Two camp counselors lead a music class

Camp Employment Opportunities

Spend your summer at Belmont Day Camp!

Looking for a summer job? If you like children, want to be outside and are looking for a community of like-minded people, Belmont Day Camp might be right for you! We hire for a variety of positions for our summer day camp for children ages 3 to 15, including:

  • Intern (15 years old; entering sophomore year of high school)
    • Interns are volunteer staff who learn about working with children; interns are paid at minimum wage for staff training and if they work before or after camp.
  • Counselor positions (16 to 18 years old; completed sophomore year of high school)
    • Counselors are core group staff who work directly with campers.
  • Head counselor positions (18+, completed 1 year of college or equivalent)
    • Head counselors are older, more experienced counselors that take more responsibility in leading their group.
  • Activity specialists (20+; significant camp experience or in program area required)
    • Activity specialists run camp activities such as yoga, sports, games, arts and crafts, woodworking, drama/movement, music, tennis, create and design, innovations, gardening, and archery.
  • STEM/Specialty Counselors (16+, desire to work specifically in our STEM-focused specialty camps)
    • STEM/specialty counselors work alongside a specialty camp instructor who is largely responsible for the program and curriculum. This is a great way to get more experience running activities and working alongside an expert in the field.
    • Specialty camps may include Ozobots, Engineering, Photography, LEGO Robotics, and Science of Nature.
  • Lifeguards and swim staff (16+; lifeguard certification required)
    • Positions are available to guard during camp and for flexible shifts on evenings and weekends with the Swim and Tennis Association.
    • We can train Red Cross Lifeguards at BDS and will offer a certification course this spring. If you are not yet certified, you may apply and interview for a position contingent upon the successful completion of the Red Cross Lifeguarding course.

Working at summer camp is the most fun you will ever have at work. You’ll make lifelong friends, be a role model for our campers, and learn more about yourself as a leader. Of course, we know summer camp isn’t forever, so we’ll focus on how what you’re learning creates a basis for important professional skills that you’ll use for the rest of your life.

Under 16? Check out our Future Leaders program for youth entering eighth and ninth grades. Future Leaders function as counselors-in-training. Participants get experience working alongside camp groups, along with daily meetings to help further learning and two fun field trips.

Feel free to contact the summer camp team at with any questions.

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