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Junior Counselors gain valuable work and leadership experience when they spend the summer getting to know the ins and outs of camp and learning from more seasoned staff members. Junior Counselors attend staff training, go on weekly field trips, and participate in all camp activities, just as Counselors do. Successful Junior Counselors have an edge over new staff applicants the following summer.
Counselors make sure our campers in Kid Camp have fun and stay safe each and every day. Counselors spend the summer playing sports, swimming, cooking, singing, and serving as a positive Jewish role model to children entering kindergarten through 6th grade. Counselors are assigned to bunks that are grouped by camper age.
Senior Counselors have all the duties of a regular counselor, plus some additional ones. Senior Counselors provide leadership among the counselors and assist the head staff in a variety of ways. Senior Counselors model good counselor behavior and address questions and concerns from Counselors and Junior Counselors. Senior Counselors will ensure campers’ well-being and make their camp experience as fun and rewarding as possible
Unit Heads are reliable staff people we will lean on in a variety of ways, therefore, must be available to work most of the summer. Unit Heads are responsible for the well-being and quality of experiences of all campers within their assigned unit of bunks. Unit Heads are to be a source of knowledge and a leader for Counselors with regards to camper behavior management techniques, ideas for filling time with fun games and activities, and ways to encourage camper participation and excitement. Programmatically, Unit Heads may plan camp-wide programs or color war, and assist in supervising activities and field trips.
Want to share your passion for sports, art, cooking, yoga, martial arts, music, drama, science, dance, or virtually any other cool activity with our campers this summer? Activity specialists get to interact with campers who rotate to their activity area each day. If you have experience teaching or coaching kids in a particular area, this job is for you! Activity leaders do not need to be Jewish but must be open to infusing Judaism and life skills into activity sessions. This position is hired as an independent contractor on an as-needed basis.
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