Challenge Course Facilitator - RunningBrook Camps

 

Job Description

About Running Brook Camps:

At Running Brook, we believe that camp is about giving kids the opportunity to experience relationships, to explore challenges and take new risks, to have tons of fun, to learn more about what they like and what they can do, and to develop more confidence in themselves. At camp, kids are always part of a group, giving them endless opportunities to improve their friendship skills and to learn to negotiate, problem-solve, and to foster their creative ideas among their peers. Our community values and supports the uniqueness of each camper. We believe that camp is about being outside, being unplugged, being physical and being surrounded by adults who are fun, caring, and compassionate. We believe that camp is special because of the people who are there.

Responsibilities: The Challenge Course Facilitator assists in running elements on our outdoor challenge course for our older camper groups, grades 2-6, following a structured weekly schedule of 60 minute periods Activity specialists assist in planning and facilitating our awesome Friday Special Events each week All of our activity specialists assist with our morning drop-off and afternoon pick-up procedures Salaries are dependent on experience.

Apply by: July 22 2019

Details

Camp/Organization: RunningBrook Camps (ACA Accredited)

Location: Waltham, MA

Type of Position: Specialized Activity Leader

Time Frame: Seasonal

Requirements

BA and experience with challenge course facilitation and belaying Strong facilitation skills, a great attitude, creative ideas, and good communication skills The program runs from 8:15-4:00 Monday-Friday, from June 24th through August 16th, in addition to staff training dates that will occur during June

Additional Information

Please visit www.runningbrook.org to complete an online application for all positions.

Application

Apply Here

Contact

Jim Bellanca

785 Beaver St.
Waltham, Massachusetts 02452

781-853-7513

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