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					                         Summer and Camp Jobs 2007


Table of Contents                                    Page 1
Camp Hilliard                                        Page 2
Camp Regis-Applejack                                 Page 2
Girl Scouts of America                               Page 3
JCC Sports Camp                                      Page 6
Sagamore Institute                                   Page 8
United Cerebral Palsy of Greater St. Louis           Page 10
Victory Junction Gang                                Page 10
Will Work for Travel- Finding Vacations that Pay     Page 11
Wisconsin Badger Camp                                Page 13
Wyman Camp Coca Cola St. Louis                       Page 15
The Youth and Family Center                          Page 16




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Camp Hilliard
Description:
Co-ed camp for children between the ages of 3 and 13. Camp activities include swimming, sports,
creative and performing arts, specialty activities, and special events.
Sessions: Orientation, June 16, June 18 or 19 (bus and van counselors only), 20, 23; camp dates,
June 26-August 17, Monday through Friday (closed July 4th); camp day hours, 8:40 a.m. until 4:15
p.m.

Location:
Scarsdale, NY

Positions Available:
General counselors; swim instructors/ lifeguards; creative and performing arts specialists (theater,
dance, music, arts & crafts, jewelry making, golf, archery, etc.); sports instructor; horseback riding
instructor; zip line (camp provides training); maintenance and kitchen (competitive hourly rates);
supervisor/coordinator of maintenance team (college grads).

To Apply:
For more information and to apply for employment, visit our website www.camphilliard.com, call
at (914) 949-8857, or email staff@camphilliard.com. Personal interview must be arranged and is
required.


Camp Regis-Applejack
Description:
A mixture of structured and free activities every day for kids age 6 to 16. Campers and counselors
attend workshops each day to develop new interests and strengthen skills in current interests.
Campers and counselors practice each day for a play at the end of camp. Evening activities vary
each day from campfires to club and hobby nights to group parties. There are also many surprises
and unexpected activities that break up any possibility tendency toward too much routine.
2007 Camp Sessions: June 17-23 Pre-camp orientation; June 24-August 15 In-session camp;
August 16-21 Post-camp cleanup and closing.

Location:
Near the Olympic Village of Lake Placid in the Adirondack Park, on St. Regis Lake.

Positions Available:
There are two different types of staff: specialty counselors and group counselors. Specialty
counselors teach on of twelve activity areas that include, but are not limited to, boating,
swimming, athletics, gymnastics, first aid, etc. Group counselors pair up to lead groups of
different age groups. Group counselors live in the cabins with their group and are responsible for
all aspects of cabin life.
Also job openings for administrative staff, department heads for specialty areas, nurses/health
care workers, secretaries, maintenance workers, cooks, and kitchen helpers.



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Staff Positions Available:
Group Counselors
Boating Counselors: Work with sailing, canoeing, windsurfing, kayaking, rowing, fishing, and water-
skiing.
Swimming: Lifeguarding as well as teaching. (Red Cross Certifications Required)
Athletics: Many different sports including archery.
Tennis: Emphasis on stroke definition, skill building, tennis etiquette, and tournament play.
Wilderness Trips/Camp Craft: Hike and canoe in the Adirondack Park Wilderness area. (Red Cross
Certifications required)
Mountain Biking: Explore the Adirondack woods with beginner and advanced riders. (Red Cross
Certifications required)
Natural Science/Animal Care: Teach children about our environment through walks in the bog, trips
to the nature center, and taking care of baby animals in our farm.
Arts and Crafts: Over thirty different kinds of media are available to our campers in our large
studio, including potter’s wheels and two kilns.
Music: The piano and acoustic guitar are our primary instruments, although campers enjoy all kinds
of music, including singing.
Dramatics: Help direct weekly plays, talent shows, and musicals in the Regis Playhouse, fully
equipped with stage, lights, curtain, and scenery.
Dance: Teach both popular, modern forms of dance, along with classical ballet at beginning levels.
Help assist in the chorography of the musicals and preparing the children for talent shows.

Qualifications:
Genuine interest in children; exhibit qualities of character worthy of emulation; interest in working
in a community rich with diversity.

Salary:
Salaries are competitive and commensurate with age, education, experience, annual increments
(seniority), etc. In addition to salary, all U.S. staff receives a $200 travel and outfitting allowance.

