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Camp Orkila Day Camp Counselor 2018
Thank you for your interest
in Camp Orkila's Day Camp Counselor Position!
Apply now to join the Orkila Staff Community as a Day Camp Counselor. This is a great opportunity to be part of a team committed to building safe and inclusive environments for young people.
For more information about Camp Orkila and its programs, visit us at
More about the position: Day Camp Counselors work with a team of counselors to facilitate an 8 AM to 5 PM program called "Mt. Si Day Camp" for Orcas Island youth ages 6-12.
Si counselors lead traditional camp activities such as arts and crafts, beach time, and active games. They also create programming around a theme that changes week to week and participate in weekly field trips to Orcas Island. Day Camp Counselors are supervised by a Unit Director and perform other duties as assigned.
- To learn more about working with Camp Orkila and the Y, please visit us online at Please note that if you are interested in multiple positions with Camp Orkila this summer it is only necessary to apply to one posting. We will be happy to consider you for all open positions during the interview process.
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Responsibilities 1. Supervises a group of 30-50 day camp participants.
Ensures that all campers are accounted for and safe at all times. 2. Facilitates program activities that are developmentally appropriate and that promote camper skill and character development. 3. Leads and assists with facilitation of all-camp special events. 4.
Provides leadership and supervision to volunteer teen leadership participants. 5. Maintains safety and cleanliness standards. Takes special note of individual camper health needs or concerns on a daily basis.
Shares cleaning duties with fellow staff. 6. Communicates personal or camper needs to Day Camp Director in a timely manner. 7. Maintains equipment in sound and safe order. 8.
Attends staff meetings and trainings. 9. Follows YMCA policies and procedures, including those related to medical and disciplinary situations, child abuse prevention and emergencies. 10. Other duties as assigned.
Qualifications 1. 18 years of age or older. 2. Current state approved first aid certification. 3.
Current state approved CPR certification. 4. High school graduate or equivalent. 5. One or more years of college preferred. 6.
Ability to participate in activities that involve rigorous physical activity in an outdoor setting, including, but not limited to hiking, boating, camping, swimming, etc. Competencies for success at the Y:
- Strengthens the Y's culture by demonstrating the values of the Y - honesty, caring, respect, and responsibility - in every aspect of work.
- Models cultural competence and supports diversity, effectively working with people of different backgrounds, abilities, opinions, and perceptions.
- Develop Self and Others
- Demonstrates teamwork and personal accountability, seeking and providing feedback, coaching, and resources for development.
- Quality Results
- Takes the initiative and holds self and others accountable to meet or exceed quantitative and qualitative goals relating to people (employees and members), philanthropy, finance and volunteerism.
- Change Capacity
- Facilitates change, seeks opportunities in the change process, models adaptability, and leads transition in support of the Y's mission.
- Inspire Others
- Promotes creativity, generates excitement, and rewards risk taking, while consistently demonstrating a high level of emotional maturity, maintaining a positive attitude and building strong relationships. Become a leader on our team at the YMCA of Greater Seattle where we promote a continuous learning environment and career opportunities.
Competitive pay range and excellent benefit package includes YMCA membership, health, dental, life and disability insurance; tuition assistance; 12% retirement contribution, as eligible. The YMCA of Greater Seattle is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity, inclusion, and equity. We are a drug & alcohol-free workplace. For Office Use Only: #seattleymca.jobs
TypeSeasonal# of Openings12
LocationYMCA Camp Orkila
Address484 Camp Orkila Rd
The staff experience at Camp Chen-A-Wanda is so much more than just a summer job. It may sound like a total cliche', but working at camp will literally change your life. Our counselors are given the opportunity to truly understand what it means to be a part of something special. Our camp is structured around thrilling activities and stunning facilities, but what sets us apart is our palpable camp culture and spirit that is embodied in the incredible people whom we hire every year.
General Counselors and Specialist Counselors are expected to live in a bunk with three to four other counselors and a set group of campers for the 7-week summer session in addition to a 1-week orientation session prior to the campers' arrival on June 23rd, 2018. General Counselors spend their days looking after their campers while also taking them to their scheduled activities which encompass a variety of sports, arts, adventure, and waterfront activities. Specialist Counselors have similar responsibilities, with the exception being that for most or all of the daily schedule (approximately 10:00 am until 5:00 pm- lunch and breaks included) they are expected to be at their specialty area (baseball field, arts and crafts building, lake front, etc.) to teach and coach their specialty to a variety of camper groups that will rotate through on a schedule similar to high school classes. All counselors receive a salary to be paid at the end of the summer session, along with room and board for their entire 8-week stay at camp. Travel bonuses are negotiable based on expenses in coming to camp.
