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Best 2016 Leadership Summer Camps in New Hampshire

Many of our New Hampshire Leadership Camps are still adding to their info on their 2016 Summer Camps, Programs, Activities & Classes.

You can contact each camp you are interested in to get the latest info on all their 2016 Summer Leadership Programs for Teens and Kids.

Early-Bird & Multiple Camper Discounts at New Hampshire Leadership Camps for Summer 2016

Some of the Best 2016 Leadership Camps in New Hampshire offer "Early Bird" and/or Multiple Camper Discounts if you enroll in camp before a certain date, or if you are enrolling more than one camper -- check each camp's listing & website for more info, and for info on any available Leadership Camp Scholarships and Financial Aid.

Summer Leadership Camps, Programs, Workshops, & Classes in New Hampshire are Starting in August, 2016

Many of our New Hampshire Leadership Camps offer Summer Leadership Programs, Activities, Workshops & Classes starting in August, 2016.

Be sure to check the "Year-Round Programs and Other Camp Info" headings of each camp listing for specifics, or give any Leadership Camp you're interested in a call to check on Summer dates, times and availability.

Summer 2016 Leadership Camp Open Houses & Reunions

Many of our Leadership Camps will be hosting Summer Reunions for their previous campers, and Summer Open Houses for interested new campers and families. Each camp is different, and some offer activities for the entire family.

Contact the camp(s) directly to see if there are any Camp Reunion or Open House Plans for August, 2016.

Best New Hampshire Summer Leadership Day Camps Starting in August, 2016

Looking for a Great New Hampshire Leadership Day Camp? Look at each camp's TYPE OF CAMP description. Many of our Best New Hampshire Day Leadership Camps also list their exact hours, and if they offer before and after camp activities.

Best New Hampshire Year-Round
Leadership Camps, Classes & Leadership Programs

Many of our Best New Hampshire Summer Leadership Camps also offer Year Round Leadership Camp Programs, Classes, and Activities. You should contact the camps you are interested in to see if they offer Fall, Winter and/or Spring Leadership Programs, too.

Best New Hampshire Summer Leadership Camp Jobs

Searching for New Hampshire Leadership Camp Jobs? Many of our Best Leadership Camps are now listing their 2016 Summer Camp Jobs, too. Look for the heading "Summer Camp Jobs" in each camp listing. You can also check any camp's website for their "Work at Camp" or "Summer Employment Opportunities" pages.

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Camp Pemigewassett
Wentworth, New Hampshire

Visit Our Camp Pemigewassett Website
603-764-5833
camppemi[AT]campppemi.com
50 Camp Pemigewassett Rd.
Route 25 A
Wentworth, New Hampshire 03282

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WINTER (OFF-SEASON) OFFICE ADDRESS:
35 Felt Road
Keene, NH 03431

CAMP VIDEO LINK:
Watch Our Camp Pemigewassett Video

CAMPER AGES: 8-15

TYPE OF CAMP: Overnight/Sleepaway. June 25 - August 13

CAMPER GENDER(S): All Boy Campers.

BRIEF CAMP DESCRIPTION: Since 1908, Camp Pemigewassett’s abiding mission has been to inspire and support boys aged 8 to 15 as they find their own distinctive paths in becoming self-reliant, caring, and successful young men with a passion for all that they do.

CAMP INSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITIES OFFERED:
Theater, Musical Theater, Music/Band, Fine Arts/Crafts, Basketball, Baseball, Soccer, Golf, Swimming, Tennis, Waterfront/Aquatics, Sailing, Team Sports, Travel, Wilderness/Nature, and more.

CAMP LOCATION: Camp Pemigewassett is located on the edge of the White Mountain National Forest and in the heart of New Hampshire’s Lakes Region, in Wentworth, New Hampshire, 30 miles north of Hanover (home of Dartmouth College).

CAMP FACILITIES: Camp Pemigewassett sits besides Lower Baker Pond, a mile long and ¾ mile wide body of water, surrounded by Pemi-owned land, which means no public boat traffic. We have many athletic fields, courts, and ranges, hiking and running trails, two sandy beaches with swimming areas, three streams for exploring and nature study and two campfire circles. We have over 40 buildings, including the Nature Lodge, Woodshop, Library, Mess Hall, Junior Lodge and the Senior Lodge. One of the best ways to see the layout of Camp Pemigewassett is to play with our interactive map!

CAMP PROGRAM INFO: We offer instruction and opportunities from beginner through advanced levels in four program areas, sports, nature, music/art/drama, and wilderness trips. Camp Pemigewassett is an all-around camp and is committed equally to excellence in our four program areas. Since 1908, Camp Pemigewassett’s abiding mission has been to inspire and support boys aged 8 to 15 as they find their own distinctive paths in becoming self-reliant, caring, and successful young men with a passion for all that they do.

We believe that Camp Pemigewassett is the oldest summer camp in the country under the same continuous family ownership and management. Founded in 1908 by Edgar and Edwin Fauver and Dudley Reed, Pemi has thrived for well over a century through the vision and commitment of four generations of Fauvers and Reeds.

Pemi recruits staff members who are dedicated to the development of the whole camper, and we train them carefully with an eye to the most informed thinking on the social, physical, and emotional well-being of boys. Our staff’s enhanced leadership, mentorship, and communication skills serve our campers and parents well and become vital traits for staff to carry into future roles and relationships.

Campers of differing backgrounds from all over the world live simply in small and inclusive cabin groups. These close-knit camper families meld with the larger Pemi community in ways that foster key civic values, such as respect for others, integrity, responsibility, sustainability, and generosity of spirit. Our varied program teaches and nurtures practical skills while it encourages the self-challenge, creativity, and resilience that develop a boy’s self-confidence. From the beginning, Pemi’s culture has been one of good humor and joy.

Camp Pemigewassett is an accredited member of the American Camping Association.

CAMP LEADERSHIP CIT/LIT PROGRAMS: Pemi West is a 3.5-week wilderness skills and leadership program held in the Olympic National Park in Washington that provides a challenging and rewarding experience for 16 – 18 year old campers, both men and women.

Participants who wish to extend their leadership training are invited to apply for an optional 2-week Counselor Apprentice Program held at Camp Pemigewassett, Wentworth, NH.

CAMP SCHOLARSHIPS OR FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE: Camp Pemigewassett’s hope is that all boys who wish to attend camp will be able to. Pemi offers a “brother discount” as well as financial assistance to deserving families.

FAMILY CAMP SESSION(S): Boys aged 8-15 enroll for one of three sessions at Camp Pemigewassett: full session, first session, or second session. First and Second Sessions provide a solid camp experience within each three-plus week timeframe. Many events and opportunities are unique to each “half,” such that Full Session encompasses all that is offered.

CAMP SESSION DATES & FEES:
Please visit our website for complete information on session dates and tuition.

SUMMER CAMP JOBS:
If you are interested in applying for a job at Camp Pemigewassett, please visit the staff section of our website at: This Website Link.

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Camp Pemigewassett

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New Hampshire Leadership Camps

Be sure to ask each New Hampshire Leadership Camp about the amount of leadership instruction and the overall intensity of their leadership program.

Some Top New Hampshire Leadership Camps offer rigorous daily leadership training and lots of intensive leadership experience. Other great New Hampshire Camps offer leadership as an elective or recreational activity with much less training and intensity.


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American Youth Foundation - Camp Merrowvista
New Hampshire Location(s)

Visit Our American Youth Foundation - Camp Merrowvista Website
603-539-6607
merrowvistacamps[AT]ayf.com
147 Canaan Rd
Center Tuftonboro, New Hampshire 03816

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OTHER CAMP LOCATIONS:
Camp Miniwanca, Michigan

CAMP VIDEO LINK:
Watch Our American Youth Foundation - Camp Merrowvista Video

CAMPER AGES: 8-17

TYPE OF CAMP: Overnight/Sleepaway. Day Camp.

CAMPER GENDER(S): Coed Campers.

BRIEF CAMP DESCRIPTION: As a leader in youth development, Merrowvista inspires campers to be their best selves. We work together to create an inclusive community where individuals are respected, and where our values guide our actions. Merrowvista Campers find a progression of age appropriate challenges, adventures and opportunities waiting for them.

CAMP INSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITIES OFFERED:
Dance, Theater, Musical Theater, Music/Band, Fine Arts/Crafts, Basketball, Football, Baseball, Soccer, Gymnastics, Swimming, Waterfront/Aquatics, Sailing, Volleyball, Team Sports, Adventure, Wilderness/Nature, and more. Arts & Crafts (ceramics, Jewelry Making, Painting, Drawing, Woodworking, & Many Other Crafts); Sports (field Hockey, Frisbee, Frisbee Golf, Archery, Kickball); Outdoor Adventure (rock Climbing, Forest Exploration, Outdoor Survival)

CAMP LOCATION: Merrowvista is located in Tuftonboro, New Hampshire, two hours north of Boston, Massachusetts. Situated on 600 acres in the pristine Ossipee Mountains, Merrowvista draws you into a life that is rustic, uncomplicated and filled with excitement. Trails lead through forests to peaks just waiting to be explored. Dan Hole Pond, a crystal clear lake, is the hub of waterfront activities. Visit our website at This Website Link to take a virtual tour.

