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Beber Camp is on the lookout for talented Camp Staff who are looking to develop career-building skills such as leadership, communication, problem-solving, and relationship management abilities.

If you are looking for a way to create exciting experiences and heartwarming memories that last a lifetime, gain valuable career-building skills, and be able to spend your summer with 200 new best friends, Beber Camp is the place for you!

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Full-Time Staff Positions

Development Manager

Beber Camp seeks a fundraising professional to help develop, enhance and expand the camp’s development function.

The Development Manager will implement strategies to achieve $200,000+ in annual campaign revenue. They will work closely with the board, committees, major donors and camp alumni. They will also take on grant writing, foundation relations and capital projects as needed. The Development Manager will lead on the planning and fundraising strategies for Beber Camp’s 50th anniversary in 2026.

If you have any questions about this role, please don’t hesitate to reach out to Michael, our Camp Director!

Key Essential Job Duties

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Summer Staff Positions

Camp Counselor

Camp Counselors have a direct impact on the campers’ experiences each and every day! Along with your Co-Counselor, you will be responsible for your own group of campers, leading activities and building relationships within your group. Great Counselors are patient and love having fun and leading games with children in their assigned age group.

If you have any questions about this role, please don’t hesitate to reach out to Debbie, our Assistant Director – Community Care!

Key Essential Job Duties

Purpose:

Counselors are responsible for the overall supervision and organization of campers with the aim of providing a healthy, safe, and fun camp environment. Beber Camp counselors exhibit strong leadership skills and are creative in planning and implementing programs and activities for campers. Cabin counselors live in a bunk with a group of 12-16 of campers and other co-cabin counselors.

Dates: June 10 – August 13, 2022

Salary: Competitive summer salary! The minimum starting salary is $2,000.00 for ten weeks. Room and board included 

Qualifications: (Minimum Education and Experience)

  • Must be 18 years of age or high school graduate.
  • Must submit a health history record and examination form prior to the first day of work. 
  • Previous experience working with children is preferred.

Essential Job Functions:

Direct, supervise, and organize a group of campers in the cabin, during activities, and throughout the camp in order to meet the intended camper outcomes.

  • Apply youth development principles in working with campers through appropriate communication, relationship development, respect for diversity, involvement, and empowerment of youth. 
  • Ensure proper supervision of campers at all times in coordination with co-counselors, including when residing in cabins with two or three other staff members and campers. 
  • Be aware of and implement safety guidelines.

Develop and implement program activities for campers that are consistent with the mission of Beber Camp.

  • Responsible for leading and assisting with teaching activities inside and outside the cabin.
  • Actively participate and take leadership roles in all program areas as assigned.
  • Provide for the progression of activities within the framework of individual and group interests and abilities.
  • Assist in program areas such as waterfront, Challenge Course, camping trips (including on and off-site in tents), all camp activities, evening programs, athletics,  arts and crafts, fine arts, and general programming as directed. 
  • Oversee the proper use, maintenance, and return of all equipment in your group’s possession.

Maintain high standards of health and safety in all activities for campers and staff.

  • Be alert to campers’ and staff needs and assist them with personal and/or health problems, and discuss with the camp health center staff and/or camp director when appropriate.
  • Tend to health, hygiene, and first aid care of your campers to your level of training.  
  • Ensure, at all times, the confidentiality of campers’ personal or health information, unless otherwise directed by the Camp Medical Staff, Assistant Directors, or Camp Director.
  • Promote emotional safety for campers and staff by maintaining an environment of encouragement and respect.  
  • Be alert to equipment and facilities to ensure proper utilization, care, and maintenance; report necessary repairs promptly to the Camp Director or Program Leader.

Be a role model to campers and staff.

  • Display a good, positive attitude and appropriate workplace behavior.  
  • Follow and uphold all safety and security rules and procedures.
  • Set a good example to campers, staff, and others in regard to general camp procedures and practices including sanitation, daily schedule, and sportsmanship.

