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- Responsible for the supervision, care and safety of their assigned campers at all times.
- Must know the abilities, disabilities and special needs of each camper in their cabin and ensure that their needs are being met.
- Responsible for the cleanliness of their cabin as well as their camper’s clothing and personal belongings.
- Act as a good role model for their campers by following and reinforcing all camp rules and regulations.
- Responsible for all daily activities in terms of the participation, punctuality and leadership and must follow the scheduled activity program provided for each cabin.
- Keep a daily log of assigned cabin along with co-counselors.
- Prepare a written evaluation of each of your campers at the end of each session.
- Attend daily unit meetings on a rotating basis and communicate all information received to your co-counselors.
- Write or assist camper to send a postcard camper’s families.
- Each counselor is assigned evening O.D. on a rotating basis.
- Responsible for the coordination of various evening activities including but not limited to carnival booths, talent shows acts for campers, dance themes, cabin nights and unit nights.
- Must know fire, lost camper, storm, and health procedures, and other material covered during orientation.
- Ensure that campers leave camp with all of the clothing and personal belongings they arrived with.
- Any accident or illness resulting in any physical discomfort to a camper should be immediately reported to the Infirmary.
- Be willing to accept any other responsibilities assigned by their Unit Administrator, the Director, the Assistant Directors, Nurses or Program Counselors.
- Report any problems of the grounds or building to your Unit Administrator.