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Woodworking Camp Counselor in NY Berkshires 2020

Camp Pontiac

Camp Pontiac

Woodworking Camp Counselor in NY Berkshires 2020

Copake, NY
Internship
Paid
  • Responsibilities

    Seeking Woodworking Counselor to work at Camp Pontiac, a premier co-ed overnight camp in the NY Berkshires. This is an excellent position for a college college student looking for a fun way to spend the summer. We offer:

    • Awesome social experience
    • Flexibility & freedom
    • Down-time for relaxation and day trips
    • Great coverage redundancy, collaboration and salary

    Approximately two hours from both NYC and Boston; approximately 550 boys and girls ranging in age from 7 to 16 from mid-June through mid-August. Responsibilities and requirements include:

    • Coordinate and facilitate woodworking program for the camp
    • Work with experienced Woodworking Program Head and other counselors
    • Live and work at camp
  • Qualifications

    We do not require specific professional or other work qualifications but rather someone who is interested in positively impacting children while teaching them basic woodworking skills and assisting them with projects.

  • Compensation
    $2300 - $3000 plus travel
  • Industry
    Other
  • Fun Fact
    Rick & Ken Etra are identical twins who, aside from owning Camp Pontiac, share a medical practice specializing in ear, nose and throat.
  • About Us
    Welcome to Camp Pontiac! Prospective parents often ask us what makes our camp unique. Since we have the privilege of caring for the thing that’s most important in a parent’s world, we make it our mission to deliver unparalleled health, safety and emotional care. Walk around Camp Pontiac and you’ll quickly notice a mature and sensitive staff who love children, an excellent facility that we will always work to improve upon and diverse programming that affords our campers the opportunity to participate in what they love while taking on new experiences and challenges that they never even knew existed.