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Camp Liberty 2024
Employment Opportunities

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About Camp Liberty

Each summer for over 40 years, EdArts’ Camp Liberty’s tranquil five acres have offered children ages 6-15 a green sanctuary within an urban environment. Camp Liberty offers young people an outlet for artistic expression, a safe space for social interactions and structured activities for recreation. The goal of Camp Liberty is to create a welcoming environment using EdArts techniques grounded in the arts and social emotional learning, to make positive and memorable experiences and in turn nurture personal growth. Camp Liberty seeks high energy and engaged individuals to join our seasonal team to provide a safe environment campers and their families.


Our outdoor summer day camp is located in Liberty State Park, and includes an in-ground swimming pool, softball field, multi-purpose field, handball courts, playground, restrooms, changing areas, covered pavilion and stage. Campers can choose from an array of activities such as theater, arts & crafts, recreation, dance, music, swimming and more.

Compensation is commensurate with education and experience. As a licensed day camp under the New Jersey Department of Health, you will receive the required training topics in order to work with youth at a summer day camp. The Educational Arts Team benefits include a fun, flexible, creative working environment. We center health and wellness, diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging and invest in our staff's professional development. The Educational Arts Team is aligned with state and federal employment law including sick leave benefits.

Please note: As required by the Department of Health, Educational Arts Team requires potential new hires ages 18+ to complete a criminal history information check and sex offender registry checks. Potential new hires ages 16+ are required to complete a sex offender registry check. Employment is contingent on satisfactory completion of criminal background and sex offender checks.


The Educational Arts Team encourages people with disabilities, minorities, veterans, and women to apply. Applicants and employees will not be discriminated against on the basis of any legally protected category, including sexual orientation or gender identity. EEO/AA/Vet/Disability Employer.

Please visit to complete the application and submit your resume, cover letter and references. Sign into Google required to submit documents.


If you have any questions, please contact Samantha by emailing or by calling 201-432-1912.

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