CAMP FACILITIES: The Merrowvista facility includes beloved older structures as well as many newly constructed facilities, such as bathrooms, camper cabins, eating lodge, and our indoor adventure center. Younger campers live in cabins with electricity in the center of camp, while older campers live in more rustic cabins in the woods.

CAMP PROGRAM INFO: Campers 8-13 build their day around activities ranging from sports, windsurfing, sailing, woodworking, performing arts, nature, arts and much more! Campers 14-17 challenge themselves on 4-21 day wilderness adventure trips - bicycle touring, canoeing, and backpacking throughout New England and Canada.

CAMP LEADERSHIP CIT/LIT PROGRAMS: Applicants for our Leader in Training program must be 18 years old or just graduating from high school.

CAMP SCHOLARSHIPS OR FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE: Need based scholarships available

YEAR-ROUND PROGRAMS: Groups visit Merrowvista year-round as part of our Community and School Programs to learn leadership and teamwork skills, and experience the outdoors.

CAMP SESSION DATES & FEES:
Please visit our website at This Website Link or e-mail merrowvistacamps[AT]ayf.com to request dates, tuition rates, and program availability.

SUMMER CAMP JOBS:
E-mail merrowvistacamps[AT]ayf.com for more information about summer positions.

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American Youth FoundationCamp Merrowvista

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Leadership Camps in NH
Offer Day & Overnight Options

Some New Hampshire Leadership Camps offer BOTH Day and Overnight Camp options. Be sure to check each camp's description under "TYPE OF CAMP" for complete information, and exact hours.

Some New Hampshire Leadership Day Camps also offer Extended Camp Hours for Early Camper Drop-Off and Pick Up. If you need these services, you should contact the camp to confirm availability.


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Camp Wa-Klo for girls
Jaffrey, NH

Visit Our Camp Wa-Klo for girls Website
516-747-1326 (winter only)
603-563-8531 (summer only)
schenet[AT]campwaklo.com
info[AT]campwaklo.com
587 Thorndike Pond Rd.
Jaffrey, NH 03452

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WINTER (OFF-SEASON) OFFICE ADDRESS:
36 Franklin Ct.
Garden City, NY  11530

CAMP VIDEO LINK:
Watch Our Camp Wa-Klo for girls Video

CAMPER AGES: 6 - 18

TYPE OF CAMP: Overnight/Sleepaway. Traditional, all-around, uniform camp.

CAMPER GENDER(S): All Girl Campers.

BRIEF CAMP DESCRIPTION: Wa-Klo, a traditional, residential camp for girls located in beautiful New Hampshire, has equal strengths in land and water activities, performing and visual arts, riding, and fun! Check out our stunning website for more information and the camp video.

CAMP INSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITIES OFFERED:
Dance, Theater, Musical Theater, Music/Band, Fine Arts/Crafts, Basketball, Soccer, Gymnastics, Horses/Equestrian, Swimming, Tennis, Waterfront/Aquatics, Sailing, Volleyball, Team Sports, Academics, and more. Traditional, All-around, Uniform Camp.

CAMP LOCATION: We are located in the beautiful, southwest corner of New Hampshire at the foot of Mount Monadnock. Wa-Klo is about 15 minutes from the Massachusetts state line and 40 minutes from the Vermont border. Please visit our website for directions and tons of other information.

CAMP FACILITIES: Many people note that Wa-Klo has 5 star facilities, but more important than its beautiful camp are the very special and sweet girls that walk through its main gate. Cabins are rustic and comfortable. Camp Wa-Klo has a huge gym, gorgeous dining room, great activity areas... go to our website to check out everything.

CAMP PROGRAM INFO: Camp Wa-Klo is a traditional 3, 4, or 7 week sleep-away summer camp for girls in grades 1-12 with a special 2 week options for grades 1-5. Wa-Klo is located in beautiful New England in the southwest corner of New Hampshire. With an outstanding staff, beautiful facilities, strong programming, and quality instruction, we provide girls with a positive and safe summer camp experience.

Wa-Klo is a unique camp community that allows girls to meet new challenges and gain a sense of accomplishment. Each girl creates her unique activity schedule allowing individual interests to flourish and grow naturally.

Girls choose from the arts, dance, music, drama (plays & musicals), individual and team sports, an array of waterfront activities, horseback riding (English equestrian), animal care, gardening, camp craft, and much more.

For girls in grades 10-12, we offer leadership opportunities. The Leadership Training Group (LTG�s) learn to be quality counselors, complete community service projects, go on a college tour, and lead all-camp events. Wa-Klo�s mission is to develop a girl�s connection with community, the environment, and within herself.

With awesome special events, trips, camping overnights, and evening activities for everyone, the excitement never ends. Wa-Klo is a magical summer camp where a diverse group of girls come together to make lasting friendships, new discoveries, and, most importantly, have fun! Camp Wa-Klo is truly one camp with countless opportunities.

CAMP LEADERSHIP CIT/LIT PROGRAMS: For girls in grades 10-12, we offer leadership opportunities. The Leadership Training Group (LTG�s) learn to be quality counselors, complete community service projects, go on a college tour, and lead all-camp events. Contact Camp Wa-Klo for an application to the program.

CAMP SESSION DATES & FEES:
For all of our dates and rates, please visit: This Website Link.

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Camp WaKlo for girls

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Teen Leadership Camps in New Hampshire

New Hampshire Leadership Camps for Teens sometimes include more 'intense' or immersive leadership activities, and can be much more rigorous. Teen Leadership Camps in NH tend to have more focus on leadership skills development, sometimes involving intense activities or experiences, with limited down-time, and include age-appropriate special camp events designed for teens.

Be sure to speak with each camp you are interested in, so you know exactly what to expect.


University of New Hampshire Summer Youth Programs
Online Camp

Visit Our University of New Hampshire Summer Youth Programs Website
603-862-3266
cathy.leach[AT]unh.edu
University of New Hampshire
Durham, New Hampshire 03824

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OTHER CAMP LOCATIONS:
Summer programs also available in Manchester, NH; Milan, NH; and at the Shoals Marine Lab on Appledore Island off the coast of Portsmouth, NH.

CAMPER AGES: 6 - 18

TYPE OF CAMP: Overnight/Sleepaway. Day Camp. Online.

CAMPER GENDER(S): Coed Campers. All Boy Campers. All Girl Campers.

CAMP INSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITIES OFFERED:
Dance, Theater, Musical Theater, Music/Band, Fine Arts/Crafts, Video/Filmmaking/Photography, Basketball, Football, Soccer, Gymnastics, Swimming, Waterfront/Aquatics, Sailing, Volleyball, Team Sports, Computers, Math, Science, Technology, Academics, Adventure, Travel, Wilderness/Nature, and more. 4-H Camps, Field Hockey, Girls Lacrosse, Girls Ice Hockey, Track & Field, Upward Bound, Chinese Language & Culture, Writer's Academy, Additional Art Topics, Culinary, Hospitality Management, Future Leaders Institute, & Online Summer Non-credit Courses.

CAMP LOCATION: Most camps are held on the campus of the University of New Hampshire, in the Seacoast region of the State. Camp Barry Conservation Camp is held in the northern part of the state in the beautiful White Mountain range, and our marine science program is held at the Shoals Marine Lab on the Isles of Shoals off the coast of Portsmouth, NH. Additional academic programs are held at the University's Manchester campus, a more urban environment.

CAMP FACILITIES: Our camps are held on the campuses of a major public university, so utilize state of the art facilities -- athletic buildings and fields, computer and science labs and equipment, theatre and dance facilities, classrooms, and at the Durham location, new and updated college residence halls, as well as an award-winning dining facility.

CAMP PROGRAM INFO: UNH hosts over 30 summer programs for youth ranging in topics related to athletics, academic enrichment, the arts, and traditional day and overnight camps. Please visit out website to view all program offerings at: This Website Link.

CAMP LEADERSHIP CIT/LIT PROGRAMS: Future Leaders Institute.

CAMP SCHOLARSHIPS OR FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE: Some camp programs offer financial assistance, please contact us for more information.

CAMP SESSION DATES & FEES:
Complete information for all UNH summer programs are on our website, at: This Website Link.

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University of New Hampshire Summer Youth Programs

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YMCA Camp Takodah
Richmond, NH

Visit Our YMCA Camp Takodah Website
603-239-4781
info[AT]camptakodah.org
info[AT]cheshireymca.org
55 Fitzwilliam Rd.
Richmond, NH 03470

Find the Best Leadership Camp in Richmond, New Hampshire

WINTER (OFF-SEASON) OFFICE ADDRESS:
Winter Address/Phone: The Cheshire YMCA 32 Lake Street, N. Swanzey, NH 03431 (603) 352-0447 Summer Address/Phone: Camp Takodah 55 Fitzwilliam Rd. Richmond, NH 03470 (603) 239-4781

CAMPER AGES: 7 - 16

TYPE OF CAMP: Overnight/Sleepaway. We offer concurrent single-sex camp sessions.

CAMPER GENDER(S): All Boy Campers. All Girl Campers.

AFFILIATION(S): YMCA

CAMP INSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITIES OFFERED:
Dance, Theater, Music/Band, Fine Arts/Crafts, Video/Filmmaking/Photography, Basketball, Baseball, Soccer, Horses/Equestrian, Swimming, Tennis, Waterfront/Aquatics, Sailing, Team Sports, Science, Academics, Adventure, Wilderness/Nature, and more. We Offer Concurrent Single-sex Camp Sessions.