To Apply:
See website at www.campregis-applejack.com. Email: campregis@aol.com. Phone: (609) 688-
0368.


Girl Scouts of America
Description:
Outdoors oriented camps that involve a wide range of activities including, but not limited to
canoeing, sports, crafts, nature, horseback riding, campfires, swimming, arts and crafts, etc.
CAMP CEDARLEDGE (Pre-Camp Training: June 9-16; Camp Date: June 17-August 10; Post
Camp Closing: August 10-12): Girls entering grades 2-12, about 300-350 campers per session.
Generalized one and two week sessions that include a wide range of activities.
CAMP FIDDLECREEK (Pre-Camp Training: June 12-19; Camp Date: June 20-August 8; Post
Camp Closing: August 8-10): Girls entering grades 1-12, about 15-110 campers per session. Two
night/three day introductory camp programs involving a wide range of activities.



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CAMP TUCKAHO (Pre-Camp Training: June 9-16; Camp Date: June 17-August 3; Post Camp
Closing: August 13-5): Girls entering grades 1-9, about 180-280 per session. Six one-week
specialized programs. One week job opportunities available for some positions. Specialized
programs focus on: sports & fitness; dramatic arts; creative arts; water fun; adventure and
challenge. One-week volunteers fill most positions; limited employment positions available.

Locations:
CAMP CEDARLEDGE: Pevely, MO. Approx 25 miles south of St. Louis; CAMP
FIDDLECREEK: Gray Summit, MO. Approx 35 miles west of St. Louis; CAMP TUCKAHO:
Troy, MO. Approx 50 miles northwest of St. Louis.

Positions Available, Qualifications, and Salary:
STAFF POSITIONS:
Unit Leader (Cedarledge, Fiddlecreek): Must be at least 21 years of age with previous experience
leading and supervising peers, previous experience with outdoor leadership, previous experience
working with groups of school-aged children. Must be patient, energetic, enthusiastic, mature, and
flexible. $226-$241/week.

Assistant Unit Leader (Cedarledge, Fiddlecreek): Must be 18 years of age with previous experience
leading and supervising peers, previous experience with outdoor leadership, previous experience
working with groups of school-aged children. Must be patient, energetic, enthusiastic, mature, and
flexible. $206-$220/week.

Junior Counselor (Cedarledge, Fiddlecreek): Must be at least 16 years of age, and have successfully
completed CIT II or AWIT Program. Must be exceptionally mature and possess initiative,
program skills, strong leadership qualities, and experience working with children. $200-
$206/week.

AD-STAFF POSITIONS:
Program Director (Cedarledge, Fiddlecreek): Must be at least 21 years of age and have strong
organizational skills, ability to delegate and coordinate others, prior supervisory experience, prior
resident camp experience, and experience working with youth. Must have knowledge of the Girl
Scout program. $261-$306/week.

Business Manager (Cedarledge, Fiddlecreek): Must be at least 21 years of age with a valid driver’s
license. Knowledge of and experience in accounting, financial management, and petty cash
systems. Retail marketing experience preferred. Strong organizational skills. $261-$306/week.

Head Unit Leader (Cedarledge): Must be at least 21 years of age and have successful experience as a
resident camp unit leader, possess a valid driver’s license, have a knowledge of the Girl Scout
program, possess strong communication, team building, and conflict management skills. $251-
$271/week.

HEALTH STAFF POSITIONS:
Health Services Supervisor (Cedarledge, Tuckaho): Must be at least 21 years of age and possess a RN
license in the state of Missouri. Will consider licensed LPN or EMT. Must possess a valid d river’s


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license. Strongly detail oriented, ability to maintain accurate written records, adapt in a camp
environment, flexible, excellent organizational skills. Ability to live and work onsite for an entire
camp season preferred however applicants available for shorter periods will be considered. $431-
$631/week.

Health Assistant (Cedarledge, Fiddlecreek, Tuckaho): Must be at least 21 years of age and currently
enrolled as a nursing student or licensed RN, LPN, PA, or EMT. Strongly detail oriented, abilit y
to maintain accurate written records, possess a valid driver’s license. Must have experience
working with children, the ability to adapt to a camp environment, flexibility, and excellent
organizational skills. Ability to live and work onsite for an entire camp season preferred however
applicants available for shorter periods will be considered. $341-$417/week.

