Ready for the adventure of a lifetime?
Do you want to live and work in the Redwood Forest of West Sonoma County in a community of 15 fun people dedicated to holistic education, making a difference in kid’s lives and changing the world?
Are you interested in delivering innovative science curriculum developed by the BEETLES Program of the Lawrence Hall of Science: research based, field tested and aligned with Next Generation Science Standards?
Would you like to spend each week with your own Exploration Group of 11-13 students facilitating an experience that deepens their connection to self, others, nature and God (or “Spirit of Love” or “Source energy” or “Universe” or “Insert name that suits you here!”)
Caritas Creek at CYO Camp offers a unique combination of science curriculum aligned with Next Generation Science Standards, retreat style activities and group challenges for classes of students in the 5-8 grades. During the week, they are exposed to a series of themes, hikes, activities and lessons designed to promote learning, awareness and character development on multiple levels: personal, social, environmental and spiritual.
- Bachelor's degree in education, environmental studies, geography, biology, psychology, sociology, or related disciplines
- Experience in working with children ages 10‑14 (experience working with children from a variety of ethnic and socio-economic backgrounds helpful)
- First Aid/CPR Certification
$81.60 per day plus $500 medical reimbursement
Cost-free housing and Board
Send resume, cover letter and questions to: Paul Raia – Associate Director
(707) 874-0226 Web Site