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Located in Gladwyne, Pennsylvania Riverbend fosters an awareness, appreciation and understanding of our total environment through educational programming. By growing both a love of nature and environmental literacy, we prepare informed, resilient leaders to meet the challenges of tomorrow.


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Riverbend Nature Camp Opportunities

Why you should work for us:

Riverbend Summer Camp is the perfect place for someone looking for a fun and rewarding job in the great outdoors. Spend your summer outside with us as we nurture the future generation of earth-lovers. If you are considering a career in education or environmental sciences, this job is the perfect resume-builder for you!

Program:
At Riverbend, amazing things happen when a child spends time in nature.

Studies show that when kids spend time in nature they:

  • Think more creatively and critically
  • Are more social and less likely to be bullied or experience bullying
  • Feel less stressed, allowing their emotional development to flourish
  • Increase their fitness level and distance vision.

Riverbend is seeking self-motivated, energetic, and passionate counselors to be a part of the staff of Riverbend’s Summer Camp.  Each week children come to our 30-acre Gladwyne site for outdoor hands-on exploration and discovery.  The atmosphere is friendly and child-centered. Curriculum is interpreted and delivered by professional staff with a strong emphasis on exploring and expanding children’s interests and stimulating investigation. Groups are generally 12-14 children and are led by a lead counselor and supported by an assistant counselor. 

Gladwyne Summer Camp Counselor Positions

To apply:

Please fill out the following application:  https://forms.gle/udMUWkU5V8x7bm4d

Dates: June 5th – September 1st

Hours: Appx. 35-40 hours per week; Monday – Friday, 8:30am – 4:00pm (some evenings required), Also seeking part-time position: 22 hours per week

Position type: Seasonal full time

Compensation:

  • Assistant Camp Counselor: $15 per hour
  • Lead Camp Counselor: $17 per hour

Location: 1950 Spring Mill Road, Gladwyne, PA 19035

 

Assistant Camp Counselor Position

Assistant Camp Counselors are responsible for working with a lead counselor to create a positive camp experience for a group of campers each week. This includes mentoring teen volunteers, implementing activities for the campers, and behavior and safety management.

Assistant Camp Counselor Responsibilities:

  • Assistant Camp Counselors will work with a Lead Counselor to help facilitate outdoor, environmental education activities and experiences for campers.  Assistants will be expected to independently facilitate some activities each week.
  • Work with a team to adapt activities as necessary for camper age, interest and outdoor conditions.
  • Support Lead Counselors with behavioral and group management.
  • Take lead responsibility for campers in the event that the lead counselor must step away from the group or is absent.
  • Mentor teen volunteers assigned to the camp group.
  • General upkeep of the facility each day.
  • Assist with animal care for Riverbend’s animal ambassadors and aquaponics greenhouse as needed.
  • Assist with after care and cook out for campers as needed.
  • Accompany lead counselors on offsite field trips to provide support for campers as needed.

Assistant Camp Counselor Qualifications:

  • Successful completion of pre-employment screening including criminal background check, FBI fingerprint check, and Pennsylvania Child Abuse History Clearance.
  • Interest in Environmental Education, Biology, Ecology or other related field
  • Some experience educating and managing children formally or informally is encouraged
  • Strong oral communication skills
  • Ability to work a flexible schedule which will include early mornings, late afternoons and occasional overnights.
  • Ability to follow all COVID-19 safety procedures
  • Passionate about Riverbend’s mission

 

Lead Camp Counselor Position

Lead Camp Counselors are responsible for creating a positive camp experience for a group of campers each week. This includes mentoring their counselor team, planning and implementing activities for the campers, and behavior and safety management.

Lead Camp Counselor Responsibilities:

  • Interpret existing curriculum and amend it to suit the needs of your group. Counselors will write their own curriculum one day per week. counselors are encouraged to collaborate in this process.
  • Supervise a group of approximately 12-14 campers for whom they have primary responsibility with an Assistant Counselor. Duties include group management, ensuring camper safety, implementing lesson plans.
  • Mentor the assistant counselor and teen volunteers assigned to the camp group.
  • General upkeep of the facility each day will be expected.
  • Take campers off site for field trips as needed.

