Summer Camp’s a right of passage for many teenagers and twenty-somethings, but you might be wondering: what is camp in America?
American children live in much busier towns and cities than us Brits are used to. Summer holidays are much longer Stateside too.
Every summer, children from all over the country head out of the city and into the great outdoors for a summer of fun.
Camp in America is all about helping those children learn new skills, try out new activities, and make friends.
When you work at camp in America, you’re there to help the children – also known as campers – get the very best out of their camp experience.
There’s a massive range of activities on offer at camp. Summer Camp staff are there to help make sure everyone’s getting involved and having fun.
Whether it’s helping a camper overcome their fear of the climbing wall or being a shoulder to cry on for someone missing home, there’s lots to keep you busy.
Most of the people we help get a job at Summer Camp will be working as a Camp Counselor. The role’s unbelievably rewarding and great fun, but it’s full on.
Now you know the answer to ‘what is camp in America?’, you’re probably wondering why you should spend a summer working there.
Spending a summer working at a Summer Camp in America means you’ll be paid to have fun, play games, and sing songs.
Let’s be honest, that sounds better than any other job advert you’ve ever seen… right? Paid. To have fun!
Getting a job at Summer Camp will help make you more employable too, and you’ll pick up invaluable skills.
If you fancy having the best summer of your life working at camp in America, then why not apply now?