Summer Day Camp Counselors
Counselors have the opportunity & autonomy to shape the camp experience for their group. In addition to leading their campers in activities, counselors forge a group's identity, foster a sense of trust and belonging, and facilitate growth and development in each individual child.
Working as a camp counselor is an ideal starting point for students hoping to pursue people-oriented or education-based professions. The skills that camp builds (leadership, conflict resolution, problem solving, community building, and so on) are valued and valuable in the post-grad workplace.
Salaries at camp vary depending on position, transportation hours, and previous experience. A first-time counselor can earn anywhere from $4200 to $5500 for 10 weeks of work.
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