Farm & Wilderness offers a full range of employment opportunities; year round, summer staff and seasonal interns for both our farm and maintenance needs.
Our year-round administrative offices are home to an amazing team of hard-working people who spend all year running the F&W programs and operating the F&W farm and facilities. We seek dedicated, smart and well-rounded team-players for our openings.
We are currently hiring for a Capital Campaign Director. Please read more details here.
Each year we hire approximately 230 summer positions at Farm & Wilderness. These positions include cabin counselors, camp program staff, lifeguards, drivers, cooks, nurses and nurses’ assistants and other camp support staff. Spend your summer at one of our rustic, simple-living summer camps, where we focus on community, home grown fun and living closely with the natural world. Working at Farm & Wilderness is an exciting learning opportunity for exceptional persons of all backgrounds. Working side-by-side, staff guide campers through fun-filled, adventurous, and educational programs that change people’s lives—campers and staff alike!
Applicants should be conscientious, responsible, and community-minded people who value and enjoy working with children.
For more information on becoming summer staff, please explore the Employment section of our website.
Please check back in early 2017 for summer jobs.
In addition to our year-round employees, we hire seasonal Interns/Crew to assist with the hard, but rewarding work that is required to maintain our facilities, care for our farms and welcome our guests. F&W offers seasonal farm, facilities and retreat Internships and crew positions for people 21 and older who are seeking a more intensive community living and work experience. These work crews began in the early 1970′s simply to insure that the buildings, grounds, animals, and gardens for the F&W summer camps were well maintained, improved and prepared for the following summer. “Crew” has evolved to have its own educational components and an emphasis on community building, leadership training and specific work apprenticeships.
Farm Interns are hired from April to October to assist the Farm Managers in the care of livestock, barns and gardens, as well as help administer activities such as homesteading, crafting, and food preservation within the summer camps and other programs.
Buildings and Grounds Interns assist the Resource Department in grounds maintenance, building projects, equipment repair, and other activities that maintain and improve the camps.
Retreat Center Staff assist the Operations Director in off-season events to include preparing meals and set up for retreat groups, weddings, meetings, and other events held at Farm & Wilderness.