The adventure of a lifetime is waiting for you, so what’s stopping you going to Summer Camp?
Upping sticks to America for the summer can be a scary thought. But, it’s more than worth going.
You’ll learn new skills, make new friends, get paid to have fun, and you’ll literally change your life!
Let’s have a look at the top reasons that might be stopping you going to Summer Camp…
Spending 9 to 12 weeks in America means you’ll be away from your friends and family.
Everyone goes through a bit of homesickness, but everyone bands together to get through it.
Living and working with people for that long means you’ll quickly become like a little family of your own.
You’ll meet people from all over the world and you’ll learn so much about different cultures too.
Your friends and family will still be there when you get home. They’ll be really jealous of your trip though!
The vast majority of the people who go to Summer Camp in America are students.
Summer Camp dates fit perfectly around the end of Summer Term, so you’ll be able to take part.
The latest date you can fly to America is on the morning of 19th June, well after lectures end!
You’ll be heading home before lectures restart in September too, so there are no worries there.
Working at home or travelling and landing a dream summer job abroad… there’s no comparison!
Being able to add international work experience to your CV will help your career in lots of different ways.
You’ll be able to show you’re flexible, committed, independent, and well-travelled, just by working at camp!
Some people worry about not having the right skills to work at Summer Camp.
American Summer Camps hire for a massive range of skills and lots you’d never think they would.
From sports to the arts, computing to magic, yoga to survival skills, and everything in between!
Whatever your skills, hobbies, and interests, there’s a perfect Summer Camp job waiting for you.