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summer camp counselor

  • Lead and manage a group of campers as they do different activities throughout each day.
  • Plan, create, and coordinate creative games, skits, and activities for campers.
  • Motivate and encourage campers to participate, grow, and step outside of their comfort zones.
  • Resolve conflicts between campers.
  • Comfort campers when distressed, missing home, etc.
  • Administer first aid to injured campers.
  • Work as sacristan: Plan and coordinate Mass and prayer service every morning.
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summer camp counselor

  • Administer First Aid treatment when necessary.
  • Give children the opportunity to learn new skills through open programming which allows them to choose the activities they want to do
  • promote healthy youth development (physically and mentally) by providing a range of activities that encourages kids to use all parts of their brain/bodies
  • teach healthy habits by creating high active activities
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summer camp counselor

  • Set up and lead activities and games for children, ages 7-13
  • Mediated disputes between children and communicated with parents
  • Trained in first aid and CPR
  • Work as certified high ropes staff member: lead and help children on the high ropes course. 
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summer camp counselor

  • Led many children in daily camp activities
  • Was responsible for young campers in a closed setting as well as on field trips
  • Organized various camp groups
  • Plan, coordinate, and oversee camp logistics programs such as activity and food services.
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summer camp counselor

  • Supervised children ages 6-14 through school summer camp activities, including:Monitoring poolside activity, while acting as a temporary lifeguard.
  • Preparing and executing crafts for groups of 30+ children during crafting periods.
  • Escorting small groups between classes, as well as field trips.
  • Organize and conduct age-appropriate recreational activities, such as games, arts and crafts, sports, walks, and playdates.