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Science Summer Camp Youth Counselor

Commitment:
1-week minimum; 5-weeks maximum. Eight hours daily: varying from 7:45 AM to 4:15 PM (max. 8 hours per day). Mandatory attendance at Camp Orientation. Attendance at mandatory staff training.
Locations:
TBA
Dates:
Week 1 � June 5-9 Week 2 � June 12-16 Week 3 � June 19-23 Week 4 � June 26 � 30 NO CAMP � July 3-7 Week 5 � July 10-14 Week 6 � July 17-21 Week 7 � July 24-28 Week 8 � July 31 - August4
Description:
Summer Camp Youth Counselors must adhere to an assigned work schedule; help to ensure a safe, enjoyable and appropriate environment; interacts with children during all camp activities and carries out duties as assigned by the Camp Instructors. Must have a warm and friendly personality, be sensitive to others, be able to relate well to children and be innovative and entertaining in approaching experiential science. Willing and enthusiastic in fulfilling responsibilities in accordance with the Science Summer Camp program goals. Potential Youth Counselors must have ability to work with children. 16 Years of age or older. Two years volunteer experience with Science Summer Camp and/or the National Atomic Museum. Must be willing to attend the Camp Orientation. Must like children.
Requirements:
Assists instructor with daily instruction, recreation and field trips. Helps keep group on task with assigned learning activities. Maintains high interest and energy for the instructional programs, modeling interest for campers and support instructors. Prepares morning and afternoon snack during camp. Prepares the Friday Reception with help from the campers. Plans, prepares and conducts activities for campers during check-in (8-8:30) and check-out (3:30-4). Refers all behavior situations requiring discipline to the Instructor. Refers all illness and first-aid situations encountered by campers to the Instructor. Maintains a positive and professional attitude with campers and staff at all times. Assists in daily preparation of camp environment including keeping the camp facility safe and clean. Works cooperatively with all Science Summer Camp staff and National Atomic Museum staff. Must be engaging and interesting in helping youth find joy in science.
Compensation:
Commensurate with qualifications and experience � not less than $6.00 an hour; $5.25 an hour for orientations and camp training
Contact Info:
Send a resume to: Enrichment Education Coordinator, National Atomic Museum, 1905 Mountain Rd NW, Albuquerque, NM 87104.
Date Posted: 2006-02-06
Expiration Date: 2006-03-15
Employment Type: Seasonal


Science Summer Camp Instructor

Commitment:
2-weeks minimum. Eight hours daily: varying from 7:45 AM to 4:15 PM (max. 8 hours per day). Mandatory attendance at Instructor Orientation and Camp Orientation. Mandatory staff training. Locations:
Locations:
TBA
Dates:
Week 1 � June 5-9 Week 2 � June 12-16 Week 3 � June 19-23 Week 4 � June 26 � 30 NO CAMP � July 3-7 Week 5 � July 10-14 Week 6 � July 17-21 Week 7 � July 24-28 Week 8 � July 31 - August4
Description:
The Science Summer Camp Instructor is responsible for providing quality instruction, supervision and care for school-age children through positive interaction. The Camp Instructor works with the Enrichment Education Coordinator to develop camp activities. The Camp Instructor will be an enthusiastic, energetic person with innovative and entertaining approaches to experiential science programming with skills in the implementation of said programs with experience and training in education and recreation, as well as in organization and administration. The candidate will be willing and enthusiastic in fulfilling responsibilities in accordance with the Science Summer Camp program goals. * Bachelor�s Degree in a science related field or education field OR * Associate�s Degree with six months experience working with children OR * Two years of college with six months experience and at least three credit hours in child development OR * High school graduate with one year experience and three credit hours in child development. * Must be willing to attend the Instructor Orientation and Camp Orientation. * Must obtain a criminal record clearance prior to reporting to work. * Must obtain a current CPR and First Aid certification (must make own arrangements for training; fee will be paid by the Museum upon successful certification). * Must be willing to schedule and provide training for fellow camp staff. * Must submit daily plans of activities one month prior to the start of camp. * Must be willing to review available supplies and pack own camp supplies two weeks prior to the start of camp. * Must submit a remaining supply list two-weeks prior to the start of camp that includes exact specifications such as quantity, size, etc. Items that must be ordered must be requested one month in advance. * Must be willing to work within a budget. * Must like children.
Requirements:
* Ensures a quality camp, and maintains a safe, clean, educational and fun environment for the campers. He/she is directly responsible for the well being of all children in the camp. * Instructing a group of children. (Enrollment is generally limited to 15-25 per week.) * Implements daily instruction, recreation and field trips. * Helps keep group on task with assigned learning activities. * Maintains high interest and energy for the instructional programs, modeling interest for campers and support staff. * Works with support staff to prepares the Friday Reception presentation. * Handles all behavior situations requiring discipline. * Handles all illness and first-aid situations encountered by campers. * Maintains a positive and professional attitude with campers and staff at all times. * Assists in daily preparation of camp environment including keeping the camp facility safe and clean. * Assists with promoting Family Science Night during the week. * Works cooperatively with all Science Summer Camp staff and National Atomic Museum staff. * Must be engaging and interested in helping youth to study science. * Supervises support staff including mentors, youth counselors and youth volunteers. * Completes weekly evaluation of staff and camp.
Compensation:
Commensurate with qualifications and experience � not less than $15.00 an hour; $12.00 an hour for preparation time, Orientation
Contact Info:
Send a resume to: Enrichment Education Coordinator, National Atomic Museum, 1905 Mountain Rd NW, Albuquerque, NM 87104.
Date Posted: 2006-01-25
Expiration Date: 2006-03-15
Employment Type: Seasonal


