The essence of camp is that everyone does a little bit of everything. You will find that your position often includes things that you never thought of doing, like teaching a child about table manners or singing a silly camp song. While everyone works together at camp, we do have different types of jobs which you will learn about below.
Are responsible for 10-15 campers in a group. During activity periods, you will travel with them to different activities and assist the Specialists with group dynamics and skills demonstrations. As part of a 2 or 3-person team you will be responsible for guiding campers through each and every day… its activities, joys, challenges, and ups, downs. YOU WILL MAKE A DIFFERENCE! By providing encouragement to your campers, you will help lead them to accomplish things they never thought they could do.
Supervise our Group Counselors while working closely with our parents to insure their children are reaching their full potential. Each village leader is responsible for a specific age group of boys and girls. Village leaders provide guidance and support in terms of group management while also organizing village activities.
Are experts in our program areas: Swim, Athletics, Creative and Performing Arts and Adventure. As an activity specialist you will be called on to work with various age groups, boys, girls, group leaders, program heads– just about everyone. You will have an opportunity to share what you can do and teach what you know. You will learn more about your specialty and yourself! You will make “IT” happen. In a typical day, you will see campers from every village, providing constant positive feedback and guiding them to strive for excellence in everything they do. Our activity areas include: swim instruction, lifeguarding, boating, archery, tennis, athletics, nature, ropes course, rock climbing, dance, drama, music, ceramics, jewelry, arts & crafts and more!
Oversee our four core program areas: Swim, Athletics, Creative & Performing Arts, and Adventure. They provide guidance and support in terms of staff and program management and skills instruction.