Lead Camp Counselor Qualifications

  • Successful completion of pre-employment screening including criminal background check, FBI fingerprint check, Pennsylvania Child Abuse History Clearance and driving records.
  • Experience in Education, Biology, Geology, Outdoor Recreation, or related fields.
  • Understanding of basic principles of environmental education
  • 1-2 years of experience educating and managing groups of children in a professional setting.
  • Strong oral communication skills
  • Ability to work a flexible schedule which will include early mornings, late afternoons and occasional overnights.
  • Residential or travel camp experience preferred.
  • Ability to operate a motor vehicle with either a standard or automatic transmission preferred.
  • Ability to follow all COVID-19 safety procedures
  • Passionate about Riverbend’s mission.

Physical and Medical Standards

  • Ability to work actively outdoors during the hot summer months and in all weather conditions.
  • Ability to work independently and in groups
  • No allergy to plants, animals or chemicals that may be used on the job that may interfere with ability to perform work.
  • Ability to safely lift, carry, and load 40 pounds for 50 feet.
  • No impairment of sight, smell, hearing, touch, balance or agility of movement (which cannot be corrected with appropriate devices) that may interfere with ability to perform work.

For more information about Riverbend’s Covid Policy, equal opportunity employment policy, and DEI commitment, view our statements at the bottom of this page.

To apply for either assistant or lead counselor positions:

 

Gladwyne Assistant Summer Camp Director

To apply:

Please fill out the following application:  https://forms.gle/udMUWkU5V8x7bm4d

The Assistant Camp Director is responsible for supporting the management and facilitation of Riverbend’s Summer Camp program to meet the mission, vision and strategic goals of Riverbend Environmental Education Center.  This includes mentoring of camp staff and volunteers, communication with parents, leading camp groups, ensuring camper safety, and troubleshooting logistics.

Dates: May 29th – September 8th

Hours: Appx. 35-40 hours per week; Monday – Friday,10am – 6:00pm; Thursday, 12pm-8:00pm (some evenings and overnights required)

Compensation: $20 per hour

Position type: Seasonal full time

Location: 1950 Spring Mill Road, Gladwyne, PA 19035

Responsibilities:

  • Assists with implementation of Summer Camp, including mentoring of staff and volunteers, and communication with camp parents.
  • Lead extended care including scheduling and implementation of content.
  • Maintain supply inventory and educational kits for camp.
  • Lead Thursday evening campfire program.
  • Communicate effectively with camp parents.
  • Teach onsite and offsite education programs as needed. 
  • Perform animal husbandry and habitat maintenance as needed to support the animal ambassador, aquaponics and field trip programs.
  • Other duties as needed to ensure the success and sustainability of Riverbend Environmental Education Center.

Qualifications and Skills

  • Experience in Environmental Education, Biology, Ecology or other related field
  • Minimum 1 year of experience in teaching, professional educational program development and management
  • 2 years of professional camp experience preferred.
  • 1-2 years of leadership or management experience preferred.
  • Experience teaching using informal education strategies like inquiry based, place based, project based, and experiential learning.
  • Experience working with audiences from various age groups, backgrounds, and cultures.
  • Exceptional communication skills and relationship building skills.
  • Creative and innovative thinker
  • Familiarity with Microsoft Excel, Google platforms and other educational technology.
  • Solutions oriented problem solver.  Strong decision-making skills and ability to work independently.
  • Passionate about Riverbend’s mission

Working Conditions and Physical Requirements

  • Work will be split between an office environment in a renovated barn and outdoors in natural areas on Riverbend’s property and other nature preserves.      
  • Manage and teach programs outdoors in all conditions.
  • Regularly will need to walk trails with lots of hills and uneven ground.
  • Regularly will need to work with live animals including insects, reptiles, amphibians, mammals and fish.
  • No allergies to plants or animals that may interfere with the ability to perform the job.
  • Ability to safely lift and carry 50 pounds for 25 feet.
  • No impairment of sight, smell, hearing, touch, balance, and agility of movement (which cannot be corrected with appropriate devices) which may interfere with the ability to perform work.
  • Ability to operate a motor vehicle with either a standard or automatic transmission.
  • Ability to maintain focus under pressure and adjust to accommodate program and client needs.
  • Ability to follow all COVID-19 safety procedures
  • Passionate about Riverbend’s mission.

Additional Requirements

Successful completion of a post-offer background check, including criminal, driving records and ability to obtain PA Child Abuse History Clearance and FBI Fingerprinting.

For more information about Riverbend’s Covid Policy, equal opportunity employment policy, and DEI commitment, view our statements at the bottom of this page.

