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Topic: New Summer Camp Jobs Section
Posted By: administrator
Subject: New Summer Camp Jobs Section
Date Posted: 07 February 2010 at 19:46
New Summer Camp pages added here:

http://www.seasonworkers.com/summerjobs/summer-camp-jobs.aspx - Summer Camp Jobs

Covering Summer Camp Jobs in Europe, the UK and USA. Loads of companies, videos and jobs available. As ever, all jobs are active - click on what you fancy doing then apply online.

If anyone out there has worked on a summer camp it would be great if you could post your experiences here to help people looking for summer camp work.



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Posted By: rachelplu
Date Posted: 28 February 2010 at 17:31
Hi everyone, I am hoping to go 2 mayb ibiza or somwhere in spain this summer working as a kids club rep, I have loads of experience and 1st aid the thing is I want to go with my 6yr old son and have him in the kids club and I am not sure if this will work. If anyone has any info for me on what they think i should do pplllzzz reply I am having such a hard trying to find info to see if it would be possible for me to do this.
 
Thank rachel


Posted By: bird
Date Posted: 08 January 2011 at 10:07
Hiya
 
I've worked has a holiday courier for any many years and it truely is a fantastic job, but sadly there are some horrid companies out there that are going to rip you off, please please please research your chosen company thoroughly, the best bet is to avoid small run business and ones that only interview over the phone!!!
 
Please try not to list the bad companys here has it will only get deleted and i really want any 1st time reps to read the above info.
 
Enjoy your summer everyone it sure beats working behind a desk x


Posted By: TracyIrish
Date Posted: 12 February 2011 at 17:18
HIYA'S THIS IS ME 1ST TIME APPLYIN FOR MONTAGE ASSISTANT IVE GOT MY PHONE INTERVIEW WITH EUROCAMP / KEYCAMP AND IVE FOUND THEM BRILLIANT IVE STAYED WITH DEM A FEW TIMES IN WALES AND FRANCE WEN I WAS YOUNGER AND TAUGHT THE COMPANY WAS BRILLIANT FROM AN OUTSIDE PERSON, AND I HOPE THERE THE SAME WHILST WORKING FOR THEM I HOPE I GET D JOB WITH THEM NOW, IVE THE PHONE INTERVIEW ON MONDAY EEEK,



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Posted By: bird
Date Posted: 15 February 2011 at 16:33

Hiya

True not all companys who interview over the phone are bad,but its the small companys i want people to be aware of, its my third year as a courier and over those few years the same companys keep cropping up that treat there staff badly. Im off to France this year with Eurocamp not doing montage so should be kicking off my season in March.


Posted By: amanda2522
Date Posted: 15 February 2011 at 18:11
hiya where you off to in france??


Posted By: bird
Date Posted: 16 February 2011 at 11:31
Hiya
Im off to beautiful Carnac in Brittany. The site is located not to far from the centre so we can escape site and jump on local buses to the bigger citys, what about you??


Posted By: amanda2522
Date Posted: 16 February 2011 at 15:25
thats where ive been placed too..really dont know wether to go :(


Posted By: bird
Date Posted: 18 February 2011 at 09:16
WHAT???............Have you ever been there? I take it your gonna be with Keycamp cause im Eurocamp.
This is going to be my 3rd yr there!! The loction is perfect you live right across the road from the beach, you live bassical in the town centre where all the bars and restruants are. I know its higher up North and maybe you wanted the Vondies or South France for the never ending sunshine???......But i wouldn't keep going back if i didn't return with a tan each year. Also this is a hard job (i know it sounds crazy), you are running around all day seeing in customers, fixing any problems and cleaning, the heat really gets to you after a while even more so if you've been parting the night before. Brittany is usually up in the 25-27 degrees and that's hot enough for this job.
If you've got any questions you want to ask me please do, but honestly the only people i know who have left Britttany are the ones that got fired.....hahaha.
 
 


Posted By: kyleg44
Date Posted: 25 February 2011 at 19:49
How do I apply for happycamp ?


Posted By: usca
Date Posted: 19 March 2011 at 14:11
Hey Guys and Girls,
Are you or any friends interested in working at a summer camp in the USA this summer. I recruit for US Camp Adventure, forget camp leaders or camp america, our fees are cheaper and you get a amazing experience.
Email me for more details mailto:wesley@campadventure.us - wesley@campadventure.us  


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Posted By: holsten50
Date Posted: 07 July 2011 at 13:48
Originally posted by usca usca wrote:

Hey Guys and Girls,
Are you or any friends interested in working at a summer camp in the USA this summer. I recruit for US Camp Adventure, forget camp leaders or camp america, our fees are cheaper and you get a amazing experience.

Email me for more details mailto:wesley@campadventure.us - wesley@campadventure.us  




pretty sure this is a scam, do not send them any money, myself an others are struggling to get refunds from this company.


Posted By: Jorge
Date Posted: 01 September 2011 at 09:35
Originally posted by kyleg44 kyleg44 wrote:

How do I apply for happycamp ?

Hi. You may view it in here seasonworkers.com/forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=10657&PID=88281&title=help-how-do-i-apply-for-a-job-at-happy-camp
It has already been discussed! :)


Posted By: freyjacksen
Date Posted: 09 September 2011 at 06:06
Thanks for sharing the information about the summer camp jobs. It will be useful for those who are seeking for jobs in summer camp.




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http://kandalore.com/html/default.asp - summer camp | http://kandalore.com/html/default.asp - canada camps


Posted By: lfish
Date Posted: 28 November 2011 at 13:09
I worked at camp America two years ago as a counsellor, and really enjoyed the whole experience. I'd like to share a little insight into my experience. As a counsellor I was in charge of the campers' general well-being and my role was to ensure that the kids get to enjoy all their activity sessions safely. The role was great fun on the whole, but was stressful at times and you need a lot of energy. If your not into dealing with kids then I'd forget about it. I'm currently thinking about taking on another summer camp role, but I want to go somewhere a little different. I was looking on this http://jobs.adzuna.co.uk/summer-camp - site and found it really helpful and have seen a view good options. I just wanted to know if anyone has any experience working at camps in less developed countries? Any advice would be much appreciated.



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