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apply for curious jane camp

We attract talented, exceptional directors, instructors and counselors to lead our programs. We put together a staff in which each person brings their own skills, ideas and experiences –– and in which everyone has an opportunity to collaborate and learn from each other.

If you think you might be a good fit, fill out the form below to apply.

  • Explain your experiences and skills, why you have an interest in Curious Jane, what you would bring to the program and what you hope to gain from it (no separate cover letter, please).
    Please note that counselors must be 18years or older by July 1, 2023. Students ages 15-17 (rising 10th-12th grades) may apply for a volunteer position.
    All our classes are chock full of projects, and they are designed to offer a fun, easy on-ramp to *making* things. Some (like Kitchen Chemistry or Space Out) are more Science oriented, while others (like Fab Lab and Playground Design) are more Arts + Design oriented. You can see them all here: https://curiousjane.fun/camp/themes/
    Our camp dates vary by location and the location details + schedule cam be found here: https://curiousjane.fun/camp/locations/)
  • We run camp for 4 to 6 weeks, based on location, and give preference to staff who can work the full period of camp at their location. However, we do occasionally have shorter positions available.
  • Max. file size: 10 MB.

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