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The summer camp counselor co-lead will share responsibilities in delivering our new nature-themed summer camps. Two co-leads, along with volunteers, interns, and FT staff, will administer the day-to-day camp operations for up to 35 children. The Center is offering six weeks of camps for children ages 6-12. Nature education is the overall theme for camp curriculum and activities. Co-leads are expected to help streamline the camp experience and develop new material as needed. Our camp programs are both indoors and outdoors, and our location provides many opportunities for hiking and canoeing.
Summer Nature Day Camp begins on June 26 and ends on August 4. The daily work hours will consist of two shifts to be shared by co-leads, 9:00 AM through 5:00 PM, and 9:30 AM through 5:30 PM, Monday to Friday. There will be a two-week training period before camp begins. The training dates and times will be scheduled to accommodate new hires and trainers.
$17.00 / hour
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