CAMP LOCATION: We are located in the heart of the Monadnock Region of NH, Just 20 minutes from Keene, NH and 1.5 hours from Boston, MA. With over 500 acres of pristine forest and open fields along the shores of Cass Pond, living at camp is rustic, yet comfortable -- just like it should be.

CAMP FACILITIES: Beautiful cabins, a state-of-the-art Dining Hall, and indoor program spaces integrate well with our natural settings. There's nowhere nicer to spend a summer!

CAMP PROGRAM INFO: Known for our beautiful waterfront and fantastic staff, Camp Takodah is one of New England's classic YMCA Resident Camps. Founded in 1916 and set in New Hampshire's beautiful Monadnock Region, we have rich history, deep traditions, and a program based on giving youth the skills to build friendships with remarkable integrity.

In addition to our traditional two week sessions we offer a one-week starter experience for the younger, first-time campers. Campers who choose to stay in the North Village will enjoy the core Takodah experience, including the cabin-centered experience, swimming, sports, adventure, crafts, nature, and performing arts, but with some additional opportunities for adventure-based and community activities, like taking the whole village on an overnight or adventures out of camp!

CAMP LEADERSHIP CIT/LIT PROGRAMS: LC and LIT Leadership programs.

CAMP SCHOLARSHIPS OR FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE: Campership Program.

FAMILY CAMP SESSION(S): Family camp.

YEAR-ROUND PROGRAMS: Outdoor Education opportunities.

CAMP SESSION DATES & FEES:
Traditional Boys Camp Weeks at South Camp
Session 1: June 26 - July 8
Session 2: July 10 - 22

Boys Camp in New North Village!
Session 3: July 24 - August 5
Session 4: August 7 -19

Girls Camp in New North Village!
Session 1: June 26- July 8
Session 2: July 10 - 22

Traditional Girls Camp 2 Weeks at South Camp
Session 3: July 24 - August 5
Session 4: August 7 -19

1 Week Ages: 7-12
Session Dates: July 2 - July 8
1 week 1A Boys & Girls

SUMMER CAMP JOBS:
We offer jobs to those 18 and older that have graduated from high school.

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YMCA Camp Takodah

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International Leadership Camps in New Hampshire

Some of our New Hampshire Leadership Camps accept International Campers from all around the world. Some camps could offer special Summer International Programs, scholarships, or other incentives to international campers.

International Campers and Parents: Be sure to contact each New Hampshire Leadership Camp you are interested in to see if they accept campers from other Countries, if they hire any international staff, or if they offer any Special Summer Leadership Programs for International Campers.


Camp Tel Noar
Hampstead, New Hampshire

Visit Our Camp Tel Noar Website
603-329-6931 (Summer)
781-489-2070 (Winter)
efraim[AT]cohencamps.org
info[AT]camptelnoar.org
167 Main Street
Hampstead, New Hampshire 03841

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WINTER (OFF-SEASON) OFFICE ADDRESS:
888 Worcester Street
Suite 350
Wellesley, MA 02482

CAMP VIDEO LINK:
Watch Our Camp Tel Noar Video

CAMPER AGES: 7-15

TYPE OF CAMP: Overnight/Sleepaway.

CAMPER GENDER(S): Coed Campers.

AFFILIATION(S): Jewish.

BRIEF CAMP DESCRIPTION: Our warm, close-knit community is the heart of the Camp Tel Noar experience. You’ll smile from morning until night, busy with waterskiing, swimming, photography, basketball, visual and performing arts, Israeli dance, tennis, and more. You’ll live the Jewish values that infuse our community, especially on Shabbat, bringing us closer together. You’ll take in the songs, enthusiasm and camp traditions. And, most of all, you’ll grow close with friends and counselors who become our summer family. Here, every summer offers the gift of independence, friendships, a strong Jewish spirit and a connection to Israel. A cherished time for fun, discovery and adventures. A place to flourish, to become your very best “self.”

-See more at: This Website Link.

CAMP INSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITIES OFFERED:
Dance, Theater, Musical Theater, Music/Band, Fine Arts/Crafts, Video/Filmmaking/Photography, Basketball, Football, Cheerleading, Weightloss, Soccer, Swimming, Tennis, Waterfront/Aquatics, Sailing, Volleyball, Team Sports, Technology, Adventure, and more. Rocketry, Low-ropes Course, Waterskiing, Softball, Archery, Volleyball, Biking, Triathlon & Many Many More!

CAMP FACILITIES: Cabins have electricity and bathrooms with hot water and showers. At Camp Tel Noar, all campers (except the oldest bunks) get to know each other in our unique cabins, which we call “chugs” (pronounced HOOgs), or circles. These cabins connect three bunks with a shared common room, a space where campers can spend their free time, play games and write letters. Most importantly, the common room is a place where campers get to know each other across ages and interests.

-Health Center staffed 24 hours/day by licensed nurses
-Kosher, nut-free dining hall
-Olympic-sized swimming pool
-Beach on Sunset Lake, equipped with canoes, kayaks, sailboats and motorboats
-Peaceful, leafy grove for Shabbat services -
-Gymnasium/Performance center
-Tennis courts Basketball and volleyball courts
-Gaga pit
-Athletic fields
-Photography darkroom
-Videography Studio, new in 2013
-Arts studio for ceramics, painting, jewelry-making, fun with fabric and crafts
-Animal Enclosure of rabbits, chickens and ducks
-Various other buildings for indoor activities

-See more at: This Website Link

CAMP PROGRAM INFO: Our warm, close-knit community is the heart of the Camp Tel Noar experience. You’ll smile from morning until night, busy with waterskiing, swimming, photography, basketball, visual and performing arts, Israeli dance, tennis, and more. You’ll live the Jewish values that infuse our community, especially on Shabbat, bringing us closer together. You’ll take in the songs, enthusiasm and camp traditions. And, most of all, you’ll grow close with friends and counselors who become our summer family.

Here, every summer offers the gift of independence, friendships, a strong Jewish spirit and a connection to Israel. A cherished time for fun, discovery and adventures. A place to flourish, to become your very best “self.”

-See more at: This Website Link

CAMP LEADERSHIP CIT/LIT PROGRAMS: Jewish life and learning at Camp Tel Noar can culminate in an extraordinary experience, the Dor L’Dor (Generation to Generation) Leadership Program for our oldest campers. Current campers who have completed the 10th grade may join their peers from the other Cohen Camps, Pembroke and Tevya, for an intensive five-week tour of Israel, a trip that is physically, spiritually, and intellectually stimulating. They return to Tel Noar as Counselors-In-Training (CITs) for the rest of the summer, where they take on a new leadership role, share their new exposure to Israel with younger campers, and continue their leadership training.

Younger Tel Noar campers relish the weekly Shabbat updates sent in by the Dor L’Dor travelers. This program and its young role models help even our youngest campers discover the deep value in connecting with the historical, religious and cultural aspects of the State of Israel while they look forward to growing ready for Dor L’Dor themselves.

- See more at: This Website Link

CAMP SCHOLARSHIPS OR FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE: The Cohen Camps offer partial scholarships to families based on financial need. Please contact the Cohen Camps office at 781.489.2070 for information, forms, requirements and deadlines.

CAMP SESSION DATES & FEES:
Full Season: 7 Weeks $8,400
First Session: 3.5 Weeks $5,000
Second Session: 3.5 Weeks $4,700
Taam of Tel Noar: 2 Weeks $2,400

-See more at: This Website Link

SUMMER CAMP JOBS:
For complete summer jobs info, please visit: This Website Link.

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Camp Tel Noar

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New Hampshire Leadership Camps Offer Scholarships & Financial Aid

Some New Hampshire Leadership Camps offer Camperships, Scholarships, and other forms of full or partial financial assistance to deserving campers.

Be sure to check each camp's description under "CAMP SCHOLARSHIPS OR FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE" for complete information, including exactly how to apply.


YMCA Camp Wiyaka
Richmond, NH

Visit Our YMCA Camp Wiyaka Website
978 249 3305
campwiyaka[AT]yahoo.com
100 Sandy Pond Rd
Richmond, NH 03470

Find the Best Leadership Camp in Richmond, New Hampshire

WINTER (OFF-SEASON) OFFICE ADDRESS:
545 Main St.
Athol, MA
01331

CAMPER AGES: 7 - 15

TYPE OF CAMP: Overnight/Sleepaway. Residential / 6 week-long sessions. We offer coed weeks as well as single gender weeks.

CAMPER GENDER(S): Coed Campers. All Boy Campers. All Girl Campers.

AFFILIATION(S): YMCA

BRIEF CAMP DESCRIPTION: Camp Wiyaka is a YMCA residential summer camp located on the shore of Sandy Pond in the hills of Richmond, NH. Serving a maximum of 72 campers per week we have the unique opportunity to create a small community atmosphere, a place where both campers and staff can really get to know everyone. Campers sleep in bunk beds sheltered by canvas tents on wooden platforms. Meals are served family style in the dining hall and the days are spent doing traditional summer camp activities such as swimming, sports and art. Camp Wiyaka offers both co-ed and single gender sessions.

CAMP INSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITIES OFFERED:
Fine Arts/Crafts, Soccer, Swimming, Waterfront/Aquatics, Team Sports, Academics, Adventure, Wilderness/Nature, and more.