Health Aide (Cedarledge, Fiddlecreek, Tuckaho): Must be at least 18 years of age and hold a current
American Red Cross First Aid and Adult/Child CPR certification. Strongly detail oriented, ability
to maintain confidentiality and accurate written records, flexibility, maturity, good judgment.
Ability to live and work onsite for an entire camp season preferred however applicants available
for shorter periods will be considered. $251-$266/week.

PROGRAM STAFF POSITIONS:
Arts & Crafts Program Specialist (Cedarledge, Fiddlecreek): Must be at least 18 years of age and have
a strong background and knowledge of carried arts and crafts activities appropriate for camp and
children. Strong organizational and time management skills, previous experience working with
youth preferred. Creativity and ability to effectively utilize resources, good judgment, maturity,
and flexibility. $221-$236/week.

Nature Program Specialist (Cedarledge): Must be at least 18 years of age and have a strong
background and knowledge of environmental awareness activities appropriate for camp and
children. Strong organizational and time management skills, previous experience working with
youth preferred. Creativity and ability to effectively utilize resources, good judgment, maturity,
and flexibility. $221-$236/week.

AQUATIC STAFF POSITIONS:
Waterfront Director (Cedarledge, Fiddlecreek): Must be at least 21 years of age and hold a current
American Red Cross Water Safety Instructor, Lifeguard Instructor or Lifeguard certifications, or
equivalents. Successful experience supervising waterfront staff & facilities, strong organizational
skills & the ability to coordinate others, experience working with youth preferred. Maturity,
excellent judgment, flexibility. $261-$291/week.

Waterfront Assistant (Cedarledge, Fiddlecreek, Tuckaho): Must be at least 18 years of age with a
current American Red Cross Lifeguard certification of equivalent. Experience working with youth
preferred. Good judgment, maturity, flexibility. $216-$246/week.

Junior Waterfront Assistant (Cedarledge, Fiddlecreek, Tuckaho): Must be at least 16 years of age and
have current American Red Cross Lifeguard Certification or Equivalent. Successful completion of
CIT/AWIT or LGIT program preferred. Outstanding maturity, good judgment, and flexibility.
$200-$216/week.


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EQUESTRIAN STAFF POSITIONS:
Assistant Head Wrangler (Cedarledge): Must be at least 21 years of age and have current CHA or
HAS certification strongly preferred. Demonstrated successful experience teaching riding lessons
to youth, excellent equestrian skills, and strong knowledge and experience in caring for horses,
tack and stable management. Sincere interest in resident camping. $226-$261/week.

Wrangler (Cedarledge): Must be at least 18 years of age and possess strong advanced rising skills,
and the ability to teach riding skills to youth. Solid experience teaching in a general riding
program, minimum of three years experience preferred. Knowledge of and experience in caring
for horses and tack. Good judgment, maturity, and flexibility. Resident camp experience desired.
$206-$226/week.

Junior Wrangler (Cedarledge): Must be at least 16 years of age and have excellent equestrian skills,
and strong knowledge of care of horses and tack. Successful completion of the AWIT program.
Experience teaching in a general riding program, one year equestrian staff experience preferred.
One year experience as junior counselor preferred. Exceptional maturity, initiative, and good
judgment. $200-$206/week.

OFFICE STAFF POSITIONS:
Office Manager (Cedarledge): Must be at least 18 years of age and have strong computer knowledge,
ability to use computer skills to maintain basic spreadsheets and records. Detail oriented, strong
time management & organizational skills, good communication and public relations skills. $221-
$236/week.

Trading Post Manager (Cedarledge): Must be at least 18 years of age and have knowledge of business
practices, basic accounting, and office procedures. Retail experience preferred. Strong
organizational and time management skills. $221-$236/week.

TO APPLY: For more information or to request and application cal (314) 890-9569 or 1-800-
727-4475 ext. 2351 between 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, or email
Jmorgan@gscgsl.org.

