At Indian Brook, we hire individuals meeting a minimum age requirements 18+ for cabin staff and activity support and 21+ for leadership and leadership support roles. Nurtured by a supportive and compassionate staff, each girl aged 9 to 14 is encouraged to develop self-confidence, new skills, and an abiding joy.

Also for older campers, F&W also offers a Junior Counselor program;  follow this link for more details.

For more information on becoming staff at IB explore the Employment section of our website to complete an application. Applicants should be conscientious, responsible, and community-minded people who value and enjoy working with girls, trans, and gender-expansive youth.

Megan Chamberlain
Indian Brook Director
Megan Chamberlain has worked exclusively in experiential education. She is a New Hampshire native and 2002 graduate of the University of New Hampshire with a degree in Outdoor Education, She comes to Farm & Wilderness after her recent time as a director of two girls camps in Vermont. Megan also has directed outdoor-based experiences in various settings like the Aloha Foundation's Hulbert Outdoor Center, the University of Vermont’s ropes course, and in residential therapeutic programs throughout New Hampshire and Vermont. When she is not enjoying time at camp, you can find Megan coaching girls on a run team, practicing yoga, knitting, canoeing, and stoking the wood-burning stove in her yurt where she lives in Thetford, VT.  
Sarah Maney
Red Spruce Grove Associate Director
Sarah grew up in Massachusetts and has been a back-country guide and facilitator since graduating from the Outdoor Leadership Program at Greenfield Community College in 2010.  Over the years, she has worked outside with people of many ages, identities and abilities, in various sports and outdoor activities. Sarah received her bachelor’s degree in Neuroscience Psychology from U-Mass, Amherst where she studied how people perceive risk and make decisions. Sarah also has extensive back country medical and emergency preparedness training. Sarah is currently pursuing a Master’s Degree in Adventure Education from Prescott College with a focus on social and environmental justice. Sarah said, “I love to climb, bike, hike, build things and grow food! I am particularly excited to be working with the Indian Brook campers this summer (my favorite age group), deepening connections and congruence with ourselves, each other, and the beyond human world. I look forward to meeting you!”