You want to find a job that suits your skills, experience, and interests. We want to match you with a camp that you’ll truly enjoy. Our matching process is designed to help set you up for a great summer of work experience. Here’s how it works:
1. Interview and Orientation
Once you submit your application, you'll need to complete an interview with InterExchange or one of our partners in your country. Once the interview is completed and application fees are paid, your application will be available to our wide network of U.S. summer camps!
We'll review available camp jobs and match you with positions that we believe you'll be well-suited for. When matching you, we consider a variety of factors, including your dates of availability, your skills and experience, your personality, and your English ability. In addition to designated staff working to match you with camps, camp directors can also log on to our online system and browse available applications and choose you as a match.
The camp director can review your application exclusively for up to one week before making a hiring decision. If you are being reviewed by a camp, your application will not be visible to other camps. During the review period, camps will mostly likely try to contact you for more information or an additional interview.
4. Job Offer
If the camp director decides to hire you, we'll notify you by email and send you the InterExchange Placement Offer. The camp may also give you a job offer specific for their camp. If the director does not wish to hire you, we'll try to match you with another position.
When you accept a camp's job offer, you have five days to return a signed placement letter to the camp and InterExchange. If you decide not to go to camp, you will need to have a good reason for this. We will try to place you at another camp, but cannot guarantee a second placement.