Summer Camp is a Magical Place to Work!
GSNENY is hiring summer staff for all of our summer camp programs! Candidates must be 18 years or older, and have enthusiasm about and some experience working with children ages 6 – 17. This is a great summer job opportunity for colleges students and educators who may have the summer off. Interest in outdoor adventure and education is a must! Positions available include counselor, kitchen staff, Health Director, Aquatics Director, Program Director, program staff, waterfront staff (lifeguards), and more. We have a variety of summer camp programs, from day to resident, from 1 week programs to six week programs. If you or someone you know is interested in experiencing a summer working at a GSNENY summer camp program, please complete and return the application. If you have questions, please contact Kim Akins, Supervisor of the Camp-Outdoor Pathway, at email@example.com.
If you are a college student majoring in education, outdoor leadership or adventure, or if you are a professional in those fields, please consider being a part of a wonderful summer experience! Make a difference in the life of a girl and become a summer camp counselor. You will help girls ages 5 – 17 to develop their full potential while they learn to work with and respect others, make decisions, and contribute to the camp community. We have a variety of unique opportunities for girls and counselors alike to experience friendship, fun, and exciting outdoor adventures.
Camp Staff members are trained in the following areas: child development, communication, conflict resolution, risk management and safety, leadership, and program development. We focus on the Girl Scout Leadership Development Model and incorporate that into training.
We are looking specifically for staff members who are already trained in Red Cross CPR/RTE, Lifeguard, Boating Safety, and Water Safety Instruction. We will provide some of that training on a limited basis if necessary. We are always interested in specialists with experience in backpacking/hiking, boating (canoe, kayak, sail), ropes courses, horse-riding, fine arts, and leadership development.