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62605BRJob Title:Camp Counselor
Working under the guidance of the director, you will have the opportunity to impact the lives of children by providing a safe and nurturing environment for children that encourages their social, emotional, physical and intellectual development. You will work with a talented team of teachers and assist in the design and implementation of a developmentally appropriate curriculum according to the guidelines established by Bright Horizons Family Solutions and the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC). As Camp Counselor, you will develop, coordinate and schedule program offerings, promoting the program to customers to ensure enrollment.
Determines appropriate field trips and makes necessary arrangements. You will have the opportunity to grow professionally as you review important decisions with supervisors and work collaboratively to maintain positive relationships with parents, children, co-workers and clients. Ensure the safety and supervision of children at all times by meeting the physical demands of the position.Req Number:62605BRState:Texas Zip/Postal Code:77055City:HoustonJob Category:TeachingPosting Title:Camp CounselorFT/PT:Part-Time Job Type:Temporary
Must be a minimum of 18 years of age with high school diploma or GED with a minimum of one college level ECE course, with a BA, AA or CDA preferred
A minimum of one year of documented professional teaching experience with young children required
Individual state and center requirements may apply Additional Information:Bright Horizons is dedicated to creating a workforce that promotes and supports diversity and inclusion. We provide equal employment opportunities to all individuals without discrimination.
Bright Horizons complies with the laws and regulations set forth in the following EEO is the Law Poster: EEO IS THE LAW. Applicants requiring reasonable accommodation for any part of the application and hiring process should contact the recruitment helpdesk at 855-877-6866 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Determinations on requests for reasonable accommodation will be made on a case-by-case basis. Having technical issues with your online application? Contact us at email@example.com or 855-877-6866. Job Category 2:Center and School
Summer Camp Counselor
Overview Under the leadership of the Education Manager this position is responsible for providing a safe, caring and enriching learning environment for children enrolled in the Salvation Army Kroc Center’s summer camp. Counselors are responsible for conducting themselves in an appropriate manner by setting an example for children, parents/guardians, and co-workers in alignment with The Salvation Army’s core values. Counselors are responsible for complying with all licensing standards and regulations and will assist in ensuring that all adhere to Kroc Center policies and procedures. Counselors are responsible for leading groups of students in assigned activities, safeguarding group gear and implementing discipline procedures. Responsibilities
Initiate and maintain positive relationships with all Kroc Center staff, guests, members, parents/guardians and children.
Comply with all emergency procedures appropriate to the site and in conformity with procedures adopted by emergency service authorities to ensure the safety of the children and staff.
Adhere to and ensure adherence to all The Salvation Army Kroc Corps Community Center policies and procedures as stated in manuals and all subsequent trainings and meetings.
Attend all assigned meetings and trainings, including weekly staff meetings, as scheduled.
Work in a team environment and encourage open communication regarding concerns/issues with the program, children, parents or co-workers.
Assist in maintaining clean-up schedules to maintain the cleanliness of the Kroc Center including completion of task listed on daily clean-up check list.
Communicate with the Education Manager daily regarding concerns/issues with the program, children, parents or co-workers.
Keep a consistent headcount on all children present at site; communicate changes with all other staff and maintain accurate documentation of attendance, behavior and incidents for each child.
Ensure that all staff and children are respectful of Kroc Center property; ensure all rules and regulations are followed.
Role model dignity and respect for others at all times. Actively participate, while encouraging children, in programs and activities.
Consistently demonstrate positive discipline; firmly and consistently enforce the rules; express clear expectations and accountability; ensure that reprimand fits the misbehavior.
Enforce rules for behavior and procedures for maintaining an environment conducive to learning for all students.
Help children to develop a positive self-esteem and sense of self-worth.
Lead children through activities with enthusiasm and professionalism according to training protocol and scheduled program activities.
Assist with the presentation of and lead daily programs offered: lessons, organized activities, theme activities, games, etc.
