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Be a pirate! Join the crew!

Finding Your Neverland will be holding auditions starting in June for Performers (actors and actresses) for our interactive Pirate-themed summer adventure camp nestled in the foothills of the Oregon Cascade mountains.

Seeking high energy, versatile entertainers to engage our guests (children and adults) with a variety of songs, dances, and scripted interactive activities. Performers must be charismatic, outgoing and FUN.  Must work well as a team player and have the stamina to work 8-10 hour shifts.

Spring Season starts in April and runs weekends through May. Summer Season runs seven days a week June through August. Fall Season runs weekends only September through the end of October 

(Day and evening shifts available, hours and working dates can be flexible).

We are currently accepting applications for performers who are comfortable potentially living on site.

Finding Your Neverland is a great job for college theater/arts students, camp counselors, or recent grads. 

No pirate experience or elaborate costumes required, Pirates will be trained.  

Crew is paid depending on the gig with room & board and stipend or hourly wage. 

Finding Your Neverland is a fun, outdoor, creative job. Come be a pirate! 

All staff is subject to criminal background checks.

To apply, fill out an employment application available below.

Once applications are received eligible performers will be contacted with an audition time and location

Program Staff and Volunteers

 Program Staff are camp counselors who lead and provide recreational activities, supervise the event, and ensure attendee safety and comfort.

  • Counselors may additionally possess one or more of these certifications:
    • Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
    • Lifeguard
    • Small Craft Water Safety
    • Archery Instructor
    • CPR/First Aid
    • OLCC Servers
    • Oregon Food Handlers Permit

Finding Your Neverland will provide training and certification free of charge to committed persons willing to serve and learn. Room/Board and a stipend are provided in addition to training. Stipends are dependent on level of commitment, experience with camp and specific responsibilities assigned.

  • Program staff must meet the following qualifications:
    • 18 years of age or older
    • No criminal history involving abuse, sexual misconduct or violent crime
    • Three verifiable character references (non-relative)
    • Physical stamina to assist lifting 150 lbs, Climb to a top bunk, and run 100m for the purposes of rescue and client safety
    • Ability to hear, read, write and communicate verbally in English (to interpret site rules, safety regulations and procedures)
    • Ability to work as a team member, cooperate and encourage others
    • Accepting of instruction, positive correction and supervision for success
    • Desire to teach, supervise and encourage both youth and adults
    • Adaptability, resourcefulness, enthusiastic and creative energy (like to have fun)
    • Willing to live on site in accommodations for length of session and accept rotating shift duty
    • Willing to work and live in the outdoors, enjoy nature, and be its steward
  • Preferences:
    • Valid Driver License with good driving record
    • Customer Service experience
    • Camping experience or Outdoor Education background
    • Theatrical background, training or relevant experience
  • Specific Duties:
    • Specific roles and duties will vary. At the time of interview the director will discuss job descriptions and assignments as applicable to the experience and desired time commitment of each applicant. Some duty assignments may require additional training, extended essential functions, and/or age requirements.

Current Openings

  • Permanent Paid Program Staff
  • Seasonal Volunteer Program Staff (comped admission)
  • Technical Director/Stage Manager
  • Costume Designer/Seamstress/Tailor
  • Master Carpenter/Props Fabricator
  • Widow's Scourge Outreach Cast Member
  • Camp Nurse - RN or CNA required
  • Lifeguard/Boating Instructor - Current Certifications Required
  • Site Security - DPSST required

 Staff and Volunteer Application below in downloads.

Now Recruiting Actors, Musicians, and Roving Festival Performers

Our summer camp hires performance troupes, actors, and musical acts for performances for the entertainment of our attendees. We are always looking for the latest and greatest new acts to spectacularly round out our unique and fun programming. Be the life of the party!

  • Entertainer Application can be downloaded below

Artisan and Merchant Opportunties

Who doesn't want to take a small part of their adventure in Neverland home with them? We want to be sure that the perfect souvenir is there for the taking and in doing so we want to support local small business owners and artisans by providing them with opportunities to showcase their talents to our piratical guests. 

Applications for the following can be found below under downloads:

  • Merchant/Artisan (Non-Food) Appliction
  • Food or Alcohol Merchant Appliction

Widow's Scourge Outreach Cast

The Widow's Scourge is the official pirate ship of Finding Your Neverland and it's own non-for-profit club. It's members are volunteers that use their piratical performance talents for community awareness and to bring the joy of pirates to those who could use a smile on their face. Each year we pick a charity of our choice to support and promote in the interest of creating positive change in our shared reality.

Want to be a pirate for social causes? Do you like making people smile? Does your charity need a piratical mascot?

Please contact us with your charity suggestions or with questions on how to get involved by emailing us at info@findingyourneverland.org


Help Our Cause

Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals and improve our programming. Your generous donation will fund further expeditions to Neverland.

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