Posted Until April 6, 2018

Job Title: School Bus Aides
Organization Name: Phillips Programs
Job Description: Interested candidates must:Be able to meet the bus in Manassas in the mornings to start the route, and be dropped off to Manassas in the afternoons
Be able to ride every day without absences. If you are looking for a rewarding job, come and work with us. You should have the following: Experience working with students or in a school environment preferred, Experience working in school transportation preferred. Please be aware that this position will require a criminal background check to include child protective services. You must also be able to pass a drug screening.
How to Apply
:All interested candidates that meet the above criteria, please contact the Transportation office.
FAX: 703-658-2378
CALL: 703-941-0780 Ext: 312 ask for Tracy S.
WEBSITE: click here
Posted until April 1, 2018

Job Title: Hospitality Customer Service
Organization Name: Bike and Roll DC
Wage/Salary: $13.25
Job Description: Staffers set up rentals, enter customer information, provide detailed way finding directions, share riding and touring tips.  Training provided. Positions available at L'Enfant Plaza  and Union Station beginning mid-March.  If desired, employment may be extended through summer and/or fall.  Applicants looking for summer-employment only, please apply now and note availability.
Qualifications: Outgoing, Reliable and responsible, Enjoy helping others, Comfortable working both inside and outside, Able to converse well in English, second language is a plus, Strong enough to lift a 30 pound bicycle
How to Apply: email resume to Jobs@Bikethesites.Com
Posted until April 1, 2018

Job Title: Seasonal Horticultural Installer
Organization Name: Rolling Greens Inc.
Job Description: Do you have a green thumb and a love of
beautiful plants? If so, come work with us this Spring, Summer, and Fall at Rolling Greens Inc. Early "afternoon class" friendly flexible hours, on the job training, and competitive pay make this a job you’re going to love! No experience necessary, intern on the job with our amazing crew. Simply put, we bring buildings to life! We enhance the surroundings of our customers and create for them broad instant curb appeal, both inside and out. A successful business grows with honest, dedicated and skilled employees, Rolling Greens is always keeping an eye out for these types of individuals. We select well qualified individuals, provide on-the-job training as well as opportunities for advancement through our employee development programs. Rolling Greens provides employees with many opportunities to improve their skills and knowledge to enhance their career goals.Our compensation benefits include:Competitive Wages, Uniforms, and Opportunities For Growth
How to Apply: To apply visit our website here 
Posted Until March 21, 2018

Quick Cash

Job Title: Filmed Speech Pathology Discussion
Organization Name: 2U
Work Schedule/Hours: Filming will take place April 7th, 2018
Wage/Salary: $60.00 per hour ($300 for a half day of filming)
Job Description: My company, 2U, is looking for current students and recent grads of undergraduate level speech-language pathology programs who are interested in participating in filmed educational discussions with a Communications professor from Emerson College. Participants should be comfortable with broad, single word transcription.  These discussions will be included in the program's Understanding Speech Sounds course. Filming will take place the week of 5/7 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 the form here
Posted until April 7, 2018

Job Title: 2U MBA Student Opportunity
Organization Name: 2U
Wage/Salary: The typical rate is up to $300 for a half day of filming and $600 for a full day. 
Job Description: I’m a video producer working for 2U, an educational technology company. We are partnered with Rice University to create their MBA online program.  I’m specifically producing an Organizational Behavior course that requires the professor to have impromptu, filmed, conversations with in-studio guests.Filming will take place at our studio facilities in Arlington, VA the week of March 26, 2018.  The successful applicant will possess a positive attitude in addition to being bright and articulate.
Qualifications: We are looking for current MBA graduate students, recent graduates, or working professionals. 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 March 26, 2018
How to Apply: Fill out the google form found here
Posted until March 26, 2018

Summer Camp/Employment Positions

Job Title: Multiple Summer Positions
Organization Name: The Girl Scouts of NYPENN Pathways
Work Schedule: June 25th to August 19th 2018
Wage/Salary: $1,280 per month
Job Description: Comstock Adventure Center is located on Cayuga Lake, about 6 miles from the center of the City of Ithaca, and possesses nearly two miles of lakefront. Amahami Adventure Center is located about 40 minutes from the city of Binghamton in Deposit, NY, and has over 450 acres and its own private lake; both facilities run overnight resident camps. Both camps host up to 110 girls per week, and we hire about 30 seasonal staff members each summer. Staff must be willing to commit to working at both Comstock and Amahami Adventure Centers, from June 25th to August 19th, for a total of 6 weeks of summer camp, and 8 days of staff training. The majority of camp will take place at Comstock Adventure Center, with the final week of camp from August 12th - 19th moving to Amahami Adventure Center. Camp runs each week from Sunday midday to Friday evenings (staff are off from Friday evening to Sunday morning each week). Staff also receive one night off of camp and one night off cabin duty a week, one meal off per week, and an hour of break each full camp day.
How to Apply: Apply online here!

Job Title: Alaskan Seafood Processor
Organization Name: Leader Creek Fisheries
Work Schedule: 16 hours per day/7 Days a week
Wage/Salary: $10.00 per hour
Job Description: Come experience Alaska and take part in the Bristol Bay salmon run!  Leader Creek Fisheries is a unique company, offering many perks to employees while specializing in wild and sustainable salmon.  Airfare and housing are provided by the company, as well as a competitive wage. Now accepting applications for the summer of 2018!
How to apply: Apply online here!

