It is with pleasure that I welcome you to Nashoba North. At Nashoba North we are passionate about youth development and the important role that summer camp can play in developing well-rounded young people. We offer our campers the opportunity to explore new activities, gain an appreciation for nature, make lifelong friendships and learn how to live and participate in a community away from the pressures of everyday life and school. We create an environment in which the kids have the freedom to choose their own activities and we provide the structure and support needed to allow them to succeed. A huge part of this is our staff. We hire older collegians who not only have an expertise in the activity that they teach but also the character and temperament essential to leading a cabin and making camp fun. After all, for kids, camp is all about having fun & making friends. Nashoba North is a great place to do both of these things.
– Sarah Seaward
Jason’s first visit to Nashoba North and Crescent Lake was a long time ago yet he still remembers how special it felt when he first arrived. He is excited to return to camp this summer as Assistant Director and feels very privileged to work again with the Seaward Family. Jason looks forward to providing life long memories for all campers and staff at Crescent Lake.
Jason’s career for the past 25 years has been centered around education through both teaching and coaching in schools, universities and professional sports. He has been married to his wife Vikki 20 years and his son Mitch has just turned 19 years old. They have lived in Townsville in North Queensland since 2003
The mornings at camp and the great friends I have made.
Stacey first joined Nashoba North in the summer of 2006 as a riding instructor and quickly earned a reputation as a leader in our community. After spending 4 years on the West coast teaching environmental education, Stacey returned to New England and re-joined our staff family at Nashoba North. With her love for the environment, Stacey made our camp’s “Earth Week” educational and entertaining for everyone and taught campers how they can make a difference in protecting our environment.
As Program Director, Stacey recruits and supervises staff and coordinates summer training. In addition, Stacey organizes camper schedules and oversees staff assignments in all camp activities.
Watching all of my campers grow and thrive during the summer!
Head of Boys
Tim joined Nashoba North in the summer of 2013 as Head of Boys. Tim brings years of experience and instinct as an educator and parent to his role as well as enthusiasm and love for camp!
Tim began teaching in 1988 after attending Bowdoin College in Brunswick, ME. Since then he has been involved in traditional and experiential education. He currently works at Blair Academy in Blairstown, NJ where he serves as the Language Department Chair as well as the housemaster of a dormitory. His wife, Ying, and children, Mary Clare and Finn, love their summers at Nashoba North and are looking forward to returning.
Stacey Monahan acting in whatever role on whatever day (for example, Mother Earth in 2014!)
Co-Head of Girls
Sara joined Nashoba North in the summer of 2012 as an office administrator, where she was quickly given her camp name, “Gules.” After taking a few summers off to begin a career in teaching, she returned to camp in the summer of 2015 as one of the Co-Heads of Girls. Gules brings experience in many different areas to camp including years of playing soccer, hockey and lacrosse as well as work experience in several outdoor education programs.
During the school year, Gules is an elementary school teacher and 8th grade lacrosse coach in Scarborough, ME. She is thrilled to be back at Nashoba North for another summer on beautiful Crescent Lake.
Making connections with campers and staff and watching them excel in their activities throughout the summer.
Co-Head of Girls
Amy first joined Nashoba North in the summer of 2006 as a swim instructor on the beautiful Crescent Lake. After three summers, Amy took on the role of Aquatic Director before becoming Co-Head of Girls in 2010. Amy brings years of swim training, teaching experience and a love for summer camp to her role at CNN.
Amy has spent the past three years as an Assistant Aquatics Director and Assistant Swim Camp Director at a competitive swim facility in Boston, MA. Prior to that she worked as an Elementary Art Teacher in New Hampshire. Amy is very excited to return to the shore of Crescent Lake.
Cabin nights making S’mores by the lake!
Patrick joined Nashoba North in the summer of 2009 as a cabin counselor and member of the athletic staff teaching archery, lacrosse, disc golf and basketball. In 2011 Patrick took on the role of Athletic Director, bringing several years of athletic leadership and experience to camp. As Athletic Director, Patrick coordinates the weekly athletic offerings at camp as well as inter-camp competitions with surrounding camps. Along with his love of working with staff and campers, Patrick brings experience both as a multi-sport athlete and as a high school lacrosse coach to Nashoba North.
During the school year, Patrick is an elementary school teacher at Kingsley Montessori School in Boston, MA.
Watching campers try and excel at new activities, from the riding rings to the waterfront and at all areas in between!
New York City Alumni Director and Camper Advisor
Amelia began working at Nashoba North in the summer of 2003 as a sports counselor. She returned for 5 more summers as a dance and sports counselor and director of “Arts Night”. Amelia then rose to the position of Head of Girls. She has served as Nashoba North’s New York City Alumni Director and Camper Advisor since 2009. Amelia brings a love for Nashoba North and a belief that all kids should experience camp to her advisory role in helping families understand what Nashoba North has to offer their child(ren).
Amelia lives in Brooklyn, NY and works as the Senior Advisor to New York City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito.
Watching my cabin in full dance party mode on Sunapee field.
Elana’s experience with Nashoba North dates back to its early years under the Seaward family when she went as a camper in 1988 and 1989. She then returned as a camp counselor in 1993. Twenty years later, Elana returns to Nashoba North but this time as the proud parent of a camper. Her daughter will be returning to camp for her 3rd summer this year. Elana has joined the Nashoba North team as Parent Liaison, bringing her love for and experience with Nashoba North and her understanding of the questions and concerns parents have as they send their child(ren) off to camp.
Driving back to camp after 20 years away, helping my daughter unpack in her cabin and revisiting my old cabin, Rangeley!