Provide proper, and continuous, supervision for assigned group during all activities, while adhering to KeepSAfe policies and protocols.
Consistently adhere and implement the process for child release from program to parent or authorized guardian.
Communicate on a daily basis regarding the positive and negative behavior of their children by completing reports.
Express appreciation for their interest in their child(s) participation in the program. Other duties as assigned. Qualifications
_______________________________________________________________________ + 18+ years of age, HS Diploma or GED equivalent preferred.
Bilingual Spanish/English preferred.
Experience working with children of varied ages and abilities in an urban setting is required.
Experience supervising youth and presenting positive role modeling through all interactions required.
Be reliable and dependable.
Exercise mature judgment and sound decision making.
Communicate effectively both orally and in writing.
Work a flexible schedule to meet program staffing/planning needs.
TB test or chest x-ray with insignificant results.
Physical by doctor or appropriate medical professional indicating eligibility to work.
Fingerprinting and background check.
Must provide three references. Job ID2017-4039 CategoryEducation, Training, and Library Occupations TypeTemporary Full-Time
Camp Lemonnier Djibouti - Military Family Life Counselor
Description: Position Purpose: The Sr. Military Family Life Counselor (MFLC) is a licensed mental health professional who exercises discretion and independent judgment to provide appropriate information, coaching, training, and education to military families and service members.
Partners with and augments activities of Service Family Centers, Guard and Reserve programs (including Inter-Service Family Assistance Committees), unit family support staff officers, and other programs and services to build coalitions and connect Federal, state, and local resources and non-profit organizations to support Active Duty, Guard and Reserve families.
Identifies family needs.
Provides face to face non-medical problem solving counseling to families when other resources are not available and makes appropriate referrals and warm transfers to military and community resources according to the needs of families and service members, including the following activities:o Consults with and trains military commands and service providers as requested.o Develops and/or uses approved training and education programs and materials.o Provides client tracking of services performed and referrals made using appropriate reporting system.
May assist with interviewing applicant SPA MFLCs.
Advises on curriculum development and processes requests from commanders on new presentations, advising on compliance with scope of non-medical counseling practice and contract requirements.
Briefs senior members of the military command on behalf of a team of local MFLCs and serves as the single point of contact for disseminating and communicating commander priorities.
Arranges for base access for a team of MFLCs and addresses transition issues occurring among MFLCs who rotate on assignments, advising on the current status of installation military protocol.
Acts in a highly visible role within a brigade, representing the program within a team of high level military leaders.
Other duties as assigned.
Qualifications: The Sr. Counselor provides face to face direct, non-medical, brief, solution-focused counseling services to individuals, couples, families and groups for situations resulting from commonly occurring life circumstances such as parenting, relationship conflicts, stress, personal loss, and deployments and reunions. The Sr. Counselor coordinates commander preferences and priorities for resource deployment on the installation and in local military schools. The Sr. Counselor arranges for installation access for a team of local MFLCs and provides mentoring and general guidance to MFLCs on compliance with installation military protocol. Education/Experience: Master s Degree in clinically relevant field from accredited university required. Two years post-license experience working with families in the areas of relationships, behavior management, coping skills, parenting skills/education, child development, separation, stress management, single parenting, step-parenting, family separation, reunion and reintegration, assessments and referrals required. At least 18 months working with the MFLC program as an embedded/SOCOM/Lead MFLC preferred. Ability to pass and maintain a SECRET Clearance as required for SOCOM assignments. A direct association with the military is preferred but not required License/Certification: Possess and maintain a full license to practice independently at the Master's or Doctorate level as a Clinical Social Worker, Marriage Family Therapist or Psychologist without restrictions or supervision (i.e. LCSW, LISW, MFT, LPC, etc.) Some assignments may require a full license to practice independently in the state where the assignment is located. Government Security/Clearance/Citizenship
Requires US citizenship and current security clearance Centene is an equal opportunity employer that is committed to diversity, and values the ways in which we are different. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, or other characteristic protected by applicable law.
