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Imagine becoming a Camp SAY Counselor, Teaching Artist or another member of our Camp SAY team. Camp SAY is located in East Stroudsburg, PA. See the positions available below.

We believe that every voice matters. Learn more about our mission at SAY.org

Camp SAY: A Summer Camp for Young People who Stutter

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All staff members are expected to actively support, encourage, and engage all campers socially, emotionally, and physically (help with conflict resolution, self-confidence, strong communication; be a positive role model/mentor/great listener; show patience, enthusiasm, creativity, flexibility, generosity).

Counselor

Our Counselors fulfill two roles at Camp SAY:

Bunk Counselor and Activities Counselor Counselors fulfill two roles at Camp SAY: Bunk Counselor and Activities Counselor. During Activity Periods, counselors lead/support various camp activities throughout the day, including sports, performing/creative arts, adventure/outdoor activities, group-bonding activities, and more. Whenever they are not at activities, counselors will be responsible for a group of 6-12 campers with a co-counselor (create a positive, unified, safe space in the bunk, help to wake up and get ready, help go to bed, help stay organized, eat all meals together in the dining hall, etc.).All Camp SAY staff members are expected to actively support, encourage, and engage all campers socially, emotionally, and physically. This includes helping with conflict resolution, building self-confidence, and strong communication, being a positive role model and a great listener, showing patience, enthusiasm, creativity, flexibility, and generosity.  All Camp SAY staff members are expected to actively support, encourage, and engage all campers socially, emotionally, and physically. This includes helping with conflict resolution, building self-confidence, and strong communication, being a positive role model and a great listener, showing patience, enthusiasm, creativity, flexibility, and generosity.Apply

Additional roles at Camp SAY:

Support Staff The Support Staff, supports all areas of camp with various tasks and activities under the guidance of the Office Manager. This may include supporting the leaders of specific activities, setting up for activities, evening activities and special events, helping with transitions between activities and arranging/organizing/preparing supplies in the office. Support Staff also supports the bunk line and in the dining hall and accompanies drivers with travel assignments off camp as well. All Camp SAY staff members are expected to actively support, encourage, and engage all campers socially, emotionally, and physically. This includes helping with conflict resolution, building self-confidence, and strong communication, being a positive role model and a great listener, showing patience, enthusiasm, creativity, flexibility, and generosity. Apply

Travel Counselor / Driver SAY’s Travel Counselors and Drivers are entrusted to travel with campers and staff to and from camp as needed. When traveling with a camper, travel counselor will become that camper’s guardian and caregiver until they return to camp. Travel Counselor responsibilities include the following: dropping off and picking up campers and staff members at the airport (usually Newark airport, about 90 minutes away from camp); driving campers and staff members to and from the hospital and other non-emergency medical locations, as needed; driving into town to pick up supplies or other materials for camp. When on camp, travel counselors are actively included in supporting the other areas of camp. All Camp SAY staff members are expected to actively support, encourage, and engage all campers socially, emotionally, and physically. This includes helping with conflict resolution, building self-confidence, and strong communication, being a positive role model and a great listener, showing patience, enthusiasm, creativity, flexibility, and generosity. Apply

Office Staff Our Office Staff helps to keep the operations of camp running smoothly and maintain a clean and organized office space. They work closely with and support the leadership team to prepare for events and activities at camp. They answer phones and correspond with families as needed, assist with data entry, bookkeeping, supplies, attendance, memos to staff, camper mail, and other administrative tasks. All Camp SAY staff members are expected to actively support, encourage, and engage all campers socially, emotionally, and physically. This includes helping with conflict resolution, building self-confidence, and strong communication, being a positive role model and a great listener, showing patience, enthusiasm, creativity, flexibility, and generosity. Apply

