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The Camp Aranzazu team
- Is respectful, dependable, empathetic, trustworthy, and honest.
- Is collaborative, friendly, and willing to help.
- Uses the camp's financial, natural and other resources wisely.
- Takes on big challenges, works hard, and exceeds expectations.
- Is inclusive and accepting of everyone.
- Values enthusiasm, humor, and FUN!
Are you a motivated individual looking for an opportunity to work along the Texas Gulf Coast with an experienced facilities expert? If so, check out our newest opening for a facility supervisor. Camp wouldn't be possible without our incredible facilities team!
In cooperation with the Facility Manager, the Facilities Supervisor will coordinate the maintenance and repair of the camp’s grounds, pools and equipment, consistent with the instruction from the facility manager and in line with the mission and established policies and procedures of the camp. If you have any questions, contact our Facility Manager, Taylor Floyd, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Make sure to check out the job description. To apply, email your resume to Taylor Floyd.
Summer Activity Leader
Every year, Camp Aranzazu hires roughly 20 college aged individuals with varying skill sets to work as Activity Leaders from mid-May to mid-August. Activity Leaders have the fun and impactful job of enriching the lives of our campers with special needs through unique camping, environmental studies and retreat experiences in Rockport, TX.
Activity Leaders facilitate a variety of activities including, but not limited to arts and crafts, archery, high and low challenge courses, sports and games, kayaking, stand up paddle boarding, fishing, sailing, swimming, nature sessions and more!
Benefits of this paid position include room and board and the potential to satisfy fieldwork and internship requirements in various fields of study. The buttons below include the additional documentation you will need to apply for the Activity Leader position. Email your completed application, resume and two unique and completed reference forms to our Assitant Camp Director, Amanda Praet, and prepare for the summer camp experience of a lifetime!
If you have any questions, contact our Assistant Camp Director, Amanda Praet, at email@example.com.
Imagine a position that allows you to work with campers each day and have a beautiful view of Copano Bay along the Texas Gulf Coast.
Camp Aranzazu seeks someone with strong sailing experience to supervise our summer sailing program from mid-May through August 2020. The Sailing Supervisor will ensure that Camp Aranzazu provides a safe environment for children with special medical, physical, emotional, social or financial needs to experience sailing. Camp sessions include day camp sessions, as well as residential sessions that last from one to six nights. If you have any questions, contact our Camp Director, Amelia Haslam, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Make sure to check out the job description. To apply, email your resume to Amelia Haslam.
Summer Art Instructor
Do you have a passion for providing fine arts education and working with a committed staff of people dedicated to enriching the lives of children and adults with special needs and chronic illnesses?
Camp Aranzazu seeks someone with art teaching experience to supervise our summer fine arts program from mid-May through mid-August 2020. The Art Instructor will ensure that Camp Aranzazu provides an intentional, expressive, and safe environment for children with special medical, physical, emotional, and/or social needs to create and experience fine arts. Camp session include day camp sessions, as well as residential sessions that last from one to six nights. If you have any questions, contact our Camp Director, Amelia Haslam, at email@example.com.
Make sure to check out the job description below. To apply, email your resume to Amelia Haslam.
Activity Leader Testimonials
Getting to know our campers and witnessing their strength and positivity has truly made me want to be a better human…It also has shaped my career path and what I want to do with my degree. Who I can help and who really needs it.Emilie Killebrew, Activity Leader for Summer 2019