Fancy working in the States this Summer?
6 years ago
A summer spent working in America could be a reality for anybody who attends the Smaller Earth Camp Leaders job fair in Liverpool.
New recruits are needed to spend nine weeks working at summer camps in America, while enjoying a range of exciting activities, like rock climbing, lifeguarding, water-skiing and wakeboarding, horse riding and performing arts.
More than 7,000 adventure seekers flew over to the USA to work at summer camps last year after meeting with Camp Leaders at job fairs in the UK.
Jobs are being given on the spot, so you could be leaving college, university or work behind this summer to travel to America to work, while having the opportunity to travel
Those who attend can be hired on the spot and the interviews are informal and fun. More than 130 Summer Camp Directors have travelled from America and are looking to find the best and brightest to work at their summer camps.
Smaller Earth, which was established in 1999, has grown into a worldwide operation planning incredible travel and work programmes in America, Canada, Asia, New Zealand, Australia and Europe.
“Following a summer working and living in the States, there is the chance to travel for up to a month across the country, seeing famous landmarks, visiting cities and towns, attractions and so much more.
“Around 4,000 people were hired at our global job fairs last year and each camp is looking to hire between 10-70 new staff. This is an incredible opportunity to make a change, to travel and experience working in the USA.”
The Liverpool Camp Leaders job fair will be held at the Holiday Inn, Lime Street, Liverpool, L1 1NQ on Sunday 28th January.