Employment at Woolman

Working at Woolman is a major lifestyle choice. To commit to community living, to have one's life and work intertwined, to live in a rural setting, and to take a modest salary, all require a high-level of dedication. Above all other qualifications, we are looking for people who will thrive here.

All currently open jobs and internships are listed below. If you are interested in interning at Woolman, you can find out more about internships.


Jobs Available

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Site Staff

Job Title Starting Date: Description
Maintenance Supervisor

We are currently seeking a motivated, hardworking person interested in the intersections of work, education, and community living to join our staff. The available position as maintenance supervisor involves working with a wide variety of buildings and grounds maintenance duties here on our Nevada City, CA campus.

Summer Camp

Job Title Starting Date: Description
Teen Leadership Camp Counselor

Being a counselor at Woolman's Summer Camp means living, working, growing, and learning as part of the Woolman community. Counselors are fully integrated into the life, work, and play of the Woolman campers, and your job is to enrich their experience through deep connection and joyful adventure. Counselors live with campers in a lodge situated on campus. They facilitate learning and growth of children into a greater awareness of themselves and others, lead games and songs, manage behavior, teach activities, adorn yourself in costumes and personify characters of your own creation, and participate in the glorious daily life of a Quaker community.  Being a counselor at camp is fun, challenging and rewarding work. 

Camp Woolman Counselor June 15, 2017

Being a counselor at Woolman's Summer Camp or Teen Leadership Camp means living, working, growing, and learning as part of the Woolman community. Counselors are fully integrated into the life, work, and play of the Woolman campers, and your job is to enrich their experience through deep connection and joyful adventure. Counselors live with five campers in a same-gender cabin situated in a mixed-gender village. They facilitate learning and growth of children into a greater awareness of themselves and others, lead games and songs, manage behavior, teach activities, adorn yourself in costumes and personify characters of your own creation, and participate in the glorious daily life of a Quaker community.  Being a counselor at camp is fun, challenging and rewarding work. 

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