Job Title:
Summer Lodge Crew
Organization Name: Allen Marine Tours
Compensation Type: Paid
Job Description: Allen Marine Tours is a day tour company, with 16 tour vessels, all cruising the waters of Juneau Alaska. Many of our guests choose to visit our lodge located on the remote and beautiful Colt Island. The work is easy to learn and making our guest happy is a fun part of it. Work in our gift shop, filled with locally made jewelry, food products, and Alaskan art. Work the bar serving all Alaskan brewed craft beers and fresh crab cocktails. You can also work the kitchen as a sous-chef or prep cook, or in the main lodge where we serve our guests in a buffet style setting. Our management staff are all experienced and caring individuals. Join us at Orca Point Lodge and become a member of our team. Two bonuses are available, and you get to enjoy a scenic and relaxing thirty-minute boat ride to and from work each day. Must be at least 18 years of age and pass a USCG drug screening. Join us for the 2018 summer season and become part of our family.
How to Apply: Click here to apply!

Job Title: Multiple Summer Camp Opportunities
Organization Name: Camp Lochearn for Girls
Wage/Salary: $2,000 per year
Job Description: Camp Lochearn for Girls, is a residential summer camp located in Post Mills, Vermont. Each summer, we strive to create a fun, hardworking, and exciting experience for both our campers and counselors. Our activities include horseback riding, waterfront activities such as canoeing, skiing, and sailing, land sports and hiking through the White Mountains of Vermont and New Hampshire. This is an incredible opportunity for college students to get experience working with children of all ages from all over the world, as well as staff members from all over the United States and the world. Working for Camp Lochearn during the summer is a very rewarding job that lasts for much longer than ten weeks. We offer internship credit as well!
How to apply: Apply online here

Job Title:
Camp Counselor
Organization Name: U.S. Space and Rocket Center
Wage/Salary: $9.50 an hour
Job Description: Home to Space Camp®, Aviation Challenge® Camp, and Robotics Camp the U.S. Space & Rocket Center (USSRC) is the largest spaceflight museum in the world. As a Camp Counselor (Crew Trainer), you will be immersed in a STEAM environment with astronauts, rockets, simulated space missions, robots, flight simulator and individuals who share your passion for exploration. This opportunity will be more than just a few lines on your resume – it’s a community, a culture, an opportunity to inspire the Mars generation, and an out-of-this-world leadership experience. This immersive program places students in a real-world context allowing them to view math and science as something more than just an academic exercise – allowing them to recognize these subjects as tools to develop future careers as scientists, engineers, teachers, and astronauts. Those who live outside the greater Huntsville area may also apply to be resident assistants. Resident assistants will be provided with board and meals in exchange for serving one week of “on call” duties on a rotational basis.
How to apply: Apply online here!

Job Title: EcoCamp Counselor
Organization Name: National Audubon Society
Work Schedule: June 5th through August 17th 2018
Job Description: Our three counselors work closely with Pickering Creek Audubon Center's EcoCamp Director and other Center staff to run our successful 7 week-long, nature-themed day camp for K-7th graders. Each counselor is responsible for one group of campers (12 maximum) during each week and a small group of teen volunteer counselors (aka Junior Naturalists). On-site housing is available but not required.
How to Apply: To apply online click here!

Job Title: Summer Camp Counselor
Organization Name: Camp Chipinaw
Wage/Salary: $1,500 per year + full room and board
Job Description: Thank you for your interest in working at Chipinaw & Silver Lake! Our summer camp is only as good as the staff it hires. That is why we search the globe for the most experienced and enthusiastic staff members we can find. Spend two months in the beautiful Catskill Mountains of NY teaching and being a role model to campers between the ages of 7-16.
How to apply: Apply online here!

Job Title: Youth Coding Instructor
Organization Name: Generation Code
Compensation Type: $25.00 per hour
Job Description: Based in Vienna, Virginia - Generation Code is seeking kid-friendly and creative Youth Coding Instructors/Counselors to support our summer coding camps for kids and teens. This role is responsible for delivering curriculum, creating a fun and engaging learning environment, and ensuring student success. Summer Camps take place all summer long and pay up to $1000 per week depending on availability and experience. Ongoing work and seasonal opportunities available to the right candidate. Preference is for someone who can commit to the full summer HOWEVER, we will consider candidates who are available for a minimum of 2 or more weeks. Must have access to reliable transportation.
How to Apply: Apply online here!

Job Title: Lifeguard
Organization Name: Premier Aquatics
Compensation Type: Paid
Job Description: Premier Aquatics is hiring Lifeguards in Northern Virginia, DC and Maryland. No experience needed! Full-time and part-time positions available (schedules are made based on your availability).
- Enforcing all policies and procedures, rules and regulations in order to ensure the safety of patrons
- Recognizing and responding effectively in emergency situations
- Performing water rescues and administering first aid as needed
NOT CERTIFIED? We offer Lifeguard Training from American Red Cross.
How to apply: Apply online here!

