International Immersion Positions

Every year DMA hosts groups of students from countries all over the world. Staff members for our International programs demonstrate the highest level of cultural sensitivity and leadership excellence.  Apply for a position with our International programs and be part of a unique, life changing experience.

International Program Director

Program Directors are the trusted inspirational leaders of our camps! They preside over the operation of the day and night program (where offered). Program Directors manage and support all camp staff including setting the overall culture and energy of the camp. The Program Director will have overall responsibility for the smooth operation of the summer camp program on-site. They serve as the location supervisor by managing and supporting the camp program operational team and instructional team, while supervising the DMA experience for campers and parents.

*We are currently not accepting applications for this position*


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International Camp Counselor

Camp Counselors for our international programs keep the fun going after classes wrap each day.  International Camp Counselors are responsible for planning and implementing culturally immersive, engaging group activities for students to enrich their DMA experience.  Counselors work with their International Program Director to ensure that activities remain within budget and that all guidelines, rules and expectations for the DMA overnight program are met.



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International Immersion Instructor

Our International Immersion Instructors ensure a one-of-a-kind classroom experience for visiting DMA students from all over the world. International Instructors implement exciting, challenging and innovative DMA curriculums that enable students to discover and build upon new and existing skills, as well as tackle real world problems with creative solutions. International Instructors coordinate with International Program Directors and Corporate staff to guarantee that DMA curriculum material is communicated clearly to students in an engaging manner, and that classroom rules and expectations are upheld.



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International Immersion Teaching Assistant

DMA’s International Immersion TAs work with Instructors to connect with global students, communicate key curriculum points, and maintain a fun and safe learning environment. Teaching Assistants are expected to have patience, high energy and passion for their subject matter, while also being flexible and adaptive to new situations. The ability to plan and participate in team building activities with students outside of class during breaks is vital to the TA role. International TAs must also be comfortable working with students from different cultural backgrounds, open minded, and willing to uphold DMA’s standards of excellence.

 



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