Jobs and Summer Opportunities
CAMP ASPIRE (grades 3-8)
Ready to start a journey exploring robots, programming and AI? Jump into any one of our Beginner level camp courses to learn the basics of coding, robotics and more!
In each class, students will start by building and programming basic robots to do simple tasks and quickly progress to designing more complex robotic creations that will get them excited about engineering. Students will learn the basics of programming through fun, hands-on exploration, and troubleshooting in the context of real-world scenarios. Throughout each course, students will be working towards designing and building their own custom robot while tackling different AI concepts.
STONE BENCH PROJECT (ages 13-19)
Spring has arrived and we are optimistic about offering the Stone Bench Project in 2021. The two-week workshop is scheduled for June 28-July 2 & July 5-9 and we are once again able to offer it at no charge to teen participants through the generosity of donors and the United Way of Rutland County. Please review the attached materials and share them with youth who could benefit from participating in this fun and educational program.
GREEN MOUNTAIN CONSERVATION CAMP (ages 12-16)
Green Mountain Conservation Camp (GMCC) offers hands-on learning experiences about fish, wildlife, ecology, botany, forestry, hunter firearm safety, outdoor first aid, and so much more.
GMCC offers opportunities for hiking, canoeing, fishing, archery, .22 rifle and shotgun shooting, orienteering, and other fun activities. Campers have a unique opportunity to meet Vermont State Game Wardens, foresters, fisheries and wildlife biologists, and others who work in the outdoors.
Wildlife education and outdoor skills are the focus of GMCC and the program’s goal is to cultivate a caring attitude among our youth for Vermont’s fish and wildlife resources.
TACONIC HOTEL AND COPPER GROUSE
LONG TRAIL JOB FAIR
Thursday, June 10 at 3pm
Are you creative, passionate and entrepreneurial? Are you MacGyver–like in your ability to solve problems with a little ingenuity (and perhaps some duct tape)? Well then, we like you already. And there’s a spot for you on our team. Because for us, this business is not about building the best boutique hotels, restaurants and bars — it’s about people – the ones who work for us, who stay and dine with us, and who live in our communities. We are currently seeking team members for both full-time and part time positions for the summer.
- Front Desk Agent
- Restaurant support
- Public area attendant
Join us on June 10th at 3pm in Trillium C at the Taconic Hotel! Offer Chef’s hors d’oeuvres, snacks and beverages
Or apply online now
GIFT SHOP AT THE TACONIC HOTEL
DONUTS OF RUTLAND
- FT summer maintenance person: assist maintenance personnel with jobs at restaurants with interior/exterior work to get them ready for the season. Pay rate – $16-$17/ hr
- FT/PT bakers and donut finishers: openings position in Rutland restaurant were the central kitchen bakes on second shift. Pay rate – up to $18/hr based on experience/availability
Apply online at dunkindonuts.com/careers
DINA’S BAKE SHOP
- dishwasher/light prep, part to full time
- barista/counter: part time, may become full
These are both daytime, weekends, some midweek. Responsible, friendly, ready to join a hardworking team.
Leave a message at 802-768-8106.
EQUINOX RESORT AND SPA
The Equinox Resort in Manchester has on call, part time, seasonal and full time positions. Feel like driving guests for a fun wedding or function? F&B servers or bartenders. Front desk agent? Or how about the quiet consistency of working in laundry or a house person? Contact Renee Gudz at (802) 362-4700 to schedule a a phone call or interview. A great opportunity to meet great people!
MERCK FOREST SUMMER CAMP COUNSELOR
Merck Forest and Farmland in Rupert, VT is seeking to hire a summer camp counselor to work with students ranging in age from 1st to 8th grade in our outdoor, nature-based day camps.
The Gr. 1 – 3 and 4 – 6 camps will focus on the farm, forest and ponds and streams, with younger campers engaged in imaginative play and the older campers in inquiry and exploration. Grades 7 & 8 will be engaged in a trail crew camp, as they learn about land stewardship through projects and hands-on learning.
Under the supervision of our education manager, you will assist in planning, conducting, and supervising a variety of activities for campers, as well as assisting in the care and supervision of campers enrolled in our camps. You’ll work to help provide a fun, safe camp experience in the woods, on our farm, with our pond and streams., and on our trails. The position will allow camp counselors an opportunity to try out leadership skills as they interact with campers.
Qualifications: The ideal candidate will be at least 15 years old (10th grade or higher) with an interest in working with children in an outdoor setting, and have First Aid and CPR training, or be willing to attend a Wilderness First Aid and CPR training provided by Merck Forest. They will also be willing to attend a staff training prior to the camp start date. An ability to work as a team and a willingness to be flexible and ready to meet changing work needs and demands is essential. Experience, while helpful, is not required. Camp counselors should be able to hike 3 – 5 miles and be able to carry a minimum of 25 pounds.
Responsibilities and Expectations: The Merck Forest Camp Counselor will be responsible for assisting the lead educator in supervising campers from the ages of 6 to 13, as well as assisting in organizing and supervising camp activities. In addition, the camp counselor will assist with necessary supplies needed for camp and help maintain the camp and program areas. They will work with the lead educator to ensure a safe, fun, and educational experience for day campers.
The Merck Forest Camp Counselor will be expected to act in a positive manner with campers, parents, and staff, and act as a positive role model for campers. They should be willing to take the initiative to analyze and problem solve, as well as be open to feedback and have a desire to grow.
- Camps start June 14 and end August 6, with one week off where camps are not scheduled.
- Hours: 8:30 – 4:00 each Monday – Friday during camp weeks.
- Start date can be flexible given the end of the school year.
- To apply, email a resume of school and work experience to firstname.lastname@example.org by May 15. Interviews will be scheduled in following that date.
DORSET FIELD CLUB
Dorset Field Club has several openings for part-time work. Most of the openings are in the outside golf operation with things like loading and unloading golf bags, picking up the driving range, etc. They also have openings for bussers and dishwashers as well as the golf course maintenance crew. For more information, please contact Patrick McGuire, General Manager, at (802)867-5539 or (802)458-5208.
Ralph Lauren is currently looking for a few part-time associates to join their team in Manchester. They hire starting at age 16 and are very flexible with hours. Please stop in for an application. You may contact Shauna Holcomb at (802) 362-2340.
VERMONT STATE PARKS
Vermont state parks have many jobs available to graduating high school seniors. As a member of the State Parks team, new hires will have the opportunity to spend their summer in a gorgeous outdoor setting and provide high quality customer service, general maintenance, groundskeeping and park office services. Perks include free state park admission, fishing licenses and free admission to Vermont attractions as well as the satisfaction of providing joyful and meaningful park experiences to Vermonters and visitors. Contact: Rochelle Skinner at email@example.com or (802) 522-0841
Spend the summer outside living next to a lake!
Timberlake, a seven-week, residential summer camp in Plymouth, VT, is seeking male and gender non-binary staff for its 2021 season. Experience working with children is a plus, as is experience with carpentry, gardening, animal husbandry, rock climbing, camping outdoors, lifeguarding, arts and crafts, first aid, and more. Training, certifications, and other professional development available.
Farm and Wilderness, Timberlake’s parent organization, believes strongly in the values of inclusivity and equity and endeavors to create an environment that is welcoming to all. We are committed to building community while mitigating the risks of the ongoing pandemic.
Applicants should be prepared to spend two months at camp from June 18 to August 19. This will involve living in a three-walled cabin and spending significant amounts of time looking after children. Applicants must be 18 by July 3rd, 2021. Salary starts at $2,600 and includes room and board.
Those interested may seek more information and apply online here.
Further questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.