YMCA Camp Wiyaka is a Top Leadership Summer Camp located in Richmond New Hampshire offering many fun and educational Leadership and other activities, including: Soccer, Fine Arts/Crafts, Adventure and more. YMCA Camp Wiyaka is a top Leadership Camp for ages: 7 - 15.
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CAMP LOCATION: Camp Wiyaka is located on Sandy Pond in Richmond, New Hampshire. We are about 30 minutes from Keene, New Hampshire, and about 30 minutes from Athol, Massachusetts. Our residential camp has over 60 acres of woods and fields and sits directly on the waterfront. Please visit our website, at This Website Link, for photos and directions.

CAMP FACILITIES: Campers live in platform tents with up to 5 other children their own age and at least one counselor. Tents are divided into "upper camp" and "lower camp" with 7 tents on the waterfront of Sandy Pond, and 5 tents tucked into the trees. During Coed weeks, genders are divided into seperate tent areas. Meals are served family style and campers share tables with their tent mates in the dining hall. Memory Lodge is our indoor recreation space.

CAMP PROGRAM INFO: We offer coed weeks as well as single gender weeks. All campers ages 7 - 15 are welcome to attend our week-long sessions. The Mini Camp program at Camp Wiyaka is built for children ages 7 to 11 who want to try out a residential summer camp but may be worried about staying an entire week. The opportunity to extend a Mini Camp session into a full week may be available if a child finds he/she is not ready to leave Wiyaka before the week session is over.

Camp Wiyaka's Leaders in Training (LIT) program offers young adults ages 14-15 an opportunity to build leadership skills, and be a positive influence the lives of others. While still taking part in typical camper experiences (attending activities and participating in camp events), the LITs have unique opportunities and responsibilities separate from the rest of the camp. LIT's will have the chance to host a campfire as a group, lead an all camp activity, and assist younger campers on registration day. The LIT group will also have an opportunity to complete a service project on camp property.

Our daily schedule allows children to participate in traditional camp offerings as well as choose some unique activities to design their own week. Our waterfront is a great place to play on the shore, swim, fish, or take out a sailboat, canoe, kayak or rowboat. There is time for doing arts and crafts, archery, playing sports and games, learning about nature and so much more. Trips are taken to local areas including Mt. Monadnock, Royalston Falls, and Tully Lake. Every camp day ends with a sing-along campfire.

CAMP LEADERSHIP CIT/LIT PROGRAMS: Camp Wiyaka's Leaders in Training (LIT) program offers young adults age 15 an opportunity to build leadership skills, and be a positive influence the lives of others.

CAMP SCHOLARSHIPS OR FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE: Financial Aid Available.

CAMP SESSION DATES & FEES:
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Kingswood Camp for Boys
Piermont, New Hampshire

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603-989-5556 (summer) 603-795-2235 (off season)
wipfler[AT]kingswoodcamp.com
949 Rt. 25C
Piermont, New Hampshire 03779

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WINTER (OFF-SEASON) OFFICE ADDRESS:
41 Culver Hill Road Lyme, NH 03768

CAMPER AGES: 7 up

TYPE OF CAMP: Overnight/Sleepaway.

CAMPER GENDER(S): All Boy Campers.

BRIEF CAMP DESCRIPTION: Kingswood Camp, located in the White Mountain National Forest region of New Hampshire, provides a unique New England summer camping experience for boys, ages 7 and up. Kingswood is nestled on the shores of beautiful Lake Tarleton. Kingswood is a family-run, traditional camp staffed by "home-grown" counselors with over 700 years of cumulative experience.

CAMP INSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITIES OFFERED:
Music/Band, Fine Arts/Crafts, Video/Filmmaking/Photography, Basketball, Football, Baseball, Weightloss, Soccer, Golf, Swimming, Tennis, Waterfront/Aquatics, Sailing, Wrestling, Team Sports, Wilderness/Nature, and more. Lacrosse, Waterskiing, Wakeboarding, Kayaking, Fishing, Frisbee, Riflery, Archery, Snorkeling, & Rowing.

CAMP LOCATION: Kingswood is on the southwestern shore of Lake Tarleton, which features pristine waters and a panoramic view of the White Mountains. The lake is two miles long and about 3/4 mile wide with practically no other development. Kingswood Camp is located in the western part of New Hampshire, about ten miles from the Connecticut River Valley and on the southwestern boundary of the White Mountain National Forest. It is about thirty miles north of Hanover, a beautiful town and home of Dartmouth College. Driving times are as follows: 2 1/2 hours from Boston; 5 hours from New York City; 10 hours from Baltimore-Washington, D.C.

CAMP FACILITIES: Main Lodge: a stunningly beautiful building by the lake's edge, 100 foot porch with views to the water, Great Room assembly area with indigenous stone fireplace, game room, fishing room, modern apartments for older staff. Dining Room: another very pretty building, inside and out, with room enough for the entire community to dine together, also next to the lake Nature Building: a building with great character, home for photography, arts and crafts, as well as nature studies 13 Sleeping Cabins: capacities range from 8 to 16 8 Staff Cottages: for administrators- strategically located within the camper cabin area as an enhancement to supervision

2 Bath Houses: modern facilities, hot and cold running water, ten showers, private and with separate dressing areas Infirmary: centrally located with dispensary, private bath, isolation rooms, two nurses in residence Music Building: far away from the director's house, but lovingly named The Seasick Crocodile Recording Studio Waterfront: enclosed docks, defined swimming areas, sliding board raft, dive tower, separate fishing dock Council Fire Circle: our special meeting site at lake's edge affording magnificent views of the White Mountains, and not a single light bulb in sight across the lake

5 Playing Fields: 2 baseball, 1 soccer/lacrosse, 2 all-purpose 3 Hard Surface Tennis Courts: new and well maintained Basketball Court: regulation size- outdoor and lighted Archery Range: 3 targets, 50 foot; compound bow program for qualified campers Rifle Range: 4 shooting points, 50 foot Par 3 Golf Course: eighteen holes, a limited flight pitching and chipping course 27 Hole Frisbee Golf: for legions of boys, their favorite "down time" camp activity, by far...

The Kingswood Marina: 12 canoes,12 playaks (beginner kayaks), 8 sailboats, 5 row boats, 6 windsurfers, 3 power boats, 2 patrol skiffs, 2 rowing shells, 8 kayaks 3 Tetherball Areas, 2 Horseshoe Pits, 1 Volleyball Court

CAMP PROGRAM INFO: What can parents expect of Kingswood? Visitors to Kingswood are immediately struck by the low-key, friendly atmosphere of our camp community. Every summer we work hard to produce that esprit de corps where every boy feels he is an integral member of the group. It all starts with young men and boys who come from homes that possess solid core values and morals. Our families expect Kingswood to provide a happy and safe environment, and to be a place which complements their efforts to instill firm distinctions between right and wrong in their children. It is our mission to be a completely wholesome place, at all times, and without exception.

Kingswood is both owned and directed by the Wipfler family of Bethesda, Maryland. Bob and Alice started running the operation in 1985. The oldest of their three children, Rob, moved to New Hampshire in 2013 to be in position to oversee camp operations year-round, along with his energetic wife, Becky. Another son, Mike, teaches school when not running the camp's daily program during the summer months. Daughter Sara has developed a strong interest in the nature and photography component of Kingswood's program. All Wipflers bleed Kingswood blue! The Wipflers have long known that lots of extra help at the top end is needed, and feel strongly that camps belong in the hands of educators. People who have elected to dedicate their careers to children are best equipped to recognize the many signals kids give as indicators of their sense of well- being.

We call our regular staff gatherings "faculty meetings" where the first agenda topic always is "boys of concern." Youngsters do not slip through the cracks at Kingswood, and we owe much of our success to our top leaders, who help show younger staff how to look at boys through the eyes of professional educators.

A Typical Day: 7:30 reveille- music over the PA system 8:00 breakfast 8:45 clean up 9:30 team sport instruction- by age 10:30 waterfront instruction- by age 11:30 individual activity instruction- by age 12:30 supervised free time 12:45 lunch 2:00 rest hour 3:00 afternoon choice (called "A-Block")- team sports (practices and intercamp games), nature (projects and day trips), creative games (enormous variety) 4:30 supervised free time (called "B-Block"), waterfront (lifeguards on duty), unscheduled time (read, shower, play catch), hang out (be with friends) 6:00 dinner 6:45 free activity (called "Sponsorships") 8:30 all-camp special activity 9:30 cabin activities, target time for lights out for younger boys 10:00 target time for lights out for older boys How is the program scheduling done? The most formal time of the day is the morning instructional time block.

Boys sign up weekly for three daily one-hour "clinics," with several choices available to them for each block. Campers pick from each of three categories: waterfront, team sports and individual activities. Boys are grouped by age in clinics, but counselors offer varied lesson plans depending on the proficiency levels within the group- a major asset in a smaller community. From lunchtime onward, campers are offered a variety of activities which change daily with boys almost always getting their first choice.

The weather, boys' requests, and the directors' sense of balance dictate each day's options. Once they select, boys must attend and we make sure of that! A host of afternoon and evening activities is listed in the camper guidebook. The flexible approaches we take in programming are very popular with campers and counselors alike and are another area where Kingswood stands apart from many other camps.

