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"We create deep memories that build children, build independence, and inspire curiosity, and I’m so proud that I get to be a small -part of this." — Ellen Reid, Executive Director

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Current Job Openings

Click on the job title to learn more about our current open positions, then click “Apply Now!” to submit your application.


PositionProgram AreaTypeApplication
Afterschool Program Coordinator CATCH Programs Seasonal, Part-time Apply now!
Afterschool Program Facilitator CATCH Programs Seasonal, Part-time Apply now!
Afterschool Program Substitute Facilitator CATCH Programs Seasonal, Part-time Apply now!
Afterschool Program Student Facilitator CATCH Programs Seasonal, Part-time Apply now!
Afterschool Program Student Volunteer CATCH Programs Volunteer Apply now!
Community Programs Facilitator Community Programs Regular, Part-time (20-40 hrs/month) Apply now!
Marketing and Public Relations Internship Marketing and Development Internship; 40 hrs/week for 8 weeks Apply now!
Part-Time Kitchen Assistant Operations and Kitchen Seasonal, Part-time Apply now!


Learn About Kestone Science School's Program Areas

Keystone Science School has many exciting and unique program areas. Click on each program area heading to learn more about the job opportunities available within each program area!

CATCH Program

CATCH stands for Coordinated Approach to Child Health and is designed to promote healthy physical activity and eating behaviors in children. The CATCH curriculum is aimed to equip children with the knowledge and skills to make healthy decisions, all while having fun! Keystone Science School, in partnership with the Family and Intercultural Resource Center (FIRC), Summit County Youth and Family Services, The Summit Foundation, and the Breckenridge Recreation Center, is pleased to offer the CATCH Afterschool and Summer CATCH Camp programs. As a CATCH Programs staff member, you will be able to share your knowledge of health of love of physical activity with children in grades K-5!

Community Programs

Keystone Science School's Community Programs department offers a range of programs for children and adults that provide a balance of hands-on science, field-based exploration, and adventure, all based on scientific themes, teambuilding, or outdoor education. Girls In STEM, for instance, is a girls-only science program designed to build confidence, leadership, and friendship among participants. Programs are hosted on campus, at a school, at an off-site location, or at a camping-based location, for a duration of one to seven days. Community Program Facilitators work on an intermittent basis, supporting Community Programs by facilitating the delivery of science curricula, team building activities, and various outdoor education experiences.

School Programs

Keystone Science School is proud to provide public and private schools with unique field trips which combine Science, Adventure, and Fun! School Programs staff bring science alive through informal investigations and research projects that incorporate innovative teaching methods and hands-on activities. Within the School Programs department, there are many teaching opportunities available, depending on the candidate's experience and availability. Many Program Instructors live on-site at Keystone Science School's history 23-acre campus, for a duration of one season or an entire school year.  Keystone Science School's Apprenticeship provides an educational opportunity with the goal of training future KSS Program Instructors while allowing apprentices to explore topics of interest to them as they develop their personal teaching approach. Learn more about School Program's positions, staff life, and frequently asked questions!

Summer Camp Program

Keystone Science School is proud to offer a range of camp programs for kids ages 5-17 that provide a balance of hands-on science, traditional camp fun, and a true Colorado adventure! Options include summer-long day camps, multi-day residential sessions, specialty camps, and leadership programs for teens. There are many job opportunities available within the Camp program area (Counselors, Wilderness Trip Staff, and Support Staff, to name a few), and hiring typically begins in December for the upcoming Summer season. Click here for more information about positions, camp life, and frequently asked questions!

Educator Programs

Designed for teachers seeking a fresh approach to teaching STEM principles, Educator Programs conducts national trainings featuring interdisciplinary, hands-on, inquiry-based curricula on a variety of issues relevant to today's communities. Teacher receive re-licensure credit and are integrated into a valuable network of fellow educators. There are currently no Educator Programs positions available at this time.



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