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Glorieta Summer Camp for Boys

Glorieta Summer Camp for Boys offers a creative camp program with endless opportunities for fun and a chance to let kids be kids. The focus is to develop boys physically, mentally, socially and spiritually. The Glorieta Summer Camps program challenges campers in many ways through relationships, activities, and spiritual direction. A love for Jesus Christ and young people is their primary criteria for hiring their carefully selected staff. The campers are on a journey, one that is pushing them towards achievement and a greater understanding of themselves. On this journey, they are offered friendship, encouragement and the adventure of a lifetime.

They are looking for a few good counselors for the boy's camps for June 5 through July 2, 2011. Counselors are provided complimentary room and board and $225.00 per week.

Male Counselor Requirements: These staff members will work in a cabin with a group of 8-10 campers and are responsible for the overall well being of the children. They will also teach or assist in a particular skill area. Must be 18 years of age and have finished their first year of college.

Glorieta Summer Camp for Boys believes that the staff is the most integral part in the development of the campers. This is why they go to great lengths to find the best staff around. They are quite selective in their search process and hold high standards for their employees. The staff they hire will be on the frontlines each day interacting with the campers.

Please contact their office at glorietacamps@lifeway or 866-794-2267 for any additional information. The application is also available online.

You will need to:

  1. Create an account.
  2. Follow instructions on each page. When prompted, check Glorieta Camp for Boys. For Area of Interest, check the position(s) you are most interested in.
  3. Apply online.

Filed Under: Communicator Published: 04/12/2011

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