Landon Summer’s experienced, professionally trained staff of teachers, coaches and leaders in youth development commit to the safety of every camper and provide a variety of opportunities for skill building and social interaction.
We are seeking enthusiastic, committed, and child-focused individuals to join our summer camp team. If you love to be outside, enjoy working with children, and value working collaboratively with colleagues, then Landon Summer is the place for you!
- New applicants should fill out the Employment Application and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org along with a resume and cover letter.
- To be eligible for a paid position, you must be a rising 10th grader or older.
- All employees must be able to attend mandatory staff training.
- Day Camp Only: Landon Summer Day Camps operate for six weeks (June 21–July 30). Applicants must be able to commit to the full six weeks to be considered for employment.
Landon Summer offers a CIT (Counselor-in-Training) Program designed for high school students looking to gain professional experiences by volunteering to work with children and adults. CITs are mentored by day camp directors and counselors and will be paired with a group of campers in one of our three day camp programs (Boys Day Camp, Girls Day Camp, or Preschool Day Camp).
- New applicants should fill out the CIT Application and email it to email@example.com along with a resume and cover letter.
- To be eligible for a CIT position, you must be a rising 9th grader or older.
- Landon Summer does not award community service or SSL hours.
- All CITs must be able to attend mandatory Day Camp Staff Training.
- Landon Summer Day Camps operate for six weeks (June 21–July 30). CITs may select the weeks they are available to volunteer on the CIT Application.
- We place great value on applicants who demonstrate initiative and maturity. Phone calls and emails from applicants’ parents are frowned upon in the hiring process.
- Teach Algebra I prep class curriculum to boys and girls in rising grades 6–8
- Create organized and engaging lesson plans for each day
- Supervise and instruct students during class time
- Assist with carpool duties
- Provide individual support to students needing additional instruction
- Provide written comments at the end of the course for each student
- Dates: June 21–July 9 and July 12–30 (two three-week sessions)
- Daily Hours: 9:15 a.m.–11:45 a.m.
- Mandatory staff training on June 1 from 5–7 p.m.
- Camp tuition discounts available for children
- A bachelor’s degree, master’s degree preferred, in mathematics, education, or a related field
- Teaching and classroom management experience
- Experience in working with a wide range of learning styles