East Side Neighborhood Services employs over 100 people throughout its programs in Minneapolis. We are an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer. If you are interested in working with our organization and there are no current openings, we always have ongoing volunteer opportunities. Volunteering with East Side is a great way for you to get to know us and for us to get to know you!
$225 - $400 per week. Room and board provided. June - August.
Certifications Provided: Lifeguard/First Aid/CPR/Archery
Interested in joining the Bovey staff team? Let us know by answering a few questions online.
Camp Bovey employs 18-20 seasonal staff members committed to providing the best experience for our campers. Year after year, Camp Bovey is a life-changing experience not only for campers but for staff, as well.
Our camp season begins with Staff Week June 17th. The camp season ends on August 11th. Camp staff positions are paid at a daily rate and include room and board. Pay checks are issued every other week. If you have children ages 7+, they may attend camp for free as a camper. For certain positions, your children younger than 7 may live with you during the week.
For staff who live in the Twin Cities, transportation is provided each session. A laundry facility is available on-site, and each staff member receives two hours off (to be spent on-site) each day.
With the exception of July 26-28, the weekends are yours! Some staff choose to stay at camp for special projects, other staff choose to work second jobs, but the official work week ends Friday evening after the campers are picked up.
Staff are expected to attend the full staff training session and complete some pre-camp training, such as lifeguard certification for those interested. We prefer to hire staff who can work our entire summer season.
Submit your application with your cover letter and resume directly online.
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