Join a Winning Team with Crossroads of America Council
Crossroads of America Council employs hundreds of individuals each year from Scouting professionals to camp staff. If you are looking for employment in the non-profit industry, consider the Boy Scouts of America.
A Scouting professional works with volunteers and the community to deliver the Scouting program to the youth of central Indiana. The work is challenging, but the rewards of working for our “company” can offer advancement as well as benefits. A four-year college degree is required.
To explore possibilities, contact Natalie Pearce by email or by phone at (317) 813-7067.
Crossroads of America Council’s Afterschool Program offers opportunities for part-time work as Program Leaders. These leaders provide a Scouting program to at-risk youth. If you have an interest in work directly with youth, Scouting may have a place for you.
If you are interested in being a ScoutReach program leader, please click here to fill out an interest form for more information.
For more information, contact Natalie Pearce by email or by phone at (317) 813-7067.
Working on camp staff is a great opportunity for both youth and adults to develop and maintain leadership skills, camping skills and people skills. Crossroads of America Council has four summer-long opportunities for camp staff including Camp Belzer, Camp Kikthawenund, Camp Krietenstein and Ransburg Scout Reservation. Additional non-paying opportunities are available for several week-long regional day camps.
To qualify for employment at camp, an applicant must be at least 15 years of age at resident camp as a Counselor-in-Training 2 or 14 years of age as a Counselor-in-Training 1 at day camp and have a letter of reference from a Scoutmaster or employer.
For more information, email us at gro.asbsdaorssorc@gnipmac.
Internships are an excellent opportunity for current college students to gain hands-on experience in the non-profit industry. Beyond reoccurring internship positions, Crossroads of America Council will design an internship program to fit a student’s interests and career aspirations from development and grant writing to field service and program.
Marketing & Public Relations Internship
The internship is designed to not only allow students to build their portfolio but to also grow his or her professional network. Two positions are offered during the fall, spring and summer semesters. Students will participate in a variety of projects including media relations, social media, writing, special events, graphic design and more.
To apply, email the Marketing team your cover letter and resume.