At Brooks School Summer Programs, we offer more than just a summer job; we provide a transformative experience. Joining our team means immersing yourself in an environment where lifelong friendships are forged, and valuable skills are honed for a lifetime of success.

We extend an invitation to you to become a part of our team, embarking on a journey marked by personal growth, meaningful connections, and the gratification of making a profound impact on the lives of our campers. Come and be a part of Brooks School Summer Programs, where you’ll create cherished memories that will stay with you forever.

To explore the many benefits of working at our camp, discover our organizational values, understand what you can expect when you join our team, and find out how to apply, simply click on the tabs below. We look forward to welcoming you!

As you consider joining the Brooks School Summer Programs team, we want to emphasize the profound and lasting impact this experience will have on your personal and professional journey.

  1. Skill Development: At our camp, you’ll actively develop essential life skills, including leadership, effective communication, teamwork, problem-solving, and conflict resolution.
  2. Resume Enhancement: Your time with us will not only create cherished memories but also elevate your resume, particularly if you’re pursuing a career in education, childcare, or a related field.
  3. Networking: Forge connections with a diverse community, including fellow staff members, campers’ families, and professionals in related fields, expanding your network and opening new opportunities.
  4. Personal Growth: Camp work nurtures personal growth, fostering self-confidence and independence as you embrace responsibilities and conquer new challenges.
  5. Fun and Enjoyment: Immerse yourself in a joyful and fulfilling experience, engaging in fun activities and creating lasting memories with enthusiastic campers.
  6. Positive Work Environment: Become part of a vibrant community united by a shared passion for creating unforgettable summers for campers. Experience the energy and positivity that defines our camp.
  7. Flexibility: Enjoy the convenience of weekday operations at Brooks School Summer Programs, catering to students and those seeking summer employment without night or weekend commitments.
  8. Experience with Diverse Groups: Collaborate with campers from diverse backgrounds, fostering cultural sensitivity and promoting awareness of diversity.
  9. Leadership Opportunities: Explore various leadership roles within our camp, stepping into positions like team leader or activity head to showcase your leadership potential.
  10. Outdoor Experience: If you’re an outdoor enthusiast, our summer day camp provides the perfect backdrop to connect with nature and partake in thrilling outdoor activities.
  11. Rewarding Impact: Leave a lasting, positive imprint on children’s lives by offering them a safe and enriching summer experience they’ll treasure forever.
  12. Sense of Community: Join our extended camp family, where a profound sense of community thrives among staff members, creating bonds that often extend beyond the summer season.

We invite you to take this opportunity to embark on a journey of personal and professional growth with us. Brooks School Summer Programs is not just a job; it’s an enriching adventure that will resonate with you for years to come.

We understand the immense trust parents place in us when sending their children to camp. At Brooks, we take this responsibility seriously and are committed to creating an environment that prioritizes safety and well-being. Through our “Summer Begins at Brooks” initiative, we aim to provide campers with a transformative experience, offering opportunities for both emotional and physical growth. Our ultimate goal is to offer a fun, exhilarating summer that empowers campers to develop self-confidence, achieve social milestones, and cultivate leadership skills.

Our Summer Programs team is carefully crafted each season, comprising alumni, students, and faculty from regional schools and colleges. We seek individuals who possess not only the right qualifications and professional training but also those with exceptional personality, character, and maturity, as well as a genuine passion for working with children.

As a member of our staff, you’ll thrive in a supportive community environment. We understand the value of your contributions, and our competitive salaries reflect the role, education level, skills, and experience you bring to the team. We are committed to ensuring that your time with us is both professionally fulfilling and personally rewarding.

Join our team at Brooks School Summer Programs and become a part of our mission to create memorable, life-enriching experiences for campers while fostering your own growth and development. Your dedication and enthusiasm are truly appreciated, and we look forward to welcoming you into our camp family.

Our comprehensive staff orientation program spans multiple days before the campers’ arrival, offering an excellent opportunity for you to connect with your colleagues while meticulously planning and preparing for our exciting opening day. During this time, we revisit our summer goals and utilize various resources to equip you for a successful season ahead.

In addition to our orientation program, we hold all-camp staff meetings on alternate Mondays. These gatherings provide a platform for us to collectively assess the camp’s overall performance, share important announcements, and engage in discussions aimed at enhancing our operations.

Furthermore, we understand the importance of individual camper support. That’s why we organize weekly group meetings, led by dedicated group coordinators. These sessions are designed to facilitate discussions, planning, and collaboration to meet the unique needs of each camper under your care.

At Brooks School Summer Programs, our office operates under an open-door policy. We encourage you to reach out to our director, supervisors, and coordinators informally whenever you have questions or concerns. Your feedback and communication are highly valued as we work together to create an exceptional summer experience for our campers and staff alike.

Anti-Racism Statement

Brooks School strives to be an anti-racist school, understanding that this work is continuous and is central to our role as an educational institution. Racism and other forms of systemic oppression are deeply rooted in all institutional and societal structures: We condemn institutional racism and white supremacy in all forms, including those that exist at Brooks. As a community that values each member’s sense of belonging, our goal is to foster an inclusive environment in which everyone can live, work and learn free from prejudice, discrimination and marginalization. While we recognize that racism occurs both intentionally and unintentionally and is often a result of unconscious bias, we also know that its presence hinders our ability to provide the most meaningful educational experience our students will have in their lives. Therefore, at Brooks School we are united in the fight to identify, acknowledge and dismantle systems of oppression and inequality. In order to do this work effectively, we will draw on our foundation: strong community, core values, and commitment to care, support and growth of every member of the community.

EEO Statement

Brooks School does not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, color, sexual orientation, disability, or religion in the administration of its educational policies, admission policies, employment policies, financial aid and loan programs, athletic programs, and other school-administered programs and activities.

  • Be of good character and reputation.
  • Be able and willing to create a safe, positive environment for children.
  • Be sensitive to and understand individual and cultural differences within a diverse population of children and staff.
  • Attend all of the required staff orientation, training days, and meetings during the program season
  • Obtain any licenses or certificates applicable to the job before the start of the program season.
  • Be able and willing to accept training, feedback, and supervision.
  • Follow the policies and procedures as outlined in the Brooks School Summer Programs Staff Handbook.
  • Have no prior or current arrests for or convictions of a barrier crime.
  • Pass a Criminal Offender Record Information check.
  • Pass a Sexual Offender Registry Information check.
  • Get fingerprint clearance before employment.
  • Be 16 (sixteen) years of age on or before June 17 AND have completed three years of the Brooks School Leaders-In-Training Program. If you are at least 18 (eighteen) years of age on or by June 17, the Leaders-In-Training Program’s successful completion requirement is waived.

As we welcome back many of our dedicated team members year after year, we also actively seek highly qualified candidates to join our team. Please take a moment to complete the form below, and we will contact you shortly.