The Aloha Foundation
The Aloha Foundation is a non-profit organization nestled in the Upper Valley of Vermont. We offer five summer camps, a year-round outdoor educational center, and other educational and recreational programs. Our mission is to inspire people of all ages to learn, explore, grow, and become their best selves.
Our six main programs are: Aloha Camp (overnight summer camp for 8th-10th grade girls), Aloha Hive (overnight summer camp for 3rd-7th grade girls), Lanakila (overnight summer camp for 3rd-8th grade boys), Horizons (co-ed day camp for Pre-K-7th grade children), Ohana Family Camp (families and events) and the Hulbert Outdoor Center (outdoor education, professional conferences, school programs).
If you have questions about the application process, please email Human Resources.
Inclusion & Diversity
The Aloha Foundation believes a diverse community makes us stronger. We are inclusive and welcome staff, campers, and participants of all races, genders, and backgrounds. We aim to help people become their best selves by creating a community rooted in the values of trust, safety, and belonging.
YEAR-ROUND JOB OPPORTUNITIES!
Ohana Family Camp Director (posted 1/19/2021)
SEASONAL JOB OPPORTUNITIES!
We are hiring for the 2021 season! In addition to camp counselor positions, we have openings in our camp offices, health houses, kitchens, and on our housekeeping crew.
To submit a staff application, please send us your name and email address. A member of our team will create your user account and email you with further instructions. Emails are sent Monday through Friday during normal business hours and may take up to 24 hours. If you have any questions, please email email@example.com.
Already started a staff application but need to log back in to finish? Log into your Staff Account here.
To learn more about working as a camp counselor, please see our Camp Counselor Job Description 2021.
Most staff at our camps & programs are adults 18 and over with the following exceptions:
- Horizons counselors are 10th grade graduates or older
- Kitchen assistants at Horizons, Hulbert, and Ohana are 16 years old and older.
- Counselor-in-training positions are not open to the general public. Please contact the camp director for more information.
If you would like more information about working at one of the Aloha Foundation programs, please email the Director below:
- Aloha: Sarah Gordon Littlefield
- Hive: Ellie Thompson Pennell
- Lanakila: Bryan Partridge
- Horizons Day Camp: Stuart Fairbairn
- Hulbert Outdoor Center: Nick Wood
- Ohana: Vanessa Mendillo Riegler
The Aloha Foundation, Inc. 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.