JCC Sports Camp
Description:
•Help to define camp goals and plan programs to reflect those goals.
•Help prepare and lead staff orientations and all staff meetings.
•Plan, implement, and supervise sport specialty periods.
•Order or supervise the ordering of food, supplies and equipment, and arrange for proper
distribution.
•Help develop schedules for the camp operation.
•Assign staff activities and other responsibilities of staff.
•Help assign staff and campers to groups. Supervise and evaluate counselors.
•Be prepared to work with children of all abilities.
•Help provide an atmosphere for developing good morale and well being among all camp staff.



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•Help with campers who need extra help due to behavior issues.
•Set and supervise office procedures, opening and closing day procedures by staff and campers.
•Develop routines, schedules and procedures for camp operations.
•Maintain a review all records and evaluations of all camp staff.
•Assist in planning and implementing Oneg Shabbat, Color Wars, and other special events.
•Responsible for supervision and implementation of camp field trips.
•Responsible for carpool, swim periods, and lunch.
•Evaluate campers & review evaluations by staff.
•Plan and implement parent night.
•Maintain parent communications including phone calls and newsletter.
•Teach and monitor proper use of equipment to all campers and staff & enforce safety rules in
area
•Keep records on all participants; i.e. attendance and award winners
•Use golf cart to set-up/break down equipment, water stations, etc. during camp days.
•Teach staff their responsibilities in the athletic area during staff training
•Set up and lead athletic activities when needed.
•Perform lodge director duties in afternoons.
•Conduct initial and end of session inventory and store equipment for safety
•Plan and implement age appropriate activities for groups of 10-30
•Assist in packing all materials and supplies at the end of the season
•Evaluate current season and make suggestions for following season
•Job duties subject to change based on changing needs.
Summer employment from June 4-August 3 includes orientation and eight weeks of camp.
Camp hours are 9:00am-3:00pm.
Students will work under the supervision of Natalie Lesko,
Associate Director Sports, Recreation, & Aquatics and Director of Hyman
Multin Sports Camp.

Location:
St. Louis, MO

Positions Available:
Assistant Director: Assist the director in planning, directing and supervising all camp programs and
staff.

Qualifications:
•Minimum 21 years of age. College Degree and/or camp experience preferred.
•Previous camp or child care experience essential and knowledge of individual/ team sports with
ability to teach all ages.
•Ability to supervise staff and campers.
•Ability to plan creatively, organize problem solve and carry out daily and special programs.
•Display enthusiasm, sense of humor, patience, self-control and be accessible to staff.
•Auditory, visual, ambulatory, cognitive, communication and physical ability to complete major
tasks.
•Current first aid and CPR certification.



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•Ability to communicate and work with groups participating (age and skill levels), and •provide
necessary instruction to campers.
•Abilities to observe camper behavior, assess its appropriateness, enforce appropriate safety
regulations and emergency procedures, and apply appropriate behavior management techniques.
•Visual and Auditory ability to identify and respond to environmental and othe r hazards related to
the activity.
•Ability to assist campers in emergency situations including fire, evacuation, illness or injury.
•Possess strength and endurance required to maintain constant supervision of campers.

Salary:
Salary ranges from $2,500-$4,000 depending on candidate’s
experience and qualifications.

To Apply:
Please send in your resume and cover letter to:
Natalie Lesko
Associate Director of Sports, Recreation & Aquatics
Jewish Community Center
2 Millstone Campus Drive
St. Louis, MO 63146
314-442-3104 (Phone)
314-432-5825 (Fax)


Sagamore Institute Internships
Description:
Live and learn in a wilderness community of common ecological purpose at Great Camp
Sagamore, Raquette Lake, Adirondack Park, NY. Formerly a Vanderbilt family wilderness retreat,
this National Landmark is a prototype of National Park Service rustic design. Residency is June 10
- Sept 3, with preference for candidates who can remain through October.

Location:
Raquette Lake, Adirondack Park, NY

Positions Available:
Historic Interpreters (4): lead public tours of 27 buildings to interpret architecture, social, and
environmental history in light of changing cultural attitudes toward nature and current issues of
sustainability.
Tour Supervisor: manages daily public tours, assists in mentoring and evaluating interpreters. *Must
be college graduate with interp/teaching experience.
Environmental/Outdoor Education (3): assist staff with resident programs for wide range of ages.
Requires at least First Aid/CPR certifications (WSI desirable), varied outdoor skills (canoeing,
orienteering), with some knowledge of ecology preferred.



