Are you looking for the best summer jobs in America for British students? Look no further than Summer Camp!
If you fancy working abroad for the summer, then there’s really no better option than heading to America.
There are many benefits to embracing such an immersive experience at a Summer Camp, where you’ll get to live and work on the campsite and be handed responsibility for groups of children. This would be an ideal job for a Brit if you’re thinking of improving yourself while experiencing American culture.
You’ll make friends from around the world, become increasingly more independent and learn new skills that can be added to your CV, allowing you to really make the most of your summer break.
Working at Summer Camp is student budget friendly, fits around your course dates, and can boost your career prospects.
All your food and accommodation costs are covered at camp – which is a bonus – and you’ll earn a wage! Keep reading to find out the roles available to you when you work in America for summer.
Working as a Lifeguard at Summer Camp in America is one of the most iconic summer jobs you could possibly imagine.
Spending all day outside in the sun by the side of a beautiful, natural lake, or a modern outdoor swimming pool is a pretty good way to spend a summer.
There will be a lot of responsibility placed on your shoulders should you ever be called upon, but it’s also one of the most rewarding jobs too.
If you’re studying Performing Arts then working in a camp’s Performing Arts Department will be right up your street.
You’ll be a part of helping campers learn new skills in dancing, acting, and comedy. You’re being paid to have fun!
Most camps also run some kind of performance over the summer too. If you love the stage, then this is a great opportunity.
Working in Performing Arts at Summer Camp really is one of the best jobs in America for British students.
Love your football? You’ll need to get used to calling it ‘soccer’, but coaching opportunities out in America are massive.
The sport has been growing over recent years – and the women’s game is already a world leader.
In America, there are specialist Soccer Summer Camps and more Traditional Camps that offer soccer as part of their overall program too.
Maybe music is more you kind of thing? Music plays a massive part in life at Summer Camp in America.
The campers who attend camp are all looking to try new things, pick up new skills, and have fun… so learning a musical instrument fits in perfectly.
If you’re a talented musician, then working as a Music Teacher at camp teaching campers how to play is going to be a million times better than any job in the UK!
You’ll also have plenty of opportunities to bust out your talent around the campfire too.