Employment Opportunities

SuperKids Camp Administrative Assistant (Seasonal)

 The Administrative Assistant (seasonal) will work closely with staff to provide administrative and operational support for day-to-day operations. This is a daytime part-time position (30 hours or less a week). You must be available to start as soon as possible and work until the beginning of August. The position will be based out of Parks & People's offices at 2100 Liberty Heights Ave.

If interested, please click here to complete the employment interest form.



Urban Resources Initiative Summer Internships 

Parks & People invites undergraduate and graduate students to apply to and participate in a transformative internship program for the summer. The Urban Resources Initiative Internship Program is a partnership between the Baltimore City Department of Recreation and Parks, the Parks & People Foundation, and area universities to provide interns for priority projects in Baltimore parks.

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For priority consideration, apply before April 15th. 


SuperKids Camp Park Enrichment Environmental Educators (Seasonal)

Environmental Educators develop and lead activities in a city park for groups of 15-20 Baltimore City youth during Parks & People Foundation’s (PPF) SuperKids Camp. PPF’s EE programs are designed to improve participant knowledge, awareness, attitudes and motivation related to the environment while also providing meaningful experiences in nature. Each educator is responsible for delivering interactive, project-based lessons and activities. Educators engage participating youth in interdisciplinary EE emphasizing aquatic and terrestrial resources, wildlife, food gardening, health, and nutrition.

Educators are needed 4 days per week for 5 hours per day from June 27 – August 5. Educators must be able to work the entire 6 weeks plus participate in training June 20-24. Educators will work out of either Winans Meadow/Leakin Park or Druid Hill Park. Previous experience working with children ages 6-12 required. Knowledge of environmental education concepts preferred. 

To apply, please click here to complete an application