Job Title: Summer Camp Instructor
Organization Name: American Inline Skating
Wage/Salary: $15.00 per hour
Job Description: American Inline is a leading provider of summer camps in the Washington DC area. Our camps are one week, day camps, exclusively on wheels for children 5 to 15. Summer Camp on Wheels is the parent brand for the following camps – Learn to Ride a Bike, Bike Riding Camp, Nature Biking Camp, Mountain Bike Camp, Skateboard Camp, In-line Skate Camp, Xtreme Camp, Wheel Action Camp and Camp on Wheels. Summer Camp on Wheels are operated in conjunction with recreation agencies and private schools. Together, Summer Camp on Wheels hosted more than 1,500 campers in 2017.
How to Apply: Click here to apply!

Job Title: Multiple Summer Camp Positions available
Organization Name: Camps Connect
Compensation Type: Paid + Room and Board
Job Description: Camp counselors and seasonal staff members are the heart and soul of our camps; Working with and living in a camp community where children see, hear, and imitate everything we do 24/7! All staff must provide a high level of energy and enthusiasm in cabins and in activity areas, and be dedicated to the "organized chaos" of camp life. We expect either a four or six-week commitment depending on which of our camps you will be working at this summer. This commitment includes a one-week, paid, staff training session.
How to Apply: Click here to apply!

Job Title: Summer Camp Positions
Organization Name: Girl Scouts NYPENN Pathways
Compensation Type: Paid
Work Schedule: June 25th to August 19th 2018
Job Description: Comstock Adventure Center is located on Cayuga Lake, about 6 miles from the center of the City of Ithaca, and possesses nearly two miles of lakefront. Amahami Adventure Center is located about 40 minutes from the city of Binghamton in Deposit, NY, and has over 450 acres and its own private lake; both facilities run overnight resident camps. Both camps host up to 110 girls per week, and we hire about 30 seasonal staff members each summer. Staff must be willing to commit to working at both Comstock and Amahami Adventure Centers, from June 25th to August 19th, for a total of 6 weeks of summer camp, and 8 days of staff training. The majority of camp will take place at Comstock Adventure Center, with the final week of camp from August 12th - 19th moving to Amahami Adventure Center. Camp runs each week from Sunday midday to Friday evenings (staff are off from Friday evening to Sunday morning each week). Staff also receive one night off of camp and one night off cabin duty a week, one meal off per week, and an hour of break each full camp day.
How to apply: To apply click here

Job Title: Various Positions    
Organization Name: Girl Scouts of Chesapeake Bay
Job Description/How to Apply: Visit our website here for more

Job Title: Program Assistant 
Organization Name: Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth
Wage/Salary:  $2,400 for two sessions
Job Description: Program assistants (PAs) are responsible for student supervision both inside and outside the CTY classroom. PAs also plan and lead all afternoon activities. Although certain duties are typical, tasks and responsibilities can and do change according to each day’s needs and may vary slightly. Specific tasks and responsibilities in the classroom might include assisting with instructional preparation, aiding the instructor with classroom management, taking notes about student performance, tutoring students, helping with clerical tasks such as typing and photocopying, and generally helping to ensure that the class runs smoothly. PAs are the primary staff members responsible for supervising students during lunch, breaks, and afternoon activities. As part of their supervisory duties, PAs assist with morning drop-off and afternoon pick-up.
Qualifications: GPA of 3.2 or better. Experience working with children. Experience organizing recreational programs or planning events. Maturity, responsibility, energy, and creativity
How to Apply: Click here to apply

Job Title:  Site Assistant
Organization Name: National Student Leadership Conference
Compensation: Room/Board/Stipend
Job Description: 
Site Assistants are responsible for completing the daily tasks of the NSLC on-site office, not directly teaching or
working with the NSLC students. SAs generally work the entire summer, from set-up to break-down of the site.
As an OA, you will:
• Work with the Office Manager to complete all daily administrative tasks in the on-site office
• Prepare for and facilitate program arrival and departure days
• Assist the program staff with setting up program activities
• Assist with Site Set-up at the beginning of the summer and Site Break-down at the end of the summer
• Serve as a liaison between the NSLC on-site office and the NSLC Enrollment Office
• Serve as a liaison between the NSLC on-site office and the University or Conference Center.
• Serve for the betterment of the NSLC students and staff.
Requirements for Employment:
• Must be a current college student.
• Microsoft Office (Excel and Word) proficiency is required.
• Must be a self-starter, flexible and willing to work long hours.
• Must have a valid U.S. Driver’s License and be comfortable with driving in major cities.
• Ability to perform physically demanding tasks such as moving and delivering materials.
Preferred for Employment:
• Applicants should be familiar with the NSLC.
• Office/secretarial work experience.
• Experience working with youth programs or summer camps is preferred.
• Familiarity or experience with audio/visual equipment (LCD projector, microphones, speaker systems).
• Comfortable with administering first aid or assistance to students.
Dates, Location & Compensation:
The NSLC runs conferences at several major universities will be seeking Site Assistants for each office. Dates will
vary depending on the site for which you apply. Site assistants will be paid a stipend at the end of each session.. NSLC pays for room & board, as well as transportation to and from the conference.
How to Apply: 
1. Click here
2. Click on “Summer 2018 Job Application”
3. The position is listed as “Site Assistant-Office.” You can apply for multiple sites from the same application. Make sure to check the start and end dates for each site as they do differ.