CAMP LEADERSHIP CIT/LIT PROGRAMS: Becoming a Kingswood counselor is a goal that some boys have from their early days as junior campers. Others come upon this notion later. Having finished sophomore year in high school, they are now mature enough to consider the transition from camper to counselor. The CITs live in The Barn and attend meetings similar to counselor training sessions. The first question posed to CITs is "What does it take to be a good Kingswood counselor?" CITs are given the opportunity to learn from hands-on, supervised experiences in leading clinics and assisting in the camper cabins. The CIT program does more than produce well-trained counselors; it also builds skills that will help young men be successful as they enter college and beyond.

OTHER CAMP INFO: What sorts of trips does the camp take? Most of our trips are designed to take advantage of the lakes and mountains in this beautiful region of America. We feel strongly that children need to establish a connection to nature. Hiking, canoeing, fishing and swimming day trips, and 2-3 day excursions make up the bulk of our offerings. As always, these trips are available to campers as choices, but, admittedly, they are heavily promoted. Most boys go on several trips during a typical stay. Recreational trips, too, are regular offerings. The Fourth of July parade and fireworks, a New England town fair, and the water slide amusement park are examples of special trips taken annually. All campers get to participate.

CAMP SESSION DATES & FEES:
Boys come between 3 and 7 weeks. For more information, including dates and rates, go to This Website Link.

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Camp Cody
Freedom, New Hampshire

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(603)539-4991
jess[AT]campcody.com
info[AT]campcody.com
9 Cody Road
Freedom, New Hampshire 03836

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WINTER (OFF-SEASON) OFFICE ADDRESS:
1 Washington St, Suite 106
Dover, NH 03820
United States

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CAMPER AGES: 7-16

TYPE OF CAMP: Overnight/Sleepaway.

CAMPER GENDER(S): Coed Campers.

BRIEF CAMP DESCRIPTION: Camp Cody is part of a camping heritage that goes back to 1926. Nestled on the sandy beaches of beautiful Lake Ossipee amidst the White Mountains of New Hampshire, Cody offers a summer experience rich in fun, friendship, learning and adventure. A traditional summer camp for both girls and boys, campers range in age from seven to fifteen and CITs beginning their leadership programs at sixteen.

CAMP INSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITIES OFFERED:
Dance, Theater, Musical Theater, Music/Band, Fine Arts/Crafts, Video/Filmmaking/Photography, Basketball, Football, Baseball, Soccer, Golf, Gymnastics, Horses/Equestrian, Swimming, Tennis, Waterfront/Aquatics, Sailing, Volleyball, Team Sports, Science, Academics, Travel, and more. Hockey, & Lacrosse/Field Hockey.

CAMP LOCATION: We are located about 2 hours north of Boston, Massachusetts on nearly 100 acres of land and on the shores of Lake Ossipee. Camp Cody is part of a camping heritage that goes back to 1926. Nestled on the sandy beaches of beautiful Lake Ossipee amidst the White Mountains of New Hampshire, Cody offers a summer experience rich in fun, friendship, learning and adventure. We are located about 2 hours north of Boston.

CAMP FACILITIES: Our cabins sit on the southeastern lakeside edge of the White Mountain National Forest and each house about seven campers and three counselors. All our cabins have electricity, fully-equipped bathrooms and ample cubby room for belongings. Cody is one of the most well-equipped summer camps in the country. All of the buildings are either new, or have recently undergone major expansion or refurbishing, and almost all of the equipment is updated or replaced approximately every five years. Cody’s sports facilities include a baseball diamond, as well as a soccer field and a football field. There are also two volleyball courts, two floodlit street hockey/roller hockey, a floodlit five-aside soccer arena, two floodlit basketball courts, and seven tennis courts (four floodlit). Cody also has a modern riflery range and two archery ranges.

CAMP PROGRAM INFO: Camp Cody is part of a camping heritage that goes back to 1926. Nestled on the sandy beaches of beautiful Lake Ossipee amidst the White Mountains of New Hampshire, Cody offers a summer experience rich in fun, friendship, learning and adventure. A traditional summer camp for both girls and boys, campers range in age from seven to fifteen and CITs beginning their leadership programs at sixteen. If you haven't visited camp yet, checkout the virtual tour, it's the next best thing! We offer team sports activities, water front activities, individual activities, creative arts & crafts, a music & drama program, a horseback riding program, a tennis program, a trips program, and other hobbies and games!

CAMP LEADERSHIP CIT/LIT PROGRAMS: Here at Camp Cody, we have a great CIT/JC Program available. Check out the info on our site at: This Website Link for all the info!

CAMP SESSION DATES & FEES:
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SUMMER CAMP JOBS:
Are you ready to have the best summer of your life? Come have a blast with Cody! We are looking to hire upbeat, outdoorsy and fun staff to work with kids, meet counselors from all over the world, and share a once in a lifetime experience.

Lakeside property with dozens of activity fields, sports, and entertainment for everyone!

As an Activities Counselor you'll get to plan, direct, and implement activities in your area of expertise and coordinate the activities into the entire camp program.

Experienced teaching and/or coaching in athletics, aquatics, arts, and adventures preferred. Responsibilities:
•Teach and stimulate the interest of staff and campers in the area of expertise.
• Create lesson plans based on increasing camper competence and skill level in activity area.
• Implement innovative and fun lesson plans and teaching techniques.
• Conduct a regular check of equipment for safety, cleanliness, and good repair.
• Set up activity area during staff week.
• Submit orders for supplies and equipment during staff week or when needed ensuring the timely arrival of materials.
• Conduct an initial and end of the season inventory and store all equipment properly.
• Evaluate current season and make recommendations for equipment or program changes for the next season. • Work as a member of a team of counselors who provide guidance and support to all campers and staff.
• Plan and prepare for inter-camp sporting events and activities, when applicable.
• Assist with all-camp events, evening programs, trips. • Complete tasks as assigned by supervisors. Desired Qualifications:
• Training, certification, or documented experience in the respective activity.
• Experience working with children.
• Knowledge of safety practices as applicable to the respective activity.
• Endurance and stamina needed to provide constant programming and supervision to campers.
• Ability to spend long hours teaching area of expertise. • Positive attitude and sense of humor.

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Windsor Mountain Summer Camp
Windsor, NH

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603-478-3166
jake[AT]windsormountain.org
One World Way
Windsor, NH 03244

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CAMPER AGES: 7 - 16

TYPE OF CAMP: Overnight/Sleepaway.

CAMPER GENDER(S): Coed Campers.

CAMP INSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITIES OFFERED:
Theater, Music/Band, Fine Arts/Crafts, Soccer, Swimming, Waterfront/Aquatics, Team Sports, Technology, Academics, Adventure, Wilderness/Nature, and more.

CAMP LOCATION: Windsor Mountain Summer Camp is located on 360 acres of white pine forest in southwestern New Hampshire, on the shores of secluded motor-free lake two hours from Boston and four hours from New York City.

CAMP FACILITIES: Our beautiful and well-maintained lakeside setting offers campers a perfect home away from home. At the heart of camp is our dining hall and expansive deck, offering plenty of gathering places for campers. In the dining hall and often out of the deck, you will find campers eating delicious meals, cooked from scratch. Campers love their bunks at Windsor Mountain! Each has electricity and bathrooms are inside or close-by and counselors live in each bunk with kids. Treehouse - Girls ages 7-12 bunk in the treehouse, where each bunk is home to six to eight girls. Cabins - Boys ages 7-12 find their home in the Cabins, where you will find eight to ten boys in each bunk. Bungalows - Campers ages 13-16 find their summer home in a Bungalow. Each bungalow sleeps eight to ten boys or girls and their counselors.

CAMP PROGRAM INFO: Windsor Mountain campers choose activities every three days with our guided free-choice program. With the help of our talented and caring staff, campers select from traditional and creative activities offered in: music, visual arts, sports, performing arts, ropes course (including zip-line and rock-climbing), farm and garden, waterfront, wilderness adventure, sailing, film and more! Within our safe and supportive community, campers are encouraged to step out of their comfort zone, try new things and challenge themselves. Evenings at camp offer lots of fun activities and opportunities to bond with friends. We have campfires (with music and stories), capture the flag, carnival, overnight camping with s�mores, Joel�s coffee house, �Battle of the Bands,� scavenger hunts, talent shows, dances, night hikes, Hawaiian Luaus, casino night, game shows, and lots more.

CAMP LEADERSHIP CIT/LIT PROGRAMS: Leadership programs.

FAMILY CAMP SESSION(S): Family Camp

OTHER CAMP INFO: A summer at Windsor Mountain is a ton of fun and so much more. It is a unique opportunity to nurture the creative spirit, develop a sense of self-understanding and independence, foster lifelong friendships, try new things, cultivate skills and learn how to live in a community of people representing diverse cultures and life experience. We are a co-ed, non-competitive camp that uses the power of experiential learning to enhance the personal growth and development of each camper. We embrace the values of respecting differences among people, living responsibly and taking safe and appropriate risks.

