Welcome to the University of Maine 4-H Camp & Learning Centers we are excited that you have clicked to learn more about our job opportunities. The state of Maine is fortunate to have four very unique learning centers situated across the great State of Maine.
Please take a moment to browse details specific to each of our sites. Various position opportunities are available at each site.
Blueberry Cove 4-H Camp & Learning Center
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Bryant Pond 4- H Camp & Learning Center
The 4-H Camp & Learning Center at Bryant Pond is located on Lake Christopher in beautiful Western Maine. Lake Christopher is home to a bountiful amount of wildlife including loons, turtles, and bald eagles. Our expansive waterfront includes space for swimming, canoeing, kayaking, and paddle boarding. The main campus features 170 acres of forest and mountain trails which lead up to a scenic overlook of the surrounding area as well as onsite streams and ponds for critter catching.
Within our camp facility, our low ropes and high ropes course give participants the chance to work together on their leadership and teamwork skills. In addition to that our facility boasts a large recreation field for games and activities as well as rifle, shotgun, and archery ranges for our specialized programs. The camp facilities include an expansive dining hall and a state of the art shower house as well as a large bunkhouse, hillside cabins and several campsites for campsites for remote programs.
We are looking for energetic outgoing staff who are interested in spending some time in the mountains of Maine! Please click the link below for more detailed information about our site.
Greenland Point 4-H Camp & Learning Center
Greenland Point 4-H camp is the easternmost 4-H camp in the United States located in rural Princeton, Maine. This historic part of Maine is well known for its world-class fishing, remote wilderness, and is home to some of the best paddling in the state of Maine. Located on Long Lake, the 61-acre campus is home to unique Wildlife and a diverse collection of plants and trees. As you enter our campus you will find a cozy circle of log cabins nestled between the pines with a large lodge located at the base of the circle. From here you may find yourself walking our trails and may come across our campfire ring or even find the ruins of a hundred-year-old tug boat that ran ashore at the base of our cove. Centrally located in Downeast Maine you are close to beautiful coastal hiking, The grand Lakes of Maine, seemingly endless blueberry fields, and so much more. Come see the best of Maine from Greenland Point!
Tanglewood 4-H Camp & Learning Center
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