There’s a reason Avid4 Adventure was voted one of Outside Magazine’s Best Places to Work. When you work at Avid4 Adventure, your office is the outdoors. Atop mountains, in rivers and on trails, alongside colleagues that share your passions, your to-do list consists of teaching curious kids how to paddle, climb, hike, bike and thrive in the outdoors.
Settling into a canoe rather than an office chair, gathering around a campfire instead of the watercooler—this isn’t your typical day (or overnight) job. It’s an adventure you’ll never forget. Read what our staff have to say in our staff culture book.
"I never went to camp as a kid so I'll admit I was a bit intimidated to start . . . I learned so much about myself and I can honestly say I am well on my way to being the person I have always wanted to be."
Whatever kind of job you’re looking for—day camp, residential camp, event work, focused on one sport exclusively or a new one every day—we have just the thing. Check out our range of positions below.
Serious discounts on gear through our pro deal program and 25% off camp for kids of Avid4 camp staff. See our FAQs for details.
Reimbursements up to $100 per year for certifications related to biking, climbing, paddling and Leave No Trace (returning staff only)
Reimbursements up to $50 per year for any race, event or fundraiser involving our core sports
Subsidized staff get-togethers and reimbursements for work-related public transportation expenses
The chance to win a flight to anywhere in the world United flies, with a $500 travel stipend for a dream adventure
LIVE Community! Volunteer your time or donate money to a non-profit aligned with our mission and we will donate additional money in your name.
We believe that being outdoors creates joy. We support kids, their families and our peers to adventure exuberantly out in the world.
We create environmental stewards. We walk our talk by minimizing the environmental impact of our programs, teaching Leave No Trace principles and environmental consciousness.
First we listen. We notice other people’s uniqueness, goodness and successes and speak of them. We express gratitude. We have meaningful conversations.
We are committed to training and development. We track and advance campers’ skills and support our staff to develop technical outdoor and business expertise.
In times of success and through times of challenge, we remain grateful. We say “Thank you!” for things both large & small. We try to value all areas of our lives and bring a sense of gratitude to all aspects of work and play.
First we ask, “What would you do?” We are confidence builders. We trust others to make good decisions, give them opportunities to lead and encourage positive risk taking.
We bridge the passion we have for work with the passion we have for the outdoors, community, family and ourselves, deliberately allocating meaningful time for each.
We create connections. We work, play and volunteer together, inspiring growth through shared adventure.