The Aloha Foundation is a Vermont-based nonprofit that provides summer camps, family camps and education programs emphasizing simplicity, the outdoors and living in community. Our mission is to inspire people of all ages to learn, explore, grow and be their best selves.  The Aloha Foundation is an inclusive organization that welcomes people from all backgrounds.  We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age, mental or physical disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, minor children, receipt of public assistance, HIV status, or place of birth with respect to: employment and volunteer participation.

Our programs operate year-round on over 1300 acres of woods, hills and fields – and we serve people across the lifespan, but predominantly children. We are Aloha Camp (overnight summer camp for 6th-10th grade girls), Aloha Hive (overnight summer camp for 1st-6th grade girls), Lanakila (overnight summer camp for 3rd to 8th grade boys), Horizons (co-ed day camp for 1st-7th grade children), Ohana Family Camp (families and events) and the Hulbert Outdoor Center (outdoor education, professional conferences, school programs).

To apply for a counselor or support staff position, please read these instructions and then follow this link to set up a FluidReview account: https://aloha-foundation.fluidreview.com.

Please email Cheryl McKinley if you have any question about the application process.

If you would like more information about working at the Hulbert Outdoor Center, please email Jason Knowles.

If you would like more information about working at Ohana Camp, please email. Vanessa Riegler.

Questions & Answers for New Counselors & Staff

2012 blog post from the New York Times about the important choice to become a wonderful camp counselor.

What to Expect from Your Summer Job, 2013 blog post from the American Camp Association