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Aloha Foundation

  • 2899 Lake Morey Road, Fairlee, VT
  • www.alohafoundation.org

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Ropes Course Facilitator – Hulbert Outdoor Center Summer


Passionate about being outdoors? Passionate about working with kids? Like to climb stuff? Like to make people laugh? These are just some of the reasons to consider yourself for a role as a Ropes facilitator this summer. Learn a new skill, or progress your current skill set. Training is included in your work.


min experience

salary range

$300 - $500 / week

Additional Job Details

International Applicants Allowed?
Work Visa Sponsoring Available

Job Overview

Position Summary 

The Hulbert Outdoor Center, located in Fairlee, Vermont provides experiential education programs to people of all ages. Current programs include day and overnight options for school groups focused on teamwork, leadership, and environmental education, school vacation camps, Homeschool camps, afterschool programs, family camps, skills certifications, and community service programs. This position operates during the summer season will support the Ropes Courses of the Aloha Foundation managed by the Hulbert Outdoor Center.  


Key Responsibilities 

  • Facilitation of Ropes Courses for Aloha Foundation programming.  
  • Working with campers across wide age groups. 
  • Assist in the care of all ropes course equipment being sure to report all equipment issues to the Ropes Course Director 
  • Embrace challenge by choice, and assist participants in their challenges.  
  • Teach through experience 


  • Strong commitment to educate children and communities 
  • Energetic, and dedicated to all aspects of the work to create a strong community 
  • Experience working with children preferred 
  • Age 21(required for higher level positions) applicants age 16 and above encouraged to apply. 
  • Wilderness First aid (training available) 
  • Demonstrated experience teaching children, preferably in a residential camp environment. 
  • Able to attend mandatory training.  
  • Ability and desire to work positively and productively during long hours with children of diverse ages and abilities, outdoors in varied conditions. 
  • Willingness to take on varied tasks that support the program. 
  • Willingness to be flexible and to adapt your energy and work to meet the needs of the program. 
  • Comfortable with heights, and willingness tolearn new skills.  

Special Benefits

Onsite housing available for those who qualify.

Minimum Requirements

Wilderness First Aid

On site staff training

Vendor approved technical training( previous experience can be accepted)

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