Job Title: Multiple Summer Camp Opportunities
Organization Name: Camp Echo Lake
Compensation Type: Paid
Job Description: Camp Echo Lake is a 7-week children's sleep-away camp in the Adirondack Mountains. Echo Lake staff members come from all over the world, and have a variety of different backgrounds, but the one thing that they have in common, is that they ALL love working with kids to help them to reach their potential. The position would start on June 11th and end on August 13th, and travel will be partially covered as part of compensation. If you have experience and are looking for a fun, energizing job this summer, then you should consider applying. As an Ideal Candidate, you possess the following skills and competencies:
- Formal experience coaching/instructing children or adults
- Experience working with children between the ages 7-16
- Experience working and collaborating with your peers
- Familiarity with lesson planning and setting achievable goals for participants
- A genuine interest in working with children
- A positive and resilient attitude
- The ability to receive and deliver constructive feedback
- The desire and capacity to have a fun, active summer in the Adirondack region of Upstate New York.
How to apply: If interested apply online here

Job Title: Camp Tanuga
Organization Name: Summer Camp Counselor/Activity Leader
Job Description: Now hiring motivated and outgoing college students as counselors and activity or sport instructors.  Learn new skills and meet new friends.  Spend your summer in Northern Michigan!Positions available include:  general counselors, activity instructors, trip leaders, nurses, kitchen managers, drivers and more. Populations served include:  traditional residential, schools and non-profit youth groups, private parties and other events. All staff live at camp for duration of employment.  Room and board are provided. Three staff members share responsibility for the physical and emotional well being of a cabin of up to 12 campers. During the day, staff teach or assist in the instruction of one or more sports, or activities. 
How to Apply: Learn more and apply online here

Job Title: Summer Camp Counselor and Multiple Internships.
Organization Name: Deer Valley Resort
Work Schedule: June-August
Job Description: Organize games and events for children's age groups. Multi-task as a team player with other counselors and staff. Work in fast-paced environment. Able to follow through on projects
Qualifications: Must be 18 to apply. Strong communication skill. Experience working with childre. Experience organizing events for children. Detail oriented. Able to lift minimum of 40 lbs. with long periods of standing, bending and twisting
How to Apply: Visit our website here to apply and to learn more about other internships click here 

Job Title: Multiple Summer Camp Opportunities
Organization Name: COA Camp Helen Brachman
Work Schedule: June 11th to August 10th
Wage/Salary: Starting at $225 per week plus room and board
Job Description: Every summer, Camp Helen Brachman hires 40 staff from around the world. We seek out adults who are passionate about working with youth from Milwaukee and want to make a positive difference in each camper’s life. Key traits we seek include a positive attitude, willingness to give everything you’ve got for the best job ever, willingness to put your own needs aside to meet the needs of campers and other staff, flexibility and a sense of fun! If you have these qualities, we invite you to apply to be a part of our camp staff team.
How to Apply: Click here to apply!

Job Title: Multiple Summer Opportunities
Organization Name: The Aloha Foundation, Inc.
Work Schedule: The season runs from June 13 to August 25.
Compensation Type:
Job Description: The Aloha Foundation is a Vermont-based nonprofit that provides summer camps, family camps and education programs emphasizing simplicity, the outdoors and living in community. Our mission is to inspire people of all ages to learn, explore, grow and be their best selves.  The Aloha Foundation is an inclusive organization that welcomes people from all backgrounds. These seasonal positions include a competitive salary, room and board, and the ability to spend the summer in a lakeside setting in Vermont.
How to Apply: send resume to Phil Ameden: and complete the Support Staff application posted here

Job Title:
Summer Camp Jobs
Organization Name: Greater Richmond ARC
How to Apply: Visit here for more information.

Job Title: Chef Assistant/Cook
Organization Name: Camp Watitoh
Job Description: Camp Watitoh, a coed camp in Becket, MA, seeks a qualified individual to work alongside our two longtime chefs. Our kitchen produces 3 meals a day for over 250 people at a time. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, Prepare, season and cook things like soups, salads, entrees and desserts, plating of food, and supervising clean up of the kitchen as needed. You will be using our griddle, portable propane grill, meat slicer, food chopper, 60 qt Hobart mixer, robot coupe food processor, hand blender and assorted knives, (French, utility and pairing).   This is a great opportunity for somebody who would like to get their hands involved in all aspects of running a kitchen. Our Executive Chef has over 30 years experience working at both camp and other service dining jobs.   Room, board, salary, and travel stipend are included.
How to Apply: Visit here for more information.

Job Title: Camp Counselor Positions
Organization Name: Colorado Lions Camp
How to Apply: Visit here for more information.

Job Title: Camp Counselors
Organization Name:  COA/Camp Helen Brachman
Job Description: Every summer, Camp Helen Brachman hires 40 staff from around the world. We seek out adults who are passionate about working with youth from Milwaukee and want to make a positive difference in each camper’s life. Key traits we seek include a positive attitude, Willingness to give everything you’ve got for the best job ever, Willingness to put your own needs aside to meet the needs of campers and other staff, Flexibility and a sense of fun! If you have these qualities, We invite you to apply to be a part of our camp staff team. Pay starting at $225/week (increases with lifeguard training/other certifications).Room and board during summer employment dates. Camp staff shirt. A job you’ll never forget and that will help you grow in ways you never thought possible. Resume building experience. Discounted rates for trainings offered.
Qualifications: 18 years of age or older by the start of the summer. Genuine interest in working with youth in an outdoor setting for the entire summer. Certified in first aid/cpr/aed for adult and child prior to the start of the summer (we do offer this training in early june). Ability to be selfless. Ability to work june 11 – august 10, 2018. Supervisors & kitchen staff june 5 – aug 15
How to Apply: Click here to apply

