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Application for Kids’ University

Positions available: Day Camp Counselor/Teacher, Substitute

Camp Dates: May 23 – July 29, 2016

*Please submit all application materials by March 11, 2016*

If hired, you are required to attend a teacher orientation on Saturday, April 30, 2016.

You will also be required to become First Aid/CPR (Child) Certified prior to May 23, 2016.

Name: ___________________________________________________ Address: _________________________________________________ City: ___________________________ State: ________ Zip: ________ Home Phone: ______________________

Cell Phone: ________________________

Email address: _____________________________________________ Emergency Contact Name:_____________________________________ Emergency Contact Phone:_____________________________________ Are you a: ____Freshman ___Sophomore ____Junior ____Senior ____ Graduate Student ____Other ___Certified Teacher

Please circle the position you are most interested in. TEACHER or SUBSTITUTE Please rate the age groups you would like to teach: (1-most, 6-least)

____ Rising Kindergarteners ____ Rising 1st Graders ____ Rising 2nd Graders ____ Rising 3rd Graders ____ Rising 4th Graders ____ Rising 5th Graders ____ Rising 6th & 7th Graders ____ Recreation Instructor

Please list any known schedule conflicts between May 23 and July 29, 2016.



Please attach a cover letter and a résumé, which includes all work experience, student teaching experience, educational merits, and at least 3 references.

Applications may be submitted in person to 100 Chappell Hall, by e-mail to candice.griffeth@gcsu.edu, or by mail to the following address:

Georgia College Continuing Education Attn: Candice Griffeth Campus Box 40


Kids’ University Overview:

When: Monday-Friday * May 23-July 29 * 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Where: Rising K-3rd Graders—Chappell Hall * 211 Clarke Street Rising 4th-5th Graders-The Depot * 610 West Greene Street

Rising 6th-7th Graders—Centennial Center * 251 South Clarke Street

What We Do: Summer just wouldn’t be the same without the excitement and adventure of Kids’ University! In 2016, the spirit and tradition of Kids’ University day camp continues with a summer full of games, arts and crafts, field trips, swimming and new friendships. The mission of Kids’ University is to provide a safe and wholesome environment for kids to come and enjoy their summer. Campers will have daily

opportunities to learn and have incredible amounts of FUN through DIVERSE activities. Planned activities for each theme will be age-appropriate, varying in content based on the age of the child.

Who We Are: The people who work for Kids’ University are our biggest asset. Their special interest in today’s youth and their enthusiasm are what make Kids’ University a wonderful experience. Current students and recent university graduates combine their experience, talents and personalities to make a unique experience each year. All of our counselors have passed a comprehensive background check and are first aid and CPR certified. Certified lifeguards and your child’s counselors are always present during their time at the outdoor Georgia College pool. Campers must be comfortable in the water and able to swim unassisted – with or without the use of floaties.

Kids’ University will provide one daily snack and drinks throughout each day. Also, students will receive a souvenir for each week of attendance. Children should bring their own sack lunch and additional snacks, if desired.


Kid’s University Summer Day Camp

Job Description

Job Title: Day Camp Counselor

Reports To: Candice Griffeth, Kid’s University Camp Director

Georgia College, Continuing Education

Position Purpose: Counselors are the primary caregivers for each camper. The Counselor is responsible for planning, teaching, coordinating, and carrying out activities and guiding campers in their personal growth and daily lives.

Position Dates: May 23-July 29, 2016

If hired, you are required to attend a teacher orientation on Saturday, April 30, 2016. Work Hours: 7:30 a.m. – 5:15 p.m., Monday – Friday

Salary: Average $380/week. Essential Job Functions:

1. Assist in the direction, supervision, and organization of campers in their camper group within activities and throughout the camp in order to meet the intended camper outcomes.

 Apply basic youth development principles in working with campers through communication, relationship development, respect for diversity, involvement and empowerment of youth.

 Assure campers are properly supervised at all times.  Be aware of and implement safety guidelines.

2. Participate in the development and implementation of program activities for campers.

 Responsible for leading or assisting with the teaching of activities.  Actively participate in all program areas as assigned.

 Provide for a progression of activities within the framework of individual and group interests and abilities.

 Assist in program areas such as waterfront, all camp activities, and arts and crafts as directed.

3. Maintain high standards of health and safety in all activities for campers and staff.  Provide the daily care of each camper within your supervision including

recognition of personal health needs.  Be alert to camper and staff needs.

 Be alert to equipment and facilities to ensure utilization, proper care, and maintenance is adhered to; report repairs needed promptly to camp director.