To apply:

 

Gladwyne Educators-In-Training (EITs)

To apply:

Please fill out the following application: https://forms.gle/PCp1AmTKeGcLNKtb6

Dates:

  • A minimum of 3 weeks between June 12th – September 1st; Monday – Friday, 8:30am – 4:00pm
    • Weeks must be scheduled prior to the start of the summer and do not need to be consecutive
  • Mandatory EIT Training Saturday June 3rd, 2023, 10:00-2:00

Position type: Seasonal volunteer

Location: 1950 Spring Mill Road, Gladwyne, PA 19035

Program:

At Riverbend, amazing things happen when a child spends time in nature.

Studies show that when kids spend time in nature, they:

  • Think more creatively and critically
  • Are more social and less likely to be bullied or experience bullying
  • Feel less stressed, allowing their emotional development to flourish
  • Increase their fitness level and distance vision.

Riverbend is looking for energetic and motivated students between the ages of 14 and 18 to assist on a volunteer-basis with our summer camp program and have a positive impact on the lives and education of young children. Educators-In-Training will spend their time assisting professional educators and assistant educators with group management, daily activities, modeling of appropriate behavior, and providing nurturing support for campers. In addition, EITs will get to participate in activities with the children, including games, nature exploration, field trips, and more. EITs work primarily with our youngest campers and are a vital part to the success of the program.

Pre-requisites:

  • 25 hours of cumulative experience working with children in a camp program, babysitting, community experience, or similar experience.
  • Experience working with multiple age groups of children.
  • An excitement for the great outdoors and a passion for sharing it with children.

Responsibilities: 

EIT’s perform a vital role in Riverbend's summer camp program.  Depending on the EIT’s time and growth in the position there will be potential for increased responsibilities throughout the summer including but not limited to check in and check out, leading a program, and planning and implementing lessons.

Basic duties include:

  • Assisting camp staff with assigned tasks that help with the general management of educational groups, primarily for children 3-6 years of age.
  • Providing a role model for the younger children on the appropriate ways to behave at camp and how to successfully explore the natural world.
  • Assisting with the leading of Circle Time.
  • Assisting with implementation of lesson plans and activities.
  • Assisting with the clean-up of education spaces, including picnic areas, outdoor classroom, supply room and others.
  • Assisting with camper lunch.

Qualifications:

  • Successful completion of pre-employment screening including Pennsylvania Child Abuse History Clearance and criminal background check.
  • Ability to work actively outdoors during the hot summer months and in all weather conditions.
  • No allergy to plants, animals or chemicals that may be used on the job that may interfere with ability to perform work.
  • Ability to safely lift and carry 50 pounds for 25 feet.
  • No impairment of sight, smell, hearing, touch, balance or agility of movement (which cannot be corrected with appropriate devices) that may interfere with ability to perform work.
  • Ability to follow all COVID-19 safety procedures
  • EITs are strongly encouraged to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19

For more information about Riverbend’s Covid Policy, equal opportunity employment policy, and DEI commitment, view our statements at the bottom of this page.

To apply:

Please fill out the following application: https://forms.gle/PCp1AmTKeGcLNKtb6

Contact Matilda Kitabwalla (mkitabwalla@riverbendeec.org) with any questions

Thank you so much for considering joining Riverbend’s growing summer camp community! By taking part in our EIT program, you will build your resume, gain valuable leadership experience, meet new people, and have a fantastic summer outdoors!

McKaig Summer Camp Counselor Positions

To apply:

Please fill out the following application:  https://forms.gle/udMUWkU5V8x7bm4d

Dates: June 5th-9th, July 10th– August 4th

Hours: Full time, appx. 35-40 hours per week; Monday – Friday 8:30am – 4:00pm (some evenings required)

Position type: Seasonal full time

Location: 889 Croton Road, Wayne,  PA 19087

Compensation: 

  • Assistant Camp Counselor: $15 per hour
  • Lead Camp Counselor: $17 per hour

 

Assistant Camp Counselor Position

Assistant Camp Counselors are responsible for working with a lead counselor to create a positive camp experience for a group of campers each week. This includes mentoring teen volunteers, implementing activities for the campers, and behavior and safety management.

