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Enriched Maverick's Summer Camps are led by dedicated, passionate professionals united by our mission to enrich children’s lives.

We place a great value on staff training and development. As a staff member at a Enriched Maverick's Summer  Camps, you will have the opportunity to develop essential skills that will help you succeed in life. These skills include leadership, team work, creative problem solving, communication, time management and more.


You will also gain the experience of working in a professional environment with high expectations and accountability. You will be supported by an experienced leadership team that is invested in your success and helping you grow. Our camps are all about the people. We invite you to apply to become a part of our mission to enrich children’s lives.

Starting January 2021, we will be collecting applications for the two positions listed below. 

Young Teacher
German Teacher


Experienced professionals are selected to be the Head Counselor  and are an integral part of the Managment Team at camp. We offer competitive salaries and benefits to attract the top talent.

Head Counselor  have a high level of expertise in their area including experience supervising, teaching, and coaching children ages 5-15 as well as staff. They are self-starters, flexible, organized and creative. Areas of responsibility include:

  • Supervise and instruct during activity periods

  • Prepare and facilitate orientation for program area staff

  • Staff scheduling

  • Curriculum design for campers age 7-15

  • Facility and Equipment Maintenance

  • Activity staff performance reviews for the Directors

  • Coaching/Teaching education for area staff

  • Assist and participate in Evening Activities and Special Events


General counselors are invaluable staff members who spend their whole day with one group of campers. They are role models who assist and motivate campers whether they are trying to learn a new skill or they have concerns about an issue or idea. Throughout the day general counselors monitor and participate in the group's activities and do everything in their power to make each of their campers' summer the most memorable yet. General counselors must be fun-loving, patient and genuinely concerned for the welfare and development of young people.

Areas of responsibility include:

  • Creating class room environments that are fun as well as emotionally and physically safe.

  • plan, supervise, and instruct in their area. Depending on the activity area, specialists may instruct with other specialists or independently.




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