Role has potential to turn into full-time role
Jobs at Camp Sequoia are a unique opportunity to live, play and work with exceptional children, experience a new part of the country, and bank more money than you think. With few expenses, you will gain the professional experience graduate schools and school districts are looking for, add a unique and valuable experience to your resume, and make new friends from all over the USA!
Essential job functions include living and working with campers and supervision of staff for 6 weeks after a 2.5 orientation and training period. Daily documentation, communication with parents and end of season reports are key to this position. On a daily basis, leadership team folks have meetings with campers and staff and work alongside the general counselors and specialists to deliver a superior, intentional program for our campers.
This position involves working during summer 2019 in a paid intensive internship role. This is a Division Director Role, with the supervision of campers and staff as noted above.
Camp Sequoia is an overnight summer camp for boys ages 7-17 to experience social skills success in a dynamic and nurturing environment. Served by a high energy co-ed staff, many of our campers are diagnosed with Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Located on the beautiful campus of The Perkiomen School in Pennsburg, Pennsylvania (1 hour northwest of Philadelphia) our innovative program integrates building Frustration Tolerance research as presented at the Global Gifted Conference by Camp Leadership with a innovative social skills development framework to help campers develop their social thinking skills through a FUN active, traditional camp program.
Camp Sequoia is designed for children and teenagers with ADHD and other similar diagnoses who do not need the level of support offered at special needs overnight camps yet need a different experience than a traditional overnight camp can offer. Our 2:5 staffing ratio allows our campers to have fun and grow in a safe and supportive camp experience.