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Management (2): assist craft store/café and inn-keeping.
*ALL interns assist staff in operational tasks 15-20 hrs/wk.

Qualifications:
All applicants must have at least two years of college in relevant field of studies and all interns
must demonstrate a stake in helping a non-profit pursue its socio-ecological mission.
Salary:
$150/wk plus room & food based on 40 hrs; $200/wk Tour Supervisor. Opportunities to
participate in seminars/workshops/outdoor programs; qualified supervision for academic credit in
field/independent studies.
To Apply:
Send cover letter, resume, and titles/phone numbers of 3 references to Dr. Michael Wilson,
Assoc. Director, <mwilson@northnet.org>, FAX 518-891-2561.
More information can be found at <www.sagamore.org>; or by phone at 315-369-2735.


Sagamore Institute
Description:
Sagamore Institute of the Adirondacks, Inc. is an independent non-profit 501c3 corporation
dedicated to the stewardship of Great Camp Sagamore and to its use for educational and
interpretive purposes. Great Camp Sagamore is a National Historic Landmark in the heart of the
Adirondacks. We use the beauty of its location and the power of its tours and programs to foster
understanding, care, and respect for nature, people and their critical interdependence. Our success
is measured in our ability to inspire in those who visit us or stay, individual responsibility to nature
and community.

The office at Great Camp Sagamore is the 'central nervous system' for relaying information to all
other departments including the kitchen, maintenance, program, tour, store, executive director and
board of directors.

Location:
Raquette Lake, NY

Position Available:
A reliable Assistant Registrar is needed for this busy office from May thru October.
Responsibilities include answering phone & email inquiries, taking reservations, checking guests in,
and assisting the needs of in-camp guests. This position provides a great stepping stone for a
recent college graduate in Non-profit Management or Hotel & Restaurant Management, or an
individual with similar experience. Room & board available. Potential for annual return. Live and
work in the Adirondack Mountains at Great Camp Sagamore, a National Historic Landmark.
Visit other attractions for free in the Adirondacks during your time off with a special Sagamore
pass.

To Apply:


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To apply, please email, fax, or mail a cover letter & resume to:

                                          Beverly Bridger
                                        Executive Director
                               Sagamore Institute of the Adirondacks
                                            PO Box 40
                                    Raquette Lake, NY 13436
                                        (315) 354-5311 x22
                                       (315) 354-5851 (fax)
                                      sagamore@telenet.net

For more information visit the website at www.sagamore.org


United Cerebral Palsy of Greater St. Louis
Location:
St. Louis, MO

Positions Available:
Summer Job Coach: The Summer Job Coach provides group support to students who have obtained
a transitional employment opportunity in the community through UCP’s Supported Employment
Department. The primary focus is on assessing and developing skills, learning the difference
between work and school, and career exploration. Skills are taught to allow each person to reach
their maximum level of independence on the job.
This is a 7-9 week position beginning June 11.

Requirements:
The Summer Job Coach provides group support to students who have obtained a transitional
employment opportunity in the community through UCP’s Supported Employment Department.
The primary focus is on assessing and developing skills, learning the difference between work and
school, and career exploration. Skills are taught to allow each person to reach their maximum
level of independence on the job.
Salary:
$10 per hour

To Apply:
Please contact Sue Moss at 314 994-1600, x 304 or via E-mail at smoss@ucpstl.org.


Victory Junction Gang
Description:
Nonprofit medically based camp serving children with chronic medical conditions or serious
illness by providing life changing camping experiences that at fun, exciting, and empowering.
Campers range from 7 to 15 years of age. Sessions are a week long, each attended by up to 125




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children with similar medical conditions, such as: cancer, sickle cell anemia, spina bifida, and
HIV/AIDS .
42 state-of-the-art , air conditioned, wheelchair accessible buildings, 7-acre lake for fishing and
boating, 70 foot water tower landmark in the shape of a hot air balloon.
Activities include: acting, archery, athletics, boating, ceramics, climbing, fishing, horseback riding,
miniature golf, nature programs, outdoor activities, painting, photography, playing music, singing,
swimming, woodworking, zipping.

Location:
72 Acres of hardwood forest in Randelman, NC.