Job:Health Insurance Operations
Job Description: s: POSITION SUMMARY The Camp Counselor will assist in the operation of the camp unit and its programs to reflect the goals of the Girl Scout organization. The Camp Counselor must be able to work cooperatively with the Unit Leader; be able to supervise camper behavior: observe camper behavior; identify and respond to hazards: assist with planning and conducting program activities: assist campers in emergencies (fire, evacuation, illness, or injury): teach and promote respect for others: valuing and understanding differences and similarities of campers and staff: and possess the strength and endurance required to maintain constant supervision of campers. ACCOUNTABILITIES
Work with Unit Leader and/or administrative staff to formulate and implement activities and experiences in the unit through girl planning, the session theme, and the Girl Scout program emphasis.
Know the girls in the unit and help them to respect the rights of others and understand the differences and similarities of other campers.
Supervise campers and ensure their physical and emotional health and safety at all times.
Assist in maintaining unit sanitation, housekeeping, and care of supplies and equipment.
Assist with the storing and packing of equipment for safety during and at the end of the season.
Keep Unit Leader informed of day-to-day unit successes and concerns, as well as camper health and other unit issues.
Maintains a good rapport with parents and the community.
Keeps required records and reports as requested by Unit Leader and/or administrative staff.
Assist with check-in and check-out procedures.
Assist with the opening and closing of the entire camp.
Other duties as assigned by supervisor. Required Experience: QUALIFICATIONS
Be a currently registered member of Girl Scouts of the USA or willing to become a member.
Be at least 18 years of age.
Believe in the mission of the Girl Scout movement.
Good character, integrity, adaptability, patience, sense of humor, and enthusiasm.
Be willing to live in staff tent or cabin near campers.
Have training and/or experience working with children in an outdoor setting.
Have good time management, organization and communication skills.
Ability to accept guidance and supervision and relate to one’s peer group.
Ability to keep accurate and detailed records.
Hold current certification in standard First Aid and CPR. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS
Walking, standing, bending, stooping, reaching and lifting 20 - 50 pounds.
Daily exposure to seasonal weather conditions. Keyword: Camp, Counselor, Summer Camp, Summer Jobs From: Girl Scouts of Central Illinois
Resident Camp Counselor
Be Part of Our Mission The mission of the YMCA of Metro Chicago is to develop strong children, families and communities across Metropolitan Chicago through academic readiness, character development, violence prevention, fitness and healthy living. Our network of 23 membership centers, five camps, early learning, school-aged and other programs at 100+ sites in the city and suburbs provides everyone with a safe place to learn, play and grow. In this role, you'll be an integral part of ensuring the YMCA continues to be a leader in making our city a world-class place to live and raise a family. So you're not just impacting a bottom line, you're impacting people and communities all over Chicagoland.
Under the direct supervision of the Camp Director/Program Director, the resident camp counselor is responsible for the well being of 10-16 youth 24 hours a day for the duration of the camp session. Scope and
Responsible for ALL campers.
Ensure safety for ALL campers at ALL times including:
Physical and emotional health
Never leaving a camper unsupervised.
Putting campers first
Being aware and able to determine if something is unsafe, e.i...pillow fights, sliding down banister, towel whipping, etc..
Providing certain campers with problems extra individual attention, but not to neglect the campers without problems.
Teach skill periods depending on their interest and abilities.
Provide public relations/customer service to parents/guardians to ensure a positive impression of our camps.
Provide and prepare stories, skits, stunts, games, devotions, etc prior to the start of camp for cabin time, rainy days, or extended periods of time.
Be available and flexible to provide support and fill in at any area of the camp at all times
Prohibiting intimate displays of affection toward any camper. This including and not limited to: hand holding, writing letters or emails to campers, asking for phone numbers of campers, text messaging campers or sharing phone number with campers. It is prohibited to participate in any camper/counselor romances.
Serve as a lifeguard or look out at the waterfront and at the pool.
Lead cabin devotions or huddle ups each night before bed.
Track camper's hygiene. Campers are to take a soapy shower every day. Campers are never to go home on check-out day dirty or unclean.
Share and lead songs with other counselors during campfires and before meals. Each counselor has at least two songs ready to share at campfires.
Check campers bedding to ensure cleanliness. If bedding is soiled, bag up bedding and make bed with fresh bedding from the health officer.
Supervise the store line and store area, making sure there are only two campers in the store at one time.
Be mindful of keeping the camp clean by picking up litter
Responsible for the safety and upkeep of all program equipment. If you use it - put it back, if it is broken - report it to the camp director, if you run out - report it to the camp director, if it is unsafe - don't use it and report it to the camp director.
