This program takes groups of campers, ranging from 8 to 13 years of age, on one to four-day trips, both on and off camp property. Activities include canoeing, hiking, and camping.
As a trip leader, you will work with a co-leader and with Glen Brook’s Program Director and Trip Coordinator in creating and organizing expeditions that are appropriate for each age group and ability. You will be responsible for all logistical aspects of the trips from meal planning and preparing, driving, guiding, and facilitating the experiences for the campers. This includes teaching camping and outdoor living skills. You will also be supported by the group’s cabin counselors. Technical and logistical experience is essential, as is passion and experience working with a wide age range of children.
Priority is given to applicants familiar with the mountains and waters of NH and adjacent states.
Salary range: $2,500-3,000 based on experience
-Plan all trips including making contacts and necessary reservations
-Be an excellent role model for campers
-Maintain all equipment
-Drive campers to and from locations in a 14 passenger bus.
-Ensure safety of all participants
-Maintain close contact with the Camp Director
-Keep records of all expenses
-Chaperoning the bus to and from camp at the start and end of each session
-Maintain the Camp mission
-Become familiar with and abide by wilderness trip protocols as stated in the manual
-Fill out all necessary paperwork
-Experience in planning, leading and supervising overnight camping trips
-CPR and Lifeguard certifications (lifeguard training is available at Glen Brook)
-WFA or WFR preferred
-Outdoor leadership experience
-Ability to supervise counselors assisting with the trip
-Minimum 21 years of age