Physical Demands:

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by a cabin counselor to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

  • Over 2/3 percent of on the job time is spent in the following physical activities, mostly outdoors: standing, walking, using hands and legs, reaching with hands and arms, climbing or balancing, stooping, kneeling, crouching or crawling.
  • Approximately 1/3 percent of on the job time is spent in the following physical activities: sitting.
  • Ability to lift 25 pounds

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

  • ­Understand the development needs of youth.
  • Ability to relate to youth and adults in a positive manner.
  • Ability to communicate effectively in a fast-paced environment.
  • Ability to interact with all age levels.
  • Be comfortable spending long periods of time outdoors. 

Seeking individuals with specific skills in any of the following:

  • Working with young children 0-7 years of age
  • Climbing Tower/High Ropes Course Elements
  • Boat driving/water ski instruction
  • Ceramics
  • Arts (painting, cartooning, jewelry . . .)
  • Indoor/Outdoor cooking
  • Swim Instruction
  • Canoe/Kayak
  • Farm/gardening

Beber Camp provides children with a safe, fun, and meaningful Jewish summer camp experience. We are a very welcoming and inclusive community and we work together to make a real impact in the lives of our campers. Beber Camp is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity, age, disability, sexual orientation, military status, or national origin or any other characteristic protected under federal, state, or applicable local law.. We offer a close-knit and family-oriented atmosphere, which provides opportunities for each camper’s growth and development.

Our mission ensures that we stay committed to building a community that is meaningful during the summer and extends year-round.

Division Leader

Responsible for supervising a camper age group, including developing and coordinating activities, themes, and schedules for the division while coaching Counselors through camper behavior challenges. Division Leaders work closely with Debbie, our Community Care Director, and Counselors to coordinate divisional programming and activities.

If you have any questions about this role, please don’t hesitate to reach out to Debbie, our Assistant Director – Community Care!

Key Essential Job Duties

Minimum Requirements:

  • Previous leadership experience
  • Previous overnight camp counselor experience

Basic Overview:

  • Report to Director or Assistant Director
  • Manage a division consisting of:
    • up to 120 campers
    • up to 35 counselors
  • Supervise a Head Counselor
  • Plan and run training sessions for staff
  • Supervise and support your counselors and campers
  • Communicate with camper parents
  • Develop agendas and run staff meetings
  • Plan and lead divisional overnight camping trips and day trips for campers and staff
  • Supervise staff once/week during Shomer

Detailed Overview:

  • Supervise counselors
    • Support them
    • Check-in with each counselor several times daily
    • Problem solve. provide assistance and suggestions for your counselors
    • Provide feedback both positive and constructive
    • Write and present evaluations to your counselors once per session
    • Distribute rewards when possible
    • Correct inappropriate behavior
    • Dispense written warnings when necessary
  • Support your campers
    • Check-in with them as often as possible
    • Facilitate the process of helping campers enjoy a fun and safe experience
    • Learn all of their names
    • Manage camper behavior problems that are too difficult or inappropriate for your counselors to handle on their own
  • Communicate with camper parents
    • Return phone calls within 12 hours in response to their concerns
    • As a proactive measure or to gather info for use in handling a difficult camper situation
  • Develop agendas and run meetings for your counselors
  • Plan and lead divisional overnight camping trips and day trips for campers and staff in your division, including:
    • Develop itinerary
    • Develop programming
    • Dispense medication
    • Drive a van or truck
  • Supervise staff during Shomer (Beber’s system for watching campers during periods when staff have time off) as assigned
  • Develop, plan and run Divisional Programs together with the Head Counselor

The role of a Divison Leader may include other related duties as assigned by the Camp Director or Assistant Director, who reserve the right to revise or change the aforementioned job duties and responsibilities as necessary. Beber Camp is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity, age, disability, sexual orientation, military status, or national origin or any other characteristic protected under federal, state, or applicable local law.  Beber Camp provides transformational opportunities for campers and staff to build new relationships and develop strong skills. Our mission ensures that we stay committed to building a community that is meaningful during the summer and extends year-round.

Area Director

Responsible for the overall supervision of staff and campers in a particular area of camp with the aim of providing a healthy, safe, and fun camp environment. Beber Camp supervisors exhibit strong leadership skills and are creative in planning and implementing programs and activities for campers. Area Directors live out of bunk, in a dorm-style setting, with other supervisors. 

If you have any questions about this role, please don’t hesitate to reach out to Stacy, our Assistant Director – Programming!

