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  • Do you need to get an internship, but aren’t ready to chain yourself to a desk and waste your summer inside?
  • Are you supposed to get an internship, but really need to make some money as well?
  • Are you looking for something to beef up your resume in the areas of leadership, communication skills, and more?

Reach out to us!

Benefits of Interning at Camp Sewataro*
  • Build Critical Skills - You will gain skills sought after by employers. 21st Century Skills such as creativity, problem solving, flexibility, collaboration, organization, planning and communication are just a few of the strengths you’ll build throughout the summer.
  • Networking Opportunities - You will have access to our network of current staff and alumni to connect with to create connections that can provide a link to future internships and job opportunities in a variety of careers.
  • Hands on Leadership Experience - Whether you are a Group Leader supervising a group of campers or developing and leading programs, your experience will positively influence the next generation. This is a hands-on leadership experience in which you will engage in active decision-making, behavior management, and team development.

Many schools offer college credit for camp internships, particularly in the fields of education, sports management, coaching, culinary arts, performing arts, music, fine arts, counseling, social work, communications, or nursing.

How Internships Work at Sewataro

Summer internships at camp typically last for two months, although some roles will cover a longer time period. During this time, interns will gain over 300 hours of experience working with children and in their chosen field of expertise.

Summer Interns receive a salary in addition to internship credit. Interns will also be given time for the necessary projects and mentoring throughout the summer. If you are interested in creating an internship opportunity with us please first consult with your college’s Career Services office about internship requirements. You may also need to speak with the head of your academic department.