CAMP SESSION DATES & FEES:
Session 1 - 6/28/2016-7/23/2016 ($5,195)

Session 2 - 7/26/2016-8/20/2016 ($5,195)

Mini-Session 1 - 6/28/2016-7/10/2016 ($3,195)

Mini-Session 1B 7/10/2016-7/23/2016 ($3,195)

Mini-Session 2 - 7/26/2016-8/7/2016 ($3,195)

Mini-Session 2B 8/7/2016-8/20/2016 ($2,795)

6-Week Session - 6/28/2016-8/7/2016 ($6,895)

Full Season - 6/28/2016-8/20/2016 ($8,295)

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Oliver Hazard Perry - Adventure at Sea Summer Camps for Teens
New Hampshire Location(s)

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(401) 841-0080
elise[AT]ohpri.org
info[AT]ohpri.org
Newport, Rhode Island 02840

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OTHER CAMP LOCATIONS:
Block Island, RI
Vinyard Haven, MA
Provincetown, MA
Newport, RI
Nantucket, MA
Boston, MA
Portsmouth NH
Greenport, NY
Nova Scocia, Canada
Portland ME, and more!

WINTER (OFF-SEASON) OFFICE ADDRESS:
29 Touro Street
Newport, RI 02840

CAMPER AGES: 12-14, 15-18

TYPE OF CAMP: Overnight/Sleepaway.

CAMPER GENDER(S): Coed Campers.

BRIEF CAMP DESCRIPTION: Sail the coast of New England and beyond this summer on America's newest Tall Ship! The Oliver Hazard Perry is Rhode Island's official sailing education vessel, and is the first of it's kind to be built in America in over 100 years! At 200 feet in length, the SSV Perry is a fabulous platform for adventure, teamwork, exploration and fun! Sail with a professional crew who will teach you the ropes. Learn to steer the ship, set the sails, and work as part of a team. See the beauty of the ocean from an unforgettable perspective - call us today, or check out This Website Link for more information!

CAMP INSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITIES OFFERED:
Waterfront/Aquatics, Sailing, Math, Science, Technology, Adventure, Travel, Wilderness/Nature, and more. Maritime History, Marine Biology, Maritime Literature

CAMP LOCATION: Our office is located in downtown Newport, RI. This ship will move throughout New England, visiting the ports of Newport, Block Island and Providence RI, Boston, Nantucket, and Provincetown MA, Portsmouth NH, Portland ME, and many more destinations. Check This Website Link for specific itineraries.

CAMP FACILITIES: At 200 feet, the Oliver Hazard Perry is the first ocean-going full-rigged ship to be built in the U.S. in over 100 years. It is the largest civilian sail training vessel in America. She has berths for 49 people overnight, and with 17 crew, a low camper to crew ratio creates a safe and fun environment. The ship is equipped with a steel hull, 3 masts, with square sails on all three masts, 20 sails totaling 14,000 square feet, and 7 miles of rope and wire. The engines run on a bio-diesel blend, and the ship is equipped with a modern galley (on-board kitchen), central air, an on-deck science lab, a library and wheel-chair accessibility above and below decks.

CAMP PROGRAM INFO: With 17 professional crew and a capacity for 30-34 campers, our program promotes a dynamic and safe learning environment with a 2:1 ratio of campers to instructors. Campers will feel the thrill of steering a 500-ton ship, and learn to work the yards and sails while exploring the beautiful coasts of New England. They will learn safety at sea and perform important safety drills while acquiring skills in navigation, seamanship, sail handling, knots, and the language of the boat. Campers will explore the underwater world through snorkeling. They will understand wind, waves, tides and the ecology of sandy and rocky seashores.

Sunsets, sunrises and the night sky will serve as the backdrop for this incredible experience, in addition to marine phosphorescence, dolphins and whales.

Teamwork is an integral part of success onboard the boat, and in addition to learning about themselves, and achieving things they never imagined, they will make friendships to last a lifetime.

CAMP LEADERSHIP CIT/LIT PROGRAMS: In addition to witnessing the natural magic of the ocean and its inhabitants, each student crew will make friendships to last a lifetime. Campers will take responsibility for themselves and their fellow shipmates, learning to work as a team with others as they hoist and brace the yards on the ship's 130-foot tall rig and apply acquired navigational skills to guide the ship's course on a voyage of discovery.

CAMP SCHOLARSHIPS OR FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE: As a non-profit organization we are committed to making this amazing experience available to everyone. Because we are new, an endowment for scholarships is still being developed, however the first 10 sign ups will receive a 10% discount! Please contact us for group discounts. Scholarships will be made available in the near future.

YEAR-ROUND PROGRAMS: The Perry will sail year-round, offering experiences for high school and college age students, as well as adult sail-training and team building. The ship will spend the Summers in New England and the Winters in Florida, the Bahamas and the Caribbean.

OTHER CAMP INFO: Our Mission:

Sailing School Vessel Oliver Hazard Perry is Rhode Island’s official sailing education vessel and flagship non-profit maritime campus, offering experience-based, core learning opportunities to a diverse student population, including those with disabilities, aboard a magnificent 196-foot, three-masted, square-rigged tall ship.

We achieve our mission in collaboration with Rhode Island educational institutions and the marine industry with a sustainable plan that promotes our sea-faring heritage with programs that serve as symbols for our stewardship of the Ocean State’s maritime environment.

CAMP SESSION DATES & FEES:
Camp price for six days/nights is $1,600 (10% discount early bird special for the first 10 campers to sign up!), which includes all meals and seamanship/sailing instruction.

Our tentative schedule can be found at This Website Link Please e-mail info[AT]ohpri.org to sign up, or call the office at (401) 841-0080

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Naticook Day Camp
Merrimack, NH

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603-886-7026
mcasparius[AT]merrimacknh.gov
116 Naticook Rd.
Merrimack, NH 03054

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WINTER (OFF-SEASON) OFFICE ADDRESS:
6 Baboosic Lake Road
Merrimack, NH 03054

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CAMPER AGES: 5 - 14

TYPE OF CAMP: Day Camp. Traditional Day Camp

CAMPER GENDER(S): Coed Campers.

BRIEF CAMP DESCRIPTION: Naticook Day Camp program offers 5 - 14 year olds a unique Day Camp experience with amenities normally found only in an overnight camp setting. This program is run by the Merrimack Parks & Recreation Dept.

SPECIAL NEEDS CAMPERS: Our program is all-inclusive for campers with Special Needs. We hire 4 Counselors per Summer to work as 1:1 Aides for those children who require extra assistance. Spaces are limited on a first come first serve basis.

CAMP INSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITIES OFFERED:
Dance, Theater, Fine Arts/Crafts, Basketball, Soccer, Swimming, Tennis, Waterfront/Aquatics, Team Sports, Wilderness/Nature, and more. Daily Swimming Lessons Are Provided To Campers As Part Of The Tuition Fee. A Hot Lunch Is Also Provided To Campers.

CAMP LOCATION: We are located one hour north of Boston in the Town of Merrimack, NH. Naticook Day Camp takes place in beautiful Wasserman Park and runs under the direction of Merrimack's Parks and Recreation Department. Please visit our website for camp photos and information.

CAMP FACILITIES: Naticook Day Camp boasts 10 cabins, Function Hall which serves as our recreation and dining hall, Arts & Crafts building, playground, sports and games field, tennis courts, basketball court and beautiful Naticook Lake for swim lessons.

CAMP LEADERSHIP CIT/LIT PROGRAMS: The Counselor In Training (CIT) Program at Naticook Day Camp is geared towards participants who are at least 15 years of age (by the start of the summer); who are interested in gaining leadership skills and want to learn how to apply those skills towards working with children. As a CIT, you will become familiar with many aspects of how Camp functions and the role of counselors in the Camp. Through various group activities and involvement in other programs as a CIT, you will develop and enhance your leadership skills.

For complete details and an application, visit: This Website Link

YEAR-ROUND PROGRAMS: The Parks & Recreation Department offers a wide variety of programs and special events throughout the year. Complete details can be found on our website at This Website Link

OTHER CAMP INFO: Naticook Day Camp is a great place to enjoy a variety of activities including Nature, Theater, Archery, Arts & Crafts, Swim Lessons, Boating, games, sports and more! Our goal is to create an environment where children feel safe, have fun and enjoy being a kid!

CAMP SESSION DATES & FEES:
There are 8 one week sessions starting June 27 and runs through August 19. Resident rates are $200 per week and Non-Resident rates are $250.00 per week.

SUMMER CAMP JOBS:
We are primarily looking to hire:
Activity Specialists
Lifeguards
Water Safety Instructors
Kitchen Help
Maintenance Staff

Complete details can be found on our website at: This Website Link.

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Beam Camp
Strafford, New Hampshire

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866-894-7069
718-569-0332
contact[AT]beamcamp.com
55 Boy Scout Road
Strafford, New Hampshire 03884

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WINTER (OFF-SEASON) OFFICE ADDRESS:
6 Second Place
Brooklyn NY 11231

CAMPER AGES: 11-17

TYPE OF CAMP: Overnight/Sleepaway.

CAMPER GENDER(S): Coed Campers.

BRIEF CAMP DESCRIPTION: Beam Camp is a summer sleepaway program in Strafford, New Hampshire offering two 4 week sessions for boys and girls 11-17. The centerpiece of each session is the Beam Project, a large-scale spectacular project, produced and enjoyed by the campers, which ranges from the conceptual to the structural, and is designed by a notable designer, architect or big thinker. Campers learn to make their ideas happen through fine and manual arts, technology and collaboration.