Responsible for camper discipline and taking campers whose behavior is beyond the counselor to the assistant program director.
Responsible to make sure your campers needing night time medication report to the health center after the evening snack time.
Responsible to maintain a positive attitude and refrain from behavior that is detrimental to the staff team and staff morale.
Maintain a clean and orderly cabin, setting examples for campers
Responsible for reporting any of your own health concerns- ill/exhausted to your supervisor.
Supports the commitment of the YMCA to child abuse prevention by:
Report any items that may provide a health or safety hazard to staff, members or guests to your supervisor.
Follow all policies and procedures related to keeping children safe in our facilities and programs, including those related to the monitoring and supervision of children.
Report any suspicious behavior and violation of policy and procedures to your supervisor. Child Abuse Prevention Supports the commitment of the YMCA to child abuse prevention by:
Reporting any items that may provide a health or safety hazard to staff, members or guests to your supervisor.
Following all policies and procedures related to keeping children safe in our facilities and programs, including those related to the monitoring and supervision of children.
Reporting any suspicious behavior and violation of policy and procedures to your supervisor.
Completing all child abuse prevention training as required. Commitment to Inclusion: Supports the YMCA’s commitment to inclusion of all members as required by Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act. Job responsibilities may include implementing program modifications for persons with cognitive, behavioral or physical disabilities, including but not limited to the injection of medical glucagon to members with Type 1 diabetes in emergency situations. Appropriate training and development will be provided to YMCA team members based on your role and responsibilities. Requirements and
Minimum age of 18, or completed first year of college
Strong interest, maturity and judgment in working with children in an outdoor setting
Knowledge and experience in camp related activities preferred
Current CPR and First Aid Certifications (within the past year) ID: 2017-10516 Center: Camp Pinewood Street: 4230 Obenauf Road Hours per Week: 40
Variable Schedule: Variable Schedule, 7 Days per week, Nights and Weekends. Seasonal live-on position responsible for 24/7 supervision of campers. External Company Name: YMCA of Metropolitan Chicago External Company URL: www.ymcachicago.org/careers
A Counselor is responsible for the supervision of campers, promoting and actively participating in all camp activities, providing a safe and fun learning environment, and serving as a positive role model for campers. We are seeking motivated team members who believe deeply in the organization’s mission and who display a record of achievement in effective supervision & management of youth as it pertains to this position, building positive relationships and ensuring the safety and well-being of people of all ages. Counselors are employed at the following camps;
Mini Camp: 3 year olds (Greenwich Academy, Haverford School & Episcopal Academy locations only)
Day Camp: 4 – 8 year olds
Senior Camp: 9 – 15 year olds
Dream Camp: 6 – 9 year olds (Trinity College & Girard College locations only)
Dream Camp: 10 - 16 year olds (Girard College only)
Group supervision of campers with attention to: behavior and group management, health, safety, security, and personal and skill development
Promote and actively participate in all camper activities & projects
Work effectively with co-counselors and collaborate on daily responsibilities
Teach or assist with camp programs
Complete assigned paperwork
Serve as a positive role model to campers
Follow the ESF Code and maintain the ESF Look at all times
Exhibit ESF Core Values at all times and adhere to all company policies
Other responsibilities as assigned
Understand and support the mission of the organization
The ability to work effectively with others in all levels of the organization in a professional manner
Commitment to the growth and development of youth
Patient, caring and creative
Commitment to producing consistent, high-quality work
Excellent judgment, ability to identify problems and works quickly to find solutions
Flexible, adaptive and a Team player
Desire to make a difference in the life of a child
Previous experience working with children, examples include but are not limited to; babysitting, academic/athletic tutoring, camp counselor, youth volunteer, classroom assistant, religious education teacher
Previous camp counselor experience (preferred)
Minimum of 18 years of age
High School Graduate pursuing college degree
Outstanding communication skills which include the ability to use clear, concise and grammatically correct written and oral language in all aspects of professional interaction with campers, their families, peers, leadership team and the larger community
Reports directly to and takes direction from Camp Director. May also take direction from and is overall accountable to the Site Director.
Ability to push/pull, lift and carry a minimum of 35lbs
Endurance to work outside and on your feet for 6-8 hours per day
Ability to respond to emergency situations which may require running (up to 1 mile in some cases) and climbing stairs.
