Keystone Science Schools is looking for staff to support Rock Climbing with our Adventure Program, Discovery, and Pathfinder Camps this summer. The unique locations for our Adventures cater well to place-based environmental education as students explore beautiful landscapes and ecosystems. We believe that students can utilize lessons learned on a climbing program in their future including: relationships with friends, communication skills, challenges, problem solving, with projects at school, and future work opportunities.
Rock Climbing Instructors are setting up, cleaning, and facilitating educational rock climbs experiences for young people during field-based climbing programs. Rock Climbing Instructors are familiar with the daily schedule, risk management practices, emergency action plans, and the overall energy of KSSs Climbing programs. They are responsible for guiding students in their personal growth and daily living skills. Rock Climbing Instructors will be only working during the day with students, and will be compensated at a daily rate. Interested applicants should also upload a climbing log.
Wage is $175 per day.
About Keystone Science School
At Keystone Science School, we believe that the power of inspiring curiosity and critical thinking, through the lens of science, changes lives and strengthens communities. We create future leaders who can problem solve and work together in an ever-evolving world and workplace environment.
Located on Ute land in the Colorado Rocky Mountains, Keystone Science School is a historic campus that serves as base camp for our diverse suite of inquiry-based learning programs. We combine hands-on science education with outdoor adventure to create engaging experiences for our students. At KSS, we change lives, we bring fun and laughter to everything we do, we care about each other and those we serve, we strive for excellence, we offer competitive compensation and generous benefits, and we are committed to serving students from diverse backgrounds. Check out KeystoneScienceSchool.org to learn more!