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Work at Summer Camp Spend your summer outdoors working in the beautiful mountains of New Mexico. Stay away from the cubicle and get a tan. Ride horses, canoe, do rock climbing and arts and crafts and get paid doing it. Be the envy of our friends as you post amazing pictures of your summer adventure in the sun! Obtain real world experience that will get you noticed by hiring managers. How to choose which camp is right for you Each of our two camps are unique and offer a different selection of programs, sites and schedules. Programs are designed around a certain theme in which girls pre-register. Groups called units, range in size from 8-20 with 2-4 counselors working with each unit. Each week counselors will have an opportunity to choose which theme and age group they would like to work with. Programs tend to run Sunday-Friday with special weekend events throughout the summer. Look at each camp/job description and what skills or experiences you may already have or want to learn and also keep in mind the start and end dates and your summer availability. You can always contact the Camp Director if you have questions or need further assistance. Camp Rancho del Chaparral Located in the Jemez mountain range this camp offers a wide range of accommodations from platform tents to hogans, wagons and arorondacks. Program features are horses and general sampler for first time campers. There are also family and troop camps offered. Staff have a wide variety of experience, from performing arts background to beginning rock climbing. Skills in working with all age ranges with a variety of outdoor skills, such as hiking, nature exploration and traditional Girl Scout programming is good as well. The weather is warm in the day with cool nights. Staff dates: May 19th - August 8th Camp Elliott Barker Located near the town of Angel Fire this camp offers accommodations in platform tents or rustic cabins. Programs focus on high adventure activities with trips out of camp for river rafting, rock climbing and horse programs. Staff have a wide variety of experience, from canoeing to advanced rock climbing and horses. Skills in working at high elevations and older girls as well as traditional Girl Scout programming. The weather is warm in the day with cool nights. Staff dates: May 19th- August 8th 2014 Staff Team Positions Where do you see your next Adventure? Associate Camp Director Assistant Camp Director Operations Manager Trips & Program Manager Health Supervisor Equestrian Director Assistant Equestrian Director Leadership Director Program Specialist- Art Program Specialist- Nature/Archery Program Specialist- Ropes Course Unit Leaders Unit Counselors Maintenance & Kitchen Helper Rancho Barker X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X

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