Camp Instructors and Counselors

Join us for Summer Camp

We’re looking for candidates who have experience working with kids in camp or club programs, K-12 education, or any other youth mentoring role.

We’re particularly interested in capable public speakers, as well as those who can think on their feet, can adapt to their students’ learning styles, and love teaching STEM topics in a really hands-on way.

Your BadgerBots summer will start with technical training and general program training during the first two weeks of June. Summer camp officially starts in mid-June and continues through the final week of August. All staff will work from the BadgerBots headquarters in Middleton.

Three shift types are possible, depending on the camp topic schedule.

  • All Day (includes 30 minute lunch break) 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
  • Mornings 7:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
  • Afternoons 12:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.

Summer Camp Instructor – Now hiring!

Seasonal position from June 1, 2022 to August 31, 2022
Hours per week: 20–40

Our instructors lead week-long camps. We’ll give you the curriculum, and you’ll put it into action! Duties include:

  • Presenting lessons in a fun, engaging way
  • Managing a class (transitioning between activities, keeping the class on task, enforcing behavior expectations)
  • Effectively working with other instructors and camp counselors
  • Setting up materials before each session and cleaning up at the end
  • Assisting with camper check-in, lunch, and check-out
  • Cleaning up the facility
  • Completing tasks as assigned by camp director

We’d love if you have some familiarity with the following: Scratch or other block-based code languages, LEGO Mindstorms, Minecraft, 3D Printing and CAD, JavaScript, Python, or other programming languages. But it’s not necessary—we can teach you what you need to know. Check out our summer camp topics here.

Interested? Please send a cover letter and resume to Johanna Taylor at

Summer Camp Counselor – Not hiring at this time

Seasonal position
Hours per week: 20–40

Counselors support instructors by working one-on-one with students. Duties include:

  • Helping to set up, clean up, and distribute class materials
  • Answering student questions
  • Working one-on-one with students
  • Troubleshooting computer and equipment issues as the instructor leads the rest of the class
  • Participating in team building and lunch time activities
  • Cleaning up the facility
  • Completing tasks as assigned by camp director or instructors