CAMP INSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITIES OFFERED:
Fine Arts/Crafts, Video/Filmmaking/Photography, Soccer, Swimming, Waterfront/Aquatics, Volleyball, Science, Technology, Wilderness/Nature, and more. Carpentry, Textiles, Printmaking, Coding, Mechanics, Performance, Sewing, Cooking, Ceramics, Sculpture

CAMP LOCATION: We are located 30 minutes from Concord and Dover, NH, on 100 beautiful acres with two lakes, surrounded by 650 acres of forever-wild forest, streams and well-established trails.

CAMP FACILITIES: We have nine newly-constructed wood-framed cabins, two lakes for swimming and kayaking, and a 90-foot dining hall, with fireplace.

CAMP PROGRAM INFO: The Beam Guides are the teachers, builders and brighteners who work and play alongside campers providing a safe and enriching camp experience. All the Guides are people over the age of 20 who make a life and living from pursuits involving invention, design, planning and production: artists, architects, engineers, craftspeople, teachers, designers, chefs, and musicians.

Beam’s 1:4 staff to camper ratio makes it possible for all campers to be supervised at all times. All waterfront and lake activities are supervised by Red Cross certified lifeguards. We have a full-time staff nurse with us at camp.

CAMP LEADERSHIP CIT/LIT PROGRAMS: Campers 15+ may enroll as Fellows in either camp session. The Fellows program recognizes the growth that campers experience as they mature into young adults by rewarding them with the opportunity to take a more active role in our camp’s mission. We want Beam Fellows to occupy a special space at our camp. From their arrival at camp, Beam Fellows are specially trained to play an integral role in the realization of the project; they’ll go deeper into the management and building skills required to make the project and take leadership roles in the Waves. Additionally, Fellows assist in documenting and publicizing the project for the larger camp community and beyond.

CAMP SCHOLARSHIPS OR FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE: Tuition assistance is available.

FAMILY CAMP SESSION(S): We invite families to join us at camp on Sunday, July 27 (Session 1) and Sunday, August 24 (Session 2) between 10AM and noon for a celebration of the Beam Project and to pick-up their campers.

CAMP SESSION DATES & FEES:
Beam 2015 will run July 2 – August 23.
Full Summer (campers aged 11 – 17)
Thursday, July 2 to Sunday, August 23
Tuition: $9000 per camper

Session 1 (campers aged 11 – 17)
Thursday, July 2 to Sunday, July 26
Tuition: $5200 per camper

Session 2 (campers aged 11 – 17)
Thursday, July 30 to Sunday, August 23
Tuition: $5200 per camper

Tuition includes bus transportation to camp from Brooklyn, t-shirt, weekly laundry and assorted random extras.

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Camp Young Judaea
Amherst, NH

Visit Our Camp Young Judaea Website
781 237-9410 (winter)
cyjnh[AT]aol.com
9 Camp Road
Amherst, NH 03031

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WINTER (OFF-SEASON) OFFICE ADDRESS:
22 Priscilla Circle Wellesley MA 02481

CAMPER AGES: 8 - 15

TYPE OF CAMP: Overnight/Sleepaway.

CAMPER GENDER(S): Coed Campers.

AFFILIATION(S): Jewish.

BRIEF CAMP DESCRIPTION: Camp Young Judaea, located on Baboosic Lake in southern New Hampshire, offers an amazing overnight camping experience for children ages 8-15 from a variety of Jewish backgrounds. Safe, supportive and welcoming atmosphere; caring, competent college-age counselors. Beautiful facilities including sparkling pool, eight tennis courts, multiple playing fields and more. We even offer a fantastic horseback riding program at a nearby stable!! Come find out why our camper return rate is more than 90 percent every summer. Huge range of activities, sports and team opportunities, arts programs, specialty clubs, outdoor adventure and more, all in an upbeat Jewish environment. Three and a half and seven-week sessions; new two-week program now available! Delicious kosher food; lifelong friends, ruach and FUN! Call, email or come for a tour this summer! Many age groups already booked for Summer 2016, so please call or email us about space availability. Or consider seeing camp in action this summer...call us to book a tour!

CAMP INSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITIES OFFERED:
Dance, Theater, Musical Theater, Music/Band, Fine Arts/Crafts, Video/Filmmaking/Photography, Basketball, Weightloss, Soccer, Horses/Equestrian, Swimming, Tennis, Waterfront/Aquatics, Sailing, Volleyball, Team Sports, Adventure, Wilderness/Nature, and more. Riflery & Archery Lifeguarding Lacrosse Ultimate Frisbee Waterskiing/Wakeboarding Paddleboarding Outdoor Camping & Hiking Project Adventure Low Ropes Course

CAMP LOCATION: Camp Young Judaea, located on a lake on 169 acres in southern New Hampshire one hour from Boston, has offered a memorable overnight camping experience for Jewish children ages 8-15 from a wide variety of Jewish backgrounds, for more than 65 years.

CAMP FACILITIES: Beautiful facilities including large, new pool AND lovely private lake for boating, fishing, waterskiing and swimming, eight tennis courts, bright and airy dining hall, multiple playing fields, large Arts and Crafts studio and fantastic indoor gym and theater facilities. Both boys and girls areas (new and renovated cabins in girls area for Summer '16) feature rustic but comfortable wooden cabins.

CAMP PROGRAM INFO: Huge range of activities, sports and team opportunities, art, music, dance and drama programs, specialty clubs, outdoor adventure, plus trips, intercamp sports and tournaments, Color War, engaging evening activities plus Isarel Trip/Leadership Training program for former campers only after 10th grade...all in an upbeat Jewish environment. Three and a half and seven-week sessions available (two-week session debuts Summer '16); delicious kosher food; lifelong friends, ruach and FUN! Safe, supportive and welcoming atmosphere, caring, competent counselors (more than 80 percent of them are former campers!!) Call, email or come for a tour this summer to find out why so many of our campers return year after year!

CAMP LEADERSHIP CIT/LIT PROGRAMS: Leadership training program/five-week Israel Trip offered to former campers finishing 10th grade.

CAMP SCHOLARSHIPS OR FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE: Please call for more info.

CAMP SESSION DATES & FEES:
Please see our website for details about Summer 2016 (check under Rates and Dates in the Prospective camper section) but it's best to call about availability since many of our age groups are already booked for this summer! We look forward to hearing from you!

SUMMER CAMP JOBS:
Want to have the summer of your life? Camp Young Judaea in southern New Hampshire seeks kid-loving, upbeat bunk counselors/activity specialists ages 18+ (must be completing first year of college). Kosher camp with kids and staff from a variety of Jewish backgrounds welcomed. Looking especially for certified waterfront staff, tennis staff with coaching experience and pottery or woodworking A&C staff. Give us a call...great community, fun environment, decent pay and tips, and the guaranteed most fun, rewarding summer of your life!

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Camp Birch Hill
New Durham, New Hampshire

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Main Office: (603) 859-4525
Owner, Rich Morell: (603) 273-6713
chrissy[AT]campbirchhill.com
summer[AT]campbirchhill.com
333C Birch Hill Road
New Durham, New Hampshire 03855

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WINTER (OFF-SEASON) OFFICE ADDRESS:
Camp Birch Hill.
333C Birch Hill Road.
New Durham, NH. 03855

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CAMPER AGES: 6-16

TYPE OF CAMP: Overnight/Sleepaway. 2, 4 & 6 Week Sessions

CAMPER GENDER(S): Coed Campers.

SPECIAL NEEDS CAMPERS: Campers with dietary restrictions are welcome at Birch Hill, We cater to vegetarians, gluten free, and are a nut sensitive camp.

CAMP INSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITIES OFFERED:
Dance, Theater, Musical Theater, Music/Band, Fine Arts/Crafts, Video/Filmmaking/Photography, Basketball, Football, Baseball, Weightloss, Soccer, Golf, Gymnastics, Horses/Equestrian, Swimming, Tennis, Waterfront/Aquatics, Sailing, Volleyball, Martial Arts, Team Sports, Adventure, and more. Waterskiing, Wakeboarding, Tubing, High Ropes Course, ZipLine, Platform Tennis, Ping Pong, Land Sports, Water Sports, Horseback Riding, Photography, Fun With Cooking, Yoga, & Any Land Sport You Can Think Of! Check Out Out Website At This Website Link For A Full List!

Camp Birch Hill is a Top Leadership Summer Camp located in New Durham New Hampshire offering many fun and educational Leadership and other activities, including: Martial Arts, Basketball, Music/Band and more. Camp Birch Hill is a top Leadership Camp for ages: 6-16.
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CAMP LEADERSHIP CIT/LIT PROGRAMS: CIT program offered to previous campers entering 10th grade in the fall of 2016.

CAMP SCHOLARSHIPS OR FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE: Contact our office, chrissy[AT]campbirchhill.com to discuss financial aid or scholarships. We believe every child that wants to come to camp should be able to!

CAMP SESSION DATES & FEES:

2 Week Sessions:
June 26 - July 9, 2016
July 10 - July 23, 2016
July 24 - Aug 6, 2016.

4 Week Sessions:
June 26 - July 23, 2016 &
July 10 - Aug 6, 2016

6 Week Session:
June 26 - Aug 6, 2016

SUMMER CAMP JOBS:
If you are interested in joining the Birch Hill team please apply online via our website, at  www.campbirchhill.com.