Good physical condition which enables candidate to execute all responsibilities associated with this position ESF, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All candidates who meet the qualifications are encouraged to apply! ID: 2018-7014 # of Openings: 25 Targeted Job Start Date: 6/18/2018 Targeted Job End Date: 8/11/2017 External Company Name: ESF Camps External Company URL: http://www.esfcamps.com/
Day Camp Counselor - Female
Summer Staff - Organized Camp Position Objective: Day Camp Counselors are responsible to model a genuine Christian lifestyle to primary youth, providing campers safety and well-being while befriending campers to nurture spiritual growth through program activities and curriculum in a manner consistent with MHA’s mission, vision and values. Key Job Accountabilities:
Responsible for the physical and spiritual welfare of campers through discipline and guidance of campers.
Responsible to implement a variety of camp activities and curriculum, as instructed by the leadership team.
Responsible to lead and assist in crafts, music, drama, group games, etc.
Responsible to share in the responsibilities of keeping camp areas including workspaces and supplies clean and orderly.
Perform any other duties as assigned by Supervisor. Supervisory
A mature follower of Jesus, still growing and developing in their faith. Fully in accord with Mount Hermon Association, Inc.’s (“MHA”) mission, vision, values and statement of beliefs. Committed to living these out personally, and instilling them in the organization. Of strong moral character and integrity. Education/Certifications/Licenses:
High school graduate.
Some college experience preferred.
Must be CPR/First Aid certified. Work Experience:
Preferred previous experience working with children. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Emotionally mature and willing to accept responsibility.
Must be able to lead and teach with patience and clear instruction.
Ability to articulate the gospel of Jesus Christ as communicated in scripture.
Ability to work with minimum supervision and possess problem-solving skills.
Ability to engage in active listening.
Ability to engage in a variety of outdoor activities.
Capable of providing children with a strong Christian role model.
Mature understanding and respect for authority and peers, as well as camp guidelines and principles. Physical Demands: The physical environment requires the employee to work both inside and outside in heat/cold, wet/humid, and dry/arid conditions. Requires sitting, standing, squatting, stooping, twisting, hiking, shouting, ability to lift/carry anywhere from 15-60 lbs., and engage in general physical play with children. Additional
Will be assigned a secondary role as required for all Summer Staff.
Adherence to the basic principles as expressed in Mount Hermon’s Mission, Vision, Values and Commitment statements.
Adherence to company dress code and professional standards for personal grooming and appearance.
May be required to work with campers with special needs through our 1-on-1 program in assisting them physically, cognitively, and emotionally as they engage the camp experience in a way best suited to their individual needs.
Satisfactory completion of background investigation, or valid work permit, as well as ability to provide proof of eligibility to work in the United States. *This job description reflects essential functions of this position. It does not restrict management’s right to reassign duties and responsibilities to this job at any time. ID: 2017-1544 Targeted Job Start Date: 6/9/2018 Projected Position End Date: 8/18/2018 External Company URL: www.mounthermon.org
Summer 2018 Stem Camp Counselor & Instructor (Day Camp, K-7Th Grade)
Launch Math & Science Centers provide K through 7th grade kids with inspiring STEM-based summer camps (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). Our Instructors are passionate and creative people who believe in the Launch mission: To inspire children to love and learn math and science. The Launch summer program consists of week long camps covering various STEM themes ranging from coding & gaming to chemistry and rocket science. Camps are divided into three age groups: K-1st, 2nd to 4th grades, and 5th to 7th grades. Many of Launch's camps also have an outdoor component, generally in Central Park, where kids participate in math- and science-based activities as well as sports and games. Camp topics may include:
Coding With Scratch and Scratch Jr.
Coding With Python
Coding With Java
A passion and skill for building hands-on projects with kids
Knowledgeable in various sciences
Ability to create computer programs using one or more programming languages a plus (including but not limited to: ScratchJr, Scratch, Python, Java)
Personable, friendly, reliable, committed, focused and communicative
Previous experience working with children ages 4-12
Current Child CPR/First Aid Certifications are a plus
Available to work Mon through Fri from 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM during July and August (you may specify weekly availability on application)
Most important, the belief that every student can learn and love math and science Benefits
All curriculum and class materials are provided (you do not need to create lesson plans)
Full time seasonal position
Multiple locations throughout the city
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