Science Summer Camp Mentor

Commitment:
1-week minimum; 5-weeks maximum. Eight hours daily: varying from 7:45 AM to 4:15 PM (max. 8 hours per day). Mandatory attendance at Camp Orientation. Attendance at mandatory staff training.
Locations:
TBA
Dates:
Week 1 � June 5-9 Week 2 � June 12-16 Week 3 � June 19-23 Week 4 � June 26 � 30 NO CAMP � July 3-7 Week 5 � July 10-14 Week 6 � July 17-21 Week 7 � July 24-28 Week 8 � July 31 - August4
Description:
Summer Camp Mentors are responsible for assisting the Camp Instructor in providing quality instruction, supervision and care for school-age children through positive interaction. Must adhere to an assigned work schedule; help to ensure a safe, enjoyable and appropriate environment; interacts with children during all camp activities and carries out duties as assigned by the Camp Instructors. Must have a warm and friendly personality, be sensitive to others, be able to relate well to children and be innovative and entertaining in approaching experiential science. Willing and enthusiastic in fulfilling responsibilities in accordance with the Science Summer Camp program goals. Potential Mentors must have proven ability to work with children. Minimum Qualifications: * 18 Years of age or older. * High school graduate; currently enrolled for the fall term, pursuing an undergraduate degree in a science or teaching related field. * Must be willing to attend the Camp Orientation. * Must obtain a criminal record clearance prior to reporting to work. * Must like children.
Requirements:
* Ensures a quality camp, and maintains a safe, clean, education and fun environment for the campers. He/she is responsible for assisting the Camp Instructor with the well being of all children in the camp. * Assist in instructing a group of children. (Enrollment is generally limited to 15-20 per week) * Assists instructor with daily instruction, recreation and field trips. * Helps keep group on task with assigned learning activities. * Maintains high interest and energy for the instructional programs, modeling interest for campers and support instructors. * Prepares the Friday Reception with help from the campers. * Plans, prepares and conducts activities for campers during check-in (8-8:30) and check-out (3:30-4). * Refers all behavior situations requiring discipline to the Instructor. * Refers all illness and first-aid situations encountered by campers to the Instructor. * Maintains a positive and professional attitude with campers and staff at all times. * Assists in daily preparation of camp environment including keeping the camp facility safe and clean. * Works cooperatively with all Science Summer Camp staff and National Atomic Museum staff. * Must be engaging and interesting in helping youth find joy in science.
Compensation:
Commensurate with qualifications and experience � not less than $8.00 an hour; $6.50 an hour for orientations and camp training
Contact Info:
Send a resume to: Enrichment Education Coordinator, National Atomic Museum, 1905 Mountain Rd NW, Albuquerque, NM 87104
Date Posted: 2006-01-25
Expiration Date: 2006-03-15
Employment Type: Seasonal


Science Summer Camp Youth Volunteer

Commitment:
1-weeks minimum; 3-weeks maximum. Eight hours daily: varying from 7:45 AM to 4:15 PM (max. 8 hours per day). Mandatory attendance at Camp Orientation. Attendance staff training.
Locations:
TBA
Dates:
Week 1 � June 5-9 Week 2 � June 12-16 Week 3 � June 19-23 Week 4 � June 26 � 30 NO CAMP � July 3-7 Week 5 � July 10-14 Week 6 � July 17-21 Week 7 � July 24-28 Week 8 � July 31 - August4
Description:
Summer Camp Youth Volunteers: adhere to an assigned work schedule; help to ensure a safe, enjoyable and appropriate environment; interacts with children during all camp activities and carries out duties as assigned by the Camp Instructors. Volunteers who serve for two consecutive summers are eligible for hire as Youth Counselors. 14 Years of age or older. Must be willing to attend Camp Orientation.
Requirements:
Assists instructor with daily instruction, recreation and field trips. Helps keep group on task with assigned learning activities. Maintains high interest and energy for the instructional programs, modeling interest for campers and support for instructors. Assists in preparing morning and afternoon snack during the camp. Assists in preparing the Friday Reception with help from the campers. Refers all behavior situations requiring discipline to the Instructor. Refers all illness and first-aid situations encountered by campers to the Instructor. Maintains a positive and professional attitude with campers and staff at all times. Assists in daily preparation of camp environment including keeping the camp facility safe and clean.
Compensation:
None
Contact Info:
Send a letter of interest to: Enrichment Education Coordinator, National Atomic Museum, 1905 Mountain Rd NW, Albuquerque, NM 87104.
Date Posted: 2006-02-06
Expiration Date: 2006-03-15
Employment Type: Seasonal




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