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Kroka Expeditions
Marlow, NH

Visit Our Kroka Expeditions Website
603-835-9087
outreach[AT]kroka.org
767 Forest Rd.
Marlow, NH 03456

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CAMPER AGES: 9 - 18

TYPE OF CAMP: Overnight/Sleepaway. Overnight programs spanning 1-3 weeks.

CAMPER GENDER(S): Coed Campers.

BRIEF CAMP DESCRIPTION: Kroka Expeditions is committed to awakening in young people a connection to nature and the spirit within, and a capacity for conscious living and compassionate service. We strive to achieve this through wilderness adventure, community living, farming, and the practice of traditional and indigenous skills.

CAMP INSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITIES OFFERED:
Theater, Music/Band, Fine Arts/Crafts, Swimming, Waterfront/Aquatics, Team Sports, Adventure, Travel, Wilderness/Nature, and more. Rock Climbing, White Water Paddling, Mountain Biking, Hiking, Wilderness Skills, Timber Framing, Farming, & Backpacking.

CAMP LOCATION: The Kroka Village lies nestled in the high country between the watersheds of the Ashuelot and Cold Rivers, on 75 acres of forests, fields, cliffs, and streams adjacent to a large wilderness area. Here we work to bring intention, connection, and a sense of responsibility to the work that we do.

CAMP FACILITIES: Our base camp facility is a functioning organic farm, garden, and community living village where staff and students live side by side. We have three Cree lodges, all hand built by past students, as well as a number of canvas wall tents on platforms. There is no running water or electricity and all cooking is done over open fire. Students engage in the functions of life by working with the animals, harvesting fresh food from the garden, splitting wood, and gathering water. Back behind the dwellings are beautiful woods that lead to a stream and beaver pond; excellent for exploration! This is where students stay when they arrive before heading off on their expedition adventure, and again when they return.

CAMP PROGRAM INFO: We offer a wide variety of programs in the summer, spanning from ages 9 - 18. Our programs for younger children foster the spirit of living and playing in nature, while cultivating a connection to the land and setting a foundation for outdoor adventure skills. Our more advanced programs for older students and adults use wilderness expedition and adventure as a tool for experiencing independence, exhilaration, freedom, responsibility, and empowerment, as well as creating deep connections with new friends and the natural world. Please visit our website at This Website Link or call our office at 603-835-9087 for more specific information.

CAMP LEADERSHIP CIT/LIT PROGRAMS:
Ocean Leadership Expedition

This is a journey that traverses 100 miles of coastal waters along the picturesque Gulf of Maine from Belfast to Frenchmen Bay just north of Bar Harbor. Along the way we will pass Deer Island and Isle Au Haute, as we travel on to Mount Desert Island. Before leaving for expedition students will craft wooden oars in the Kroka workshop and dehydrate fruit, berries, and meat from our farm for the journey. Our sea faring fleet will consist of solo and tandem ocean kayaks, and oar rigged student-made voyager canoes. When the wind is with us we will sail, and we will learn to navigate with map and compass through the complexity of tides, currents, fog, and many a spruce covered rocky island.

We will feast on wild foods, gather seaweed, dig for clams, and fish for mackerel. Ocean treasures will form in our hands as we carve wood and gather basket materials from the tidal line. Students will study Marine Ecology, learn to use a variety of knots, read weather, start fire by friction, and make simple shelters in the wilderness. Students will also develop leadership skills through the practice of leading and following, discussing and debating, and forming a strong sense of community built of new lasting friendships.

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CAMP SCHOLARSHIPS OR FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE: Please call or email for financial aid information.

FAMILY CAMP SESSION(S): Experience Kroka through a day of meaningful work: This Website Link

YEAR-ROUND PROGRAMS: Experience the Kroka Difference:

Kroka journeys are extended wilderness expeditions (up to two months at a time), where modern ways of travel are combined with indigenous knowledge and age-old traditions. You will learn to navigate with map and compass, and be guided by the sun and stars. Meals will be cooked from scratch over an open fire using ingredients from local farms, our own animals and gardens, and gifts harvested in the wilderness. You will sleep in a handmade tent or shelter, and your travels will take you through uncharted territory.

Kroka education is experiential and place-based. You learn tree identification to select the right trees for firewood, and to make baskets and paddles. Wilderness medicine is taught miles away from human contact in the depths of winter to the song of the howling wind. History is taught through personal stories of people who have spent their entire lives living on the land. You engage deeply in your learning. This ownership leads to the success of your journey, and your achievement is written on the proud faces of your teammates.

Kroka teachers are outstanding educators and wilderness guides from around the world. They bring to students a depth of experience and breadth of knowledge that is combined with strong character and an unshakable belief in humanity. Their personal life stories speak of extended expeditions, sustainable homesteads, the forgotten arts and crafts of indigenous societies, and passionate work for positive change in the communities around them.

Kroka experiences are holistic. As we travel through wild places we develop the voice of our community, create our daily necessities out of local natural materials, find food and water in the wilderness, and express our learning through poetry, visual arts, journaling, and the creation of a semester book. When we come out of the wilderness, our simple and intentional lifestyle is continued. Our daily lives center around working to fulfill our own needs, minimizing our ecological footprint, and participating positively in our community. Everyone at Kroka, from director to student, carries important community responsibilities, be it tending to the composting toilet, or cleaning the laundry room.

Kroka students are delightful and inspiring young people, marching to a different drumbeat. They form a close-knit community as they learn to live in harmony and see the best in one another.

OTHER CAMP INFO: Kroka Expeditions is committed to awakening in young people a connection to nature and the spirit within, and a capacity for conscious living and compassionate service. We strive to achieve this through wilderness adventure, community living, farming, and the practice of traditional and indigenous skills. -Kroka teachers are an international group of outstanding educators who draw from Russian, Austrian, Ecuadorian, and American outdoor living traditions. -Our campus is a real village, where staff and students live side-by-side in a community made up of student-crafted traditional dwellings. -Kroka is a working farm, where students share in growing, harvesting, preparing, and eating. -We teach and practice traditional handwork skills using natural materials. -We are committed to the participation of all, regardless of ability to pay.

CAMP SESSION DATES & FEES:
This summer we are running more than 20 different programs through June, July and August that span 1-4 weeks in a variety of focus areas in Rock Climbing, White Water Paddling, Biking, Hiking, and Wilderness Skills. Kroka Expeditions was founded on the important principle of serving children and families regardless of income, therefore our tuition is a sliding scale based on annual income, and there are additional scholarship opportunities. Please visit our website at This Website Link or call our office at 603-835-9087 for more specific information on dates and rates.

SUMMER CAMP JOBS:
Wilderness Educators/Expedition Guides
Join a visionary community working on the cutting edge of outdoor education. Our international group of guides and educators envision, design and execute programs that have consistent life-changing impact on children and youth.
Schedule April - October 2016
Responsibilities
Educators will teach and support one to three weeklong wilderness programs for highly motivated students ages 9-18 at Kroka's base camp and on expeditions throughout New England and beyond including:
Canoeing expeditions
Open water and ocean expeditions
Multi-element expeditions
Base camp programs
Farm based programs
Summer programs within Kroka's seven adventure schools (introductory, rock climbing and caving, white water paddling, open water, mountain biking, wilderness skills, rite of passage)
Compensation & Benefits
Pay is based on Kroka's compensation scale.
Being part of a diverse and energetic community that is deeply engaged in making a positive difference in the world.
Room and board: simple and beautiful Kroka Village housing, and meals whenever you are on campus or traveling for Kroka. Ongoing adventure sports and wilderness skills training opportunities from master teachers.
STAFF QUALIFICATIONS FOR TEACHING POSITIONS:

Wilderness expedition experience in remote environments

Adventure sports expertise, or substantial experience and aspiration to become an expert in one of Kroka's adventure sports, such as white water paddling, rock climbing, caving, mountaineering, back-country skiing, cycling, or another adventure sport with similar set of skills.

Professional certifications: Wilderness First Responder and drivers license with clean record and experience driving trailers.
Commitment to personal fitness: Working at Kroka is physically demanding, and requires a high level of fitness. During the course of your work you will be expected to lift canoes, paddle for long hours, and participate joyously in many other strenuous activities. We are looking for employees who are dedicated to a personal fitness routine.
Love of teaching and mentoring children and youth: enjoys working with wide range of ages, documented and referenced previous teaching experience
Commitment to sustainability: Personal commitment to simple living, along with experience living in a community of people with simplified personal needs
The following qualifications and skills are a plus:

Professional certifications and education: Wilderness or Red Cross Lifeguard, college degree and/or equivalent life experience

Personal artistic skills: strong singing voice, handwork skills, visual and performing arts experience

International/cultural diversity: experience living, working, and traveling in other countries and cultures.
TO APPLY:
Please submit the following via postal mail, email to jobs[AT]kroka.org, or hand delivery!:
Letter of interest addressing these questions:
Why do you want to work at Kroka? How does it fit into your long-term career and life goals?
What unique personal/professional qualities will you bring to Kroka
What life experience do you bring in using your own hands to provide for your own food, shelter, clothing.
Personal Expedition Log (see example below)
Professional Resume
Two professional letters of recommendation (from a co-worker or supervisor)
Supporting materials (photographs, videos, artwork, handwork, articles, etc.).

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