Spend the summer working at camp


Children are looking forward to enjoying a great summer doing normal summer activities at camp, but many camps are still seeking counselors who would like to make a difference and have a great summer at the same time.

Young adults who want to get outside, play in the lake, stare at the stars and wiggle their toes in the grass can find no better place to do this than as a staff member at an overnight Jewish camp. These camps are taking all of the necessary precautions to be safe, pandemic-free retreats. They offer communities and opportunities to make real in-person connections. At the same time, everyone takes an atctive part in creating a more ideal world. Camp counselors are a community that prioritizes growth and responsibility for each other.

Anyone who wants to unleash their creativity, expand their bubble, create a magical experience for kids and teens who need it more than ever this summer, should consider serving as a camp counselor or specialist. If you want to inspire, laugh or lead, to make this summer count, consider a camp job and an incredible summer away from it all.

There are positions for camp counselors and specialists of all kinds (arts, nature, music, swim, and many more). There are positions as close as Camp JORI and across the country. For more information, contact Alicia at Camp JORI (alicia@campjori.com or 908-578-6506) or jewishcamp.org/summer.

If overnight camp is not for you, yet you enjoy spending your summers doing similar activities with children, perhaps a position at the Dwares Jewish Community Center’s J-Camp or the David C. Isenberg Family Early Childhood Center is the place for you.  For more information about day-camp jobs, contact Michelle Cicchitelli at the Jewish Alliance of Greater Rhode Island (mcicchitelli@jewishallianceri.org or 401-421-4111).

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