Assistant Camp Director

What did our assistant camp director do in a typical day?  She helped coach a frustrated camper into a successful maker, invented a new version of freeze tag, made a parent’s day by letting them know their child decided to take a lead in the play even though they get stage fright, and helped an instructor get a little better at giving directions — all while wearing a pirate hat!

If you want to grow as a dynamic educational leader, read on.  

We’ll even let you pick your hat.

Time Commitment


  • Approximately 5 hours of work per week in the Spring including special training and tasks to help prepare for camp


  • 3-5 hours of self-study prior to on-site training days
  • 5 days of on-site training and set-up: Mon June 5th – Fri June 9th
  • Team dinner event after training on Tues June 6th


  • Six weeks from June 12th-July 28th. (No camp on July 4th.)
  • Hours: 7.30am to 6.00pm daily


  • One day of post-camp reflection and celebration: Monday, July 31st
  • Approximately 10 hours of post-camp work in August

Everyday you will...

  • Partner closely with the Camp Director to plan, lead, and execute an epic summer experience.
  • Build relationships with campers, parents, and instructors.  
  • Be flexible and able to fill the shoes of the Camp Director or an instructor depending on need.
  • Do whatever else it takes to make camp a magical place for campers and co-workers.

Minimum requirements

  • Have 1-3 years of experience in education or a related field.

  • Are flexible and excited to step into any role at camp as needed.

  • Are available for the duration of the time commitment.

Join Us!

We will hire on a rolling basis so apply now by… 

  1. Submitting this form
  2. Sending a copy of your resume to

We will reply within a week of receiving your completed application with next steps. If you have any questions about the position or application process reach out to

Apply to the Assistant Camp Director position today!