We are interested in applicants who are eager to work together with young people from diverse backgrounds to create fun, challenging and magical summer experiences. Being a staff member requires a tremendous amount of dedication, hard-work, and a commitment to personal growth, group living, and cross-cultural understanding. Each staff member lives with a group of campers (and is responsible for their health and well-being) and offers activities in at least one of the following primary skill areas:
Music; Performing Arts; Creative Arts; Waterfront; Sports; Farm & Garden (“Green Team”); and Wilderness Trips. (Also, we hire kitchen, nursing, maintenance and office staff with the appropriate qualifications and training.)
Salary: Ranges between $1,700 and $3,400 for the summer.
Room and Board: Room and three delicious meals per day are provided at the residential summer camp.
Transportation: Windsor Mountain reimburses a portion of travel expenses for staff traveling to camp.
Visa: Windsor Mountain will help international staff obtain a J-1 visa to work at camp.
All staff hired to work at Windsor Mountain must have a physical exam and TB test within one year of employment. Our health form must be completed and signed by each staff member and his/her physician and must include an up-to-date immunization record.
If this challenging opportunity appeals to you and you have completed at least one year of college (or are at least 19 years-old), please complete the staff application form online by clicking the link below. We accept applications throughout the winter and spring months. The hiring process continues until all positions are filled, so please try to get us your application materials as soon as possible.
IMPORTANT NOTE: We are using a new system for staff applications which is now entirely based online. Hopefully this will simplify the process for all. If you notice any glitches, please let us know. We are looking forward to receiving your applications soon!
“Windsor Mountain’s uniqueness is in its staff’s ability to bridge cultural divides with friendship, respect and understanding. I learned more than how to ride a mountain bike, play in a band, and paddle a kayak; I learned an entirely new way to approach intellectual, social and environmental issues that has stayed with me throughout my entire education and life.”
– Adam, camp staff