Key Essential Job Duties

Dates of Employment: June 5 – August 14, 2022

Salary: Competitive summer salary. Room and board included. 

Qualifications:

  •  Must be 21 years of age or older.
  •  Must submit a health history record and examination form prior to the first day of work. 
  •  Previous experience working with children is preferred.
  •  Previous experience working in a specific area is preferred. (Challenge Course, Waterfront, Art, etc.)

Essential Job Functions:

  • Direct, supervise, and organize specialists and counselors working in the specific area.  
    • Develop and implement program activities for campers that are consistent with the mission of Beber Camp and teach staff how to help implement such programs.
      • Determine which specific activities will run for each hobby program and cabin activity and be prepared with materials to run multiple activities simultaneously.
      • Model pride and ownership, Love of Israel, Culture of Gratitude, Safety, and fun through creative activities in the area.
    • Provide for the progression of activities within the framework of individual and group interests and abilities.
    • Be a positive role model and resource for staff.  Celebrate successes.
    • Ensure proper supervision of area staff specialists at all times.
    • Oversee the proper use, maintenance, and return of all equipment in your area.
    • Meet with the programming team daily.
    • Support the full-time team, leadership team, and staff with programs, decisions, and responsibilities. 
  • Direct, supervise, and organize campers during activities alongside counselors.
    • Apply youth development principles in working with campers through appropriate communication, relationship development, respect for diversity, involvement, and empowerment of youth. 
    • Ensure proper supervision of campers at all times in coordination with area specialists and counselors.
    • Be aware of and implement safety guidelines.
  • Maintain high standards of health and safety in all activities for campers and staff.
    • Be alert to campers’ and staff needs, assist them with personal and/or health problems, and discuss with the camp health center staff and/or Camp Director when appropriate.
    • Ensure, at all times, the confidentiality of campers’ personal or health information, unless otherwise directed by the Camp Medical Staff, Assistant Directors, or Camp Director.
    • Promote emotional safety for campers and staff by maintaining an environment of encouragement and respect.  Celebrate successes.
    • Be alert to equipment and facilities to ensure proper utilization, care, and maintenance; report necessary repairs promptly to the Camp Director or Program Leader.
    • Actively participate in and take leadership roles in other program areas as needed around camp including camping trips, all camp activities, evening programs, athletics, arts and crafts, fine arts, aquatics, and general programming as directed. 
    • Work closely with the programming team and your direct supervisor.
    • Set a good example for campers, staff, and others in regard to general camp procedures and practices including sanitation, daily schedule, and sportsmanship.

Physical Demands:

  • The majority of on-the-job time is spent in the following physical activities, mostly outdoors: standing, walking, using hands and legs, reaching with hands and arms, climbing or balancing, stooping, kneeling, crouching, or crawling.
  • Ability to lift up to 50 pounds, including supplies and equipment.
  • Visual ability to identify and respond to environmental hazards.
  • Ability to speak clearly with staff on the walkie-talkie regarding emergencies or anything else.

Seeking individuals with specific skills in any of the following:

  • Working with children ages 7 – 17
  • Climbing Tower/High Ropes Course Elements Supervisor
  • Boat Driving/Water Ski Instruction and Supervisor 
  • Outdoor Adventure (farm/garden) Supervisor
  • Fine Arts/Music Department Supervisor
  • Arts & Crafts Supervisor
  • Athletics Supervisor

The role of an Area Director may include other related duties as assigned by the Camp Director or Assistant Director, who reserve the right to revise or change the aforementioned job duties and responsibilities as necessary. Beber Camp is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity, age, disability, sexual orientation, military status, or national origin or any other characteristic protected under federal, state, or applicable local law. Beber Camp provides transformational opportunities for campers and staff to build new relationships and develop strong skills. Our mission ensures that we stay committed to building a community that is meaningful during the summer and extends year-round.

Community Care

Experienced Social Workers supporting the social and emotional wellbeing of all campers and being knowledgeable resources for counselors.

Head Chef

The Head Chef manages and oversees the camp’s overall food-service operation, including preparation, ordering, nutrition, service, sanitation, security, personnel management, customer service, and record-keeping.

