Job Opportunities

 
If you are interested in any of the jobs below, please call or email for an application or send us (by post or email) your resume or a letter stating your qualifications.
 

Camp Counselors

 
Job duties:
Camp Counselors are responsible for a group of children day and night, along with other staff members. We strive for a camper/staff ratio of 5:1 and we limit our campers to 30 per week. Counselors actively participate in camper programs and either help to teach the campers or lead the activity. Also, 4 or 5 days & nights per week counselors will be in charge of evening activities, supervising in the cabin overnight and in bedtime and wakeup routines, supervising during dinner and breakfast, preparing campers for their morning activity, and helping in setup and cleanup of activities and meals. During your workdays, you will have either mornings or afternoons off.
 
 
Qualifications:
At least 18 years of age, and at least one of the following:
  • Ceritfied Lifeguard
  • CHA Certified Riding Instructor or equivalent
  • Knowledgeable in various camp-type crafts
  • Ability to lead songs and other activities.
If you do not have one of these qualifications, but have a qualification you feel will be needed at camp, let us know.
 
 
Benefits:
Room and board, plus riding, swimming, and joining in camp activities during off hours
 
 
Staff dates:
See camp schedules
 
 
Salary:
Volunteers are always welcome! Pay is negotiable depending on your experience.
 
 

Assistant Instructors

 
Job duties:
Assistant Instructors assist in teaching horsemanship and riding lessons to groups of 3 - 5 students. You will supervise various activities to help the students cover the material. You will be responsible for helping your students learn the material in order to pass the test, and you should be able to determine what they should be tested on.
 
 
Hours:
Monday - Saturday, 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Plus one afternoon from 1:30 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. as assigned
 
 
Qualifications:
  • Knowledge of CHA manuals or equivalent (Pony Club or 4-H cover similar material) and at least 14 years of age.
  • Must have had several years of riding instruction. Candidates that have not graduated the CHA program or are not a certified CHA instructor will be expected to take a written horsemanship test and show riding ability.
 
Benefits:
Room, board, and lessons, plus riding, swimming and joining camp activities during off hours
 
 
Staff dates:
See camp schedules
 
 
Salary:
Pay is negotiable depending on experience.
 
 
 
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