Behind all the fun and friendships, you’ll develop skills that employers really want to see on your resume. Working in camp cultivates:
You will be required to communicate effectively with people at every level of the organization – campers, fellow staff, camp directors, and parents.
You will be challenged to think on your feet to resolve a myriad of issues from the health and safety of children to how to get 12-15 campers to make their beds each morning.
You will model professionalism and compassion by managing a group of campers, while contributing to the growth and development of each individual participant.
You will receive on-the-ground, practical, real life training in how to work with a team and help build the culture of your camp community.
You will develop innovative and fun ways to engage an audience of two to 200 and implement alternate plans when faced with unexpected changes to the daily routine.
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Our campers have made thousands of friendships, millions of memories, and lifelong skills in athletics, cooking, and joyful Judaism. We are proudly supported by:
We are fully accredited by the American Camp Association