Employment

Year-Round Positions:

The Keewaydin Foundation – Salisbury, VT, USA

Positions:

The Keewaydin Foundation seeks to hire a Coordinator of Alumni Relations/Records, a key member of the successful Keewaydin Foundation Development Team.  This staff member is responsible for managing specific projects in the areas of database management, fundraising, communications, and constituent relations (e.g., donor, alumni, parent, and friend relations).

Applicants are required to have a minimum of three years’ recent database management; Raisers’ Edge experience a plus.  The successful candidate will work out of our Keewaydin Foundation Office in Salisbury, VT.   Some weekend and evening work is required.  Applicants will need to send in a cover letter, resume and three references to Mary Welz at [email protected] by February 26.  Click to view the full job description.

Summer Positions:

Keewaydin Dunmore and Songadeewin – Lake Dunmore, VT, USA

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. Seeking 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.

Positions:

  • Camp Staff
  • Camp Nurses

For more information, contact:
Keewaydin Dunmore, Pete Hare, [email protected]
Songedeewin of Keewaydin, Ellen Flight, [email protected]

Keewaydin Temagami- Lake Temagami, Ontario, Canada

Positions (click for full description):

For more information, contact:
Emily Shoelzel, [email protected]

Ojibway Family Lodge – Lake Temagami, Ontario, Canada

For more information, contact:
Tanya McCubbin, [email protected]

Spring / Fall Positions:

Keewaydin Environmental Education Center (KEEC) – Lake Dunmore, VT, USA

Must be 21 or older and a college graduate to work at KEEC.  Please note that the KEEC program will not be running for the Spring of 2021.

For more information, contact:
Tim Tadlock, [email protected]