Administration

Kelly Steinhagen, Enrichment Director

ksteinhagen@breakwaterschool.org

207-772-8689 ext 238

Wendy Getchell, Community Programs & Early Childhood Coordinator

wgetchell@breakwaterschool.org

207-772-8689 ext 232

Peter Wallis, Summer Program Director

pwallis@breakwaterschool.org

207-772-8689

Katie Way, AfterCare Program Coordinator

kway@breakwaterschool.org

207-772-8689, ext 228

Jessica Houk - Parent And Professional Development Programs jhouk@breakwaterschool.org  207-772-8689 ext. 227

Jessica Houk - Parent And Professional Development Programs

jhouk@breakwaterschool.org 

207-772-8689 ext. 227

 

EDUCATORS

We are excited to offer a diversity of classes designed specifically for your child's age group by an assortment of talented and experienced staff across our sessions. Our Enrichment educators include experts in their field, Breakwater faculty, and community partners. 


Come WORK WITH US!

Breakwater is an equal opportunity employer (EOE), and does not discriminate in employment on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, disability and genetic information, age, membership in an employee organization, or other non-merit factor. 


SUMMER CIT Positions

The CIT (Counselor-in-Training) program is designed for high school students with an interest in the arts, science, nature, writing, sports, and leadership who enjoy working with children in a cooperative, team environment. CITs work with the Program Directors to create an individualized schedule for the summer, assisting with teaching classes which interest them and helping to maintain the positive energy of camp. CITs assist with supervising students at attendance, lunch, and checkout. They attend weekly staff meetings, a two day orientation prior to camp, assist with special events, and participate in the clean-up of the camp at the end of each session. Modest stipends are awarded based on grade in school and experience. CITs are accepted after an application and interview process with the program directors. CIT applicants must be ages 14 to 18 and have completed at least one year of high school.