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- Seeking enthusiastic leaders to work with youth 8-16 years old in a residential mountain ranch camp; must demonstrate interest in working with children and the outdoors.
- Positions include: backpacking leaders, horsemanship, crafts, woodworking, ceramics, hiking, camping, and general counselors.
- Must be 19 years old and have completed 1 year of college or equivalent work experience by June.
- For more information, please see: http://www.bar717.com/staff/job-opportunities/
- Free room and board
- Great resume builder
- Training provided, including CPR/First-Aid
- Email us or call 1 (800) 821-2801
- Free room and board
- Open positions: Theatre Arts Director, Go-Cart Director, Parent Liaison, and much more!
- Memories and friendships to last a lifetime
- Email us or call Ashley at 1 (800) 821-2801
- We are a non-profit, independent, co-ed camp that focuses on Connecting, Exploring and Growing!
- Camp overlooks the Pacific Ocean while nestled in a Monterey Pine forest.
- Our Off-Site Coordinators are in charge of transportation including driving our 15 person vans. This position is perfect for someone who loves a good road trip!
- Off-Site Coordinators help lead all our off-site trips such as kayaking, rock climbing and going to the beach. Each day is filled with adventure!
Soquel, California Position Available:
Camp Counselors (Day and Resident camps) Salary Range:
$408+ /week with room and board Type:
Coed Camp with Residential & Day Camp Sessions Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: http://www.kennolyncamps.com
- Make a difference in a child's life and make your own lifelong friendships.
- njoy working outdoors, under the warm California sun close to many clean beaches and hot surf spots. A job full of like minded, dedicated people. The hardest job you'll ever love!
- Counselors who can teach the following activities required: climbing, ropes course, swimming, archery, riflery, fencing, horseback riding, self defense, outdoor adventure, drama, photography, fun science, outdoor cooking, crafts, ceramics, tennis and more. (We train our own Ropes staff and Waterfront staff incl. Lifeguards!)
- Lifeguard Certification is a plus but not required
- Assisting and/or leading on or off-camp trips, activities, programs and special events.
- Living, working with and having charge of a group of campers.
- Being a responsible, dedicated role model to the campers and other staff.
- Assistant Counselor, Wrangler, and Support Staff positions also available-- email for information.
- Work, play, struggle, smile and grow in a small, vibrant community this summer while creating opportunities for children to reconnect with the innocence and wonder of childhood.
- Learn and teach a handful of our amazing variety of 150+ activities. From fire spinning to stained glass, canoes to zipline canopy tours, and horseback archery to dinner dressed as pirates- every day is full of magic!
- Live in a tree house, yurt or open air cabin; indulge in locally sourced, organic, fresh made meals; and dive into personal growth with a 3.5 week staff training.
- Staff must be at least 19 years old and available to work from May 14 to Aug 10, 2019. To apply, fill out our Interest Form (http://goo.gl/axqfPb) or send us an email at email@example.com.
- Instructors lead activities that include backpacking, rock climbing, mountaineering, mountain biking, caving, canoeing, sea kayaking, whitewater rafting, ice climbing, ziplining, cooking, orienteering
- The six-person instructor team works closely together to coordinate all aspects of the trip, including instruction in all outdoor activities, risk management, managing group dynamics, menu planning, purchasing food, laundry, transportation, coordinating with outfitters, maintaining equipment and handling medical issues.
- Benefits include a competitive salary, a travel stipend, access to pro-purchase discounts, and the opportunity to work both summer (early June to mid-August) and fall school group programs (late August through late October in North Carolina).
- Applicants must be 21 years of age (college graduate or degree in progress preferred), have a valid WFR/CPR certification (or be willing to acquire one), several years experience working with youth and leading outdoor programs and be willing to work long hours with little to no time off.
- Spend the summer teaching campers your favorite outdoor activities—rock-climbing (real rock!), sailing, kayaking, canoeing, windsurfing, arts-and-crafts. Must have previous teaching experience or significant expertise (e.g., 100+ hours) in your primary skill area. Backpacking, guitar, archery experience a plus.
- Get certified in Wilderness First Aid & Red Cross Lifeguard/First Aid/Professional CPR during staff training. Must be good swimmer; if not already a certified lifeguard, you must be capable of being certified during staff training. Additional pay with WFR or EMT certification valid through 8/12/17.
- Improve your own leadership and interpersonal skills in this dual Instructor-Counselor role. Staff should enjoy children, & be friendly & outgoing, high energy, adventurous, helpful, caring & thoughtful, open to new ideas, willing to help with camp chores/maintenance, and able to follow all camp rules.
- Join our adventure family! Room & board provided in two-person platform tents (with mattresses), scattered among camper tents. Staff bathroom with hot shower in lodge. Wifi Internet access available for staff use several times each week.
- Lead groups of up to 12 students in science based classes as well as ropes courses, arts & crafts, and other classic summer camp activities!
- Work with awesome scientific equipment like 3D printers, microscopes, telescopes, liquid nitrogen and more!
- Bachelor's Degree encouraged
- Live on site in an amazing community. Instructors to not live in the dorms with the kids, but instead in attached fully furnished staff housing.