Work starts Sunday, June 22 at noon and ends Saturday, August 23 at 3pm. Salaries are decided on the basis of experience, certifications, and lifeguarding or other camp-related skills.
Junior Counselors will live in a cabin with the campers. Responsibilities include supervising groups of campers, organizing activities for campers, and other specialized duties dependent on the particular skill-set of each junior counselor.
Counselors will live in a cabin with the campers. Responsibilities include supervising groups of campers, organizing activities for campers, and other specialized duties dependent on the particular skill-set of each counselor.
Counselor and Driver
The driving counselor must be over 21 years of age and have a clean driving record. The driving counselor will be responsible for picking up and dropping off campers at the airport and train station at the beginning and end of each week.
Kitchen Workers will live in a cabin with campers and have certain cabin-related duties. During most of the day they will report directly to the head chef for duties involving food preparation.
Recreational Management Intern
Interns will learn to organize and lead recreational activities for a wide array of campers. Interns will also gain experience in role modeling, character building, and a variety of other leadership skills pertinent to the development of youth potential.
Sustainability Coordinator Intern
The Sustainability Coordinator will oversee all aspects of the camp's environmental footprint, including the education of campers in matters of conservationism. The SC will manage the camp garden, consult with the camp cooks regarding responsible food sources, oversee the composting efforts of the camp, and give nightly tips on how we can live more harmoniously with nature as individuals and as a community. The SC will also be expected to exercise creativity in creating new initiatives to further reduce our negative impacts on the environment.
Assistant Waterfront Director
The Assistant Waterfront Director will report to the Waterfront Director for duty. Duties will include lifeguarding, supervising the strict implementation of our waterfront safety policies, and waterfront equipment organization.
This position requires current Red Cross Life Guard certification.
Sanitation Engineering Internship
The camp Sanitation Engineering Corps will be in charge of the cleanliness and safety of the washroom, dining room, and kitchen facilities of the camp. Other than their obligation to maintain healthy clean facilities, they are free to enjoy the rest of their day as they see fit.
Assistant to the Director of Maintenance
This position will entail a wide variety of work in the field of light construction and engineering. Interns will learn to fix a door, replace a screen, level a cabin, and various other light carpentry and home-improvement skills.