Positions Available:
-Cabin counselor
-Archery
-Arts & Crafts
-Woodshop
-Adventure/ Rope Course
-Lifeguard
-Horses
-More!

If you are interested in a full-time, paid, summer staff position, or a volunteer position at Victory
Junction Gang Camp, contact: staff@victoryjunction.org. (336) 498-9055
For more information please visit our website at www. Victoryjunction.org.


Will Work for Travel: Finding Vacations That Pay
Description:
Imagine taking in the twinkling lights of the Eiffel Tower in Paris as an au pair, watching the
sunset fade as you trek through the mountains of Peru as a tour guide, or white water rafting
between repairing park trails. Don’t think you can afford a vacation? You can travel anywhere in
the world for less by working a temporary job while away. You will need a small nest egg to live
on when you first arrive and in case of an emergency, but with a little prep, the possibilities are
endless. Everyone deserves a break, so we found a few ways for you to work (and play) while
exploring the world.

Jobs Available:
The Great Outdoors
Southwest Conservation Corps:
Work: Wildlife preservation, trail construction and maintenance, and other conservation projects.
Where: Colorado or Arizona
Wages: Food, training, travel, and usually a small stipend.
Why: Getting outside, working up a sweat, and saving the environment keeps your heart rate and
your spirits up.
Website: www.sccorps.org



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Fruit Picking and Packing
Work: Pick citrus fruit to work off your ticket.
Where: Australia
Wages: $20 AU per bin, accommodations provided.
Why: On your time off, you can play with the kangaroos in the bush and visit the metropolis that
is Sydney.
Website: www.seasonalwork.com.au

Work Abroad Help
Backdoorjobs.com
What: A list of websites for all kinds of temporary jobs, from sheep farming to dish-washing.

Workingabroad.org
What: If you can front a program fee (varies by program), this service could payoff. For example,
as an “au pair” in Paris, you will get room and board, plus a small stipend every month.

Resortjobs.com
What: Find a job in hospitality abroad, with everything from waiting tables to managing a hotel.

BEFORE YOU GO: obtain visas, passports, immunizations, travel warnings, etc. Check out
travel.state.gov. Secure health insurance for traveling abroad. Visit globalsurance.com. Research
your destination to see if special prescriptions are needed, like malaria medications. Check cdc.gov
for country-by-country instructions and requirements.

Teacher Travels
Full- and Part-Time Positions Teaching English
Work: Positions often require a special teaching certificate. Several different companies offer
certification, but the most widely accepted comes from the University of Cambridge and
cambridge-efl.org.
Where: All around the world. You can find positions in places like Japan, Russia, Egypt,
Columbia, South Africa, or Afghanistan.
Wages: Vary based on the country and your qualifications. Read everything carefully as volunteer
and paid positions are often found on the same site, such as i-to-i.com.
Why: While you tech English, you will learn your host country’s language, which makes exploring
during your time off much easier.
Websites: www.teachabroad.com and www.tefl.com.

WARNING: SCAMS AND LESS-THAN-HONEST EMPLOYERS ARE PREVALENT IN
ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE (ESL) PROGRAMS ABROAD, SO REMEMBER
THESE TIPS: Check watchdog lists like englishschoolwatch.org for the schools you’re interested
in. Don’t rely solely on sites like this, but it’s a good idea to check them out. Don’t sign any
contract until arriving; confirm you are getting what is promised. Take your time, ask lots of
questions, compare job offers, and always be wary.

Kid Connections
Camp Adventure


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Work: College-age students serve children and youth 2-years-old to high school seniors.
Where: On military bases in Europe, Japan, Korea, and the U.S.
Wages: No wages, but they cover room and board, traveling expenses, and provide a stipend.
Why: Because you can check out Hamburg, Paris, and Florence on the weekends.
Website: www.campadventure.com

Adventures Cross Country
Work: Leading groups of students on adventure trips that can include anything from backpacking
to ice climbing to conservation projects.
Where: Around the world and the U.S.
Wages: Per diem with bonuses for experience and training.
Why: Honestly, why not?
Website: www.adventurescrosscountry.com


Wisconsin Badger Camp
Description:
Wisconsin Badger Camp is an overnight camp that serves children and adults with various
developmental disabilities including Autism, Down Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, Epilepsy, mental
illness, Muscular Dystrophy, and others. Students applying for a position are not required to have
any experience working with people with disabilities, although it is helpful. All staff me mbers are
required to attend 8 days of staff training to gain the basic skills that will be required for the camp,
along with camp policies.
Dates of Employment: June 1st-August 18th

Location:
WBC is located on 620 acres of rolling land, overlooking the Mississippi and Wisconsin Rivers
near Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin.

