Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Summer Coordinator (Fairlee, VT)

Aloha Foundation: Our mission is to inspire people of all ages to learn, explore, grow, and become their best selves. 

Structure: This position is a summer contract position at our Fairlee, VT location, running from Monday June 17th through Friday August 16th. The individual will work approximately 40 hours per week and will have one day off-site and off-call each week.  The individual accepting the role may be required to attend three to four planning calls prior to arrival for the summer. If the successful candidate does not live locally, summer housing (room and board) is available.Position Summary The DEI Summer Coordinator is our key frontline support of our equity and inclusion policies and initiatives in our summer programs. They will oversee the implementation of diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts in staffing, programs, and training at the Aloha Foundation during the Summer of 2024. The DEI Summer Coordinator reports directly to the Executive Director with dotted line reporting to the Wellness Coordinator. In addition, the successful candidate establishes excellent working relations with staff. DEI Summer Coordinator v05152024.docx

Key Responsibilities

  • In collaboration with health and camp leaders, reviews gender support plans prior to camp to ensure plans are followed throughout the summer.
  • Using pre-camp training as a foundation, designs and implements as-needed workshops or programming to support positive culture that aligns with the goals of each program.
  • Spends intentional time at each camp on a weekly basis and provides open “office hours” for counselors or campers with concerns.
  • Identifies and troubleshoots DEI issues or concerns at our 3 residential camps, our day camp, and our family camp.
  • Actively supports and guides staff and campers through identity-based issues and conflicts during the camp season.
  • Leads the Facilitation Fellowship Team and Affinity group leaders as they develop the co-facilitation skills needed to lead sessions and identify issues which may need to be elevated to higher level staff. Meets regularly with these leaders throughout the summer. 
  • Works collaboratively with camp leaders to address emerging issues. Elevates issues as needed to Aloha Foundation leadership.
  • Addresses high-priority on-site DEI needs. In concert with Camp Director, communicates with others as needed on related issues or concerns.
  • Assists with planning and organization of affinity space celebrations and mid-summer hair care days.
  • Assists Camp Directors and Director of Communications and Marketing with DEI-related summer communications.
  • Other duties as assigned.


  • 3+ years of experience designing and facilitating DEI related trainings, affinity spaces and similar initiatives to a wide range and size of audiences and groups.
  • 5+ years working with children in a school or camp setting preferred.
  • Proven success working collaboratively with colleagues, parents, and community leaders.
  • Strong communicator who is able to think on their feet and respond calmly and clearly to emerging situations.
  • Strong work ethic and high level of integrity.
  • Proficient and comfortable with technology.
  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience is preferred.
  • Spanish language skills a plus


Compensation will be commensurate with experience. The pay range for this role is $6,500 – $8,000. Pay will be commensurate with experience. 

About the Aloha Foundation

The Aloha Foundation is a Vermont-based non-profit organization that provides summer camps, family camps and education programs emphasizing simplicity, the outdoors and living in community. Our programs serve a range of campers and participants from children to older adults, individuals, groups, and families. The Aloha Foundation is an inclusive organization that welcomes people from all backgrounds. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age, mental or physical disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, minor children, receipt of public assistance, HIV status, or place of birth with respect to employment and volunteer participation. 

Please submit cover letter and resume as a single PDF to: humanresources@alohafoundation.org

Babysitter needed (Medford)

Description: We are seeking a babysitter for our 5 month old daughter this summer. The ideal candidate will have experience with this age. Mom and dad work from home but will occasionally need a sitter for a few hours at a time to independently watch baby, take her on walks, play, put down for naps, change, and feed. Baby will be going to daycare in September so this is currently a summer role, but ideally we will form a strong relationship with this sitter for future occasions such as date nights, etc.

Hours: Support will mostly be needed mid-week with flexible hours (usually a few hours between 9-5). We can chat about what works best for your schedule.

Location: Yale Street in South Medford

Pay: $23/hour

Contact: Christa.Villari@gmail.com

Other notes: We have three cats in the home. Also, non-smokers only please!

CEEO Summer Coordinator

CEEO Summer Coordinator for K-8 Design and Engineering Workshops

Application – for applying: https://forms.gle/g4psuyZDH9UJVMeR7

Application Deadline: April 3, 2023 

Job Description

Tufts Center for Engineering Education and Outreach (CEEO) runs summer programs for students entering 1st through 9th grade. There are two workshops that happen at the same time and a series of different tasks involved with making those workshops run efficiently. We are looking for a summer employee who will be responsible for all of the behind the scenes work to make this operation run smoothly. Tasks will include preparation of registration materials, early morning check in (8AM) each Monday, communication with parents regarding registration and daily updates on workshop progress, ordering lunch, scheduling teaching assistant (TA) shifts and covering shifts when needed, taking photos and uploading them, and other tasks needed to make sure the workshops are successful. 

Workshop information can be found here: Elementary School Summer Workshops, Middle School Summer Workshops

If you decide this is the job for you, you are punctual, patient, self motivated, have good customer service, work well independently and with others, and proficient with email, google spreadsheets, and other basic microsoft office products. 
Salary range is between $20-$30 depending on experience. 

Start date varies in June 2023 but must be available June 26th through August 4th 2023

Job Responsibilities

  • Registration
    • Organize and format registration for each workshop
    • Check in and check out students during registration process
  • Communication to parents
    • Email before workshop
    • Email each day of learning goals from the day
  • Take photos
  • Order lunch
  • Support Student Management
    • Talking with participants who are upset or need a break
  • Parent concerns – be the “adult” or person in charge on site 

Job Requirements

  • Experience in customer service 
  • Experience with kids
  • Experience with organizing events 
  • Clear and effective communication skills
  • Background check
  • Ability to problem solve and work independently 
  • Must be on site and available M-F 8AM-5PM between June 23 through August 4 with option to start the job around June 21st.

Tufts CEEO is committed to Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, Justice (DEIJ) and has a strong dedication to sustainability initiatives. 

We work to hire a diverse team at Tufts CEEO and are actively seeking students who are under-represented in higher education. We encourage people of all backgrounds to apply. We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or other characteristics. To read more about our DEIJ Action Plan, check out our DEIJ website: https://sites.tufts.edu/ceeodeij/
Tufts CEEO is also a certified green office and functions in an environmentally friendly manner in accordance with green office policy and procedures.