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Employment

In addition to our year-round professional staff, we hire a strong team of counselors and instructors both year-round and during the summer. Check out our current employment opportunities by clicking on the links below.

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All new and returning staff must complete a Camp Minder staff application.

In addition to completing your staff application, please submit a resume to

RECREATIONAL PROGRAMS & SUMMER CAMP:
Abby Ross, Program Coordinator, The Bridge Center, 470 Pine Street, Bridgewater, Ma 02324

RIDING CENTER PROGRAMS:
Trish Gosselin, Riding Director, The Bridge Center, 470 Pine Street, Bridgewater, Ma 02324



Current Job Openings:


Recreation Counselor
Recreation Counselors provide direct support for campers with disabilities and are responsible for ensuring that our children have a safe, fun and rewarding time while participating in weekend recreation programs at The Bridge Center.  Counselors support campers through their daily activity schedule while encouraging and empowering them to participate in activities such as sports, cooking, music, arts, and more!

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Posted on 8/13/2019
The Bridge Center's Riding Center is a PATH Intl. Premier Accredited Center. PATH Intl. Certified Instructors teach and oversee all therapeutic lessons and other equine-assisted activities. “PATH Intl. Certified Instructors use these equine-assisted activities and therapies (EAAT) to help tens of thousands of individuals each year with physical, mental and behavioral challenges gain strength and independence through the power of the horse. EAAT helps people from all backgrounds and all walks of life in a variety of ways, including increasing strength and flexibility, improving motor skills, promoting speech and cognitive reasoning, and building relationships and social skills. The individuals served by PATH Intl. members may face any number of challenges, including paralysis, multiple sclerosis, autism, Down syndrome, substance abuse, traumatic brain injury or amputation – but all benefit from the power of the horse."
- - Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship