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Bonner Partner > Camp Bob Summer - Kanuga Conferences Inc

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Camp Bob Summer - Kanuga Conferences Inc


Address:

P.O. Box 250 

Hendersonville, NC 28793

 

Website: www.kanuga.org/camps/campbob/index.asp

 

Contact Information

Lead Contact: David Griffen

Contact Phone: 828-692-9136, Ext. 264

Contact Emailcampbob@kanuga.org

 

Organization Description: Located in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina, Camp Bob is a traditional summer camp for disadvantaged, at-risk, and homeless children. An outreach program of the Kanuga Conference Center, Camp Bob serves over 1200 campers each year. Communities, persons, and organizations from the eastern United States sponsor children in their area to attend Camp Bob for weeklong sessions.  The campers are ages 8-12 and attend at no cost.  The sponsoring organizations recruit the campers from after-school programs, Boys and Girls' clubs, under-resourced public schools, transitional housing units, and homeless shelters.  While the children can be challenging and different, in most ways they are just kids who, for whatever reason, might not otherwise be able to attend camp. Working at Camp Bob is a rewarding work experience because your efforts really do make a difference in the campers' lives.

     Each January, Camp Bob begins accepting applications for summer staff. We are looking for Christian role models who have a strong desire to work with a diverse population of challenging children in the outdoors.  The summer begins with a week and a half of staff training, a time where staff are taught

all the necessary skills to work with campers effectively.  CPR and First Aid Training are provided with the oppurtunity for a Lifeguard certification if desired.  This time is followed by eleven weeks of fast-paced camping sessions.  Camp activities include swimming, climbing, archery, canoeing, arts & crafts,

dance, outdoor living skills, fishing, sports, hiking, and more!

 

Issue Area(s):

  • Youth Services 
  • Outdoor Recreation

 

Type(s) of Bonner Partnership Connections:

  • Alternative Break Site
  • Internship opportunity
  • Educational opportunity
  • Job opportunity
  • Resource Provider

 


Internship Position


Internship Description: As a camp counselor, you will supervise and mentor the campers during free periods and at night, and lead activities during the day. Visiting volunteers assist in the cabins a well.  We are also looking for a few lead counselors to oversee the Waterfront, Climbing Tower, and other program areas.  We expect you to have prior experience working with youth; have a desire to work with diverse populations; to be flexible; to learn and teach hands-on activities; provide a safe, fun, and positive environment; to be a team player; and to have a sense of humor. 

 

Internship Start/End Dates: 11 weeks

Application Process: Phone or email to request mailed info. or print application off website.

 

Application Deadline

Stipend Provided? Yes - $200/wk plus 10% bonus upon completion of the contract.

Housing Provided? Yes

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Service Opportunity


 

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Resource Opportunity


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