After evaluating the spread of COVID-19 in our area, the 14th Street Y will be closed until further notice. We are thrilled to officially launch the Virtual 14th Street Y! Learn more about all the amazing digital programs available for people of all ages. 

Employment Opportunities

*Applications for Summer 2020 are now OPEN!*

Employment Opportunities at New Country Day Camp

Group Counselor (16+) – Counselors are enthusiastic, highly motivated, creative, and responsible role models who are directly responsible for the well-being of campers at New Country Day Camp. Candidates should be friendly, warm and passionate about working in a high-energy, outdoor camp environment and have previous, demonstrable experience working with children.

To apply for a job as a Group Counselor, please CLICK HERE.

Support Specialist (18+) –Support Specialists work directly alongside our group counselors and are more closely responsible for the well-being of campers with special needs (e.g. mild to moderate ASD, ADHD, mood or anxiety disorders) in a fully inclusive camp setting. Candidates should have demonstrated experience or interest in working with children who have special needs.

To apply for a job as a Support Specialist, please CLICK HERE.

Counselor in Training (14/15 years old) – Throughout the summer, you will gain valuable work experience through being a role model to our campers. CITs will also go through weekly professional development in areas such as communication, collaborating with coworkers, and general child-care techniques. This is a paid position. If you love the outdoors, working with children, and are looking for workplace experience, this is the job for you!

To apply for a job as a Counselor in Training, please email for more information!


Program Specialists and Teaching Artists are responsible for creating and implementing high-quality programming for New Country Day Camp. Programs include: Art, Build, Cooking, Imagination, Martial Arts, Movement, Music, News & Film, Science & Garden, Sports, and Wilderness.

Program Specialists are passionate about teaching their area of expertise in an informal, outdoor, educational setting. Program Specialist positions are 7-8 week positions, and Teaching Artist positions are 1-week residencies.

To apply for a Program Specialist position, CLICK HERE. To apply for a Teaching Artist position or learn more about the roles, email our Director of Programs, Justin Perkins, at


If you have applicable work experience and would like to learn more about supervisory positions that include overseeing Counselors and Support Specialists, please email our Assistant Director, Meshi, at .

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New Country Day Camp Employee Interest Form

If the position you are interested is no longer accepting applications, please fill out the form below and if any positions become available later in the season, we will reach out to you about applying. If you have any questions please email Meshi at