The summer months are a wonderful time to build upon your skills and activities. The below listings span a wide variety of experiences for you to increase your skills over the summer.


Seasonal Summer Naturalist-Oregon Ridge Summer Nature Camp-4/10/14
Oregon Ridge Nature Center is seeking a responsible, motivated, and organized individual to plan, coordinate and lead Summer Nature Camp.   Summer Seasonal Naturalists are responsible to ensure the safety and well being of all campers during day camp programs.  Training will be provided.  Other general duties include assisting with live animal care, program materials maintenance, trail and garden work, assisting park visitors and exhibit interpretation.
Qualifications: Must have completed 2 years of College
Applicant should have an interest in natural sciences, environmental science, science education, outdoor recreation, or related field.  College degrees preferred.
Willingness to learn
Excellent Communication skills
Reliable transportation
Able to work independently and as part of a team
Enjoy working with children.  Experience working with children is preferred
Ability to work outdoors in a variety of conditions.
To apply for the Summer Seasonal Naturalist position at Oregon Ridge Nature Center send cover letter, resume and three references to Oregon Ridge Nature Center, 13555 Beaver Dam Road, Cockeysville, MD  21030, Attn: Seasonal Summer Naturalist.  For additional information, visit www.oregonridgenaturecenter.org or call 410-887-1815.


Sailing/Waterski and Wakeboarding Instructors-Camp Winadu-3/24/2014
Camp Winadu is looking for Sailing, Waterski and Wakeboarding Instructors to join our team for Summer 2014.  This is a great opportunity for anyone considering or currently working in athletics, sports management, coaching, teaching, child development or child psychology.  Counselors must be caring, patient, fun-loving, energetic and truly love being with and coaching children.  We offer a competitive salary, a travel stipend, and all room and board expenses.  For further information contact Mike Girling, mike@campwinadu.com or 914-437-7200.  Apply directly at this website.


Summer Camp Counselors-3/21/2014
Gatorland Day Camp at St. Paul's School for Girls is seeking creative, patient and energetic individuals who: 
Enjoy leading children in new experiences that foster learning and growth, Enjoy working with all ages of children from Kindegarten through 6th gade, Enjoy working as part of a team.  Camp activities inlcude sports, technology, science, performing arts, and visual arts.  We need experienced instructors in all areas, as well as general counselors.  This is a great opportunity for anyone interested in a teaching career.  To apply, please visit our website at www.spsfg.org/summer.  There is a link to Gatorland Day Camp where an employment application may be found.  For questions, please contact Sam Evins at sevins@spsfg.org or 443-537-3141.


 Summer Camps Instructors-3/10/2014
The Walters Art Museum is seeking creative and enthusiastic individuals to work in our Education Division as Summer Camp Instructors in Family Programs, Summer Camp Instructors are responsible for planning and leading week-long, full-day summer camp workshops based on designated themes.  Camp for 1st-5th graders runs from June 30 to August 1, 9:00am-4:15pm.  Camp for 6th-12th graders runs from August 4-August 15 10:00am-4:00pm.  All instructors must be available for an orientation with other staff and an open house with camp participants and their families.  Each instructor will have an on-site assistant for the duration of the week.  For consideration, send resume and cover letter to: The Walters Art Museum, 600 N. Charles Street, Baltimore, MD  21201.  Attn: HR Department or email: jobs@thewalters.org. 


 

Staff Openings-Nature Camps-2/26/2014
Nature Camps is an Outdoor Adventure and Environmental Education organization committed to transformative experiential education programs, promoting individual growth and sensory awareness for children and parents.  Nature Campus is a family based program, specializing in mixed-age learning.  In a creative and guided setting, children choose activities in which they wish to participate.  Family overnights and concerts take place each  session!
Staff Openings (Paid Internships and Summer Employment)  for summer 2014 (June 16-August 8) with the following backgrounds: Outdoor education, Ropes Course/Group Initiative Facilitation, Trip Leaders for Teen Adventure, Nursing, Life Guard, WSI, Pool Operator, Musicians & Song Leaders, Potters, Weavers & Natural Craft Teachers, Music Therapy, Camping/Wildlife Skills, Story Tellers, Hikers & Bikers, Certified Canoeists, Experienced Game Leaders, Wilderness First Responders. For more information please visit to apply go to.  Contact and Camp Director is Don Webb.


