Camp Leaders have been working hard through the winter to ensure that their program of events and activities will be as good as, if not better than, previous years.
Online PR News – 11-March-2013 – Liverpool, Merseyside – With the days starting to draw out again, the light is finally visible at the end of the long winter tunnel. Camp Leaders have been working hard through the winter to ensure that their program of events and activities will be as good as, if not better than, previous years. The forthcoming summer season brings a whole host of potential job roles for keen young adults looking to experience work at summer Camp America is ready and waiting to be explored and enjoyed.
Of the many roles, the most commonly known is the general counselor role. This role incorporates many aspects of life at Summer Camp, including involvement in the day to day running of the camp, taking part in and instructing organised activity sessions and general childcare as free time is spent bonding with the campers. Most first time camp workers are placed in a general counselor position, with returning counselors looking to take on a more specialised or senior role on subsequent trips.
A specialised counselor will have gained a qualification in a particular field, be it lifeguarding or swimming instruction. They will then be utilised by the camp to provide specific sessions of their activity to all camp members. The role allows individuals with a particular interest in a sporting activity or creative industry to spend more of their time doing what they are passionate about. This in turn leads to happier staff, and a better quality of program activity for the campers - overall, a winning solution.
All counselors will live amongst the campers, often sharing accommodation in cabins with fellow counselors and campers. Close bonds are formed, with many lifelong friendships forged over the summer months.
For those who prefer to take a role less in the limelight, Camp Leaders requires a large number of support staff, and offers these roles to young people looking to gain some experience for their CV whilst working abroad for a summer. Support staff roles include administration, maintenance, kitchen and housekeeping. These roles often appeal to young people looking to kick start a career without sacrificing a summer abroad. The opportunity to amalgamate industry experience and summer travelling abroad is often an attractive one, especially for those who are a little more reserved and favour the behind the scenes contributions.
With a wide range of roles available, Camp Leaders are actively welcoming applications from keen young people looking to venture abroad for Summer Camp Jobs in any of the above roles.
Camp Leaders provide summer camp jobs throughout the United States with flights, visa sponsorship and insurance included, summer camp America is a life changer.