Seeking energetic people who enjoy playing with children in an outdoor environment, and who want to be positive Christian role models in their life. Typical hours – Mon through Friday – 2:45 – 6pm. Prefer 18+, but will accept applications from anyone over 16. Pay increase applicants with a CDL.
This is a 12 month internship. Start in August or Sept 2023. $340 per week + housing, utilities, meals (when served to camp guests) This internship is focused on camping career development. Key focus areas of learning include hospitality/retreat management, children/youth ministry and development, administrative management, event planning, program and partnership development, and ACA policy review. In this role, you will participate in and learn about all that happens in the non-summer seasons of camping ministry life. This will include working with the After School program daily. You will also learn about designing programs and teaching staff effective leadership skills in relation to mission and goals. You will play a leadership role for the summer camp season as well. Interns will live in a Christian camp community which prays, worships, plays, and works with one another. Additional mentoring from seasoned camp professionals will help prepare you for your career in camping or other ministry fields.
Seeking reliable, experienced person to help the kitchen team in creating quality, nutritious, made-from-scratch meals for campers and retreat guests. Qualified applicants will have a desire work with fresh whole foods, experience cooking for large quantities of people, and a positive attitude. Applicants must be hard-working, dependable, team players to work in this dynamic bustling kitchen. Flexible schedule with most meals served Mon-Fri during summer camp and on primarily on weekends the rest of the year.
To apply: email resume and interest to firstname.lastname@example.org
EQUESTRIAN PROGRAM SPECIALIST INTERN
Are you an adult (at least 21) who wants to gain skills and experience in a busy equestrian program? This is a full-time, 12-month, live-in internship with shared housing, utilities, and many meals provided.
Chestnut Ridge is seeking an Equestrian Program Specialist Intern with at least 4 years of riding experience who puts safety first and enjoys working with horses and children. You'll get to plan and lead summer horse camps, guide group trail rides, teach horseback riding lessons, attend off-site riding trips, staff horse birthday parties, and gain skills in feeding and managing a herd of 20+ horses and ponies.
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Camp Chestnut Ridge is looking for part-time seasonal employees to lead programs for retreat groups. Activities range from facilitating team building activities to lifeguarding, to working on our ropes course. Programs usually happen on Saturdays and Sundays, though weekday work is occasionally available too. Most programming occurs in the Fall and Spring. No experience necessary, but you must have a love for the outdoors and for working with groups.
Do you like working outside? Do you have a love for science and nature and sharing it with children? Camp Chestnut Ridge is looking for part-time seasonal employees to teach Outdoor Education programs to school-aged children. Our programs are designed to meet science standards for the state of North Carolina. Facilitating team building activities with students is also available. Programs usually start in the morning and are completed by early afternoon (weekdays only). Most programming occurs in the Fall and Spring. No experience necessary, but you must have a love for nature, teaching and have plenty of enthusiasm. Chestnut Ridge Camp & Retreat Center is located in the beautiful hills and forest of Efland, NC (just west of Chapel Hill).
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Seasonal Assistant Farm Manager
Are you pursuing a career in farming or ag education? This position might be a great stepping stone and addition to your resume! Balance learning with leadership working at our community farm for a season. Tasks include: animal care; gardening and community garden supervision; running farm programming for intersession, preschool, afterschool and farm school; and other tasks as needed. Applicant must be comfortable learning to drive a tractor and doing hayrides.
Desired qualities: self-motivated, positive attitude, leadership skills and eagerness to learn!
Some experience and/or education in gardening, farming, and working with children preferred.
Hours range from 20-33hrs/week; average will be 25hrs a week. Start date: February 20 / End date: October 28.
Send a resume and cover letter to: firstname.lastname@example.org.