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Careers at Camp

“I’ve taken it this far. You take it from here. Raise a little hell.” – Hole in the Wall Founder Paul Newman’s toast to the staff the night before the Camp first opened in 1988.

Working for The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp brings with it some of the richest and most rewarding experiences imaginable in professional life. We seek caring, kind and passionate individuals who are willing to bring their unique gifts and diverse backgrounds to the shared goal of providing fun, friendship and “a different kind of healing” to the lives of children with serious illnesses and their families.

Careers with The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp

Hole in the Wall’s Core Values of Safety, Inclusion, Friendship, Possibility and Gratitude shape work experiences and environments where compassion, collegiality and community are at the heart of all professional interactions. No matter their roles or responsibilities, all Hole in the Wall employees are wholeheartedly supported by an organization that remains dedicated to their professional success and personal well-being. In addition to competitive salaries and exemplary benefits, Hole in the Wall offers one-of-a-kind professional experiences where purpose and play are the path to growth and fulfillment.

There are jobs and there are opportunities

The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp can be your opportunity to make a difference in the lives of those who deserve the very best you have to offer. Inspiration is never in short supply when working for Hole in the Wall and we look forward to learning more about you, and exploring how your creativity and commitment can bring Paul Newman’s dream to exciting new places.


Benefits Summary

The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp offers a generous range of benefits to eligible employees to provide for their health and welfare. In addition to those legally mandated such as FMLA and COBRA, benefits include the following:

Work/Life Balance

  • 10 Paid Holidays
  • 27 Days Paid Time Off
  • Paid Parental Leave
  • Paid Bereavement Leave
  • Paid Jury Duty
  • Telework Opportunities for select positions

Professional Development

  • Tuition Reimbursement
  • Cross Department/Region Opportunities
  • Professional Organization and License Fee Reimbursement

Health & Wellness

  • Healthcare Plan (Medical, Dental, Vision, Prescription)/Section 125 Plan
  • Medical Co-Pay and Insurance Deductible Reimbursement
  • Life Insurance
  • Long-Term Disability Insurance
  • Accidental Death and Dismemberment Insurance
  • Wellness Reimbursement
  • Employee Assistance Programs

Financial Wellness

  • 403(b) and Roth 403(b) Plans
  • Defined Contribution Plan
  • Financial Literacy

Work With Purpose

  • Volunteer Opportunities in Program
  • Personal Use of Camp
  • Commitment to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
  • Employee Workgroups

We are committed to creating an environment of belonging and support

Hole in the Wall Gang recognizes that the individual gifts our staff and campers bring to us, make us better. Our mission is critical and each person who works here has unique life experience that they bring to fulfilling our mission of providing “a different kind of healing” to children with serious illnesses and their families.

The Hole in the Wall Gang focuses our efforts in the following specific initiatives:

  • Internal Teams that focus on pragmatic efforts towards DEI work throughout the organization
  • DEI Discussion and Planning Committee
  • Executive Team Workgroup
  • HR Workgroup that supplements DEI efforts

From a Staff Member

This week, in 2015, I volunteered at camp for the first time. The four summers that followed at 565 Ashford Center Road and these past two years in Philadelphia filled my life with a deeper purpose than my 18-year-old self ever expected to find in a lifetime.

When I close my eyes and think of these last few years, I see quiet afternoons spent at the boathouse or awards nights where the energy around me in the theater could only possibly be measured on the Richter scale. I see an oncology clinic playroom packed with laughing patients. And I see some of the most incredible patients, campers, and their families whose camp journeys happened to intersect with mine – some for years, some for a week, some even just for an afternoon at the hospital.

Across all these scenes, I see the incredible people around me wearing name badges or lanyards, giving everything they have towards making magic and doing good. You all have been some of my closest friends and biggest inspirations, and it’s been a privilege to be your colleague.