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As long as you avoid the poison ivy and don’t get too homesick, being a Camp Counselor is pretty awesome. You spend your days working at a camp, singing songs, organizing games, creating arts and crafts projects, teaching outdoor skills, leading overnight campouts, and, in general, watching over groups of campers.
There’s a camp for pretty much every type of kid. As a Camp Counselor, you might work at a day camp, where campers get picked up at the end of each day. Or you could be a Camp Counselor at an overnight camp where you live in cabins or tents with your campers during week- or month-long stays.
The camp you work at might specialize in a subject like arts and crafts, music, drama, computers, science, or a specific sport (for example, soccer camp). Another option is for you to work at a camp that does a little bit of everything. And just as the types of camp can vary, the kids you work with can vary too. You can lead kids of different ages or abilities, like young kids or those with special needs.
In this job, you’re part Tour Guide and part Babysitter. You organize your campers’ days and keep them on time, moving from activity to activity. You also answer questions about how to play different games, how to do certain art projects, and what’s for lunch. You get to spend your days acting like an expert on everything from archery to camp songs to lighting campfires.