Employment at Keewaydin and Songadeewin

Keewaydin Temagami Director

The Keewaydin Foundation seeks a full time director of our Canadian camp Keewaydin Temagami on Devil’s Island. The Keewaydin Temagami Director will report to the Executive Director of the Keewaydin Foundation and will assume overall responsibility for the Keewaydin Temagami operations which includes a summer camp for boys and girls with a capacity of approximately 180 campers and a staff of approximately 70.   The Director will also have responsibility for Ojibway Family Lodge programs, operations, and planning.  The Director also serves as part of the Foundation’s Executive Team and assists with external relations and fundraising. The position requires full time residence on Devil’s Island in Ontario, Canada for at least three months (June, July, August) and local residence in the Middlebury, VT or surrounding area year-round.  Travel for recruiting, alumni relations, and other Foundation-related needs is required.

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Program Staff

Keewaydin and Sonagdeewin are looking for responsible, mature and fun-loving adults with experience relevant to the camps’ programs. You must be at least 18 years old and a high school graduate to work at our summer camps, and 21 and a college graduate to work at the environmental center, KEEC.  For more information, contact:

For KEEC (Keewaydin Environmental Education Center), Tim Tadlock, [email protected]

For Keewaydin Dunmore, Pete Hare, [email protected]

For Keewaydin Temagami, Bruce Ingersoll, [email protected]

For Songedeewin of Keewaydin, Ellen Flight, [email protected]

For Ojibway Family Lodge, Tanya McCubbin, [email protected]


Our staff know how to have fun and have a deep sense of responsibility towards our campers. At Keewaydin and Songadeewin you will enjoy a meaningful summer where you will make a real difference in the lives of others.