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Seasonal Day Camps Coordinator

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ORGANIZATION: Pikes Peak Children's Museum

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Purpose of Volunteer Position: Assist the Program Coordinator with creating day camps.

Number of hours: 2-10 hours per month; more during the month of the actual day camp

Location: In person & remote

Reports to: Currently, the Executive Director

Works Closely with: The Executive Director, Volunteer Coordinator and all program volunteers

Volunteer Responsibilities:

  • Coordinate day camps for spring break, summer, fall and/or winter breaks depending on the discretion of the organization
  • Work with programming and the Executive Director to help develop the curriculum and a theme for each day camp
  • If you can confirm your Lead & Assistant educators ahead of time, they could also help build curriculum
  • Work with the marketing team to develop material to market and advertise the day camps
  • Work with the Volunteer Coordinator to make sure lead and assistant educators are available
  • Create the curriculum binders needed for the Lead & Assistant educators
  • Help to push out the advertising and marketing of each camp - for example, getting fliers to districts and family friendly locations around town.
  • Conduct meetings as needed to build curriculum and schedule for the different day camps
  • Coordinate registration and sign ups for day camps and relay information to Executive Director and Lead Educators.
  • Be a part of the Programs Committee and be able to meet in person or Zoom 1x a month

Volunteer Requirements/Working Conditions:

  • Must live in Colorado Springs and be able to come to PPCM
  • Understand and promote PPCM’s mission
  • Be a part of the Programs Committee and be able to meet in person or Zoom 1x a month
  • Be an ambassador for PPCM
  • Help to educate the community about PPCM

Recommended Volunteer Qualifications:

  • Must be 18 years or older
  • Experience in the Education, Early Childhood and/or Curriculum fields is a plus
  • Knowledge of Square, Sign up Genius and WIX.com a plus
  • Knowledge of Google Calendars a plus
  • Curriculum writing a plus
  • Working knowledge of databases and MS Office (especially Excel)
  • Able to communicate effectively with diverse people
  • Excellent organizational and team coordination abilities
  • A pleasant, outgoing personality
  • Bilingual would be a plus

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About Pikes Peak Children's Museum


2565 Airport Road, Colorado Springs, CO 80910, US

Mission Statement

PPCM is a community-built, hands-on educational destination that engages ALL children and their grown-ups by sparking creativity through purposeful play.



Our vision is to be a trusted, growing educational resource, and a community collaborator who offers opportunities to inspire children to reach their unique potential.

The express objectives of PPCM are to provide:
  • A dynamic hands-on, engaging and fun educational experience focused on the age group 0-10.
  • A place for this demographic to encounter boundless opportunities for discovery and imagination, sparking a passion for life-long learning.
  • A compelling environment to nurture wonder and creativity, encouraging children’s innate desire to explore the world around them.
  • An indispensable resource for children, families, the community at large and elementary-level educators as a mutually beneficial connecting point.


Children & Youth
Education & Literacy
Children & Youth, Community, Education & Literacy


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2565 Airport RoadColorado Springs, CO 80910



  • Youth Services
  • Program Management
  • Child Development
  • Organization
  • Verbal / Written Communication
  • STEM




  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training

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