LifeGuards-Guardian Aquatics-2/18/2014
Duties:
Guardian Aquatics is presently seeking candidates to fill our summer lifeguard positions.  We offer training to any student who inquires about the job and job placement is guaranteed. Weekly cash incentives & referral bonuses, Flexible full-time and part-time positions available, competitive salary, must be 15 years or older.  For more information on this organization please visit the Guardian Aquatics website.
Contact:
Miljana Mitrovic
Phone: 1-888-774-0772

 


 

Position: Childcare(Summer Nanny)-2/7/14
Duties: Summer Nanny needed for 3 children ages 10,10 and 8 mid June to Aug. 22nd, 2014.  Driving and watching kids at pool club, driving to camps, crafts, games, making lunch each day, enjoying playing inside and outside.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30am-5:30pm.
Contact: Suzanne O'Neill
Email: suzoneill@hotmail.com 


Camp Name: Camp Canadensis (2/6/14)
Webpage: http://www.canadensis.com/staff.php
Position: Positions available in- General Bunk Counselors, Athletic Specialists, Tennis Specialists, Swimming Specialists, Waterfront (Lake) Specialists, Outdoor Adventure Specialists, Art Specialists, Dramatic Arts, Activity Directors, Nurses
Dates: June 20- August 16, 2014
Location: Canadensis, PA
Duties: College-aged counselors traditionally live in the bunks with the campers. A typical bunk will have between 8-12 campers and 3-4 counselors. As a counselor living in the bunk, it is essential that you get to know every child on a one-on-one level and understand their individual expectations and goals while at the same time trying to promote a sense of group living, teamwork and camaraderie amongst all the campers. While living in the bunks, all counselors share the same responsibilities. This includes waking up the campers in the morning, helping them prepare for the day, assisting in bunk clean-up, attending meals with your bunk and being present in the bunk during rest period, shower time, bed time and evening activities. All in bunk counselors complete daily camper progress reports.
Apply: Set up a phone interview by contacting Pam Levi, Pam@canadensis.com.


Camp Name:Howard Co Arts Council

Webpage:http://hocoarts.org/getting_involved.php

Position:Camp Director for 2014 Visual and Performing Arts Camps

Dates:Monday through Friday, June 16-August 15.

Location:Ellicott City, Maryland

Duties:The Camp Director is responsible for handling day-to-day tasks related to the camp, and works under the direction of the Arts Council Deputy Director. The Camp Director primarily serves as an administrative camp personnel supervisor, before or after care provider and as a liaison between the Howard County Arts Council's regular office staff and the parents, students, and teachers involved in the camp. The position does not involve art-related activities in the classroom.

Apply: Deadline to apply for this position is February 15, 2014. To apply, visit http://hocoarts.org/getting_involved.php to download an application. Email or mail completed application and supporting materials to: Kimberly Jensen, Deputy Director Howard County Arts Council 8510 High Ridge Road Ellicott City, MD 21043 or email deputydirector@hocoarts.org


Camp Name: Camp Courageous of Iowa

Webpage: www.campcourageous.org/

Position:Camp Staff (Volunteers, Interns, and Paid Counselors)

Dates:Winter: January27-March 21, 2014 Spring: March 22-May 16, 2014 Summer: May 18-August 15, 2014 Fall: August 20-November 21, 2014

Location: Monticello, Iowa

Duties:Working with children and adults with special needs.   Campers may need help with personal care including feeding, dressing, bathroom needs.  Some campers exhibit behavioral challenges.  Patience, energy, good judgment and enthusiasm are important qualifications for a position at Camp Courageous.  The hours are long.  An unselfish attitude and an emphasis on teamwork are needed.  Staff are expected to put the campers' needs before their own. 

