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What is a summer camp?

Summer camps are an American tradition that is over 150 years old! Each year, millions of kids go to their safe heaven in nature to practice what they love the most. This is why experts are hired to guide them and help them get better at what they like to do most.

Camps are immersed in natural surroundings, be it lakes, rivers, mountains, forests or beaches outside the cities, where you get to experience sleeping in yurts, tents, hammocks, cabins, dorms or camping hotels.

Each camp has its own different history, but you can say one thing about all of them: their owners are passionate about camping and the excellent formative experience they leave engraved in each of the campers. They all have different traditions, rites, styles and environments, all enabling the camper to learn, make mistakes and enjoy having fun in a safe environment where his or her counselor makes sure to help them find the best version of themselves.

Each year has its own flavor and is written in a different type of ink. We invite you to write your own story and have the best summer of your life.



$ 20 USD. or its equivalent in your currency. Depending on your location, your IWEX GLOBAL representative will tell you how this payment is made. This payment is non-refundable.




$480 USD FFEE if paid before December 31st
$529 USD FEE if paid before April 30th
In one or two installments.


$160 USD for the J1 VISA plus the cost of air fare to and from your destination.


Send your receipts with the applicant’s name as the subject of the e-mail to:

What kind of work will i be doing at camp?


Basic electric work, plumbing, woodworking, landscaping, painting and any other activity required to keep the camp working properly.


General cleaning, vacuuming, sweeping, washing floors, cleaning toilets, decluttering and organizing as well as cleaning common areas and cabins.

Kitchen staff

Cooking, meal-prepping, doing dishes, cleaning floors, setting food stations, taking out the trash and maintaining the kitchen clean in general.


Gathering dirty clothes from campers and other staff members then sorting them to wash, dry and fold before you deliver them back to the owners.


The CAMPOWER Staff Program offers the option to work at a camp in the U.S.A. during the summer, performing maintenance, housekeeping, kitchen or laundry tasks to keep the camp up and running!

As you can see, you are KEY to our camps, and they know it.

We find a job that is right for you. One where you feel you can do what suits you best and where you can help the most.

You’ll enjoy the summer while you learn new skills, improve your English and create life-long friendships with people from around the world.

If you want a great working environment, where you get work experience, grow as a human being and develop the best version of yourself while learning new skills, this is the job for you!

What you need to apply?

  1. Be between the ages of 18 and 29 by the time the program starts.
  2. Have a valid passport since February of the year of your program. (It must be still valid for 1 year after the program ends).
  3. Never having been in trouble with the Immigration Services of the U.S.A.
  4. Be free to travel from June 1st to August 12th..
  5. Be able to speak conversational English (an interview will attest your use of English)
  6. Proof of student status.

How do you apply?

For now, you just need to fill out the form and have your interview, the rest is easy and we’ll help you throughout the steps!

Documents you need

  1. Program agreement (Counselor or Staff)
  2. Letter of recommendation (IWEX GLOBAL will provide you with a form)
  3. If you’re applying to become a staff member, you need to provide proof of student status.
  4. A letter from your doctor (General Physician) to let us know you’re in top shape and in good health.
  5. A Criminal record check from your local authority.


What is a J1 Visa?

It’s a non-immigrant Visa given to individuals who want to visit the U.S. as part of a work and travel program, or for short-term students. It allows you to work and study at the same time.

How much is it and how do I get it?

The visa is $160 USD.

You’ll need a DS 2019 form to get it (don’t worry, we’ll provide it when it’s due time). La forma es emitida por instituciones aprobadas por la embajada de los Estados Unidos.

We will help you through every step in your migration process until your J1 visa is approved.

For more information, feel free to go to:

Pagina oficial VISA J1

Frequent questions

Where will I have my interview?

– Interviews will happen in-person, through Zoom or a WhatsApp Video Call.

What is the last day to enroll in the program?

– Before April 15th, visas take a while to process.

Where is the camp I’ll be going to?

– Anywhere within the 50 states of the United States! You may choose the camp or they may choose you, so make sure your application video is fun and exciting!.

How long will the program last?

– Usually from the first of June until mid-August. There’s a little wiggle room so make sure you tell us your needs to see how we can make it work.