4. Be a role model to campers and staff in attitude and behavior.

 Follow and uphold all safety and security rules and procedures  Set a good example to campers and others in regard to general camp

procedures and practices including sanitation, schedule, and sportsmanship.


 Provide parents appropriate feedback and information as needed for their campers to have a successful experience.

 Follow safety and security protocols when campers are in public while presenting a positive image of the camp.

Other Job Duties:

 Provide supervision for campers while campers are transported on campus shuttles and during scheduled field trips off of camp property.

Relationships: Counselors are expected to work as a team and effectively communicate and coordinate with all staff members. Counselors are also expected to keep the program director informed.

Equipment Used: Counselors may be asked to use fire protection equipment, washers and dryers, dishwashers, and specialty program equipment.

Qualifications: (Minimum Education and Experience)  Must be at least 18 years of age.

 Must be certified in First Aid/CPR or be able to obtain certification (class will be offered as part of staff training).

 Ability to interact with all age levels

 Must have previous experience supervising children.

 Must have a High School Diploma, College enrollment is preferred. Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

 Understanding of the development needs of youth.  Ability to relate to youths and adults in a positive manner.

 Demonstrated knowledge and skill in designated camp program areas. Physical Aspects of the Job:

 Able to communicate and work with groups participating and providing necessary instruction to campers and staff.

 Ability to observe camper behavior, assess its appropriateness, enforce

appropriate safety regulations and emergency procedures, and apply appropriate management techniques.

 Visual and auditory ability to identify and respond to environmental and other hazards related to the activity.

 Physical ability to respond appropriately to situations requiring first aid. Must be able to assist campers in an emergency (fire, evacuation, illness, or injury) and possess strength and endurance required to maintain constant supervision of campers.

Some physical requirements of a general counselor position could be endurance including prolonged standing, some bending, stooping, walking long distances, and stretching; requires hand-eye coordination and manual dexterity to manipulate

equipment and camp activities; requires normal range of hearing and eyesight to record, prepare, and communicate appropriate camper activities/programs and the ability to lift up to 50lbs; willing to work regular hours with limited or simple equipment and


Kids’ University Summer Day Camp Georgia College, Milledgeville, GA

Voluntary Disclosure Statement

Name Birth Date

Other names by which known (e.g., maiden name) Home Address

Street Address, City, State, Zip School or College Address

Street Address, City, State, Zip Home Phone

Cell Phone (optional) E‐mail Address (optional)

1. Have you ever been convicted of any crime relating in any manner to children and/or your conduct with them?

_____ Yes _____ No

If yes, please explain: (Use separate sheet, if necessary.)

2. Have you ever been convicted of any crime including, but not limited to, those listed below and/or any crime

similar in any manner to those listed below? _____ Yes _____ No

- Indecent assault and battery on a child under fourteen

- Indecent assault and battery on a mentally retarded person

- Indecent assault and battery on a person who has obtained the age of fourteen

- Rape

- Assault with intent to commit rape

- Kidnapping of a child under sixteen with intent to commit rape

- Distribution and trafficking of narcotics or other controlled substances

- Intent to commit any of the above crimes.

If yes, please explain: (Use a separate sheet, if necessary.)

3. Have you ever been adjudged liable for civil penalties or damages involving sexual or physical abuse of children?

_____ Yes _____ No If yes, please explain: (Use separate sheet, if necessary.)

4. Are you now or have you ever been subject to any court order involving sexual or physical abuse of a minor,

including, but not limited to a domestic order or protection?

_____ Yes _____ No If yes, please explain: (Use separate sheet, if necessary.)

5. Have your parental rights ever been terminated for reasons involving sexual or physical abuse of children?

_____ Yes _____ No If yes, please explain: (Use separate sheet, if necessary.) I understand that:

a) The camp may deny employment to any person who answers “yes” to any one of questions 1-5. If hired and the employer later discovers circumstances that would indicate a “yes” answer to any of the above questions, employment will be terminated immediately.

b) The information provided on this form is subject to verification, which may include a criminal history check and request from any Central Registry of child abusers.

c) The camp may terminate employment or volunteer service of any person if that person is found, regardless of when discovered, to:

1) Have a history of complaints of abuse of a minor;

2) Have resigned, been terminated, or been asked to resign from a position whether paid or unpaid, due to complaint(s) of sexual abuse of a minor; and/or

3) Have falsified or omitted information in this disclosure statement. d) This disclosure statement must be updated yearly.


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