Apply: Apply online at www.campcourageous.org


Employer Name: Baltimore City Recreation and Parks  (2/5/14)

Position: Swimming Pool Manager
Dates: May 26 2014 (Memorial Day) -September 1 2014 (Labor Day)
Compensation: $13.02/hr
Qualifications: Swimming Pool Operators Certification, Lifeguard Training, CPR, First Aid and AED Certification and a minimum of 4 years experience in swimming pool operations. Minimum Age: 20 years 
Duties: Oversee the operation of a park swimming pool with staff of approximately 25 employees. Will be responsible for performing both technical and supervisory duties; including, scheduling of staff, programming, etc.
Apply: Please call 410-396-3838 for additional information. Contact Mark Bonitatibus at MBonitatusbus@baltimorecity.gov


Camp Name: Frostburg State University Tutor/Counselor

Webpage: www.frostburg.edu/clife/mscenter/jobs/

Position: Tutor/Counselor

Dates: June 8-July 25, 2014 included six-week program and one training week.

Location: Frostburg, Maryland

Duties: These are residential positions and Tutor Counselors (TCs) are responsible for supervising program participants (high school students) in the residence halls and during all RMSC sponsored activities. Tutor Counselors are also an integral part of the student's academic experience as TCs attend academic classes with the students and assist them as they complete their scientific investigations. TCs also chaperon field trips; plan and lead recreational activities; and create, maintain and enforce a safe, positive and productive residential hall living environment.

Apply: Send a letter of interest; resume; copy of transcripts; & names, addresses, & telephone numbers of three professional references to Rita Hegeman at rhegeman@frostburg.edu


Camp Name: Frostburg State University Science, Math, English Teaches

Webpage: http://www.frostburg.edu/clife/mscenter/jobs/

Position: Science, Math, English Teaches

Dates: June 8-July 25, 2014 (includes a six week program and one training week)

Location: Frostburg, Maryland

Duties: Science Teachers-The RMSC is currently recruiting dynamic Science teachers that will engage our high school aged students in a variety of science projects.  Teachers will guide them through the process of the scientific method, writing a scientific paper, and presenting their own research findings.  The teachers will work closely with the RMSC staff throughout the spring to develop science projects and then implement the projects over a summer program at Frostburg State University.  It is a challenging and rewarding teaching opportunity.

English Teachers-The RMSC is currently recruiting enthusiastic English teachers to work with our high school aged students as they prepare presentations of their scientific investigations.  The teachers will assist students in the writing of their reports, development of their power presentations and preparation of their final oral presentations.

Mathematics Teachers-The RMSC is currently recruiting energetic Mathematics teachers for our summer program.  We are looking for Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry and Pre-Calculus teachers.

Apply: To apply send a letter of interest; resume; and names, addresses, and telephone number(s) of three professional references to Regional Math/Science Center at 101 Braddock Road, Frostburg State University, Frostburg, MD  21532 or email RMSC@frostburg.edu


Employer Name: Baltimore City Recreation and Parks (2/5/14)

Position: Swimming Pool Operator
Dates: May 26 2014 (Memorial Day) - September 1 2014 (Labor Day)
Compensation: $10.80/hr
Duties: Oversee the operation of a walk to pool.  Will be responsible for both technical and superviosry duties; including, scheduling of staff, programming, etc.  
Apply: Please call 410-396-3838 for additional infomation.  Contact Mark Bonitatibus at MBonitatusbus@baltimorecity.gov.


Employer Name:Baltimore City Department of Recreation and Parks-02/05/2014
Position:
Lifeguard I
Dates: May 26 2014 (Memorial Day) - September 1 2014 (Labor Day)
Compensation:
$8.85/hr
Duties: Monitors activities of patrons/swimmers at a municipal swimming pool to prevent accidents and provide needed assistance.  Maintain order and cleanliness in the pool area.  Perform related duties as required.  May be re-assigned as needed.  
Apply: Please call 410-396-3838 for additional information. Contact Mark Bonitatibus at MBonitatibus@baltimorecity.gov.


