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Have you ever considered teaching a class for CAP?

Do you have an idea for a class or program that you would like to see offered? We are always looking for new instructors with creative ideas. If you have a suggestion for a new program or are interested in teaching a class, please fill out this Create A Class form and return it to the CAP office.


Cambridge Area Community Pool

Water Fitness Instructors

Currently hiring Water Fitness Instructors for Fit After 50 & Aquacize.  Experience teaching group fitness classes preferred but not required. Pay based on experience and certifications.  Immediate openings; to apply, fill out the application found at the bottom of this page; for more information contact Kathryn at (608) 423-8097 or

Lifeguards and Head Lifeguards

Currently hiring for all hours!  Looking for daytime, evening and weekend lifeguards.  Must have current certifications.  Immediate openings; to apply, fill out the application found at the bottom of this page; for more information contact Kathryn at (608) 423-8097 or

Swim Lesson Instructors

Join our highly qualified team of Swim Lesson Instructors!  Currently hiring energetic and knowledgeable individuals to teach swim lessons.  This is a great opportunity to make a lasting impact on the lives of youth!

  1. Must be at least 16 years of age.
  2. Must hold current certification in: American Red Cross Community First Aid and Safety, American Red Cross CPR for the Professional Rescuer.
  3. Must successfully display knowledge of and the ability to demonstrate the skills taught.
  4. Sound physical and mental health
CAP CARE Assistant Teacher

General Description:

Under the supervision of the Child Care Coordinator, the Child Care Assistant Teacher shall support daily activities, as well as implementing lesson plans. Job responsibilities will also include checking children in and out of the facility, preparing and assisting with snack times, providing positive direction for activities, and communication with parents and staff.   Approximately 20 hours per week. Hours could be from 6:00 – 8:00 am and/or 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm, Monday through Friday.

Youth Center Aide

General Description:

Under the supervision of the Youth Center Director, the Youth Center Aide’s primary function is to assist in the daily operation of the Cambridge Area Youth Center. Aides will be at least a minimum of 18 years old, and be able to work well in a collaborative environment supporting the purpose of the youth center which is to provide a free drop in after school program to Cambridge students in grades 5-8.

See a full job description and application requirements by using the link here:  Youth Center Aide JD

Summer Internship
Primary Responsibilities:  The CAP Intern is responsible for assisting the CAP Director and administrative team in managing and developing a working recreation department.  The intern will gain experience in day-to-day youth sports operations, pool operations, program planning, budgeting, personnel supervision, and summer day camp activities.  The primary area will be youth baseball and softball where they will assist in scheduling umpires and fields, field maintenance, facilitating leagues, and working with the public on a daily basis.

Qualifications:  The successful candidate will have completed at least three years of formal education in park and recreation management or a closely related field from a college or university.  Strong communication and organizational skills, experience in working with the public, and knowledge of baseball programming and field maintenance is preferred. Must be able to operate basic computer software and possess First Aid CPR/AED certification or ability to obtain is desirable.

Educational Aspects:  Intern will learn hands-on the daily operations of a recreational program.  Scheduling, purchasing, budgeting, and program development will be covered in the internship. The intern will develop people skills through working with the general public, youth athletes, the CAP Board of Directors, and CAP employees.

Duration and Wage:  The position will begin late May or early June and end mid to late August (approximately 11-12 weeks), or depending on the credit requirements of the student. This internship offers a $1,000 stipend that is paid at the midway and ending point of the student’s internship commitment. CAP hosts interns from accredited colleges and universities. However all applications will be considered.

Application: Send resume and cover letter to:
Cambridge Community Activities Program
Attn: Lesli Rumpf, Executive Director
608) 423-8108
P.O. Box 54
Cambridge, WI 53523

Applications will be accepted until position is filled. The Cambridge Community Activities Program is an equal opportunity employer.

Click on the following link for an Employee Application or contact CAP at (608) 423-8108.


Employee Application

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