Assistant Camp Counselor Responsibilities:

  • Working with a Lead Counselor, assistants will help facilitate outdoor, environmental education activities and experiences for campers.  Assistants will be expected to independently facilitate some activities each week.
  • Work with a team to adapt activities as necessary for camper age, interest and outdoor conditions.
  • Support Lead Counselors with behavioral and group management.
  • Take lead responsibility for campers in the event that the lead counselor must step away from the group or is absent.
  • General upkeep of the facility each day.

Assistant Camp Counselor Qualifications:

  • Successful completion of pre-employment screening including criminal background check, FBI fingerprint check, and Pennsylvania Child Abuse History Clearance.
  • Interest in Environmental Education, Biology, Ecology or other related field
  • Some experience educating and managing children formally or informally is encouraged
  • Strong oral communication skills
  • Ability to work a flexible schedule which will include early mornings, late afternoons and occasional overnights.
  • Ability to follow all COVID-19 safety procedures
  • Passionate about Riverbend’s mission

 

Lead Camp Counselor Position

Lead Camp Counselors are responsible for creating a positive camp experience for a group of campers each week. This includes mentoring their counselor team, planning and implementing activities for the campers, and behavior and safety management.

Lead Camp Counselor Responsibilities:

  • Interpret existing curriculum and amend it to suit the needs of your group. Counselors will write their own curriculum one day per week. counselors are encouraged to collaborate in this process.
  • Supervise a group of approximately 10-12 campers for whom they have primary responsibility with an Assistant Counselor. Duties include group management, ensuring camper safety, implementing lesson plans.
  • Mentor the assistant counselor and teen volunteers assigned to the camp group.
  • General upkeep of the facility each day will be expected.
  • Take campers off site for field trips as needed.

Lead Camp Counselor Qualifications

  • Successful completion of pre-employment screening including criminal background check, FBI fingerprint check, Pennsylvania Child Abuse History Clearance and driving records.
  • Experience in Education, Biology, Geology, Outdoor Recreation, or related field.
  • Understanding of basic principles of environmental education
  • 1-2 years of experience educating and managing groups of children in a professional setting.
  • Strong oral communication skills
  • Ability to work a flexible schedule which will include early mornings, late afternoons and occasional overnights.
  • Residential or travel camp experience preferred.
  • Ability to operate a motor vehicle with either a standard or automatic transmission preferred.
  • Ability to follow all COVID-19 safety procedures
  • Passionate about Riverbend’s mission.

Physical and Medical Standards:

  • Ability to work actively outdoors during the hot summer months and in all weather conditions.
  • Ability to work independently and in groups
  • No allergy to plants, animals or chemicals that may be used on the job that may interfere with ability to perform work.
  • Ability to safely lift, carry, and load 40 lbs at a distance of 50 ft.
  • No impairment of sight, smell, hearing, touch, balance or agility of movement (which cannot be corrected with appropriate devices) that may interfere with ability to perform work.

For more information about Riverbend’s Covid Policy, equal opportunity employment policy, and DEI commitment, view our statements at the bottom of this page.

To apply:

 

McKaig Summer Camp Coordinator

To apply:

Please fill out the following application:  https://forms.gle/udMUWkU5V8x7bm4d

Dates: June 5th-9th, July 10th– August 4th

Hours: Full time, appx. 35-40 hours per week; Monday – Friday 8:30am – 4:00pm (some evenings required)

Position type: Seasonal full time

Location: 889 Croton Road, Wayne,  PA 19087

Compensation: $20 per hour

Reports to: Riverbend Camp Director

Position:

The Camp Coordinator is responsible for supporting the management and facilitation of programming at McKaig Nature Center to meet the mission, vision and strategic goals of Riverbend Environmental Education Center and McKaig.  This includes communication with parents, mentoring the counselors, leading camp groups, ensuring camper safety, and troubleshooting logistics.

Responsibilities:

  • Interpret existing curriculum and amend it to suit the needs of your group. Counselors will write their own curriculum one day per week. Counselors are encouraged to collaborate in this process.
  • Supervise a group of approximately 10-12 campers for whom they have primary responsibility with an Assistant Counselor. Duties include group management, ensuring camper safety, implementing lesson plans.
  • Maintain supply inventory and educational kits for camp.
  • Communicate effectively with camp parents.
  • Other duties as needed to ensure the success and sustainability of Riverbend Environmental Education Center.

