Just add water.
Waterfront jobs are some of the highest in demand by camps in the US.
The lake and pool are core aspects of summer camp life and are often the centre of many activities, including camp-wide pool parties.
Waterfront jobs at camp are for anyone who has knowledge in a water based skill area and can instruct with energy.
Watersport instructor jobs in America definitely vary and offer a lot of diversity each day. It’s certainly busy - campers will come to the lake shore or beach every session - everyone loves to cool off, jump in and go on the inflatables. Work as a lifeguard or a watersport instructor at a camp this summer and have an absolute blast.
Whatever floats your boat, there's a role for you.
Sailing & Boating
Spending your summer on the lake, helping campers improve on their boating skills is a great way to spend your days.
With a variety of boats, put your skipper skills to the test and truly become the captain.
One of the most important roles at summer camp.
Spend your summer in and around the water. Being a lifeguard certifies you as the owner of the best job in the coolest of places.
Many campers come to camp not knowing a stroke but leave being able to swim.
Be a part of their journey this summer and teach a skill which will give them the freedom in the water.
Waterskiing & Wakeboarding
Possibly the coolest job at camp, being a wakeboard or waterskiing instructor will ramp your summer up to new heights.
Kayaking & Canoeing
Whether on the lake or on the rapids it’s great to be out on the water. Canoeing and kayaking are both popular sports at camp. Take a group out on an excursion or teach paddle strokes to a first time camper. It’s always fun down at the waterfront.