Today's Lesson: People Power
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Expedition Survival Tip

When climbing a mountain, remember reaching the summit is only half the battle. Coming down requires equal energy and focus.

Employment

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Current Positions:

Seasonal Program Assistant/New England Program Coordinator

Based in golden, CO the Seasonal Program Assistant/New England Program Coordinator is responsible for assisting the program director with national and local administration and logistics including volunteer paperwork, data entry, background check reporting, packing meals for expeditions, coordinating food orders with overnight program staff, organizing and managing gear inventory, and assisting instructors with student gear issue. This role is additionally tasked with coordinating 2-3 overnight camping programs in Boston. This role is critical to BCM running seamless experiences for our instructors, mentors, and youth this summer. for the full position description and how to apply, click here.

Expedition Instructors

Our Expedition Instructors are the heart of our programming and serve as the front line for helping us to serve youth across the country. More than anyone else, they understand the importance of the work that BCM does and how best to create a lasting impact on everyone that they work with. The dedicated field staff that works with BCM role models excellent expedition behavior while facilitating an invaluable experience that will ultimately help the youth we work with to feel more empowered in their everyday lives back home. Instructors serve as field risk managers, educators, guides, mentors and stewards as they venture into remote and wonderful areas across the country.

BCM is excited to offer new opportunities for Expedition Instructors to take our youth out into wild places surrounding Minneapolis, Madison, Seattle, San Francisco, Portland, and Denver. For a complete job description and how to apply, click here.

Overnight Camp Instructors

Through 24-hour camping experiences BCM Overnight Camps provide youth, ages 8-12, with a safe and supportive environment to develop an increased sense of self, understanding of their place in the natural world, a passion for lifelong learning and, awareness of healthy lifestyles. Activities emphasize team-building and outdoor education to teach citizenship and teamwork. These activities allow campers to learn critical life skills, using the outdoors as a unique context for these lessons. For a complete job description and how to apply, click here.