How soon can I start?

– You can start your process in September, the year before your camp. The sooner, the better your chances of getting picked by the top camps!

¿En dónde me hacen la entrevista?

– Las entrevistas se llevan a cabo de forma presencial y en linea

¿Cuál es la fecha límite para inscribirse en el programa de esta temporada?

– 15 de abril. Aunque los procesos de VISA pueden tardar bastante.

¿Dónde es el lugar de trabajo?

– En un campamento en cualquiera de los 50 estados de la Unión Americana. Tu puedes escoger el campamento al que quieres ir o ellos a ti

¿Cuánto tiempo dura el trabajo?

– Las fechas idóneas son del 1ro de junio al 12 de agosto aunque hay bastante flexibilidad. Pregúntanos y se claro con tus fechas disponibles y te podremos asesorar mejor.

¿Cuánto tiempo tengo para iniciar el proceso?

– Puedes iniciar el proceso a partir de septiembre anterior al campamento. Entre mas pronto lo hagas mas posibilidad de colocación tienes y mejores descuentos. Al que madruga Dios lo ayuda.

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¿Qué incluye el programa?

Health insurance

Health insurance

Health insurance throughout the duration of your program. You also have accident and travel coverage.

 Assistance and assessment to get you a job and your J1 visa

Assistance and assessment to get you a job and your J1 visa

Assistance and assessment to get you a job and your J1 visa. (J1 visa will be needed to get your Social Security Number)

Job hunting

Job hunting

Job hunting, we do the work for you!

24/7 hotline

24/7 hotline.

Attention line. 24 hours, 7 days a week.



Your employer will provide all the meals during your program!



Live in the middle of nature and enjoy comfortable lodgings with a different style.

Salary paid in US Dollars

Salary paid in US Dollars

All the payments you receive will be in dollars, obtaining some advantages at the time of the change to national currency.

Improvement of your English skills

Improvement of your English skills

Having to communicate 24/7 in English will help you improve the language. In addition to that you will have interaction with people who speak English because it is their native language.

Develop abilities that will help you through your entire life

Develop abilities that will help you through your entire life

Meet and greet to get to know other people who are doing the same as you!

Meet and Greet

Meet and Greet

Enjoy the coexistence prior to the camp with our other participants. Be part of this great community.

Online training

Online training

We will train you before you get to camp so that you’re ready for everything.

Teaching your favorite activity

Teaching your favorite activity

Be it a sport, arts and crafts or something else!



Private, traditional
or residential camps.

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YMCA camps.


Agency camps.


Girl Scout camps.


Day camps.


Religious camps.


Special-needs camps.



Arts and science

  • Crafts
  • Jewelry making
  • Painting
  • Photography
  • Music
  • Knitting/crochet
  • Leather crafting
  • Glass crafts
  • Woodworking
  • Acting
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  • Football
  • Soccer
  • Volleyball
  • Baseball
  • Softball
  • Tennis
  • Basketball
  • Golf
  • Gymnastics
  • Horseback riding
  • Hockey
  • Field Hockey
  • Track and field
  • Fencing
  • Lacrosse
  • Martial arts
  • Archery
  • Cycling
  • Ultimate frisbee
  • Physical training
  • Rifle shooting/aiming
  • Cheerleading
  • High ropes
  • Fishing
  • Hiking
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Water sports

  • Swimming
  • Waterski
  • Driving a motor boat
  • Slalom
  • Wakeboard
  • Sailing
  • Kayaking
  • Windsurfing
  • Paddle board
  • Rowing
  • Canoeing
  • Navigation
  • Snorkeling
  • Lifesaver skills
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Extreme sports

  • Skateboarding
  • Surfing
  • Mountain Biking
  • Mountain climbing
  • Rock climbing
  • BMX
  • Go-carts
  • Paintball
  • Survival skills
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All of our recruits must be insured as mandated by the State Department of the U.S.A.

You will be covered from 24 hours before your program starts until 24 hours after your program ends.

Your program comes with a standard policy, but you can always upgrade it to ‘premium’ to enhance your coverage even further. You can even extend your coverage if you’re planning to stay beyond the program dates.