| Student Summer Work Abroad Programs from InterExchange
InterExchange, a nonprofit organization with more than 40 years of cultural exchange experience, offers work and volunteer programs for U.S. & Canadian citizens in 20 countries, including Au Pair, Teach English, Volunteer and Work & Travel programs through InterExchange Working Abroad.
For non-U.S. citizens, InterExchange offers several inbound cultural exchange programs, including sponsorship and support services for international interns and trainees hosted by U.S. businesses; au pair placements across the United States; U.S. summer camp jobs; and work and travel programs in the U.S. Visit our website for more information.
|| Dates: Year-Round
Contact: Interexchange, Inc., 161 Sixth Avenue, New York, NY 10013, USA.
Tel.: 212-924-0446; toll-free 1-800-597-3675.
| Adventures Cross-Country: Meaningful Service. Real Connections. True Adventure.
Spend the summer leading, teaching, and inspiring teenagers while traveling to some of the world's most beautiful destinations — Adventures Cross-Country is seeking Trip Leaders! Adventures Cross-Country (ARCC) programs are designed for teenagers (13-18 years old) who want a summer experience that combines trying new activities, exploring new areas, experiencing the independence of traveling with a small group, conquering challenges, and meeting students from all over. ARCC Trip Leaders focus on fostering constructive group dynamics, facilitating activities and initiatives, overseeing outfitted activities, and ensuring that each student is able to safely achieve certain goals consistent with his or her abilities.
||Dates: 2-5 week programs with a variety of dates every summer June through August
Contact: Adventures Cross-Country, 242 Redwood Hwy, Mill Valley, CA 94941
Tel.: To get more information or request a catalog call our headquarters at 415-332-5075
|ESL — Language Studies Abroad
ESL — Language studies abroad offers you the best destinations to improve your language skills while travelling abroad for an experience in active language immersion.
Our GAP YEAR programmes combine language courses and internship, volunteer work or paid jobs.
Visit one of our offices for a personal consultation; we are confident that we can find a tailor-made offer for you!
|| Dates: All year round.
Cost: Please visit our website for details!
Contact: ESL — Language Studies Abroad, Grand-Rue 50, Case postale 1204, 1820 Montreux, Switzerland
Tel./Fax: +41 (0) 21 962 88 88, +41 (0) 21 962 88 81
Visit our website to view all our offices.
Abbey Road Programs, www.goabbeyroad.com, is seeking summer teachers to work in their summer language immersion and pre-college programs in Spain, France, Italy, Greece and the U.S. for high school students.
A.C.L.E. (Associazione Culturale Linguistica Educational) sends 750 native English speaking Tutors to over 400 camps located throughout Italy. A.C.L.E. seeks enthusiastic and dependable people to work as English Camp Tutors for children. Provides accommodation, transport, meals, weekly cash wages, and an orientation course. Visit the website to apply at www.acle.org.
ActionQuest, www.actionquest.com, offers summer jobs for qualified camp counselors to instruct and supervise teens in sailing and scuba diving activities in the Caribbean, Australia, South America, Tahiti, Monaco and Italy.
Adventure Treks, www.adventuretreks.com, has summer and seasonal jobs available overseas for role models in excellent physical condition and with a variety of outdoor skills.
Alaska Summer Jobs, www.alaska-summer-jobs.com, offers work in Alaska in a variety of industries including Alaska fishing and processing, cruise ship, fishing lodges and resorts, oil, outdoor jobs, land tour, timber, and construction work
American Village Camps; firstname.lastname@example.org, www.americanvillage.fr/en/recruitment/recruitmentnews.php. Language counselors, TEFL teachers and other staff for four different American-style English immersion camps in France year-round, including summer. Knowledge of French not required. Camps create a positive environment where it is fun, natural and necessary to use English. Seek energetic, creative, initiative-takers who are native English speakers and love working with children. Counselors live in the camp and create, organize, and lead activities and English classes. This is a paid position, and room and board is included.
Anywork Anywhere; www.anyworkanywhere.com. Resources for work, adventure and travel throughout the UK, Europe and Worldwide. Many opportunities provide accommodation and are full-time temporary positions, with contracts running from 1 week to 12 months, permanent vacancies are also advertised.
Bold Earth Teen Adventures, www.boldearth.com, offers summer camp jobs for leaders supervising teen activities such as biking, hiking, sailing, surfing, scuba diving and safaris in Asia, Africa, Latin America, Europe and the South Pacific.
Broadreach, www.gobroadreach.com, offers a variety of summer jobs worldwide for qualified individuals with scuba, sailing, wilderness or marine biology experience.