Photographer/Blogger Our Photographer/Blogger takes high quality, professional photographs (and videos) of campers and activities around camp. They upload, edit, and sort through photographs and videos and post several times per day on the camp blog. They ensure that all of our approximately 150 campers have at least one picture up every 2 days. All Camp SAY staff members are expected to actively support, encourage, and engage all campers socially, emotionally, and physically. This includes helping with conflict resolution, building self-confidence, and strong communication, being a positive role model and a great listener, showing patience, enthusiasm, creativity, flexibility, and generosity. Apply

AV/DJ As part of the Programming Team, the AV/DJ will help to bring joy to camp and help our campers be heard! They work closely with the Programming Director and are a crucial element in the following areas: Evening Activities (2 campfires, 2 parties, open mic night, and more); Meals (setting the mood in the Dining Hall with music); Special/Theme Days (Teams Days, Show Day – both dress rehearsals and performances, Arrival and Departure Day, and more); and Transitions. The AV / DJ’s responsibilities include: infusing more music throughout the camp experience; setting up equipment, such as microphones, speakers, video screens, projectors, recording equipment, connecting wires and cables, sound and mixing boards, stage lights, etc.; testing equipment before an event or activity; monitoring sound feeds to ensure quality; diagnosing and correcting media system problems; working with Camp SAY/Pocono Springs staff to ensure proper handling and installation of all equipment provided (and evaluating if additional equipment needs to be rented). All Camp SAY staff members are expected to actively support, encourage, and engage all campers socially, emotionally, and physically. This includes helping with conflict resolution, building self-confidence, and strong communication, being a positive role model and a great listener, showing patience, enthusiasm, creativity, flexibility, and generosity. Apply

Teaching Artist Teaching Artists lead/support various creative/performing arts activities under the support and guidance of the Artistic Director. Each Teaching Artist works with 1-2 small groups of campers (2-4 per group) to create original pieces to share/perform on Visiting Day. TA’s are there to inspire our campers to explore their imaginations and help them share their voices and ideas with the world TA’s are responsible for transcribing their campers’ original ideas into script formats, staging and rehearsing the pieces, completing tech sheets, and communicating effectively with the Artistic Director about their group’s progress and needs. All Camp SAY staff members are expected to actively support, encourage, and engage all campers socially, emotionally, and physically. This includes helping with conflict resolution, building self-confidence, and strong communication, being a positive role model and a great listener, showing patience, enthusiasm, creativity, flexibility, and generosity. Apply

Nurse (Health Center) Our Camp Nurse is a member of the Health Care Team under the guidance and support of the Health Coordinator. They and the other Health Care Staff will provide all necessary healthcare and promote overall good health for campers and staff. The nurse ensures that the clinic is kept clean and stocked with appropriate supplies and medications, keeps clear, accurate, and concise records on all campers and staff; conducts initial and final health checks and keeps a daily medical log and maintain and document the camper/staff chart. The nurse also dispenses and keeps a record of daily medications administered, keeps track of patients requiring follow-up visits for medical care, and helps to determine if and when a camper/staff member should be taken to the hospital or other medical location; etc. All Camp SAY staff members are expected to actively support, encourage, and engage all campers socially, emotionally, and physically. This includes helping with conflict resolution, building self-confidence, and strong communication, being a positive role model and a great listener, showing patience, enthusiasm, creativity, flexibility, and generosity. Apply

Nanny Camp SAY’s Nanny, creates a stimulating, nurturing, and safe environment for the young children of Camp Directors and other staff members during the day. They supervise the children’s activities at all times and plan and provide age-appropriate activities while also allowing children to engage in camp-wide activities. They work closely with the Camp Directors and parents. All Camp SAY staff members are expected to actively support, encourage, and engage all campers socially, emotionally, and physically. This includes helping with conflict resolution, building self-confidence, and strong communication, being a positive role model and a great listener, showing patience, enthusiasm, creativity, flexibility, and generosity. Apply

If you have any questions, please contact Camp SAY Director, Meg Hart: 646.403.3522 or meg@say.org

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