Overview

Work eight days on, six days off. The shift is spent in the Uinta Mountains and high desert of Utah, hiking and camping with students and helping to keep them safe. Teaching leadership skills, friction fire, navigation, emotional skills, spoon carving, resilience and more.

Tagged as: Backcountry Skills, Camp Staff, Full Time, Teaching/Education

Qualifications:

Enjoy helping people as much as you enjoy being outside. Ability to give and receive feedback. Dance in the rain

Required Skills:

Able to hike with winter pack
at least 21 years of age

Preferred Skills:

first aid/ cpr/ wfr
backpacking
LNT

About Second Nature Wilderness Family Therapy

Hone your skills living in the wilderness working one week on and having one week off. Learn to make friction fires, navigate give feedback and lead a space of mindfulness. Improve teamwork, interpersonal skills, and problem solving working with adolescent students. Second Nature field staff work with a licensed therapist teaching healthy emotional and behavioral habits to students during a nomadic, therapeutic journey in the wilderness.

Located in Northeastern Utah, approximately two hours from Salt Lake City in the rugged high desert terrain of the Uinta basin and the alpine forests of the remote Uinta Mountain range, home to Utah's highest peaks.

Application Instructions

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