Virtual Camp Counselor
At EveryStep's Amanda the Panda Grief & Loss Camps, children, teens, and adults find a place of comfort and support as they connect with others who have experienced the death of a loved one. Virtual Camp Counselors would facilitate discussion and activities for the participants throughout camp.
Even though camp is virtual this Spring, facilitators and participants will still get to partake in engaging and meaningful activities and facilitators will still be given the opportunity to walk alongside participants on their grief journey.
-Successful completion of background check.
-Successful completion of Amanda the Panda Facilitator Training.
-Understanding and recognition of appropriate boundaries.
-Ability to effectively interact with individuals and groups.
-Ability to work independently and exercise independent judgement that is consistent with achieving expectations.
-Comfortable discussing issues related to grief and loss.
-Ability to develop relationships with Amanda the Panda staff, clients, volunteers, and community.
-Ability to communicate effectively, verbally, in writing and in public with individuals and groups.
3000 Easton Blvd, Des Moines, IA 50317, US
We empower individuals, support families and strengthen communities.
EveryStep, formerly known as HCI Care Services & Visiting Nurse Services of Iowa, has been offering care and support for Iowans for many decades.
Our roots date back to 1908, when a group of nurses saw the need for public health nursing in Des Moines and founded an organization to fulfill that mission.
Since then, EveryStep has led the charge to address a wide variety of vital community health care and social service needs, offering prenatal support and home visits to new moms, assistance to immigrants and refugees, compassionate hospice and home care services, and grief and loss support.
Today, EveryStep has a strong reputation and a long history of serving vulnerable populations to help them live their best lives. Today, the non-profit’s 30 plus programs, more than 370 employees and nearly 900 volunteers offer care and support to Iowans in 47 counties.