Camp Noah is a camp for children whose communities have been impacted by disaster. Camp Noah provides a safe, caring and fun environment where children build resiliency skills within the familiarity of their own communities, using a proven curriculum designed to help children process their disaster and/or trauma experience through creative activities and play. In this safe and supportive setting, children are encouraged to face their fears, grieve their losses, identify and share their unique gifts and talents, and plan for an amazing future.
Camp Staff work directly with children as camp leaders during the Camp Noah week. There are a number of duties team members can take on. These include leading the curriculum in small groups, leading activities, and emceeing large group events. Each person has the opportunity to serve in an area that utilizes their own unique gifts and talents!Need: 15-25 Camp Staff for each week of Camp Noah. Training and resources provided.
On-site roles available include: (staff members may be assigned to any of these roles during the camp week, a more detailed description of each position is available in the Camp Noah 101 guide)
- Small group leaders and assistants
- Actors and puppeteers-can also be a small group leader/assistant
- Large group leader
- Recreation leader
- Music leader-can also be a small group leader/assistant
- Craft leader
- Must pass background check
- Willing to agree to the Guidelines and Policies & Procedures of Camp Noah
- Work well with children, professional, energetic and caring
- People Skills
- Safety & Disaster Education
- Critical Thinking
- Youth Services
Good Match For
Requirements & Commitment
- Background Check
- Must be at least 18
- Orientation or Training
- Camp is Monday-Friday plus travel time.