Of course you can go back next year as a camp counselor, but what about that long stretch in between?
If you want to be a camp counselor forever some of the camp agencies take on staff to help during the busy period between October and June, here are the deets…
If you just can’t get enough of AmeriCamp you could just work for them in the office. They say: “We are always looking for good people from all around the world who share the same passion and philosophies as us.” They also take on a few workies each year too.
So send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org and sit back and have a brew and a biccie – they love them there.
If your life’s dream is to intern at Camp America you’ll be pleased to know you can rise to the top at the Camp America head office in Kensington, London. They say: “Successful applicants will work on all-things Camp America; assisting our marketing efforts or playing in a vital role in the processing of our applications. An approachable manner and flexible, bubbly personality is desirable.”
To apply send your CV and cover letter to Alan Granger at email@example.com. I’ve met him; lovely guy.
Jobs in the office might be a bit rare, but if you’re a student you can work for Camp Leaders out on campus. They say: “We are hiring interviewers & promotional staff in Belfast, Glasgow, Birmingham, Manchester, Norwich & the North East!! Are you interested?” Well, are you?
Email the Camp Leaders team at firstname.lastname@example.org, include your CV too.
Wow, loads of details on becoming a student marketing co-ordinator for BUNAC on the site. You need to be quick though – application close on 31st August. BUNAC say: “We are after energetic and dynamic people to work their campuses by carrying out independent promotional activities such as holding information stalls, sending target emails, and writing newspaper articles, as well as helping out at careers fairs and presentations.”
You just need to complete the online application by 5pm on Friday 31st August.
Any questions? Email email@example.com or calling 020 7251 0662.
No details as yet unfortunately, but I worked as an interviewer for CCUSA when I came back from my summer at camp and had a great time. I think I got paid about £15 per interview and then they gave me a few quid for attending presentation evenings and weekends. I got to meet some very cool people and just talk about camp all the time – it was great! Keep an eye on your emails for job alerts from them – I will too.
Let me know how you get on, and good luck!