Job Title: Summer Counselor-sharing the Gospel with low-income childre
Organization Name: Camp Ray Bird
Work Schedule: June 3-Aug 4, 2018
Wage/Salary: $2,000 over term, residential sessions
Job Description: The core of the Counselor position is building loving relationships with campers. Counselors and co-counselors are responsible for 8-10 campers, setting the pace for a faith-building and fun experience together as a group. The counselors’ responsibilities include:
1. Caring for campers’ physical, emotional and spiritual needs
2. Upholding rules, policies, and common courtesies personally and for campers
3. Offering loving and appropriate discipline for the wellbeing of the campers and staff
4. Serving as a role model to campers
5. Leading or assisting recreational small group activities
6. Internalizing and teaching the camp’s spiritual curriculum including memory verses, small group bible lessons, and teachable experiences throughout the day
7. Explaining God’s plan for Salvation in an excited and inviting manner, giving opportunities for campers to make new or renewed commitments to Jesus Christ
8. Engaging with campers and encouraging participation in activities
9. Participating in cabin group activities to create shared experiences—the building block of relationship where you can comfortably share Jesus Christ
10. Developing positive and supportive relationships with other staff members, treating others as you would like to be treated
11. Maintaining open communication and working as a team with leaders and other staff—attending meetings, sharing feelings and thoughts in appropriate ways, becoming part of the growth and improvement of the ministry
12. Performing other camp responsibilities as assigned
Qualifications: Should be at least 18 years of age or a high school graduate. Demonstrate being a leader, communicating well, and solving problems. Experience with camper-aged children & relationship building. Possess high energy and motivation. Able to work well with other people on a team, listen to and give instructions, and ability to supervise children.
How to Apply: Access our application and reference forms here

Job Title: Various Summer Employment Opportunities
Organization Name: DC Department of Parks and Recreation
Compensation Type:
Job Description: When school is out and summer kicks in, these are the important jobs that allow DC residents of all ages to have a fun, safe, and productive summer. DPR strives to provide high quality recreational programming and is looking for talented individuals to join our team. Our summer employment opportunities include summer camp counselors, assistant facilitators, facilitators, lifeguards, aquatics operations, program monitors, and office assistants. Take advantage of these great opportunities to earn money and serve the District community. Browse through the positions available and apply now!
Qualifications: All selected candidates for hire will be subject to criminal background checks, traffic record checks, or both, and pre-employment drug and alcohol screening.
How to apply: Apply online here!

Job Title: Lifeguard
Organization Name: Continental Pools
Wage/Salary: $9.00 per hour
Job Description: CPI lifeguards undergo certification and re-certification each year that stresses the importance of safety and accident prevention. They are trained in all aspects of water rescue, first aid, and emergency management. In order to ensure well-educated and well-rounded lifeguards at our facilities each lifeguard receives training in basic leadership as well. We are constantly reinforcing training throughout the summer too.
How to Apply: Click the link here to apply!

Job Title: Various Summer Camp Opportunities
Organization Name: Camp Bethel Ministries
Job Description: Camp Bethel is located in the mountains of West Virginia. It is a non-denominational camp and not affiliated with one particular church or denomination. Camp Bethel is looking for spiritually mature young adults who desire to spend the summer serving God and drawing campers into a stronger relationship with Him. They must be committed to spending time daily in the Word and in prayer. The camp schedule is demanding, but the spiritual rewards are everlasting.
Qualifications: Must be 15 years or older. Summer staff members are required to raise their support for the summer and are therefore considered summer missionaries.
How to Apply: Apply online here!

Job Title: Summer Camp Counselor and Basketball Counselor
Organization Name: Camp Weequahic
Job Description: Camp Weequahic, a co-ed residential summer camp in Northeast Pennsylvania, is looking for enthusiastic and qualified individuals that can help create a fantastic summer experience for our campers and be great role models in the process. This position is for someone that loves to work with people and has a desire to make a difference. Join our staff of college students from around the U.S. and abroad and meet incredible people from all over the world. This is not your typical 9-5 job, but it is an awesome opportunity to challenge yourself and grow in unexpected ways, all while making a difference in the life of a child and have a ton of fun doing it!
Our camp has over 60 program areas, and we need bunk counselors who can lead activities in athletics, arts, and adventure—basically everything from ‘Archery’ to ‘Zumba.’ We also need out-of-bunk staff to help run special events, activity programs, and other areas of camp. Must be fun and outgoing, as well as hardworking and responsible.
How to Apply:TO APPLY: Please apply through Handshake AND here

Job Title: Group Leader, Summer Intensive DC
Organization Name: Johns Hopkins University - Center for Talented Youth
Job Description: The Summer Intensive is a concentrated course of study to help incoming Carey Business School international graduate students adjust to American life and culture. Daily practice in writing and speaking English in a variety of contexts helps international students prepare for the academic, professional, and social challenges they will face. In addition, participants are introduced to resources and strategies to cope with living in a foreign country, from housing and transportation to health insurance and services.
Group Leaders help to create a community that encourages and supports curiosity, critical thinking, and adjustment to life in the United States. Group Leaders (GLs) are responsible for student supervision both inside and outside the classroom. GLs also plan and lead some activities. Although certain duties are typical, tasks and responsibilities can and do change according to each day’s needs and may vary slightly. Specific tasks and responsibilities in the classroom might include assisting with instructional preparation, aiding the instructor with classroom management, helping with clerical tasks such as typing and photocopying, and generally helping to ensure that classes and activities run smoothly.
Qualifications: High School Diploma/GED required. Two years of related experience. Additional education may substitute for required experience, to the extent permitted by the JHU equivalency formula (30 undergraduate degree credits/semester hours or 18 graduate degree credits may substitute for one year of experience).
How to Apply: To view complete posting and to apply, please visit For assistance, please email