Qualifications and Skills

  • Experience in Environmental Education, Biology, Ecology or other related field
  • Minimum 1 year of experience in teaching, professional educational program development and management
  • 2 years of professional camp experience preferred.
  • 1-2 years of leadership or management experience preferred.
  • Experience teaching using informal education strategies like inquiry based, place based, project based, and experiential learning.
  • Experience working with audiences from various age groups, backgrounds, and cultures.
  • Exceptional communication skills and relationship building skills.
  • Creative and innovative thinker
  • Familiarity with Microsoft Excel, Google platforms and other educational technology.
  • Solutions oriented problem solver.  Strong decision-making skills and ability to work independently.
  • Passionate about Riverbend’s mission

Working Conditions and Physical Requirements

  • Work will be split between an office environment in a renovated farmhouse and outdoors in natural areas on Riverbend’s property and other nature preserves.     
  • Manage and teach programs outdoors in all conditions.
  • Regularly will need to walk trails with lots of hills and uneven ground.
  • No allergies to plants or animals that may interfere with the ability to perform the job.
  • Ability to safely lift and carry 50 lbs. for a distance of 25 ft.
  • No impairment of sight, smell, hearing, touch, balance, and agility of movement (which cannot be corrected with appropriate devices) which may interfere with the ability to perform work.
  • Ability to operate a motor vehicle with either a standard or automatic transmission.
  • Ability to maintain focus under pressure and make adjustments to accommodate program and client needs.
  • Ability to follow all COVID-19 safety procedures.
  • Passionate about Riverbend’s mission.

Additional Requirements

Successful completion of a post-offer background check, including criminal, driving records and ability to obtain PA Child Abuse History Clearance and FBI Fingerprinting.

For more information about Riverbend’s Covid Policy, equal opportunity employment policy, and DEI commitment, view our statements at the bottom of this page.

To apply:

 

McKaig Educators-In-Training (EITs)

To apply:

Please fill out the following application: https://forms.gle/PCp1AmTKeGcLNKtb6

Dates:

  • A minimum of 3 weeks between June 12th – September 1st; Monday – Friday, 8:30am – 4:00pm
    • Weeks must be scheduled prior to the start of the summer and do not need to be consecutive
  • Mandatory EIT Training Saturday June 3rd, 2023 10:00-2:00

Location: 889 Croton Road, Wayne,  PA 19087

Program:

Riverbend believes that amazing things happen when a child spends time in nature.

Studies show that when kids spend time in nature they:

  • Think more creatively and critically
  • Are more social and less likely to be bullied or experience bullying
  • Feel less stressed, allowing their emotional development to flourish
  • Increase their fitness level and distance vision.

Riverbend is looking for energetic and motivated students between the ages of 14 and 18 to assist on a volunteer-basis with our summer camp program and have a positive impact on the lives and education of young children. Educators-In-Training will spend their time assisting professional educators and assistant educators with group management, daily activities, modeling of appropriate behavior, and providing nurturing support for campers. In addition, EITs will get to participate in activities with the children, including games, nature exploration, field trips, and more. EITs work primarily with our youngest campers and are a vital part to the success of the program.

Pre-requisites:

  • 25 hours of cumulative experience working with children in a camp program, babysitting, community experience, or similar experience.
  • Experience working with multiple age groups of children.
  • An excitement for the great outdoors and a passion for sharing it with children.

Responsibilities: 

EIT’s perform a vital role in Riverbend's summer camp program.  Depending on the EIT’s time and growth in the position there will be potential for increased responsibilities throughout the summer including but not limited to check in and check out, leading a program, and planning and implementing lessons.

Basic duties include:

  • Assisting camp staff with assigned tasks that help with the general management of educational groups, primarily for children 3-6 years of age.
  • Providing a role model for the younger children on the appropriate ways to behave at camp and how to successfully explore the natural world.
  • Assisting with the leading of Circle Time.
  • Assisting with implementation of lesson plans and activities.
  • Assisting with the clean-up of education spaces, including picnic areas, outdoor classroom, supply room and others.
  • Assisting with camper lunch.

Qualifications:

  • Successful completion of pre-employment screening including Pennsylvania Child Abuse History Clearance and criminal background check.
  • Ability to work actively outdoors during the hot summer months and in all weather conditions.
  • No allergy to plants, animals or chemicals that may be used on the job that may interfere with ability to perform work.
  • Ability to safely lift and carry 50 pounds for 25 feet.
  • No impairment of sight, smell, hearing, touch, balance or agility of movement (which cannot be corrected with appropriate devices) that may interfere with ability to perform work.
  • Ability to follow all COVID-19 safety procedures
  • EITs are strongly encouraged to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19

For more information about Riverbend’s Covid Policy, equal opportunity employment policy, and DEI commitment, view our statements at the bottom of this page.

