Come spend your summer outside in beautiful Maine! Located on Thompson Lake, Kohut’s 100 acre campus is the best possible place to spend your summer.
Activities in our Music Department include instrumental (e.g.: piano, violin, trumpet, guitar) and vocal. Applicants should have experience in at least one of these areas and experience working with kids.
Our residential summer camp is for boys and girls ages 7-16 with a camper and staff population from all over the world. Campers have an elective schedule meaning instructors will be teaching kids who want to learn and experience the activities.
Compensation package includes salary, travel allowance, opportunities for bonuses, laundry, room and board, a referral program, internet, time off, and access to camp facilities. For more information check out www.kampkohut.com and our social media pages. College internship credit available.
We are hiring for a number of different positions on camp. Please inquire about other opportunities.
About Kamp Kohut:
Kamp Kohut is a traditional, residential summer camp for children ages 7 to 15. Our program runs with up to 200 campers in each four-week session. We hire approximately 120 staff members. They are typically college-age and come from around the world.
Kohut offers a wide range of activities, from water sports to adventure courses to land sports to creative and performing arts to media and everything in between! If you don’t see a particular activity on the list, we may offer it as a “Daily Choice.” Have any suggestions? We love it when our staff bring new and exciting ideas to the Kohut program!
We are looking to hire dynamic and enthusiastic staff to instruct activities, live with campers, and be a part of the exciting adventure at Kamp Kohut.
When it comes to the perfect setting for a great summer camping experience, Kamp Kohut offers the opportunity of a life-time. Surrounded by spectacular Lake Thompson, Kamp Kohut occupies a world of its own and we would love for you to be a part of it! Rich with the finest Maine camping traditions, our two four-week programs promote unity and camp spirit, as well as self-expression and growth.