Positions Available:
Program Coordinator(2): Must be at least 21 years of age and have a degree in related field of
experience working with people with disabilities. Program coordinator would be responsible for
the design and implementation of organized camp activities. One is responsible for all aspects of
off-camp programs, while the other oversees main camp activity directors. Core team member
responsible to Camp Director.
Camper Coordinator(4): Must be at least 21 years of age and have a degree in a related field or
experience in programs for people with disabilities. Responsible for coordinating camper care and
needs. Supervises and evaluates counseling staff. Core team member responsible to Camp
Director.
Trip Specialist (1): Must be at least 21 years of age and have a degree in a related field or experience
in programs for people with disabilities. Behavior management experience preferred. Responsible
for all facets of all trips including camper care, behavior management, as well as preparing meals
and going to attractions.
Trip Staff(1): Must be at least 19 years of age and have a degree in a related field or experience in
programs for people with disabilities. Behavior management experience preferred. Responsible



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for all facets of all trips including camper care, behavior management, as well as preparing meals
and going to attractions.
Activities Specialists: Nature/Farm (1), Recreation (1), Arts & Crafts (1), Music (1): Must be at least 18
years of age and have a degree or experience in the related fields. Experience with people with
special needs helpful but not required. Education in specified area and/or related experience.
Activities specialists plan and lead activities in specified program area, as well as participate in all
areas of general camp program, including night programs.
Activities Specialists: Camping/Fishing (1): Must be at least 18 years of age and have camping and
fishing experience, and a mechanical aptitude. Valid driver’s license & excellent record.
Responsible for the distribution and plan and care of camping & fishing equipment. Plan and
directing fishing program.
Activities Specialists: Aquatics(1): Must be at least 18 years of age and be a Red Cross, BSA, or YMCA
Lifeguard.; CPR and First Aid certifications must be current. Responsible for [planning and
directing the planning and directing of pool activities as well as cleaning.
Activities Specialists: Equestrian (1): Must be at least 20 years of age and be a high school graduate,
plus significant experience with horses, riding, and the ability to instruct. Experience with people
with special needs is helpful. Responsible for planning, supervising, and implementing horseback
component in camp programs, as well as assisting with other camp programs.
Counselors (36): Must be at least 18 years of age. High school, plus some college preferred.
Experience with people with cognitive and/or physical challenges is preferred but not mandatory.
Constant companion to small groups of campers. Responsible for campers; care, behavior
management, and involvement in programs.
Primitive Camp: Lead (1), Counselors (4): Must be at least 18 years of age. High school plus some
college. Camping, fishing, horseback riding, and canoeing experience helpful. Need one counselor
with Lifeguard, CPR, and First Aid Responder certificates to act as lead. Plan and direct programs
for adults with mild cognitive delays, as well as manage behaviors and assure that direct care tasks
are completed. Outdoor living and meal preparation experience is helpful.
Health Care Supervisor (2): Must be at least 21 years of age. RN, GN, LPN, EMT. Responsible for
all health care aspects for campers and staff, dispense medications, educate summer staff, and
render first aid as necessary to respond to emergencies.
Healthcare Assistant (1): High school plus related training and experience. Advanced First Aid or
EMT required. Assist healthcare supervisor in caring for campers and staff. Great opportunity
for a nursing student.
Dietary Aid Technician (1): Must be at least 20 years of age. College/technical training in special diet
preparation. Design, prepare, and monitor special diets as well as educate counselors to follow
them.
Kitchen Assistant (3): Must be at least 18 years of age. Background in food preparation. Assist with
food preparation, serving, and clean-up.
Secretaries (2): Must be at least 18 years of age. High school plus 1 year of office and computer
experience or college. Knowledge of Microsoft Word and databases helpful. Typing, filing, word
processing, telephone usage, camper registration, and general office work.
Housekeeper/Maintenance/Grounds (2): Must be at least 18 years of age. Ability to accomplish manual
housekeeping tasks an/or lawn care and light maintenance with minimal supervision. Responsible
for camp laundry, housekeeping, light maintenance, and lawn care.

