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We employ hundreds of local teenagers and college students as instructors, camp counselors, and counselors-in-training each year. They enjoy an inclusive work environment while building work skills and leadership skills that help prepare them for any future career path.
The Intervention and Inclusion program runs throughout the duration of UC Berkeley Youth Recreation's summer youth programming, integrating into Blue, Explorer, Gymnastics, and Skate Camp as needed to offer individualized and thoughtful support to campers with differing needs. The program offers close supervision and trained intervention to help youth enrolled in camps successfully participate in activities and with their peers. The program is intended to serve campers with a range of different needs and assist camp staff in understanding how to best support those needs with the goal of ensuring all campers have an enriching, safe, and fun camp experience. Intervention and Inclusion responsibilities are conducted by staff members, called Intervention and Support Specialists, who have experience, training, and/or education specifically in the Child Development/Psychology and Social Service field(s) or have a passion for working with youth who need additional accommodations (e.g., challenges with social skills, repetitive behaviors, speech and nonverbal communication, etc.).
The University of California Martial Arts Program is hiring staff for its annual summer camp. We are looking for instructors and assistant instructors who can teach children the wonderful skills and life lessons of martial arts. In addition, we aim to provide students with the basic fundamentals of martial arts in order for them to build confidence and have the ability to defend themselves should the situation ever arise.
The University of California Martial Arts Program is hiring a camp coordinator for its annual summer camp. We are looking for a coordinator who can support the administrative needs of a camp program that teaches children the wonderful skills and life lessons of martial arts. In addition, we aim to provide students with the basic fundamentals of martial arts for them to build confidence and have the ability to defend themselves should the situation ever arise.
The New Orleans Recreation Development Commission (NORD) offers NORD Teen Career Camps (ages 13-15) allowing teens to gain valuable experience and explore careers. Breakfast, lunch, and field trips are provided. Participants earn a stipend of $75 per week over a six-week period, June 6th-July 15th. For more information about NORD Teen Career Camps visit: -2020-summer-youth-employment-opportunities/
In addition to resumes, some jobs may also require interviewing skills, meeting with a recruiter, a cover letter, communication skills, job training and other qualifications within the application process. In fact, summer jobs can help you find your future occupation.
Be sure to check out seasonal landscaping positions and to search for job fairs as well in your search for jobs for teens. If there are other summer jobs for teens in Cincinnati that we have missed, please contact The Voice of Black Cincinnati.
I have a 11 year old high functioning autistic boy who will be going to the ymca this summer I would like to ask you if you have an aide we can hire to be his buddy for a few hours a day at the camp to help him establish a routine..or any advise where to go to find a summer camp aide then Thanks from David Ballard. [email protected]..Cincinnati Ohio 45240
Our staff is a carefully selected group of highly-qualified individuals who are passionate about working with youth and can confidently provide instruction and facilitation in arts & crafts, canoeing, environmental education, group games, kayaking, Leave No Trace principles, lifeguarding, mountain biking, rock climbing, and stand-up paddleboarding. We are committed to providing a positive and supportive summer experience for your child and you. Small group sizes allow counselors to provide individual attention in a group setting. All of our staff are certified in first aid and CPR. Additionally, teen venture counselors are certified in wilderness first aid or wilderness first responder, while junior lifeguard counselors have Red Cross lifeguard training. The emotional and physical well-being of our campers is our top priority.
As part of SMA staff, you will be a role model for our campers. Your behavior will have an enormous impact upon the lives of these youngsters! It stands to reason, therefore, that we are seeking individuals with high moral character. In the past, our staff members have exhibited good sportsmanship, strong loyalty, honesty, and the ability to work hard in order for the camp experience to be a memorable & positive one for our campers. We intend to continue this tradition at SMA this coming summer.
We also offer support staff positions at Stone Mountain Adventures. Support staff members do not sleep in cabins with campers and currently we do not offer accommodations for our support staff. Positions include head cook, kitchen staff, and maintenance staff. To learn more about these positions or to apply please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Youth Teaching Assistant (YTA) Program for Smithsonian Summer Camp provides an extraordinary way for teens to get involved with the Smithsonian while earning community service credits. YTAs are introduced to the world of teaching while supporting Summer Camp instructors. YTAs befriend, help, and act as role models to young campers. A wide range of programs offer YTAs the opportunity to experience and learn about new subject areas or increase and share their understanding of a more familiar subject such as art, science, or theater. This volunteer position is available on a weekly basis June-August when Summer Camp is in session. Smithsonian Summer Camp takes place on the National Mall in the S. Dillon Ripley Center, unless otherwise stated.Ages 15 and older
There's no more exciting place to spend the summer than Summer Camp at the Smithsonian. Where else can campers blast into space or take center stage, create a masterpiece or invent a fantasy world, relive history or learn to shape the future of the planet The rich and exciting world of the Smithsonian Summer Camp program offers plenty of great fun and experiences that spark the imagination!Entering Kindergarten through 9th grade
Provide support for the overall mission and operation of Life Teen Summer Camps. Assist the Director of Summer Camps in the creation of camp programming, registration, staffing and facilitation of camp programming. This position is critical as this person will serve as the youth minister for all sessions of summer camp at Life Teen Camp Covecrest. This role requires living at Camp Covecrest full time.
Summer programs allow teens to find opportunities to gain experience and build their resume outside of the traditional learning framework. Taking place in between school years, there are all kinds of different summer programs, from academic programs to outdoor adventure camps and everything in between! What they all have in common however, is a focus on real, out-of-the-classroom enrichment.
Current Summer Opportunities In a joint effort with Columbus Mayor Andrew J. Ginther, Franklin County Board of Commissioners and Columbus City Schools, Columbus City Council is investing more than $16M into summer programming for young people. Programs receiving funding will help kids stay engaged through education, job training and violence prevention. Below are some of the programs receiving funding from City Council.Community for New DirectionsProgram Name: Summer Day CampAge Group: 5-14Website: -services/youth-and-young-adult-programsThis camp gives more than 200 young kids the chance to learn and engage through educational, cultural and recreational activities. Registration begins Wednesday, June 1.Reaching Higher Heights 4 LifeProgram Name: Summer InstituteWebsite: Reaching Higher Heights 4 Life does great work during the summer. The Summer Institute helps young people re-enforce what they learned during the school year to prevent the \"summer slide.\" The program also teaches kids the importance of healthy eating and the harmful effects of Drugs. Registration for this summer program is now full.Community Development for All PeopleProgram Name: All People CDF Freedom School & Servant Leader InternshipAge Group: K-12 Students; 19-30 years oldWebsite: -DevelopmentThe All People CDF Freedom School helps kids cultivate the love of reading through small groups that work on literacy development. Lessons also include STEM enrichment and character development. If you're interested in helping care for the extraordinary students in the Freedom School program, the Servant Leader Internship is for you. Interns are responsible for the front-line care of the children. Interns also serve as facilitators in parent workshops and community outreach service.
The Cheer InstituteProgram Name: Program Name: Competitive CheerAge group: All agesWebsite: -cheer-institute No experience No problem! The Cheer Institute trains cheerleaders of all ages and skill sets. Program coaches help athletes become sharp, strong and confident in tumbling and jumps. This program doesn't go on only during the summer. There are seasons that are half-year and year-round Registration is currently open.Highland Youth GardenProgram: Green TeensWebsite: -teens-infoCalling all youth who have a green thumb, or want one. In this program you can gain gardening skills and earn a little green while planting leafy greens. Aside from learning to plant, student learn how to cook, engage in food justice issues and run the Garden Market. The 9-week program begins Tuesday, June 14th. 153554b96e