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Falling Creek's primary season and general operations run from May to August with four traditional camp sessions over 10 weeks. It is expected that all staff complete the required staff training and serve for the full duration of the summer, unless prior arrangements have been made and agreed upon. During orientation, we provide Wilderness First Aid or First Aid, guidance on behavior management, and wellbeing training, amongst other things. We also provide Wilderness First Responder training for our adventure staff.
Being a summer camp counselor is one of the most rewarding, challenging and enjoyable jobs you will ever have. If you want to make a difference in the lives of children while building life skills, there’s no better place to spend your summer than Falling Creek Camp. As a counselor, you will be responsible for facilitating the residential experience for a cabin of (typically) eight boys. You will work in activity areas during the day; we have around 30 activities to choose from. If you are interested in working in our adventure program, we also have opportunities for teaching paddling, rock climbing, mountain biking, and backpacking. The listed pay is the base rate; we provide ample bonuses for certifications, completion of orientation and the entirety of the contract, and education.