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Summer Camp Cycling Coach


Posted by CT Cycling Advancement Program on 05/03/2022

Job Basics

Industry Sector: Bike

Job Categories: Camp Staff & Counselors, Outdoor Education

Company Type: DoesnotApply

State: CT

City: South Kent

Country: United States

Required Experience: 0 - 1 year

Job Type: Seasonal Part Time

Salary: $700 per Camp Session

Required to Relocate:

Required to Travel: Yes

Employee May Telecommute: No

Job Seeker Must Live Within: 50+ miles

Job Description & Requirements

CCAP 2022 Road Summer Camp Coach Position

The CCAP Road Summer Camp is a benefit provided to Road riders from “Regional” and “School” teams, as well as student athletes not affiliated with the CCAP. The CCAP seeks an experienced Road Coach to lead rides during the 2022 edition of the summer camp, held on July 6th-10th, based in South Kent, CT. This position will require the hire to remain with the overnight camp from the morning of July 6th through camp pick-up on the afternoon of July 10th. Room and board will be provided.


  • Work collaboratively with CCAP Road Camp Director, Operations Manager, and Youth Program Director to organize, plan, schedule, and execute the ride schedule and daily activity format for entire camp experience.

  • Directly inspire young people to participate in the sport of cycling by and through such efforts.

  • Assist CCAP Camp Director during camp and attend to any needs arising from campers, staff, or other admin needs.


  • Candidates must be social, outgoing, positive, and encouraging in a youth environment.

  • Candidates should be an expert Road rider/racer and able to lead and teach youth riders during skill enhancing drills, road and gravel riding, interval training sessions, race-day preparation and mindfulness, and general road safety.

  • Must be highly organized and able to multi-task, including handling risk management and road safety when riding in groups.

  • General technological proficiency with Microsoft, Adobe, and other standard business software preferred;

  • Completion of Safesport Training and comprehensive background check required

  • Position will also require general physical labor such as lifting/moving/loading bikes and other equipment.


  • $700 per camp session

  • Room and Board for duration of camp


Email: Brian Wolfe, Operations Manager

About CT Cycling Advancement Program

Giving Connecticut’s youth access to the sport of cycling, one rider at a time.

Our Mission

The Connecticut Cycling Advancement Program's mission is to ensure that Connecticut's youth and their families have access and exposure to an organized state-wide youth cycling league. Additionally, youth and their parents should be able to see a clear avenue that allows them to develop as far as their ambition, skills and abilities can take them. The sport of cycling teaches a child or young adult a wealth of values, social skills and mindsets that help them become successful in every aspect of their life, and the CCAP is proud to provide kids across the state with the opportunity to participate in a safe and positive team-based environment.