Camp Leader Jobs in the USA

Company : Camp Leaders
Location : USA
Duration: 2 months to 3 months
Approx Costs: 250 to 750 £ Pound (UK)

Thinking about working at a summer camp in America in 2019? Register your interest today!

Camp Leaders provides the opportunity for people from around the world to work with children at summer camp in the United States, and to travel afterwards.

Summer camp is a unique tradition that provides a safe and fun environment in which children can develop both physical and social skills.

Working at a camp will, without doubt, be the most rewarding, challenging and unforgettable job you'll ever have. You will work hard but will do so in amazing surroundings, having great fun and making enough new friends to last a lifetime!

You can register your interest online today, ready for summer 2019!


Start Dates

Must be available to start between May 1st and June 20th and then for a minimum of 9 weeks.

Costs / Benefits

The fees are currently from £349 and includes the placement, meals & accommodation, medical insurance, our support and much more

At camp, you will receive pocket money of around $600-$1200 depending on age, skills and qualifications.
At camp, you will receive pocket money of around $600-$1200 depending on age, skills and qualifications.


* You must be at least 18 years old on the 1st June in the year you wish to go to camp
* Available to travel from early/mid June through to mid/late August
* Speak fluent English
* Have a passport that is valid until the end of the year in which you wish to travel
* Be fit and healthy
* Have no criminal convictions

Booking / Enquiry

Camp Leaders Camp Leader Jobs in the USA Reviews

Best Decision Ever!

I have just finished my first year working as a counsellor for 5th/6th grade Explorer boys, and I hope to God it is not my last year. When I got on that plane in Dublin 10 weeks ago I had no personal contact with any member of the camp staff (despite to counsellors also living in Ireland). I had no idea what to expect of the people, the camp, the work, or even the young campers I'd be working with... but I feel so foolish at the panic I felt when I arrived on Day 1. Everything was perfect, everyone was welcoming and friendly, and the work experience... UNBELIEVABLE!
As a 5-day-week camp, I count myself very lucky to have my evenings and weekends free to enjoy time with fellow counsellors and my host family; not many camps offer this luxury. It helped us become closer almost as a Willoway family and I cherish every memory for it.
Don't even get me started on the campers... each and every child, boy, girl, younger, older, you name it. I thank God every day that I had the chance to work with them. From the impressions of meeting them on the first day of the first session, to the emotional rollercoaster of the final day of the last session (this summer), I count myself among the luckiest people of my age group to be gifted this opportunity to work with these people, and the impact that I made on their lives was very much clear through the hugs, and the tears of our goodbyes. Nothing can take those cherished memories from me and I hope to God that it isn't the final goodbye.

By: Mark
Nationality: Irish
Age: 20

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