Sebasco Harbor Resort

Sebasco Harbor Resort is a smoke free family friendly resort providing guests and staff alike the opportunity to experience the freedom, natural beauty and endless outdoor recreation that are part of the Maine experience. The resort is amidst 550 acres of woodland, waterfront, gardens and golf course on the Midcoast of Maine.  Sebasco Estates is a delightful harborside village on Casco Bay.

We have been hiring Work and Travel students for years and they enjoy working for us because we provide good jobs and good hours.  We also make sure that students have the opportunity to get off the property and in to town to see more of what Maine has to offer!  We arrange site seeing trips for students that want to go see more of Maine on their days off.  And when students are not working, they are able to utilize some of the fun activities available at the resort.

Why should you work for Sebasco Harbor Resort?

 

·          Meals and housing are included for $100 USD per week

·          Great location including; resort amenities, employee discounts, beaches, weekly trips to town, fishing, boating, biking, kayaking, swimming, bowling, and more

·          Practice your English language skills with customers and co-workers

 

What our participants have to say:

“The housing is good and comfortable to live. Job meets my expectations. I hope to work even more hours soon.”

-David

 

“I am satisfied because everything works according to my plans and I enjoy my staying here”

          - Marius

 

About MidCoast Maine:

Maine’s MidCoast Region offers an experiential and exploratory tour of the state’s “best-of” list. Driving along Maine’s MidCoast, you’ll be able to explore the peninsulas that sprout from the mainland like fingers and reach towards the sea. Discover your own favorite lobster shack or cove, find the perfect lobster roll, and watch the lobster boats approach the harbor, stacked high with traps. A drive through the MidCoast Region during the summer months can lead you to a picnic at Reid State Park, kayaking in Boothbay Harbor, or a full-on oyster feast in Damariscotta and Newcastle

Visit the following links to learn more:

http://www.nytimes.com/2012/08/05/travel/36-hours-in-midcoast-maine.html

http://www.tripadvisor.com/Attractions-g1438850-Activities-Mid_Coast_Maine_Maine.html

http://maineguide.com/region/midcoast/

 

Weather in MidCoast Maine:

 

MidCoast, Maine has a humid continental climate with warm summers and no dry season. On average, there are 199 sunny days per year. The month of August is characterized by gradually falling daily high temperatures, with daily highs around 72°F (22°C) throughout the month. Throughout August, the most common forms of precipitation are thunderstorms. They are most likely around August 1, when it is observed during 3% of all days.  The average July high is around 77°F (25°C) degrees.

 

For more info visit:
http://www.sebasco.com/

How to Get There

Students may fly into Boston Logan Airport (BOS) or Portland Airport (PWM). From either location, students should then take the Concord Coach Bus to Bath, Maine.

For more information visit the links below:

 

www.concordcoachlines.com

www.portlandjetport.org

www.massport.com/logan