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Room Leaders are the face of our camp who bring together knowledge, energy, and order to each group of campers and counselors. The Room Leader’s job is to teach and manage their room during the week while bringing high energy and engagement to make camp a fun and pleasant experience for our volunteers and campers.
The responsibilities of our Room Leaders include, but are not limited to:
- Interacting with campers and parents on a daily basis in a kind, responsible manner.
- Introducing the robotics kits and software, along with the daily challenges
- Managing a room of campers and counselors
- Running the daily counselor meeting and answering counselor questions
- Attending a daily staff meeting
- Leading lunch and snack time games and cleanup
All applicants for this position must, as of June 1st, 2016:
- Be 18 years or older.
- Have (or acquire) a valid first aid and CPR certification. (Focus in pediatric preferred)
Applicants must be available for the majority of the following camp weeks:
- July 9th - July 13th
- July 16th - July 20th
- July 23th - July 27th
- July 30th - August 3rd
Applicants must also be available the week before for a preparation week (paid).
The Room Leader will be given a $600.00 stipend for each week of camp worked.
A typical day for a Room Leader starts at 7:00am with a staff meeting with the Camp Director to overview the day and any special tasks that need to be carried out. Afterwards Room Leaders will lead individual room Counselor Meetings to communicate to the Volunteer Counselors the activities happening during the day and any special information they need.
When campers arrive at 8:30a, Room Leaders will sign in kids and direct Volunteer Counselors in leading pre-camp games. During the camp day, Room Leaders will interact with campers and other staff to engage campers in activities and answer questions about the robotics kits and challenges. Room Leaders will be responsible for directing their room towards the different activities and meal times on time, and handling conflicts and minor accidents.
At the end of the day, Room Leaders will sign out kids. After all campers have left, Room Leaders will hold Counselor Meetings to review the day, note camper’s progress with the days activities, and get feedback for future weeks. Room Leaders will usually leave around 4:00pm.
If you are interested in this position, please email a resume with references to email@example.com.