Inclusion CounselorAt Camp Tawonga
Tawonga inclusion counselors provide additional support to campers with disabilities, enabling these campers to be more successful. Inclusion counselors DO NOT SLEEP IN CAMPER BUNKS. Rather they help all program staff improve their ability to support and include all campers by modeling, teaching, and being a resource. Like all counselors, inclusion counselors are kid specialists, with no secondary responsibilities outside focusing on campers in their unit, prioritizing the quality of the group dynamic over any activity. The three main responsibilities of being a counselor at Camp Tawonga are being a parent, cheerleader and limit setter.
RequirementsTawonga staff must be at least 18 years old and be able to be on site June 4 - August 12th. More details in job description.
How to ApplyGo to our website and complete an online application:
After submitting your application, you will receive an auto-reply email with instructions for contacting us to schedule an online interview.
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