Supervisors of Student Employees
Lita C. Wallace
JOB POSTING FOR SUMMER CAMP EMPLOYMENT 2013
Disclaimer for summer camp job opportunity:The University of Minnesota Duluth provides free of charge to non-University employers the opportunity to post vacancies within their organization or business. The UMD Student Employment Office does not conduct background checks on employers posting job opportunities.
University of Minnesota Duluth Student Employment Office does not make any recommendations regarding the employers, we do not make any guarantees regarding the positions posted and are not responsible for safety, wages, working conditions, or any other aspect of off-campus employment. We encourage students to perform due diligence in researching employers when applying for or accepting off-campus employment..
|Camp Kamaji for Girls
12 miles east of Bemidji, MN
June 9th-August 12th 2013
$2100 for the full contractual period
stipend ranging from $200 - $400 in addition to room and board.
Administrative Office Assistant
Wilderness Trip Leader
Applicants must be 21+ years of age by June 1, 2013 and applicants must have a valid drivers license with 'clean' record.
We work toward a
common goal of making the summer a safe, fun and enriching experience for all of our
campers. We hire both male and female staff — so inspite of the fact that Camp Kamaji is a
camp for girls, we do have a coed staff!! Given that Kamaji is a summer
residential camp, not only do our 150 campers live at camp, all of our staff also live
and work at camp.
To apply, go to Kamaji’s web site at www.kamaji.com — double-click on Staff Info page
where you will find an online application. Be sure to take the time to
complete the 2013 New Staff Application in its entirety and to list former
employers as well as references, listing each person’s complete contact info.
|Camp Phillips Boy Scout Camp
||Camp Phillips Boy Scout Camp
2900C 16th Street
Rice Lake, WI 54868
Employees should be outgoing, able to interact with middle school and high school age youth, and be able to provide a program that focuses on safety and quality.Training is provided for all positions. Scouting or summer camp experience is not required.
Chaplain - conduct regular worship services for campers
Ropes Course Director - oversee ropes course programming
Sailing Director - oversee small boat sailing, kayaking, and other programs
Weekly work, pay negotiable plus room/board
For more informaion or to apply, e-mail email@example.com
|Easter Seals Wisconsin Camps
Easter Seals Wisconsin operates two camp programs just outside of Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin. Between the two camps, Easter Seals Wisconsin Camps does not turn anyone away due to their diagnosis, and students who work at either camp could experience working with people who have been diagnosed with autism, Down's syndrom, cerebral palsy, spina bifida, and many other people with differing needs.
Positions Available: Ropes Course Staff, Counselors, Arts & Crafts Specialist, Kitchen Aids, Sports & Games Specialist, Dietitian, Nature Specialist, Nurses, Business Manger, Lifeguards and Drama, Music, Dance Specialist
Easter Seals has a partnership with AmeriCorps, whose members receive additional training and intensive orientations in health and safety, social relationships, recreation, and citizenship and can have an Educational Award to assist paying for tuition or use towards paying for loans.
For more information: e-mail Wawbeek@EasterSealsWisconsin.com or visit the website at www.EasterSealsWisconsin.com
Camp Esquagama is currently seeking Summer Camp Counselors/Program Staff for the upcoming summer. At Camp Esquagama, we believe kids need time to be kids, and that's what we're best at helping them do! Located a few hours North of the Twin Cities, and less than an hour from Duluth, our 40 acres on Lake Esquagama are the perfect place to spend your summer. Each staff person hired is responsible for co-supervising a cabin of campers (ages 7-15) in addition to working in a camp program area. This residential position requires staff to live on site from early June through mid-August, with time off between camper sessions. If you're interested in furthering your career in the youth development field, as well as spending your summer outdoors, consider Camp Esquagama!
Must be 18 years or older. Employment is located on a non-smoking facility. Prior outdoor education or youth development experience preferred, but not required. Some positions require current CPR, First Aid, or Lifeguard certification.
"The Leader in Youth Sports since 1979"
Skyhawks partners with community-based organizations, to provide youth opportunities to enrich their sports skills by participating in a safe, positive and non-competitive programs and camps. We currently offer programs in over 45 Minnesota Communities with a majority of them in the Twin Cities Metro Area.
Skyhawks is looking for teachers, coaches, college students, and high school students who are interested in teaching young athletes (ages 3-14) the rules, techniques, and strategies of 11 different sports.
Program times are typically 9am-Noon, 1pm-4pm, or 9am-3pm Monday-Friday or Monday-Thursday. Evening hours available. Skyhawks summer programs run June 10-August 23.
Summer internship opportunities are also available.
For additional information e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
To Apply: Go to www.skyhawks.com
|Wisconsin Badger Camp
Wisconsin Badger Camp is a special needs camp for adults and children with developmental disabilities. We are currently seeking energetic staff who want to make a difference in the lives of our campers!
We are located in the rolling hills of Prairie Du Chien, WI on 680 beautiful acres.
We are looking for Main Camp Counselors, Lifeguards, Music Specialist, Arts & Crafts Specialist, Nature Specialist, Nurses, Dietitian, Kitchen Staff, & more!
Summer 2013 Camp Dates:
Dates of Employment: May 31-August 17
Staff In-Service: May 31-June 7
Camper Session: June 9-August 16
For more info or an application Call: (608)348-9689
'A special camp where every child is special'
|Become a counselor at Camp Knutson, where you'll be part of a team that works with children and youth with special needs. Counselors plan and lead activities that are geared for each group of children with unique special challenges. Groups of campers change weekly and include children with Autism, severe skin disease, heart disease, Down Syndrome, HIV/AIDS.
Interested? Camp Knutson, 11169 Whitefish Ave, Crosslake, MN 56442
Mary Kate Williams, 218.543.4232, email@example.com
To learn more or download employment forms, visit our camp site!
Wisconsin Lions Camp
Retreat and Conference Center
|The Wisconsin Lions Camp is a non-profit, American Camp Association accredited camp dedicated to providing quality camping experiences for the youth and adults we serve. This program focuses on developing a positive self-concept, social interactions, and experience in outdoor recreational activities and is geared to the specific needs and interests of each camper. During our summer camp program, we serve youth ages 9-17 who socially or educationally functions as having a mild/borderline cognitive disability, youth ages 6-17 that are deaf or hard of hearing and blind or visualy impaired, and youth ages 8-16 with diabetes. In addition, we offer retreat programs for adults who are blind or visually impaired and deaf or hard of hearing.
For more information, contact:
Wisconsin Lions Camp
3834 County Road A
Rosholt, WI 54473
|Prison Fellowship Ministries
||Exciting internships are available every summer with Prison Fellowship, the world’s largest outreach to prisoners, ex-prisoners, and their families. Justice Fellowship, reforming the Criminal Justice System to promote the respect of victims, the transformation of offenders and safety in communities, and The Colson Center for Christian Worldview, which equips Christians to live out their faith in the culture.
We highly recommend all interested students to visit our website at www.prisonfellowship.org for a complete description of the purpose and goals of the ministry as well as news and current events. All Christian undergraduate or graduate students are encouraged to apply online at www.prisonfellowship.org/internships or by e-mailing your cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org and specifically stating the positions of interest as well.