Role of Counselors
Counselors are an important part of the camp. You will be essential to helping our 50+ campers, Grades 1-8, have a fun and enriching experience at LIPC. We will think about the common roots and many branches of Abrahamic faith traditions. As we have done in the past, we will visit a Jewish Temple, an Islamic Mosque and a Christian Church, to explore these three different faith traditions. Of course, we’ll have lots of good food, fun arts and crafts, and time to play outside with friends, old and new.
As a Counselor, your main responsibility is to help the lead counselors ensure that every camper has a positive experience.
Some of the Counselor jobs include:
- Leading small groups of campers
- Helping to prepare, set up and clean up snacks and meals
- Preparing art materials
- Assisting the art, physical education, and teachers
- Acting as a positive role model for all campers
Counselor Orientation: Will include fun activities for all counselors to get to know each other, complete a meaningful service project together, and to learn and practice skills that will lead to an effective and positive camp experience. Orientation sessions are mandatory to attend.
For more information, please direct emails to Ali Neves at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (519) 963-1477