Key Essential Job Duties

Overview

Delicious, high-quality, nutritious food is the fuel our campers and staff need to get the most out of our Camping program. This position is key to making all food services on-site possible. The Head Chef plays a crucial role in preparing and serving nutritious, well-balanced meals for our campers and staff, as well as maintaining high standards of cleanliness and sanitation of the kitchen and dishwashing area. The Head Chef also is responsible for supervising and managing others who work in the dining room area, including other cooks.

Essential Job Functions:

  • Manage the daily operations of the camp food and dining service’s day-to-day operations, including coordinating activities between the kitchen and dining room.
    • Oversee the planning and preparation of nutritionally balanced camp meals, snacks, and pack-out food.
    • Train all cooks and assist in the preparation of meals.
    • Ensure the service of camp meals through directing the work of other employees.
    • Ensure safe and efficient preparation and serving of camp meals.
    • Coordinate with Food Service Operation Manager menu planning as directed.
    • Have food ready and available for all meal shifts.
    • Be present at all meal shifts.
    • Oversee inventory and ordering of food, equipment, and supplies, and arrange for the routine maintenance, sanitation, and upkeep of the camp kitchen, its equipment, and facilities.
    • Maintain inventory of food and household supplies.
    • Order food and kitchen supplies consistent with menus and enrollment counts.
    • Maintain high standards of cleanliness, sanitation, and safety.
    • Clean and maintain all food-service areas, including kitchen, dining hall, storage, kitchen recycling.
    • Inspect equipment and ensure equipment is repaired as necessary.
    • Promote practices that seek to reduce waste, reuse items, and recycle as much as possible.
    • Supervise cooks, kitchen, and dining room employees.
    • Monitor employee performance and training.
    • Plan, coordinate, schedule, and supervise the work of other food service staff.
  • Ensure that food is being prepared according to laws of Kashrut, with the assistance of FSOM according to camp policy.
  • Maintain customer satisfaction and employee productivity including by responding to concerns and providing solutions; acquiring feedback from staff and co-workers to ensure satisfaction and/or implement service improvement ideas, and developing new concepts to ensure camper and staff satisfaction.
  • Protect the camp, and its staff, campers, and guests by adhering to all safety, sanitation, food preparation, and storage policies.

Relationships:

Head Chefs have a designated relationship with the maintenance department to assist in the proper and efficient operation of all kitchen appliances. A working relationship between the Head Chef, Maintenance, and Program Staff is essential to ensure the integration of the food service in the camp’s mission and program goals.

Qualifications:

  • Experience in an institutional or large food service setting.
  • Team player with the ability to work independently as well as part of a team, creative, proactive, persistent, enthusiastic, and fun to be around!
  • Strong skills in presentation, leadership, and motivation with an ability to speak to all populations.
  • Budget and business management experience preferred.
  • Experience with Jewish laws of Kashrut preferred.
  • Knowledge of and experience in food service: ordering, inventory, budgeting, food preparation, family-style serving, buffet serving, cleaning, and institutional kitchen equipment.
  • Must hold Serve Safe certification within 30 days of employment.
  • Ability to work within a budget and order supplies efficiently.
  • Experience as a supervisor.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

  • Knowledge of current health and safety laws and practices.
  • Knowledge of and experience in preparation of special dietary foods.

Summer Schedule

  • May 20 – June 4 – Set-up kitchen, train staff, place food orders, test meals, snacks, and other food, and receive products.
  • June 4 – June 18 – Staff Weeks- Food Service.
  • June 19 – August 13- Camp using two kitchens up to 6 days/60 hours per week.
  • August 13 – 26 – Shutdown of Kitchen, final inventory, and cleanup.

Physical Aspects of the Job:

  • Ability to effectively communicate orally and in writing.
  • Physical ability to lift and carry 50 pounds.
  • Visual and auditory ability to identify and respond to environmental and other hazards of the site and facilities and camper and staff behavior.
  • Physical mobility and endurance to perform tasks while standing/walking for long periods of time (60 minutes or more).
  • Ability to safely and properly use kitchen equipment.
  • Ability to provide first aid and to assist campers and staff in an emergency.

