College seeks counselors for KEY Camp

By: Lisa S. Icenogle
Photo for KEY Camp counselor positions press release.

Several of the counselors for the 2021 KEY Camp at Casper College. (Casper College photo)

Casper College seeks counselors for its popular summer youth camp, KEY Camp.

Campers in KEY Camp are described as … “young people who are intellectually curious and excited to learn.” “We are looking for responsible and enthusiastic individuals, 18 years or older, who love working with children and will be role models and mentors for our campers,” Good said.

KEY, which stands for Knowledge Enrichment for Youth, is a six-day summer residential program at the college. According to Brittney Good, community education program coordinator, camp counselors assist in implementing KEY Camp while supporting instructors, other counselors, and the campers.

Camp counselors supervise campers at all times and manage day-to-day operations, including camp events, activities, meals, class attendance, and transitions. Counselors also work with camp staff to provide a high-quality camp experience while implementing the camp’s safety policies and procedures and promoting an inclusive, positive environment. Camp counselors report to the KEY Camp lead counselor.

KEY Camp will take place June 11-23, 2023. Successful candidates will receive a $1,000 stipend and room and board. For more information, go here and click under “Seasonal/Part-time/Temporary.”

Media contact: Lisa S. Icenogle

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