BUNAC USA: Summer Work Abroad. Full-time university or college students and recent graduates can take advantage of BUNAC's Work Abroad programs to Canada and Ireland for summer jobs or internships. Program fees range from $430 to $550 and include admin, visa issuance, on the spot help with jobs and accommodation and full support. Further afield, but not impossible: Work Australia, Work New Zealand or a Volunteer option in South Africa, Peru or Cambodia. See website for more details.
Camp Counselors USA (CCUSA), 901 E Street, Suite 300, San Rafael, CA 94901, USA; www.ccusa.com. Summer jobs as camp counselor jobs in the U.K, Russia, and Croatia. Work the summer or year teaching English in China.
Canadian Camp Experience Program (CCEP): CCEP offers short-term, seasonal, and summer jobs of all kinds, www.go-nyquest.com, and helps young adults (19-30) travel to Canada to work at resident summer camps. NYQUEST and its overseas recruiting partners, work together to train, place and support participants so that they are well prepared and cared for during their stay in Canada. We also take great pride in carefully placing you at a camp that matches your interests, dates of availability and your preferences related to work environment and type of campers. Participants can apply to the program from anywhere in the world. NYQUEST will complete all the work related securing the participant"s work permit. Participants do not need to go to a Canadian embassy to apply for their work permit.
CIEE Teach Abroad, 300 Fore Street, Portland, ME 04101; 1.800.407.8839; email@example.com; www.ciee.org/teach. The program offers teaching programs and teacher placements in a variety of countries worldwide.
Costa Rica Rainforest Outward Bound School, costaricaoutwardbound.org/about-us/jobs/, offers jobs for wilderness expedition leaders and offers a special leadership and outdoor activity course.
Global Experiences: Summer Internships. Specializes in internship programs and sends hundreds of students abroad each summer to gain practical work experience and enhance their global experiences. Enroll early for the summer and reserve your place in a professional internship program in Italy; Australia; Ecuador; Paris and other great locations. Visit: www.globalexperiences.com.
Global Leadership Adventures, www.experiencegla.com/about/staff/jobs/, offers jobs to qualified individuals leading students through life-changing service-learning journeys abroad.
Green Volunteers, www.greenvol.com, an excellent organization specializing in volunteer and conservation work abroad, offers a directory of seasonal and summer jobs overseas in the book they sell on their site.
JobMonkey.com provides articles, resources and a database of seasonal jobs in tourism, hospitality, camps, tours and other forms of short-term work, including summer jobs abroad.
Kroka Expeditions, www.kroka.com/hiring/hiring.shtml, offers jobs for their summer and seasonal adventure teen travel programs in the U.S. and Ecuador.
Moondance Adventures, www.moondanceadventures.com, has jobs available as trip leaders for teens on summer adventures worldwide.
Real Gap Experience, www.realgap.co.uk, offers international volunteer programmes, working holidays and a wide variety of different summer jobs abroad. Real gap year experiences has everything for a full year out or career break, for those that wish to work and travel abroad.
SCI-IVS USA, www.sci-ivs.org, offers inexpensive volunteer workcamps worldwide with their motto of "working for peace."
Seasonworkers.com, www.seasonworkers.com, a U.K. site, provides a very diverse listing of jobs for all seasons overseas. This excellent site also provides tools by which those who have such work experience may stay in touch and network with past co-workers via their active messageboard.
Seasonal Jobs in New Zealand,
addresses the growing demand in New Zealand for seasonal workers. People that are willing to work at short notice and for varying durations, but usually in an environment that offers freedom and a chance to really see the country.
Summerjobs.com, www.summerjobs.com, is a database of short-term jobs overseas, many of which are related to tourism and hospitality.
Supercamps Ltd., www.supercamps.co.uk. Children’s holiday company with many seasonal vacancies.
TASIS Summer Language Programs, summer.tasis.com. Work as English teachers and children’s counselors at summer programs in Switzerland and England.
Village Camps S.A., firstname.lastname@example.org, www.villagecamps.com/personnel. Recruits monitors and counselors to work for the summer or winter season at children's sports camps in several Swiss resorts and Zell-am-See, Austria.
Where There Be Dragons, wheretherebedragons.com, offers jobs abroad for qualified leaders of summer and seasonal teen adventures tours, often in the developing world.
Wilderness Ventures, www.wildernessventures.com, offers jobs to qualified applicants for its summer outdoor adventures worldwide.
World Challenge Expeditions, www.wcexpeditions.com. 400 expedition leaders for summer schools’ educational expeditions to Central and South America, Africa, and Asia. Four-week period of work between late June and late August. Usual minimum age 24 and minimum qualification mountain leader training and experience of working with 14-18 year olds.