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Schooner Camp Jobs

Schooner Camp Jobs

After Care Educator

The New Haven Land Trust seeks an After Care Camp Educator to supervise youth in the after care program of Schooner Camp youth (ages 6-14) that incorporates land and sea based programming on New Haven’s unique coastline. The camp’s goal is to provide a dynamic and fun educational experience for children each week. The person selected for this position will be responsible for supervising youth, leading activities, playing games, following all camp safety and dismissal protocols. Camp is based out of the Sound School, in New Haven, and uses the adjacent Bayview Park and Long Wharf Nature Preserve for programming.

full position description and application process here

Assistant Camp Director

The New Haven Land Trust seeks an Assistant Camp Director with Schooner
Camp, a summer day camp for ages 6-14. Camp offers land and sea based programming on New Haven’s unique coastline, based out of the Sound School and the Long Wharf Nature Preserve. The goal is to provide a dynamic and fun educational experience for 80 children each week. Activities pique an interest in coastal ecosystems, marine biology, inspire children to be stewards of their environment, provide a fun and safe summer experience and offer sailing instruction for older campers. Camp operates from late June to mid-August, from 9-3pm Monday-Friday. Ensure the safe operation, instruction, and communication of camp activities in accordance with the camp mission, policies and procedures.

full position description and application process here

Environmental Educator (Camp Counselor)

The New Haven Land Trust seeks Environmental Educators for positions with Schooner Camp, a summer day camp for ages 6-14. Camp offers land and sea based programming on New Haven’s unique coastline, based out of the Sound School and the Long Wharf Nature Preserve. The goal is to provide a dynamic and fun educational experience for 80 children each week. Activities pique an interest in coastal ecosystems, marine biology, inspire children to be stewards of their environment, provide a fun and safe summer experience and offer sailing instruction for older campers. Camp operates from late June to mid-August, from 9-3pm Monday-Friday. Educators develop and lead activities for groups of 8-10 campers and ensure the safe operation, instruction, and communication of camp activities in accordance with the camp mission, policies and procedures.

full position description and application process here

Head Sailing Instructor/Waterfront Director for Summer
Camp

The New Haven Land Trust seeks a Head Sailing Instructor/Waterfront Director to oversee and instruct the camp sailing program. The adventure sailing program is for youth ages 9-14 years old and is taught on 420s, Picos and Fun Boats. The program is a beginner and intermediate level introduction to sailing on the New Haven Harbor. Camp runs from late June to mid-August from 9am-3pm Monday through Friday every week. The camp is based out of Sound School in New Haven.

full position description and application process here

Leaders In Training & Environmental Educator

The New Haven Land Trust seeks an Educator to run our Leaders In Training (LIT) program for youth ages 13-14 at Schooner Summer Camp. Camp incorporates land and sea based programming on New Haven’s unique coastline. The program goal is to provide structured leadership development, adventure, and stewardship for our oldest campers. Major components of the program should focus on positive youth development, leadership, problem solving, and activities that pique an interest in the Long Island Sound and foster a sense of stewardship. This person will also lead a group of 8-10 campers ages 10-12 years old in focused environmental education activities.

full position description and application process here

Sailing Instructor

The New Haven Land Trust seeks Sailing Instructors for Schooner Camp teaching sailing to campers ages 9-14. Camp incorporates land and sea based programming on New Haven’s unique coastline. The camp’s goal is to provide a dynamic and fun educational experience for 80 children each week. Camp operates one week sessions from late June – mid-August from 9am-3pm, M-F out of Sound School, Long Wharf Nature Preserve and on the New Haven Harbor.

full position description and application process here

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