Welcome! Thank you for your interest in working with us. Our camp is in scenic New Hampshire on 116 acres with a mile of frontage on a beautiful 200-acre lake. Camp Aranu’tiq’s mission is to build confidence, resilience, and community for transgender & non-binary/gender-nonconforming youth and their families through camp experiences.
It is important that all of our staff be able to build authentic relationships with people from diverse backgrounds including, but not limited to: different races, ethnicities, abilities, socioeconomic statuses, sexual orientations, and gender identities and expressions.
To get started, click the “apply” link within each position listed below.
Bunk & Activity Counselors
All bunk/activity counselors are paid staff. Counselors help us to create this supportive, safe, and fun environment for our campers.
We are looking for camp counselors who:
Are 20 years of age or older
Have experience working with youth
Have knowledge and experience in the transgender/non-binary/gender-nonconforming community (all gender identities are welcome)
Have a willingness to work hard and play hard, be silly yet serious, and be a positive role model to young campers
Have experience in a particular area of need: various field & court sports, waterfront lifeguards (swimming, canoeing, kayaking, paddle boarding), arts & crafts, music, drama, archery, rock climbing wall, low elements adventure course – see application for more details
All staff are paid a salary and get room and board throughout their stay at camp. Additionally, we have an equity fund to assist with travel for those who might need further assistance. See our application below for more information.
Camp nurses help keep us healthy and going all day and night. Please see the camp application or email email@example.com for information on salary.
We are looking for nurses who:
Have an RN or NP license, though we may consider other certifications
Have experience working with youth
Are interested in working as a 3-nurse team helping treat sick or injured campers and counselors, administering medications multiple times per day, and consulting with other medical professionals as necessary – see application for more details
Our application process is rigorous, as we want to ensure that we find the right match for the needs of our campers and our camp as a whole. We are not able to take everyone who applies. The application process requires the following:
Fill out the application of the position for your choice online Apply
The next steps include:
At least one interview with our associate director of operations
Three reference checks
Complete background check
Additional items may be required
For all available positions, you can read the complete job descriptions on our application by clicking here. Apply
Note: all dates include an orientation training. Depending on your travel time, you may need to arrive one day earlier than is posted.
Six weeks (3 sessions) plus 5-day orientation: June 22 – August 7, 2021
Five weeks (2 sessions) plus 5-day orientation: June 22 – July 31, 2021
Family camp long weekends for kids of all ages & their families:
August 27 – 30, 2021
Sept 3 – 6, 2021 (Labor Day Weekend)
Our camp’s exact location in New Hampshire is given to hired staff only.
"When we think of all of the people who have enriched J’s life with love, humor, common sense, self confidence...and a thousand other stimuli that help her to be well-rounded – we think of you. Thank you for helping her find her peer group in this world. Thank you for giving so much of yourself to this child."
S. Family, Camp Aranu'tiq