Employer Name: Baltimore City Department of Recreation and Parks (02/05/2014)
Position: Lifeguard II (Water Safety Instructor)
Compensation:
$10.02/hr
Duties: Conduct water safety courses at the municipal swimming pools.  Perform lifeguard duties and related duties as required.Water Safety Instructors certificate, Lifeguard Training, CPR, First Aid, and AED Certification and a minimum of two months experience as a lifeguard.  Work permit for those under 18 years of age.  Minimum Age Preferred: 16 years old. 
Apply: Please call 310-396-3838 for additional information. Contact Mark Bonitatibus at MBonitatibus@baltimorecity.gov


Employer Name: Baltimore City Department of Recreation and Parks (02/05/14)
Position:Community Aide
Compensation: $10.00/hr
Duties: Monitors activities of patrons at municipal swimming pools.  Provide assistance/support to Pool Operator/Manager for all pool operations.  Requirements: CPR, First Aid and AED Certification.  Minimum age preferred 21 years. 
Apply: Please call 310-39-3838 for additional information. Contact Mark Bonitatibus at MBonitatibus@baltimorecity.gov.


Camp Name: Timber Ridge Camp

Webpage: http://www.trcamps.com/index.html

Position: Summer Camp Counselors

Dates: June 16, 2014 - August 8, 2014

Location: High View, West Virginia

Duties: Those hired will act as bunk counselors and assist at activities. We currently have openings for general counselors as well as specific needs in the following areas: Wood shop, tennis, horseback riding, ceramics, athletics, WSI's, lifeguards, gymnastics, musicians, water skiing, drama, biking and arts & crafts. We also offer generous time off, travel allowances and competitive salaries.

Apply: Online at http://www.trcamps.com/staff/staff-application.html after reviewing your application, if you meet the needs for one of our open positions, we will get in touch to setup an Interview.


Camp Name: The Center for Children and Families 

Position:Summer Counselor Internship Positions 

Webpage: ccf.fiu.edu/

Dates: June 5, 2014 through August 9, 2014. Counselor hours of employment are from 7:00 AM until 7:00 PM, Monday through Friday, and on three Saturdays (June 7, June 14, and August 9)

Location:Miami, Florida 

Duties:Counselors will work in one of three related programs, for children in preschool or entering Kindergarten (STP-PK), children ages 6-12 in elementary school (STP-E), or adolescents in middle and high school (STP-A).  Counselors will work with children with Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Conduct Disorder Oppositional-Defiant Disorder, learning problems, or other behavior problems. The program provides treatment tailored to children's individual behavioral and learning difficulties.Please visit http://ccf.fiu.edu/employment/stp/ fro more information. 

Apply: Apply online at http://ccf.fiu.edu/employment/stp/


Camp Name: The Center for Children and Families

Position:Lead Summer Counselor 

Webpage:http://ccf.fiu.edu/employment/stp/

Dates:June 2, 2014-August 15, 2014. Hours of employment are 7:00 AM-7:00 PM, Monday through Friday, and on three Saturdays (June 7, June 14, and August 9). Also parent training group that meets one evening weekly until 8:30 PM.

Location:Miami, Florida 

Duties:Lead Counselors have primary responsibility for supervising the counselors in their groups with their assigned duties. This includes reviewing plans for activities such as sports skill drills for appropriateness, reviewing daily recording and tracking forms for accuracy, and observing group counselors during daily activities to ensure that all group members are implementing the treatment components with fidelity. Lead Counselors will also review daily treatment records to determine individual areas of impairment and to determine target behaviors and any need for individualized programming for children or adolescents who do not respond to the standard treatment components. Finally, Lead Counselors will be responsible for daily communication with parents as well as assisting in weekly parent-training sessions.

Apply:Apply online at http://ccf.fiu.edu/employment/stp/


Camp Name: Y of Central Maryland 
Webpage:
http://ymaryland.org/ 
Position: 50+ Positions 
Dates: Various Dates 
Location: 80 locations throughout Baltimore City and Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Carroll, Harford, and Howard Counties
Duties: Over 50+ positons posted on Goucher Recruit! Just visit goucher.experience.com/cso/home and search "Y of Central Maryland" under the "Employers" section. 
Apply:Visit ymca-centralmaryland for how to apply!