Counselors live in the bunks with the campers, instruct activities, and supervise the daily operations of camp life. We look for staff aged 20+ who are energetic, enthusiastic, enjoy camp life, and have skills they can share with campers. Being a counselor at Seeds of Peace requires a love for working with young people, the ability to work as a team player, and the desire to foster a neutral, empowering, and peaceful environment. Learn more »
Facilitators at Seeds of Peace are responsible for the Camp’s Dialogue Program. Their job is to facilitate daily conflict-resolution sessions, participate in daily meetings to plan these sessions and monitor the progress of the dialogue groups.
The ideal candidate is dynamic, thoughtful, committed, has experience facilitating groups of young people in conflict and has a basic knowledge of the history and culture of the conflict region with which he or she hopes to work. We especially welcome candidates who speak Arabic, Farsi, Hebrew, Hindi, Pashto, or Urdu. Learn more »
Needing to fully staff our kitchen, we are looking to hire sous chefs, cooks, front-of-house staff, and a support team to help with all food and dining hall preparations and service. We look for staff, regardless of the specific position, who are hard-working, positive, dedicated to their job, and ready to give their all to create a delicious, healthy, dynamic and efficient food service operation. Relevant experience and skill are dependent on each position. Staff should be local, as housing is limited and reserved for kitchen leadership (head chef, sous chef, etc).
Questions about staff roles at the Seeds of Peace Camp should be addressed to email@example.com. In order to build a diverse community of peacemakers, Seeds of Peace is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Seeds of Peace is looking for a qualified team of dynamic, thoughtful, honest and committed individuals who have significant experience working with groups in conflict, enjoy working with teenagers, and have a sense of humor.