Job Title: Multiple Summer Camp Opport
Organization Name: Camp Towanda
Compensation Type: Paid
Work Schedule: Summer 2018
Job Description: We are looking for outgoing leaders that want to serve as role models for children and don't mind getting their hands dirty. You have to be willing to jump head first into a fast paced, action filled summer! This is perfect for RA's and anyone the expresses an interest in leadership. Camp Towanda is a family operated, 7-week, coed, traditional sleep away camp nestled in the countryside of Northeast PA. While honoring our 96 years of tradition and continuing to innovate, we offer all land and water sports and many other activities that develop key social skills by reinforcing group bonding and respect. We offer internship opportunities for credit too!
How to Apply: Email and fill out our application here

Job Title: Multiple Summer Opportunities
Organization Name: Camp Skylemar
Work Schedule: June 9th to August 10th
Compensation Type: Paid (wage based on postion) plus travel expenses, meals, housing, and staff shirts.
Job Description: Camp Skylemar, long considered to be one of the finest camps in the country, is in search of summer workers for the upcoming summer. In addition to providing leadership throughout the day, staff members serve as “big brother/sister”, friend, role-model, adviser and “hero”.
Qualifications: Applicants must have completed at least one year of college.To drive a camp vehicle, staff must be 21 and have a clean driving record.
How to Apply: Apply online here!

Job Title: Summer Camp Counselor
Organization Name: New York State Sheriff’s Summer Camp
Wage/Salary: $1,080 per month
Work Schedule: June 24th through August 4th
Job Description: The New York State Sheriffs’ Institute is hiring counselors and instructors for their Summer Camp at Camp Iroquois on beautiful Keuka Lake. We work with disadvantaged children from every part of New York State, using sports instruction and other activities to build self-esteem and reinforce positive behavior. Counselors supervise campers at a ratio of 8-to-2 with opportunities to lead large group activities. Counselors also serve as instructors in 19 sports, including soccer, football, volleyball, hiking, arts & crafts, cheerleading, sailing, canoeing, swimming, kayaking and more.
How to Apply:  Please contact the Camp Director Dave Sherman at if you are interested in joining us. For additional information click here to visit our website!

Job Title: Summer Camp Counselor
Organization Name: The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore
Wage/Salary: Paid
Work Schedule: Summer 2018
Job Description: The primary roles will be to insure that all programming presented is engaging, innovative and effective, as determined by evaluation, and in direct support of the mission of The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore; Assist with educational summer camps on zoo grounds including but not limited to leading group games, helping participants complete crafts and projects, supervising snack and lunch breaks, leading participants through Zoo, and office activities; Responsible for safety and well-being of all camp participants as managed by the Summer Camp Instructor; Maintain proper protocol and procedures required for all Zoo interactions with animals, visitors, and program participants; Perform other duties as assigned; and adhere to all policies and procedures of the Zoo.
How to Apply: To apply click here!

Job Title: Summer Camp Counselor
Organization Name: Camp Summit
Wage/Salary: Paid plus room and board, laundry facilities, and wireless internet
Work Schedule: May 19th through August 19th (with a staff break from June 30th to July 6th)
Job Description: Camp Summit is a residential or “sleep away” camp for children and adults with disabilities. With weeklong camp sessions, weekend sessions and respite days, campers are offered a wide variety of traditional camp activities in our barrier-free environment. Camp Summit hires seasonal staff for each summer and fall to fulfill a safe ratio of two campers to every one staff member. Most staff members live in the cabins (your "home away from home") with the campers during their one-week stay. Many of our staff are college students pursuing fields of human interest. We also work with international agencies to recruit personnel from all over the world.
How to Apply: To apply click here!

Job Title: Multiple Summer Positions Available
Organization Name: Camp Cayunga
Compensations Type: Paid + possible tips and all meals, lodging, and laundry services are included.
Work Schedule: Mid-June to Mid-July
Job Description: Camp Cayuga is a private, coed, nonsectarian, sleepaway camp for children ages 6-16. Located in the Pocono Mountains, Pennsylvania. Less than 3 hours from NYC & Philadelphia.  Join our team to gain valuable experience in helping children learn & grow. You will get the chance to work with high-caliber staff from all over the world.
How to apply: Complete the online application here. If you have any questions call 908-470-1224 or email

Job Title: Visitor Information Assistant
Organization Name: Environment for the Americas (EFTA)
Employment Start Date: Sunday, May 13th
Employment End Date: Sat, August 4th or Sat, August 18th
Wage/Salary: $53.00 per day worked
Job Description:
• Ability to communicate well with the public in both English and Spanish.
• Ability to attend a 2 week intensive training to learn and study about the Chugach National Forest.
• Ability to learn techniques to interpret information about the Chugach National Forest and Alaska to the public.
• Ability to put together interpretive programs to present to the public in a variety of venues.
• Ability to work with other visitor center staff in a fast paced, team oriented, visitor center environment.
• Age 18 to 35, and in college (undergraduate or graduate) or recent graduate.
• US citizen or legal resident.
• Enthusiasm for interacting with the public and children.
How to Apply: Apply online here!

Job Title: Unit Camp Counselor
Organization Name: Girl Scouts Nation’s Capital Sleep Away Camp
Compensation Type: Paid
Job Description: Assist in planning and implementing camp unit programs ensuring compliance with GSUSA Safety wise, Safety and Risk Management in Girl Scouting, Safety Management at Girl Scout Sites and Facilities, GSCNC directives, industry standards, American Camping Association Accreditation Standards for Camp Programs and Services, and in accordance with any relevant county or state ordinances. Responsible for assigned tent or tents of campers to provide daily on-going support for campers making sure they are okay, understand their kapers, having fun, working as a team when needed, providing a bedtime activity, and other care as it arises. Participate in all aspects of camp life including staff meetings, daily activities, all camp activities, kapers, cookouts, etc. as assigned or scheduled. Work cooperatively with all camp staff. Use appropriate channels to report concerns or problems.
Qualifications: Commitment to the goals and the purpose of the Girl Scouts, Camp Potomac Woods and the Girl Scout Council of the Nation's Capital. Training and/or experience working with children. High school graduate or equivalent.
How to Apply: Apply online here 

Job Title: Multiple Summer Camp Opportunities
Organization Name: Trails End Camp
Work Schedule: June 12th through August 12th
Compensation Type: Competitive salary + travel expense reimbursement based on experience. Room & Board are included.
Job Description: We are currently accepting applications from college students that enjoy playing and coaching sports at our overnight summer camp in Northeast Pennsylvania. Trail’s End is an all-around camp with strong sports programs. From team sports to individual sports, our program challenges campers of all athletic abilities in the most supportive and encouraging environment. Applicant must enjoy the outdoors, live an active lifestyle and want to spend their summer working with children. We also offer paid internships for College Students.
Qualifications: Playing and/or coaching sports, maturity, flexibility and good judgment are a must. Also, the desire to be part of a camp community and do more than just coach and teach. Our athletic staff is part of a team of people working to create a positive environment for our campers ages 7-16.
How to Apply: Apply online here OR for more information call us at 800-408-1404 x14 OR email

Job Title: Theater, Dance, Music, and Visual Teaching Artists
Organization Name: Department of Parks and Recreation, Prince George’s County at the Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center and Bowie Center for the Performing Arts
Work Schedule and Hours: Camps run in two or four-week sessions from June 18 to August 10, 9 am-4:30 pm Monday-Friday, excluding July 4, with before/after care beginning at 7 am and ending at 6 pm.
Wage/Salary: Compensation ranges from a $13 to $25/hour, depending on experience and the responsibility level of the position.
Job Description: Positions are available for theater/musical theater teachers, dancers/choreographers in a variety of dance styles, and a visual artist to work with campers on sets and props. Camp directors and instructors will lead children through a fun, safe, and content-rich camp in the camp’s specialty area, including dance, acting, musical theater, and playwriting, and culminate in a student performance. Instructors may teach one or more camp sessions, and must be available for all of the days in the camps for which they are hired. Instructors must also be available for trainings on evenings TBD the week of June 4, as well as two additional planning dates to be scheduled depending on staff availability.
Qualifications: Ideal candidates will have at least one year of teaching or directing experience in their discipline, preferably with ages 8–15
How to Apply: lease send a cover letter and resume to Elizabeth Malone, Arts Specialist, CUA alumni 2005, at

Job Title: Multiple Summer Camp Positions Available
Organization Name: Camp Laurel
Compensation Type: Paid, plus room and board.
Work Schedule: Mid-June to Mid-August
Job Description: Private Maine children’s summer camp, Camp Laurel is seeking staff memebers to provide a safe, fun, and nurturing environment for children ages 7-15. Our staff consists of professionals, experienced teachers and collegians from the United States and abroad, all drawn together by a strong desire to live with, teach, and care for children throughout the summer. Each year, the Camp Laurel team is chosen from students, graduates and faculty from schools and colleges throughout the United States. We seek people with personality, character, stability and warmth. Most importantly, we look for staff members with a sincere desire to work and live with children. Our camper-to-counselor ratio is better than 3:1.
How to Apply: To apply directly, complete an application on our website here. Call 203.227.8866 or email for more info.

Job Title: Summer Pre-School Teacher
Organization Name: Young'uns Summer Cooperative
Job Description: We are hiring two to three pre-school teachers for the summer. The school is in its third year of operation and was formed by parents to provide summer educational programs for young children (ages 2 to 4). We are also a cooperative, which means that we require parent participation during the school hour. The District of Columbia government partially subsidizes our summer program. Our summer program runs out of five District of Columbia's recreation centers: Macomb, Hardy, Hamilton, Kennedy, and Ridge Road Recreation Centers.
Qualifications: The ideal candidate should have some early education training or experience. This person also has a vibrant personality and must be able to relate well with young children. The summer program begins in mid June goes through mid August, and thus the position is temporary. The position is ideal for someone looking to attain work experience in early childhood education. The position may be renewed each year.
How to Apply: Send a resume and cover letter to Young Kim, Director,

