Established in 1924, The Rowe Center is a warm, friendly, and always exciting place to work. Our staff is small, and as a nonprofit, we ask a lot of our employees; however, The Rowe Center provides a rare opportunity to live your values in the workplace. A high priority is placed on community, acceptance, and work-life balance. Are you interested in joining our team? See our seasonal and year-round opportunities below. All applicants will be required to submit to a criminal background check and will be expected to adhere to strict COVID-19 safety protocol.

Program Leadership Openings

If you are looking for an opportunity to deepen your connection to the Rowe Community then program leadership may be for you!

Co-Director
Skill-Set Young Adult (Age 20-30) Program

Type: Camp Specific / Stipend

The co-directors lead Skill Set retreats and help support the facilitators in the creation and implementation of their workshops. Co-director duties include interviewing and hiring facilitators, managing retreat logistics in coordination with the Rowe Center, and marketing the retreats to potential participants. We are looking for someone who is passionate about the potential of young people to change the world, with ideas for how to continue to grow and improve the Skill Set program.

Year-Round Openings

There are no year-round openings at this time.

Summer Openings

Each summer Rowe hires a variety of positions. Some positions are camp-specific. Positions vary in duration from two weeks to four weeks while others are all summer long (May-October).

There are no summer openings at this time.

Benefits of Working at Rowe:

Established in 1924, The Rowe Center is a warm, friendly, and always exciting place to work. Our staff is small, and as a non-profit, we ask a lot of our employees; however, The Rowe Center provides a rare opportunity to live your values in the workplace. A high priority is placed on community, acceptance and work-life balance. Many employees take advantage of our generous subsidized housing benefits (food & utilities included) and not only work but also live on our tranquil 50-acre wooded campus nestled in the heart of the Berkshire mountains. Benefits for full-time staff also include medical and dental coverage, a retirement plan, and paid sick and vacation time.
Intangible benefits include living in the beautiful hardwood forests of western Massachusetts and interacting with an community of forward-thinking, ethical, and progressive people who are seeking to collectively do good work in the world.

EOE –The Rowe Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer