Staff Employment Opportunities

Each summer we have staff employment positions and Learning Experience for Teachers (LET) program opportunities at our Raleigh camps.

Raleigh 2021 Camp Teacher Participation Opportunities

Raleigh 2021 Camp Staff Employment Positions

K-12 Teachers

  • Virtual Camp Team Leaders – Learning Experience for Teachers (LET)

We are very pleased to offer the following summer staff position for ALL elementary, middle and high school teachers. As an LET participant, you will be learning and leading activities focused on introducing children to engineering concepts.  It is a fun, collaborative environment where teacher participants apply what they learn about engineering in a sustained informal-educational setting. Teachers will assist the program by offering feedback and ideas while supervising approximately 12 (elementary or middle school)  or 24 (high school) students, providing mentoring, team facilitation and behavior management, while collaborating with other team leads, undergrad counselors and high school assistant counselors.

The engineering education skills learned and practiced will be a tremendous asset in the future for engaging students in more traditional classroom settings and for developing various STEM-integrated academic lesson plans. Applicants should be interested in learning how to use engineering problem-solving methodology to facilitate academic connections in their classrooms. They should be highly motivated and enthusiastic individuals, interested in hands-on activities, and able to work well with peers and children.

Pay rates are $16/hr for time spent in the camps and in training. We are not limiting teachers to selecting camps based solely on the grade levels that they currently teach.

Posting Status: All positions have been filled.

NC State University Undergraduate Students

  • Virtual Camp Counselors – Elementary, Middle and High School Camps

Undergrad students support teachers in presenting week long virtual synchronous camp programming to 12 to 24 campers in hands-on engineering challenges. The position involves mentoring student campers, being a role model, representing NC State College of Engineering by providing an insight into the world of engineering, helping to moderate the camp’s Zoom sessions, listening to camper questions, coaching, and facilitating. Applicants should be enthusiastic, excellent communicators, motivated, great problem solvers and have experience working with children in a group environment. Pay rate is $10/hour.

Posting Status: All positions have been filled.


NC State University Graduate Student

  • Assistant Camp Coordinator – Elementary, Middle and High School Day Camps
  • This position begins immediately, working in a flexible schedule 5 – 10 hours per week until the end of May and involves preparing for camp with updates to the application system, determining materials requirements and preparing for training sessions. In June, July and the beginning of August, the schedule turns into a full-time, 40 hours per week, M – F position and entails leading the high school assistants with the preparation tasks for each day at summer day camp.This position requires leadership experience and excellent communication skills. Requirements include attending daily meetings with the teacher team leads and counselors, leading and directing responsibilities for the high school assistant positions and ensuring facilities are set up, activity materials are provided and removed, drop-off/pick-up processes are handled smoothly and closing presentations are prepared.

Posting Status: We are not hiring for these positions.


  • Assistant Camp Coordinator – High School Residential Camps

The Head Residence Counselor will supervise a group of High School Camp Residence Counselors. This position requires the individual to live on campus and manage all camp related aspects from Sunday camp check-in to the Friday departure process. They will lead the planning and implementation of a variety of social and recreational activities and act as a role model to the camp counselors and attendees. The Head Counselor needs to be an enthusiastic leader and have previous leadership experience in working a camp or residential program with high school and/or undergrad students. This position begins immediately, working 5 – 10 hours per week until the end of May. The month of June 8th through June 26th and July 5 through 10 is a full-time commitment with presenting counselor training and managing three weeks of camp.

Posting Status: We are not hiring for these positions.

High School Students

  • Assistant Camp Counselors – Elementary, Middle and High School Day Camps

Camp assistant duties include preparation of activities and materials, organization of materials and cleanup, and assisting with the supervision of children during outdoor activities, field trips, and movement around campus. Camp assistants are expected to interact with campers and should be friendly, enthusiastic and industrious. Candidates must be at least 14 years old and should have previous experience working with children.

Posting Status: We are not hiring for these positions.