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Wake up each morning and look out across the camp's pristine mountain lake as you walk to breakfast, spend time with campers across some of the most breathtaking mountains on the East Coast—and the star-gazing just doesn't get any better!

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Camp Walt Whitman is a premier, co-ed residential summer camp located in the wilds of New Hampshire. Over 400 campers ages 8-15 participate in wide range of activities alongside a staff of over 200 from all over the world. The staff is made up of passionate, energetic, experienced young people who love working with children in the outdoors. Currently seeking lifeguards, waterski staff, outdoor adventure staff and general counselors for the summer season (June 10th to August 14th). Compensation includes a salary (scaled on experience), room and board, travel stipend, college internship credit (if needed), and all required trainings are provided (WFA/Lifeguarding). Staff also enjoy the staff lounge with WiFi access and plenty of food & snacks—the perfect retreat in the evening or during time off. If you enjoy working in the outdoors with youth, meeting new people and are hardworking with a fun attitude, complete the online application.

Want to know why staff love working at Camp Walt Whitman? Watch the staff video to find out!
Learn more about COVID-19 protocols this summer.

Located on the shore of Lake Michigan, Camp Lookout is part of a family of programs that empowers young people through experiential learning in supportive communities with an emphasis on creating positive connections.

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Each summer Camp Lookout has a staff of around 45 enthusiastic, kind, thoughtful and passionate adults. 2021 positions include an Arts Director, Waterfront Director, Cabin Counselors, Trip & Travel Guides, Kitchen staff and Nurses/Health Officers. All staff must treat campers with confidence, giving them personal pride and common courtesy, answering questions and listening to opinions seriously, sharing joys, sorrows and disappointments, allowing a camper to fail or be unsuccessful, and providing guidance when a camper is too inexperienced to figure it out for him/her self. The camp season runs from early June through mid-August. Compensation is dependent upon experience and position, plus room and board. The majority of staff members are in college or have recently graduated.

If you have prior child care and/or camp experience and are a creative, people-centered adult who is capable of taking on the responsibility of being a positive role models for campers, fill out the online application.

You will be living in one of the most unique locations in the world. Nestled in the Shoshone National Forest just outside Yellowstone National Park's east entrance and bordered by two crystal clear mountain streams sits Pahaska Tepee Resort.

Originally built by Buffalo Bill in 1904, Pahaska Tepee Resort is now a family-owned, full-service resort offering 48 cabin-style rooms, an excellent restaurant and bar, one of the best gift shops in the area, a convenience store and guided horseback riding. Summer job opportunities include a Line Cook, Prep Cook, Employee Cook, Dishwasher/Kitchen helper, Busser, Host/Hostess, Housekeeper, Front Desk, Gift Shop Clerk, Convenience Store Clerk, and Maintenance. All staff live on site and receive three well-balanced meals per day in the employee dining room. There's also a staff REC room with TV and limited WiFi access. Room and board runs $100/week. Pay rates are very progressive for the region, with a generous bonus for employees fulfilling their contract date. All applicants must be at least 18 years of age with a positive, can do attitude. If you are looking for a true western summer job in the mountains of Wyoming, and are motivated with a strong dedication to honesty, integrity, consideration and customer service, fill out the online application (and make sure you provide three references).

The summer season runs from May 7th through early October (a few folks are hired for a shorter period).

Terra Marin Camp is located in a coveted area of the country, renowned for its natural beauty and fantastic beaches, woods, and preserves—in which you will be able to practice your craft and share your love of nature with your young campers.

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Terra Marin Camp is seeking bright, enthusiastic, and dedicated Earth Education Counselors who will oversee the safety and instruction of 12-16 youth during weekly nature programs, lead campers on strenuous hikes and activities, work with additional instructors to plan and implement programs, mentor Assistant Instructors during programs and planning, and develop weekly lesson plans in cooperation with other staff for outdoor activities. Summer training begins on June 7th with a week of training and camp runs through August 13th, 2021 (8:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m.). Positions are also available during the winter, spring and year-round. Compensation ranges from $250-$750/week DOE. Housing can be provided dependent upon a candidate's situation. Applicants must have a Bachelor's degree (or equivalent experience), experience mentoring youth in nature, and good communication skills with parents and youth. Knowledge and skills with hands-on wildcrafting or survival skills, tracking, mapping, hazards of the region, and bird language is desired. If you are a self-starter, fast learner, able to connect meaningfully with youth, and knowledgeable about how to engage children in nature, email your cover letter and resume to Christina Forté.

