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Summer Camp

We are currently hiring staff for our summer! Why Work at CWES Summer Camp?

  • Live, play and work in the great outdoors
  • Learn leadership skills
  • Make new friends
  • Build teamwork skills
  • Be a positive mentor and role model
  • The kids are awesome
  • Earn money with few expenses

Summer 2024 Counselor Naturalist

Summer 2024 Health Care Counselor

Testimonials from Past CWES Summer Staff

“As a counselor and naturalist at CWES, I was able to share my love of the natural world with hundreds of kids. I have never held a job as intrinsically rewarding. This is an opportunity to spend your summer outdoors with tons of amazing kids and some incredible fellow counselors. I cannot imagine my life without this experience.” – Isabel K.
“Working at CWES is a milestone in my career and an amazing experience for counselor and camper alike. I wish I could have experienced camp as a camper with such amazing staff.” – Omar C.
“My favorite part about last summer was making great memories, and having made even greater friends to share them with.” – Lewis Z.
“My favorite thing about working at CWES was the people: campers and staff. The kids are so much fun to get to know every week. The most rewarding part of the job for me was when they got excited about something I showed them at camp. The staff was also a blast to work with. It was so refreshing to be around people who love their jobs and be a part of a great team.” – Clauda DV.
“My favorite part of working at CWES was getting paid to be outside all day every day and teaching some of my favorite activities to eager minds. I also loved the little family I created from my job at CWES, and the friendships I formed that will last me for the rest of my life.” – Abbie TM.
“Working at CWES was an incredible adventure that gave me new experiences and memories that I will never forget. But most importantly, the deep friendships I made will always hold a place in my heart.” – Adam R.

Graduate Assistants

The CWES Graduate Assistantship is a unique opportunity for those interested in gaining teaching, mentoring and supervisory experience in the environmental education field while pursuing a Masters in Environmental Education and Interpretation. The assistantship is a two-year commitment.  The next graduate assistantship begins each May.  If you are interested, please contact Tom Quinn, Director, at 715-346-2705.