Salary: Up to $1,200.00 per week

The role of a Head Chef may include other related duties as assigned by the Camp Director or Assistant Director, who reserve the right to revise or change the aforementioned job duties and responsibilities as necessary.  Beber Camp is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity, age, disability, sexual orientation, military status, or national origin or any other characteristic protected under federal, state, or applicable local law. Beber Camp provides transformational opportunities for campers and staff to build new relationships and develop strong skills. Our mission ensures that we stay committed to building a community that is meaningful during the summer and extends year-round.

Nurse

Creating a safe environment for our campers and staff is our #1 priority each summer! The Camp Nurse is an experienced medical practitioner, but also a caring voice, kind ear, and passionate team member. Reporting to the Health Center Administrator, the Camp Nurse is part of a care team, consisting of other nurses, an on-site or remote physician, and our camp families. Camp Nurses work to provide exceptional physical and emotional care to our summer community.

Key Essential Job Duties

Dates: June 14 – July 15, 2022 OR July 12 – August 12, 2022 (There may be opportunity for some nurses to begin work on June 5)

Salary: Competitive salary (RN/NP/PA starts at $1,000/week, LPN starts at $800/week). Room, board, and childcare provided!

Position Requirements:

  • L.P.N. R.N., N.P., or P.A. license and the ability to practice medicine in the State of Wisconsin
  • Desire to work and live in a camp community
  • Previous experience in a summer camp setting preferred
  • Previous experience with children preferred
  • Current CPR and First Aid certifications
  • Valid drivers’ license, proof of medical insurance

The Team: You will be working with 4 other nurses for the full camp session managed by our on-site Health Center Administrator. We have a doctor on-site. Each member of our care team is critical to providing friendly, caring, and outstanding care to our camp community.

What will I be doing? As part of a passionate, dedicated team, your primary focus will be:

  • Maintaining accurate and detailed medical records.
  • Providing outstanding patient care for our campers (350 campers) and staff (150 staff).
  • Administering medications to campers.
  • Communicating with parents.

Physical Aspects of the Job:

  • ­Ability to lift/assist campers and staff
  • ­Ability to read, understand, and follow directions on medication labels, health forms, physician orders, and parent letters
  • ­Ability to use a telephone, computer, and other electronic equipment
  • ­Ability to maintain a written record system
  • Ability to go up and down stairs and walk quickly to extended areas on camp property
  • ­Ability to quickly walk to remote locations on camp property over uneven terrain
  • ­Ability to observe and assess sanitation and safety conditions of Beber Camp at all times
  • Ability to react quickly and have endurance to meet emergency medical needs
  • Ability to stand for extended periods of time, up to 60 consecutive minutes

This job description is not intended to be all-inclusive. Nurses also are expected to perform other duties as assigned by the Health Center Administrator or Camp Director, who reserve the right to revise or change the aforementioned job duties and responsibilities as necessary. 

Beber Camp is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity, age, disability, sexual orientation, military status, or national origin or any other characteristic protected under federal, state, or applicable local law.

Nursing Assistant

The Nursing Assistant is responsible for assisting in providing health and safety services to campers, camp staff, and visitors.  

Key Essential Job Duties

Dates of Employment: June 14 – July 15, 2022 OR July 12 – August 12, 2022 (There may be an opportunity for a nursing assistant to begin on June 7)

Essential Job Functions:

  • Under the direction of the Health Center Administrator, assist in providing health care and first aid services for camp staff, campers, and visitors.
    • ­Assist with daily medication management, administering campers’ daily medication under a nurse’s supervision and administering over the counter medication as instructed by the supervising nurse or doctor
    • ­Help supervise and provide medical care for people admitted to the Health Center
      • Regularly check sick rooms and on people admitted to the Health Center and conduct temperature checks
      • Provide snacks and meals, and clean-up as needed
      • Make and strip beds, do laundry as needed
    • Provide CPR and First Aid coverage as needed at designated times and locations
    • Provide direct care to campers and staff within the scope of their skills, Beber Camp’s health care standing orders, and generally recognized treatment procedures
    • Accompany campers and camp staff to off-site urgent or other medical visits
  • Monitor and maintain healthy and safe practices while working in the Health Center and throughout Beber Camp.
    • Ensure athletic areas across camp and waterfront have adequate water, sunscreen, first-aid supplies, and other injury-prevention and safety materials
    • Check and re-stock emergency backpacks in all areas of Beber Camp
    • ­Assist in ensuring camp staff, campers, and visitors wash their hands before entering the dining area
    • Work with other staff to minimize/eliminate health and safety risks
  • On a rotating basis, you may be first contact to be awakened at night from 10:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Qualifications:

