Hiring: 3-Season Instructor/Facilitators & Summer Camp Instructors


Introducing kids and adults to gorgeous wilderness areas in the DC area, Calleva Instructors facilitate outdoor adventure camps & traveling programs!

‘Adventure is not in the guidebooks and beauty is not on the maps.’

For over 25 years, Calleva has built a reputation for excellence and innovation in outdoor education and outdoor adventure programming. Their mission is to get people of all ages outdoors, providing an educational and challenging environment that promotes personal growth, group cooperation and leadership skill through outdoor activities.

Over the years, Calleva has developed its own unique brand of outdoor adventure that encompasses summer camp, environmental education and small scale sustainable farming. Rather than headquarter all of their activities in a single location, they have created an innovative variety of mobile programming, taking participants to the best parks, trails, rivers and rocks in the region while operating a 165-acre educational farm in Montgomery County's Agricultural Reserve.

Introducing kids and adults to gorgeous wilderness areas in the DC area, Calleva Instructors facilitate outdoor adventure camps and traveling programs for groups in Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia.

3-Season Instructor/Facilitators:

During the spring and fall season, Outdoor Education Facilitators lead 5th–10th grade school students on day and multi-day programs including outdoor adventures, environmental and agricultural education and Calleva’s unique forest ropes challenge course. During the summer months, three season staff either lead or co-lead adventure-based camp programs.

Duration: 7 months (April to November)

Summer Camp Instructors:

As passionate, experienced outdoor adventurers, Summer Camp Instructors are certified and trained in a specific activity and facilitate week long outdoor adventure day camps, residential camps and traveling overnights for youth ages 8-14. Activities include art in nature, caving, canoeing, rock climbing, fishing, farming, horseback riding, kayaking, mountain biking, rafting, sailing, stand-up paddleboarding and general camping. Instructors facilitate a new adventure pursuit each week and lead small groups of campers as they explore a variety of outdoor recreation sites.

Applicants for an Instructor position should have great communication, teaching and leadership skills, plus a strong sense of responsibility and professionalism. They should possess extensive experience in their field of expertise and enthusiasm for sharing outdoor adventures with campers. A positive attitude, fun, flexibility and a strong work ethic are essential.

Duration: 3 Months (May 22nd to August 31st)