Employment

Looking for an unforgettable summer work experience? Sidwell Summer has provided enriching and exciting job opportunities! Sidwell Summer is committed to hiring enthusiastic, energetic, creative, and qualified individuals who enjoy working with children of all ages!

Please see the headings below for available positions.  If you see a position of interest, please send an email with your resume, program/position of interest, and dates of availability to the email address specific to the position.

Positions on the DC Campus

2017 positions are currently being updated. Please continue to check this employment page as positions may be added in the months leading up to camp.

Summer Camp Nurse

Camp Nurse – Seeking registered nurse who is highly motivated and organized. Responsibilities include: managing and responding to all aspects of campers health needs, medication administration, communication with parents and camp staff, and usage of camp database. Candidates must be a registered nurse, currently licensed to practice in DC. Interested candidates, contact Elizabeth Mayer at mayere@sidwell.edu for more details regarding this position. (Dates and times vary for Summer 2017).

Positions for High-School Aged Applicants (Aged 16 and Older)

All 2017 positions have been filled.

Positions for College Aged Applicants

All 2017 positions have been filled.

Positions for Applicants Aged 21 and Older

Explorer Programs Full-Time Substitute – Seeking flexible, motivated, and energetic teachers to work in a fun, exciting camp environment. The Explorer Programs Substitute will lead a homebase and substitute for Explorer Day Camp (Grades 2-5) and ExploreStar (Grades 6-9). Experience working with children is preferred.  If interested, contact Miss. Ryan Ball at ballr@sidwell.edu for more details regarding this position. (June 26 – August 4, 8:15AM – 3:30PM, Monday- Friday, Mandatory Orientation Prior to Camp.)

Tennis Coach – Seeking flexible, motivated, and energetic coach to work in a fun, exciting camp environment. Coach will lead a group of campers grades 2nd – 12th (groups divided by age and ability) in an active and enriching camp setting. Daily responsibilities include, but are not limited to, creating engaging and creative age-appropriate warm ups, camper skill development, overseeing matches as appropriate and helping to instill a love and respect of the game.  Coaches will also be responsible for overseeing assigned counselors. Experience coaching school or other setting required. Interested candidates, contact Whitney Ennis at ennisw@sidwell.edu for more details regarding this position. (June 12 – August 18, 8:30 AM – 3:30 PM Monday – Friday, Mandatory Orientation prior to camp. Applicants must be available for at least 4 consecutive weeks of camp.)

Summer Office Positions (College Aged and Older)

All 2017 positions have been filled.

Extended Day Positions (High School, College, and Age 21 and Older)

All 2017 positions have been filled.

Positions on the Bethesda Campus

Please continue to check this employment page as positions may be added in the months leading up to camp.

Summer Camp Nurse

Camp Nurse – Seeking registered nurse who is highly motivated and organized. Responsibilities include: managing and responding to all aspects of campers health needs, medication administration, communication with parents and camp staff, and usage of camp database. Candidates must be a registered nurse, currently licensed to practice in MD. Interested candidates, contact Elizabeth Mayer at mayere@sidwell.edu for more details regarding this position. (Dates and times vary for Summer 2017).

Positions for High School Aged Applicants (Aged 16 and Older)

All 2017 positions have been filled.

Positions for College Aged Applicants

All 2017 positions have been filled.

Positions for Applicants Aged 21 and Older

Kaleidoscope Sewing Teacher – Seeking flexible, motivated, and energetic individual to lead sewing workshop in a fun, exciting camp environment. The role of the Sewing Teachers is to work with a group of campers Grades 1-5 (groups divided by age) in an active and enriching camp setting. Experience working with children in school or other setting preferred. Interested candidates, contact Alexandra McCoy at mccoya@sidwell.edu for more details regarding this position. (June 26 – Aug 4, 9:15AM – 12:00PM, Monday- Friday, Mandatory Orientation Prior to Camp)

Kaleidoscope Music Teacher – Seeking flexible, motivated, and energetic individual to lead music activities in a fun, exciting camp environment. The role of the Music Teachers is to work with a group of campers Ages 3.5 – Grades 5 (groups divided by age) in an active and enriching camp setting. Experience working with children in school or other setting required. Interested candidates, contact Alexandra McCoy at mccoya@sidwell.edu for more details regarding this position. (June 26 – Aug 4, 8:15AM – 3:15PM, Monday- Friday, Mandatory Orientation Prior to Camp)

 

Current Employees

Information listed below is for employees working summer 2017! Email Elizabeth Mayer with any questions – mayere@sidwell.edu

Tax Forms
Sidwell Summer Orientation Schedule
2017 Mandatory Sidwell Summer Orientation Dates
Tuesday, June 6 – 5:00 – 6:30PM  Orientation will take place on the DC Campus
Wednesday, June 14 – 5:30 – 6:45PM  Orientation will take place on the DC Campus
Thursday, June 22 – 5:30 – 6:45PM  Orientation will take place on the DC Campus
Program Specific Orientation Schedule
2017 Program Orientation Dates
Camp ‘Til Six (DC Campus) Tuesday, June 6 – 6:30 – 8:00PM
Bethesda Campus Programs TBD
Explorers Saturday, June 17 – 9:00AM – 12:30PM & Saturday, June 24 – 8:00AM – 4:00PM
Kaleidoscope Wednesday, June 21 – 5:00PM – 9:00PM & Saturday, June 24 – 10:00AM – 4:00PM
Sports: Basketball, Soccer, Tennis Tuesday, June 6 – 6:30 – 8:00PM

Sidwell Friends School is committed as an institution to the ideal of diversity with regard to age, economic background, ethnicity, gender, physical disability, political affiliation, race, and sexual orientation in its student body, faculty, and staff. The School does not discriminate in the administration of its admissions, financial aid or loan practices; curricular offerings, including inter-scholastic athletics and physical education; other School-sponsored programs and activities; or in the hiring and terms of employment of administrators, faculty, and staff. Except for special considerations that may be given to members of the Religious Society of Friends because of the School’s Quaker affiliation, the School does not discriminate on the basis of religion.