  • Team player, ability to work independently as well as part of a team; friendly, upbeat, and encouraging attitude; welcoming and inclusive; build strong, positive relationships with co-workers
  • Detail oriented.  Keeps accurate and detailed records of care, supplies, and equipment
  • Remedy observed risks or hazards and notifies supervisors of observed risks or hazards that cannot be remedied immediately
  • Uses good judgment
  • Responds positively to change, embracing and using new practices or values to accomplish goals and solve problems; recovers quickly from setbacks
  • Ability to self-manage; accepts constructive feedback
  • A desire to make an impact on the lives of campers and staff
  • Some experience working with children
  • Desire to work with children ages 1-17 and staff ages 17 plus

Position Requirements:

  • ­Entering final year of RN/LPN Nursing Program or other science/health-related field at a University or College 
  • ­Current CPR and first aid certification
  • ­­Valid Driver’s license, proof of medical insurance 

Physical Aspects of the Job:

  • ­Ability to lift campers and staff
  • Ability to stand for extended periods of time
  • Ability to be outside or indoors for extended periods of time
  • ­Ability to read, understand, and follow directions on medication labels, health forms, physician orders, and parent letters
  • ­Ability to use a telephone, computer, and other electronic devices
  • ­Ability to maintain a written record system
  • Ability to walk up and downstairs
  • ­Ability to quickly walk to remote locations on camp property over uneven terrain
  • ­Ability to observe and assess sanitation and safety conditions of Beber Camp at all times
  • ­Ability to react quickly and have the endurance to meet emergency medical needs

This job description is not intended to be all-inclusive. The employee also will be expected to perform other duties as assigned by the Health Center Administrator or Camp Director, who reserve the right to revise or change the aforementioned job duties and responsibilities as necessary. 

This position is a full-time, seasonal position for 4-6 weeks.

Beber Camp is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity, age, disability, sexual orientation, military status, or national origin, or any other characteristic protected under federal, state, or applicable local law.

Other positions may be available as well! Please contact us and see what is available for the summer. Hope to see you at Beber Camp!

Don’t forget to check out our staff FAQ, it may help answer some of your questions!

Interviews Tips and Tricks

Zoom Interview Tips and Tricks
  • Review the Job Description and Key Essential Job Duties prior to your interview.
  • Practice your answers to common interview questions.
  • Be prepared to answer why you want to work at camp and what hidden talent you would share at the talent show!
  • Choose a professional background.
  • Find a brightly lit room.
  • Pick a quiet space (away from other people in your household).
  • Use a charged laptop or computer.
  • Maintain eye level with your screen and arms-length from the camera for engaging conversation.
  • Wear professional attire.
  • Use appropriate body language.
  • Ask your interviewer questions.
  • Be right on time (early is the new on time).
  • Be sure to send a thank-you note to your interviewer as a follow-up to your interview.
  • Remember, don’t be nervous! We are as excited to meet you as you are about camp!
In-Person Interview Tips and Tricks
  • Review the Job Description and Key Essential Job Duties prior to your interview.
  • Practice your answers to common interview questions.
  • Be prepared to answer why you want to work at camp and what hidden talent you would share at the talent show!
  • Wear a mask during your interview.
  • Wear professional attire.
  • Be right on time (early is the new on time).
  • Use appropriate body language.
  • Ask your interviewer questions.
  • Be sure to send a thank-you note to your interviewer as a follow-up from your interview.
  • Remember, don’t be nervous! We are as excited to meet you as you are about camp!

Vaccination Requirement

In order to ensure the health and safety of our community this summer, all staff and campers are required to be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 with a vaccine recognized by the World Health Organization (WHO). This includes:

Pfizer/BioNTechCOVOVAX
Johnson & Johnson JanssenNovavax
ModernaCovishield
Oxford/AstraZenecaCovaxin
BBIBP-CorVCoronaVac

As the CDC updates their recommendations, we will keep you updated about our requirements for the summer. We encourage everyone who is eligible for a booster shot to get one when it is available to you, as this is likely to be required by the time the summer arrives.

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