Mohawk Day Camp summer job openings for students 16 and older
Mohawk Day Camp has summer job openings for students 16 and older.
They are looking for:
Aquatics Staff - we will train and certify qualified students for our aquatics program at no cost for the Red Cross LGT (lifeguard) certification class.
Program Specialty Assistants for students with an interest in one of the following: creative and performing arts, outdoor adventure, tennis, gymnastics, fitness, cooking, and farm/animal care.
Camp Season: June 27th – August 19th, 2022
Fire Cadet Academy FDNY
The Fire Cadet Academy is designed to ensure that Cadets become familiar with the operations of the Fire Department and to provide leadership training. Cadets will receive significant classroom, field and fitness training over the course of the two (2) year program. Cadets will be required to attend the Fire Academy two (2) Saturdays per month to participate in classroom training, field training, and fitness conditioning.
Education: Candidates must have
attended a New York City High School
and either graduated or obtained a
High School Equivalency Diploma
(HSE) from New York City.
Citizenship: Candidates must be a
citizen of the United States.
Residency: Candidates who are
accepted into the Fire Cadet Academy
must maintain New York City
residency throughout the duration of
the cadet program and will be required
to establish New York City residency
within 90 days of appointment.
Age: Candidates must be at least
19 years of age and must not have
reached their 27th birthday on the
date their application is submitted.
Language: Candidates must clearly
understand and be understood in
Physical and other requirements:
Candidates must be physically
fit and able to meet the medical,
psychological, and character
requirements of the position of
NYC Department of Parks is hiring!
Become a summer camp counselor, wildlife monitor, playground associate, security guard, and more!
Camp Twelve Trails Job Opportunities!
Camp Twelve Trails is dedicated to universally shared values central to Jewish life. They proactively integrate these values into everything they do to support children of all backgrounds and helps them grow into better people. Their warm, welcoming culture fosters a vibrant camp community where they all look out for each other and take care of the world around them. Staff are central to carrying out this vision by crafting programs that are in line with their educational outcomes, beliefs, and providing positive, enthusiastic energy every day.
They are accepting applications for General Counselors and Inclusion Support Counselors!Must be entering senior year of High school or equivalent and have previous experience working with children.
New applications are reviewed beginning January 1st, 2022