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Terra Marin Camp was the only camp in Northern California to have over 500 campers successfully matriculate through the 2020 camp season without one case of COVID-19.

Equinox RTC is a groundbreaking residential treatment center for adolescent boys (ages 14-18) that emphasizes the mind-body connection approach to holistic healthcare.

The Equinox RTC adventure therapy program is designed to provide students with well-rounded, meaningful learning opportunities through outdoor recreation, experiential education and community service and events, with outdoor activities that include rock climbing, canoeing and kayaking, white water rafting, stand-up paddle boarding, hiking, biking and camping. Now seeking a highly qualified and passionate Recreation Specialist who will work closely with and assist the Recreation Therapy Director in many aspects of the recreation therapy program. The Specialist assists in planning, organizing, and leading recreation and community service programming, aids in inventory, organization, care, and repair of equipment, and is responsible for supervision and safety of participants both on and off campus. This is a part-time position, with work on Friday and Saturday for student outings. At minimum, applicants must have an Associate's degree (a Bachelor's degree in Recreation Management or Outdoor Recreation preferred), 1+ year experience working with youth, a background, knowledge, and skills in a variety of outdoor recreation activities and experiential education, and must possess (or be willing to obtain) WFR/WFA and CPR/first aid certification. Compensation ranges between $13-$15/hour DOE. To apply, submit a resume and cover letter to Kristin Tui.

View an overview of the Equinox RTC recreation therapy program »

This is an amazing summer job for someone who doesn't need a cell phone by her side and is not afraid to get muddy.

Wilderness Canoe Guides for Girl Scouts of Minnesota & Wisconsin Lakes & Pines lead girls ages 12 and up on life-changing canoe adventures lasting from 5 to 10 days. Responsibilities include helping girls achieve their full potential as they paddle and portage canoes through the wilderness (and enjoy loons, waterfalls, and the northern lights!), working with each crew to create a warm and caring atmosphere, and ensuring the group has a safe, fun, positive, fulfilling and educational experience. Duties also include pre-trip training, equipment and food/meal preparation, coaching campers on paddling, navigational, portaging and camping skills, and helping each crew feel a great sense of challenge and accomplishment throughout the trip, and leave with a deeper appreciation for the outdoors and environment. Compensation starts at $230/week plus room and board. Hands-on enrichment training begins on June 5th and includes American Red Cross Lifeguard with Waterfront Module, Small Craft Safety Canoeing & Kayaking, and WFA certification, with work through August 15th. The training is offered at no cost, but staff will not be paid for days spent in training. Outdoor experience, an industrious work ethic, and a knack for working with people from a range of backgrounds is a must.

Apply online or for more information, contact former participant, guide, and current director Ann McNally.

This is your first step to all the laughter, friends, incredible experiences and skills that Camp Kon-O-Kwee Spencer has to offer.

Help the Camp Kon-O-Kwee Spencer team transform a gym space into an Olympic stadium, a table into a gourmet kitchen, a multi-purpose room into a Broadway stage, and summer camp into a place of discovery, friendship, and joy! Now seeking Village Directors, CIT Director, High Ropes Counselor, and Cabin Counselors. Compensation ranges from $1,300-$2,500 depending on position, plus room and board. Part-time hourly positions include Lifeguards ($13/hour), Housekeepers ($15/hour) and Maintenance staff ($15/hour). Positions are available from mid-June to early August. At minimum, applicants must have the desire and ability to work with children outdoors and also relate to one's peer group, the ability to accept guidance and supervision, and be at least 18 years of age. If you have good character, integrity, adaptability, enthusiasm, sense of humor, patience, self-control, a desire to serve and a passion for fun, apply now.