Job Title: Multiple Summer Opportunities
Organization Name: Crossroads
Wage/Salary: Paid along with Housing and meals included.
Employment Dates: Mid June to Mid August
Job Description:Spend your summer in a dynamic environment with incredible colleagues and inspirational youth! If you’re interested in pursuing a career in education, social work, psychology, or nonprofit management, this is the opportunity for you! Campers range from ages 7 to 17 and attend one of our Massachusetts locations: Camp Wing in Duxbury, Camp Mitton in Brewster, or Camp Lapham in Ashby. Crossroads is looking for motivated, enthusiastic individuals who want to spend the summer of 2018 making a life-changing impact on young people from under-resourced communities.
How to Apply: Go here for more information and to apply: 

Job Title: Multiple Summer Opportunities
Organization Name: YMCA of the Rockies
Wage/Salary: Paid + Room & Board
Job Description: The YMCA of the Rockies operates two year-round family resorts and conference centers on each side of the Rocky Mountain National Park: Estes Park Center located in Estes Park, CO; Snow Mountain Ranch located in Winter Park, CO; and Camp Chief Ouray, a summer resident camp for kids located on the Snow Mountain Ranch property. The Estes Park Center is the largest YMCA conference center in the world. At nearly 900 acres in size and serving over 200,000 guests each year, a dedicated team of individuals work to provide guests with a world-renowned experience. We employ people of all ages, from across the country and the world, who want to experience the mountains and support our healthy spirit, mind, and body mission. JOIN US!
How to Apply: Go here for more information and to apply. Please email with any questions.

ob Title: Summer Art and Design Instructor    
Organization Name: Galileo Learning
Work Schedule and Hours: 8-9 hours per day
Wage/Salary: You will be compensated for online and on-site training and camp days.
Job Description: Read and learn curriculum for your subject prior to the start of camp. Prepare for and deliver rotations of Galileo curriculum per day to groups of up to 24 campers. Implement the curriculum as written, adapting it as needed to improve. Provide leadership, energy and camp spirit, constantly assessing group dynamics and individual needs. Supervise Camp Counselors while they are working in your classroom. Set, work toward, and achieve measurable professional development goals. Support camper check-in and check-out processes. Provide excellent customer service to families. Assist with daily set up and cleanup of camp. Contribute to and participate in daily camp activities
Qualifications: College graduate. Experience with the subject you will be teaching. Experience with the grade level you will be teaching (Kindergarten, 1st-2nd or 3rd-5th graders. Experience working with kids or in a camp setting a plus.
How to Apply: Vist our website to apply.

Job Title: Various Summer Postions
Organization Name: The Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation (TRMF)
Compensation Type: Paid
Job Description: The TRMF operates lodging, entertainment and recreation attractions, and provides numerous historical education opportunities in the beautiful ND badlands near Theodore Roosevelt National Park. Through the contributions and teamwork of a board of directors, a full time staff of approximately 40, 300+ seasonal employees , 500 + seasonal volunteers, and financial support from generous supporters from across the country, TRMF and Medora are a world class destination for guests and visitors young and old.
How to apply: Please visit the website here to apply!

Job Description: Summer Camp Nurse
Organization Name: Camp Rim Rock
Compensation Type: Paid
Job Description: Camp Rim Rock is an overnight camp located in Yellow Spring, WV. We are looking for nurses for 1 or 2 week sessions. We have a modern, air conditioned infirmary where we have two private rooms for our 2 nurses with a shared bathroom and two large rooms to house campers and staff who require medical attention. They share two bathrooms. We are located thirty minutes from Winchester Medical Center, a large regional trauma center. We have daily access to medical professionals (as needed) including Pediatricians, Orthopedists, Dentists and Orthodontists. We encourage our nurses to take advantage of our facilities and activities. Please take a look at our website here to see photos of our campers, staff and facilities.
How to Apply: If you are interested in more information, please contact

Job Title: Various Camp Staff Positions
Organization Name: Iroquois Springs Camp
Compensation Type: $1,900 per year
Job Description: Iroquois Springs, located 90 miles from NYC, is looking to hire staff from all over the world! Join us and you will get the opportunity to develop tangible skills in leadership, critical thinking, organization and teamwork in a very cool outdoors environment. Iroquois Springs will help you grow and develop as you prepare for your future career. Learn so much more than at an uninspiring internship. Every day of the summer you will be leading a group of children from morning till night through all the fun activities camp has to offer. Throughout this time you will need to think outside the box, be creative and connect with your campers making sure that they are having an amazing experience. A true chance to be a Difference Maker in the lives of other people all while having FUN yourself!
How to Apply: Apply now here!

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”
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
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).
  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 Larissa O'Brien

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:

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 
Compensation Type: Paid
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
Work Schedule: 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
Work Schedule:
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

Job Title: Multiple Summer Positions
Organization Name: Tripp Lake Camp
Work Schedule: June 16th through August 12th
Wage/Salary: Dependens on the applicant’s experience and position being applied for.
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!
How to apply: Click here to apply. For more information go to our website here or call us at 207-998-4347

Job Title: Camp Counselor
Organization Name: Camp Chen-A-Wanda
Work Schedule: 8 weeks of summer
Employment Start Date: June 23,2018  
Job Description: 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
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!”
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 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 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.
- Minimum of 18 years old, preferably 21 or older.
- Completed one year of college or equivalent experience.
How to Apply: Apply online here