Thank you for your interest in employment at Camp
Our Camps have a strong history of providing great summer experiences for our Campers. Following is an outline of our requirements, what you can expect, and tips for success. Current Y employees, former employees, and new applicants all complete the online Camp Employment Application.
Applying for a position at camp is a competitive, multiple stage process. The number of staff we hire is based on camper enrollment. Additionally, successful staff from previous years have the opportunity to reapply. Due to the popularity of employment at Camp, each year we have more Applicants than positions available. However, we always have some positions available.
During the Application and Interview process, if you meet the required standards you may be chosen to move on to the next stage. If you are not chosen to move on, we will do our best to notify you.
REQUIREMENTS TO CONSIDER BEFORE APPLYING:
- You must be at least 15 years old by June 24. Specific positions have additional age requirements.
- The first day of camp is June 17 and the last day of camp is August 29 (11 weeks). To provide continuity for our Campers, you must be able to work 9 of the 11 weeks.
- The camp day is Monday through Friday from 8:45am to 4:15pm.
- Y staff are well trained. June 8 and June 15 are all-day mandatory trainings for camp staff. There are four additional trainings that all new Y employees must complete prior to the start of camp. These training dates will be provided with New Hire information. Staff are paid for attending HCYMCA trainings.
- If offered employment, those under age 18 will need to provide working papers from their School Guidance Department. Completed working papers must be submitted before the first training date.
- Check for phone voicemail and email messages regularly.
- Complete Application yourself.Be thorough. Incomplete Applications cannot be considered.
- It is acceptable but not necessary to request a specific position at camp.
- Include relevant qualifications, such as lifeguard certification.
- Cover letters and/or resumes are highly encouraged.
- If you do not have Professional References you may list teachers, guidance counselors, scout leaders, or someone who knows you well.
- Let References know they may receive a call from us.
- Be ready for the interview process. Have examples of relevant experience.
THE INTERVIEW PROCESS
- Our staff review the Applications and determine who will be interviewed.
- Has the Applicant thoroughly completed the Application?
- If you are selected, staff will contact you. Check your phone and email messages regularly.
- A Group Interview is held to determine who will have an individual interview.
- An individual interview is held, which is a deeper investigation to find the candidates who are the best fit for our camp and campers.
POSITIONS AT CAMP:
Arts & Crafts Coordinator
Assistant Arts & Crafts Coordinator
Health & Office Coordinator
Specialty Program Coordinator
Sports & Games Coordinator
Waterfront Counselor (lifeguard/swim instructor)
Waterfront Counselor II (lifeguard/swim instructor)