Spend your summer in a dynamic environment with incredible staff and inspirational young people! Campers are high potential youth in 9th grade from the Boston area. If you’re interested in pursuing a career in education, outdoor education, social work, or psychology, this is the opportunity for you!
The C5 Leaders Program is a five-year summer and school year program where youth develop and practice their leadership skills through various experiential activities and workshops designed to support participants in learning how to lead both themselves and others in their communities.
We are looking for motivated, enthusiastic counselors who will be positive role models that encourage our campers to set and achieve goals, gain new skills and make positive choices during a week-long trek with NOLS and Crossroads. Counselors prep campers ahead of their trek, support them during the hike and build authentic relationships. Counselors work as part of a team to deliver a curriculum that revolves around leadership, community involvement, and college and career preparation.
– Camp Location: Ashby, MA; Trek Location: Upstate New York
– Staff live at camp in cabins with campers. Housing and meals are provided at no cost.
– Staff are paid a stipend of $400 per week.
– Positions start on June 30th and complete on August 17th. We are hiring for one or more sessions:
*Session 2: July 17th – 31st
*Session 3: August 3rd – 17th
– Dates include the pre-trip prep and post-trek debrief.
– Staff must be at least 19 years old and have graduated from High School.
– Experience at camp or working with youth is required.
For more information visit www.crossroadsma.org/apply!
Crossroads empowers youth to unlock their potential and positively impact the world.
At Crossroads, we believe that long-term empowerment programs plus consistent positive relationships are the keys to transforming youth who risk being defined by their past into young adults capable of defining their futures.
In an effort to close the opportunity and achievement gap facing under-resourced young people, we provide our students with summer and school year programs that support them to become economically independent citizens, socially responsible leaders and emotionally connected adults.
To achieve these outcomes our programs foster a connection to community, healthy social and emotional development, college and career readiness and a commitment to community action.