Working at The Woodlands
As a member of The Woodlands staff, you will learn about yourself and others, enjoy new and challenging experiences and make a positive difference in the lives of our participants. If you have a genuine interest in enriching the lives of children and adults with disability and chronic illness, then The Woodlands is the place for you!
Learn how the members of The Woodlands Summer Team develop unparalleled clinical and professional skills. Download our Career Skills Packet.Career Skills Packet
The Woodlands is seeking caring and passionate young leaders to join our Summer Programs Team for our Camp Season, June 1st –August 13th!
10-Week Service Positions Include…
Positions include opportunities for continued employment on weekends during the school year!
Interested applicants should by email to Patrick Joyal, Talent Acquisition Coordinator, NO LATER THAN WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 16TH at 5:00PM to be included in our Group Interview Process! Group Process at the Woodlands is a fun, challenging evening full of hands-on opportunities to demonstrate your students’ strengths and abilities!
As Summer Camp Staff at the Woodlands, Your Students Will…
Gain hands-on experience. Staff support a variety of populations, age ranges, and diagnoses; each week of camp has a specific theme and serves a specific age group.
Learn by doing. Team members build their repertoire of support, encouragement, redirection (as needed) and personal care skills throughout our 10 weeks.
Are provided housing and meals free of charge. Staff stay on campus Sunday-Friday evening during camp weeks with no direct living expenses (even the washing machines are free!). Counselors are given Saturdays off and are provided evening breaks throughout the camp week.
Earn a competitive daily stipend.
Learn to be active and compassionate leaders. The guidance, teamwork, communication, empathy, and flexibility learned as a Counselor will serve your students in whatever career they pursue!
Gain experience respected by employers throughout the East Coast. Regional employers, particularly in the fields of Education, Rehabilitation Science, Psychology, Social Work, and Medicine, understand that working at the Woodlands gives your students direct experience not easily obtained through any other summer position.