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Jr Counselor Program

Jr. Counselors

This program is for young people who are highly motivated and ready to work and play hard, and who demonstrate additional responsibility in accepting the challenges of leadership. While not required, it is recommended that applicants have leadership experience or experience working with children.

Positions are available at the Summer Day Camp only. We do not allow Jr Counselors to work at the Surf & Kayak Camp.

Junior Counselors (JCs) gain valuable training and experience by providing support to instructors and group leaders at camp. Jr. Counselors are supervised by instructors, group leaders, Camp Coordinators, and the Camp Director.

There are a limited number of spaces and an application is required. If interested in applying, please submit a Jr. Counselor application.

After application is received, it will be reviewed and applicant will be contacted regarding acceptance into the program. Space is limited to 10 Jr. Counselors per session. Qualified applicants will be accepted on a first come first served basis.
Once accepted, applicants must pay $50 participation fee.

This is a training position. Jr. Counselors are not paid.

Fee includes 1 camp T-shirt. Additional shirt may be purchased for $10 each.

This is a volunteer position. Service may count towards community service/volunteer requirements. Community service paperwork must be submitted to the camp director no later than August 15, 2017.


Counselor-In-Training Program

Age Requirement: 13-14. Must be a fully enrolled/paid camper in the Summer Day Camp.
This is an informal training opportunity for campers desiring to supplement camp activities with basic leadership/job training.

Counselors-In-Training (CITs) gain valuable training and experience by providing support to instructors and group leaders at camp. CITs are supervised by instructors, group leaders, individual Camp Coordinators, and the Summer Day Camp Director.

CITs are volunteers and are not paid.

This is an informal program. Interested candidates must self-initiate interest in participating by speaking with head counselors and camp director while at camp.