Skip the Winter – Work a Summer at Camp In America!
– Summer Camp for 2020 is now closed –
Skip Winter – Work the Summer at a Camp in America!
– Summer Camp USA 2020 is now closed –
WHY SUMMER CAMP USA?
Why not skip winter and join the 1000’s of other Kiwis who travel overseas to work at summer camps in America. It will be the ultimate three month American adventure filled with new mates, fun and sun! Best of all we will GUARANTEE you a camp counsellor job or your money back!
Summer Camp USA is becoming the top choice for Kiwis because of our low program fees (save up to $200 with us – why pay more?), high salaries (make more money with us – simple) and the most personal service on the market!
With over 20 years’ experience of placing Kiwis at camp and with more than a thousand camps to choose from taking your gap year with Summer Camp USA is the best choice. We recruit people for all types of camp counselor jobs like watersports, outdoor activities, land sports, horse riding, lifeguarding, performing arts, arts & crafts… the list goes on.
When it comes to summer camp in America we are the experts – we know what camps want. Applying early will give you the best chance of scoring your dream job. Start the adventure and apply today!
If that isn’t incentive enough – apply for Summer Camp USA and you will go in the draw to win your program fees back!
If you want us to get in touch about what Summer Camp USA is all about – fill out the form below and we will be in touch by phone and email within a day or two!
Summer Camp USA Enquiry Form
JEREMY’S SUMMER CAMP EXPERIENCE
“I was at camp Wayne for boys in Pennsylvania. I worked on the waterfront and was a Wakeboard/Water-ski instructor and boat driver. Waterfront was the place to be as we got to play in the sun and in the water all day. The children loved our waterfront as we had…”
JESSICA’S SUMMER CAMP EXPERIENCE
“It’s hard to pinpoint exactly how camp changes you, but just being there had a huge impact on me. The entire experience was really positive and challenging! It was hard work, but it was a lot of fun…”