Secrets Of A Great Camp Counselor – Our summer camp for girls and boys is only as good as the men and women who lead it. Many of our counselors return from the previous year, and many are Adirondack alumni; all are held to a high standard.
Summer Positions – Current openings for camp summer employment. Apply for positions in Water Sports, Land Sports, ADK Arts, Wilderness Adventure, Health Care, and camp support.
Adirondack U – Counselors are required to come to camp early for a dynamic orientation. Our goal is to form them into a cohesive unit with common goals and commitment to our tradition. We only want our overnight summer camp to be lead by men and women who share the same visions and values that we do.
Questions New Counselors Ask – Ask questions, get answers, and decide if you want to work at a traditional summer camp. Our counselor positions are exciting and challenging. Learn about your training, your responsibilities, your bunking arrangements, and more.
Important Dates – Arrive early, leave late! As a staffer at Adirondack, you’ll need to be ready to roll as soon as you arrive. Orientation, training, watching over the campers…it’s all part of working at a New York summer camp.
Travel Information – Find out how to get to camp. You can fly, ride a train, cruise in a bus, or drive your car. Please verify the date you need to arrive and tell us how you plan to get here. Pickups are available from the Burlington, Boston, and Albany airports on specific days and times.
Adirondack Camp is one of the premier summer camps in Upstate New York. We have jobs at camp for camp counselors in many different activity areas. We also have a rigorous CIT Program to prepare new camp counselors for the duties of cabin life, activity involvement and leadership. If you’re interested in joining the ranks of our exceptional camp counselors and camp CITs, then read on to see if Adirondack Camp is right for you.