To apply:

Thank you so much for considering joining Riverbend’s growing summer camp community! By taking part in our EIT program, you will build your resume, gain valuable leadership experience, meet new people, and have a fantastic summer outdoors!

Education and Event Assistant

(Part-Time)

 

Dates: Typically 1-2 days per week; must be available for morning, afternoon, weekend and occasional overnight hours 

Salary: $15/hour depending on experience 

For the past 40 years, Riverbend Environmental Education Center in Gladwyne, PA has been bringing high quality environmental and science programming to children in our region. Environmental educators are important members of our education team and are responsible for teaching a variety of programs, including field trips, offsite programs to schools, after-school programs, scouts and more.  

Riverbend Environmental Educators will lead inquiry-based education programs at Riverbend, at area schools or partner field locations. Educators may also lead or assist at birthday parties and preserve events. During education programs, each educator is responsible for teaching a group of between 15 and 25 students at a time, ranging in age from Pre-K to 8th grade. Lessons can include, but are not limited to, pond and stream study, watersheds, habitats and ecosystems, soil and geology, Aquaponics, and animal adaptations. 

Responsibilities:

  • Educators will work with a variety of ages of school groups visiting Riverbend and implement pre-written, inquiry-based lesson plans

  • Educators may be asked to deliver curriculum in area classrooms

  • Educators will be required to interpret existing curriculum and differentiate it as needed, based on the needs of the group

  • Educators’ responsibilities will include group management, crowd control, and set-up and break-down of supplies and materials used for school visits

  • Educators are expected to both work together as a team and function independently

  • Other duties as assigned

Qualifications and Competencies:

  • At least one year experience working with children in outdoor settings. Experience with early childhood preferred

  • Comfortable with the basic natural history of the area and the principals of inquiry-based learning

  • Background / interest in biology, ecology, environmental studies or education preferred

  • Effective classroom / group management skills

  • Excellent oral communication skills and the ability to project

  • Ability to work cooperatively with a team or individually

  • A cheerful, friendly demeanor

  • Enjoys working with children from a variety of backgrounds

  • Comfortable interacting with live animals

  • Reliability and flexibility

  • Successful completion of pre-employment screening including drug test and Pennsylvania Child Abuse History Clearance and criminal background check.

  • A valid Driver’s License is preferred and ability to travel to offsite locations

  • Ability to work actively outdoors in all weather conditions without correctable physical impairments that would interfere with ability to work on the Preserve

  • Ability to remain on your feet, hike, and carry up to 40 lbs.

To apply, email resume, cover letter and list of three references to: Suzanne Safran
ssafran@riverbendeec.org

This position is a perfect opportunity for individuals looking to build experience in the field of environmental education or for environmental professionals who are seeking a light, flexible schedule. EOE. (See below for additional information.)

Equal Opportunity Employment:

Riverbend is committed to creating and maintaining an environment in which all individuals are treated with respect and dignity. Riverbend Environmental Education Center (“Riverbend”) is an equal opportunity employer and educational institution and complies with all applicable federal, state, and local fair employment practices.

Riverbend is committed to making employment decisions based on merit, qualifications, and other-job related criteria without regard to an individual’s race, color, creed, national origin, ancestry, ethnicity, age, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth and related medical conditions, sex assigned at birth, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, gender transition or transgender identity, gender), citizenship status, physical or mental disability, use of a guide or support animal, relationship or association with a disabled person, genetic information, military or veteran status, possession of a GED rather than a high school diploma, or any other basis protected by applicable federal, state, or local law (“protected characteristics”). This policy applies to all employees with respect to their terms and conditions of employment including, but not limited to, recruitment, hiring, placement, training, promotion, and discipline, leaves of absence, compensation, benefits, and termination of employment.

Covid-19 Policy: 

The safety of our employees is our number one concern. All Riverbend staff are required to be fully vaccinated, and show proof of vaccination status. Boosters are strongly preferred. In order to limit business disruption and protect children and workers in school settings, Riverbend may require staff to undergo occasional Covid testing, at Riverbend's expense.

Read Riverbend’s DEI Plan Here

For more information please contact

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Matilda Kitabwalla

Camp Director

For more information please contact

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Suzanne Safran

Education Operations Manager