Why Should you apply for Summer Camp? Fair question, but if you do, you’ll have the best summer of your life!
Whether you’re looking for the ultimate summer job abroad, or you love the idea of travelling America, Summer Camp is for you.
In today’s blog post, we talk through why you should apply for Summer Camp right now!
It might sound pretty obvious, but if you apply for Summer Camp, you’ll spend the whole summer in America.
You’ll work at camp for 9-12 weeks and then you’ll have 30 days to travel around the US.
While you’re at camp, you’ll be paid to have fun and teach activities to excited campers. Beats a boring summer job at home!
Working at Summer Camp in America will change your life forever. This sounds dramatic, but we can’t even explain how true it is.
There’s something incredible about working in the sun with children day in day out. Especially doing a job you love!
Working in America really will change your perspective on everything.
While you’re working at Summer Camp, you can earn up to $1,650 as a First Timer, and much more as a Returner.
All your food and accommodation costs are covered by camp while you’re working there too.
That means you could save up your wages and spend it while you travel around America.
The people you work with at Summer Camp very quickly become like your family.
You’ll learn on rely on them, and you’ll be there for each other through the inevitable period of homesickness you all go through.
After living and working with them for the whole summer, you’ll have made a life-long friend.
That means you’ll then have a network of friends from all over the globe that you’ll keep in touch with forever!
Right now you probably wouldn’t be seen dead in a pair of Crocs.
But once you get to camp, you’ll end up grabbing a pair, and trust us, it’ll be the best thing you ever do.
You’ll understand the hype, and you’ll finally understand crocs!
Chocolate. Marshmallow. Crackers. Fire. Melted goodness.
There’s nothing like tucking into the first S’mores of the night while you’re sat around a camp fire.