Salary:


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$175-$450 per week possible

To Apply:
For more information or an application, please call (608) 348-9689, email
wiscbadgercamp@centurytel.net, or visit us on the web at www.badgercamp.org.


Wyman Camp Coca-Cola St. Louis
Description:
Wyman Camp Coca-Cola St. Louis empowers teens in disadvantaged circumstances to discover
their strengths and chart a path to success by gaining the experiences, skills, knowledge and values
necessary to develop their full potential. Wyman Camp Coca-Cola teaches teens how to:
         -Develop positive strengths as a foundation for future achievement.
         -Form and maintain positive relationships with peers and adults.
         -Make positive contributions to the community.
         -Explore and develop skills for academic, leisure and career pursuits.
         -Respect human diversity by learning to work, live and play in a diverse community.
         -Understand the environment and natural resources.
Graduate from high school to pursue a college education or meaningful employment.
Of teens who complete Wyman Camp Coca-Cola St. Louis:
         -100% have graduated high school
         -100% maintain an average 3.18 GPA
         -100% complete at least 120 hours of community service
         -72% are enrolled for college
         -30% are hired as program counselors after graduation
The 2007 camp season takes place on the following dates:
May 29 – June 10                Staff Training
June 11 – July 7                Session I
July 16 – August 11             Session II
August 12                       Staff Banquet/Celebration

Location:
St. Louis, MO

Positions Available:
We are currently interviewing for the following summer 2007 positions:
Team Leaders:
        -Treks, Leadership Classes, & Assistant Program
        -Director,
Activity Instructors for:
        -Waterfront, Adventure, Relief, & Treks
        -Group Leaders (Counselors)
        -Support Positions
        -Food Service
        -Camp Nurse



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Salary:
Salaries are based on position and experience. Meals and housing are all provided free of charge.

To Apply:
Print out your application as soon as possible from
http://www.wymanteens.org/pdfs/employment_app.pdf and mail the completed form to: Camp
Coca~Cola St. Louis                                                               RE: Summer
Employment
600 Kiwanis Drive
Eureka, MO 63025
For more information,contact:
Tim Kjellesvik (636) 938-5245 x267
summerjobs@wymancenter.org


The Youth and Family Center
Description:
The Youth & Family Center is located in St. Louis, MO. We’ve operated on the City’s Near North
Side for over a century. We provide educational, social and physical enrichment opportunities to
impoverished children and their families.

Our programs serve nearly 1,000 kids, parents and seniors annually. We offer computer training,
athletics, education and camping for our youngsters. We provide congregate meals for our senior
population. We’re incredibly proud of the tremendous impact we’re making in defeating illiteracy
among neighborhood kids.

Location:
St. Louis, MO

Positions Available:
Camp Counselors (1 male and 1 female)
Reports to: Resident Camp Director
Hours: Per Contract
Beginning June18 and ending August 3, 2007
3 weeks of Resident Camp with room and board

Qualifications: (Minimal Requirements)
- High School Senior or College bound student
- Past experience in camping programs or leadership training
- Knowledge of general camping skills
- Must reside on camp grounds Monday-Friday for 3 weeks
- Experience leading groups
- 2 years experience as youth leader preferred
- First aid training/CPR desirable


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- Must have current health examination
- Must be able to provide a city/county police record check
- Swimmer and water safety skills important

Duties:
- Insturct in-camp activities such as hiking, nature study, archery, crafts, etc.
- Supervise a group of 8-10 campers for entire 5 day period (Monday-Friday)
- Assist with plans and implementation of evening program
- Eat, sleep and participate with campers

General:
- Teach social and group relations by example and guidance
- Make every effort to provide for campers’ safety
- Must attend training sessions and orientation before camp begins

Salary:
Salary Range: $300.00 per week for 3 weeks – sessions Monday through Friday

To Apply:

The Youth and Family Center
2929 N. 20th Street
St. Louis, MO 63107
(314)231-1147
David@thefc.org




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