With a campus of nearly 550 beautiful acres along the Connoquenessing Creek in Fombell, PA, Camp Kon-O-Kwee serves campers from the 2nd through 11th grade, while Camp Spencer Superstars is an overnight camp for adults with special needs (ages 18 and older) who enjoy a full camp experience while developing important values, social and life skills.

If you are passionate about the outdoors and looking for a supportive and fun culture, AMC offers a range of rewarding employment opportunities in terrific locations throughout the Northeast!

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Appalachian Mountain Club seasonal work, summer jobs and internships are broken into four categories: Lodge & Hut Crews (Help serve food, prepare facilities, and offer trail information to outdoor enthusiasts who visit AMC outdoor lodges throughout the year), Trail Crews (AMC is responsible for over 1,800 miles of trails throughout the Northeast and they need your help to maintain them), Outdoor Education Team (Serve as an Educator, Guide or Naturalist for various environmental educational programming), and Support Staff (During the high season, thousands of guests pass through AMC facilities, hundreds of staff who need supplies, and dozens of buildings that need maintenance).

AMC is currently seeking Lodge Crew, an Assistant Manager, Logistics Support and a Seasonal Cook in various locations in the White Mountains for New Hampshire and Outdoor Center Lodge Crew at Harriman State Park, New York. Check out these featured hospitality positions...

Add-ons are little apps that add new functionality to Thunderbird (extensions) or change its appearance (themes). This article shows you how to install an add-on to your Thunderbird.

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  • 2A slightly less ideal case (Install from a downloaded XPI file)

In an ideal world, all the add-ons you would want are officially vetted, approved, and can be found on the official website, addons.thunderbird.net.

For add-ons that fall into this category, you can simply go to the Add-ons Manager tab in Thunderbird by clicking the menu button followed by Add-ons and click on the Extensions panel on the left to display the search box in the top-right corner. Enter the add-on's name or enough of it to limit the search results returned to a manageable number and press EnterReturn or click the magnifying glass icon.

Once you have done your first search, a new Search category appears in the panel on the left. You can keep refining your search until you find what you want.

Here is a search for add-ons that mention 'Contacts':

Once you locate an add-on you like, click on , wait for it to be downloaded, then click on Restart now if prompted.

You may have been given an URL for the add-on, or the add-on you want isn't on the 'official' page. Searching for it, as shown above, doesn't locate the add-on.

Visit the webpage in your browser, right-click the download link with your mouse, select Save Link As… and save the XPI file to a location on your computer that is easy to remember. As the download is temporary, it is suggested you use either your Downloads folder or your desktop.

If you are using older versions of Firefox, a left-click on the download link will cause the browser to try and install the add-on into Firefox itself. This invariably results in an error about compatibility, as the add-on is designed for Thunderbird. If you're using another browser, a left-click might result in your browser attempting to download and 'open' the XPI file. This is basically a small program, so it is not meant to be opened. It has to be saved to disk.

To install a downloaded XPI file into Thunderbird, you have two options.

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Right-click the link and select Save As… or Save Link As… as described earlier.

You will be invited to download and save the file. Most browsers have a default download location. Make a note of where it downloads to, and what it's called. Some add-on files may have silly names like 'latest-234.xpi', which is not very helpful when you're trying to find it later on.

Open the Add-ons Manager tab in Thunderbird. There's a button to the left of the search box. Click this and select Install Add-on From File… from the subsequent menu.

You will need to navigate to where you saved the XPI file using the file picker and select it to complete the install.

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Drag-and-drop

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  • Open the add-ons manager (click the menu button and then Add-ons).
  • Drag your downloaded XPI file to the Add-ons Manager tab and drop it.

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If you are using Windows, you can even skip the desktop bit. Open your browser and Thunderbird side by side, with Thunderbird's Add-ons Manager tab displayed. Drag the link directly from the browser onto Thunderbird's Add-ons Manager tab. The main advantage of this method is that you don't need to actually save a copy of the add-on to your hard disk before it is installed.