camp america

There are so many ways to spend the summer at Camp America. From baseball diamonds to lakefront views, you can spend the day outdoors with friends or your family. The atmosphere is always fun and the staff is wonderful. You can find a camp staff member who shares your interests and is willing to work with you on your child’s program.

You don’t need professional experience to work at Camp America. As long as you’re 18 or older, you can join the program. You’ll also need to have a police check, a medical form from a GP and a J1 visa, which Camp America will help you acquire. While it’s helpful to have a professional background and a passion for a sport, the staff at Camp America will accept just about anyone who’s passionate about that sport.

Camp America is a wonderful opportunity for a student or adult to spend the summer working at a summer camp in the USA. In return, you’ll be able to see the country for free and work alongside local kids. You can also attend their job fairs to meet the directors and apply for a position. The process is free and flexible, and the staff at Camp America are great people to meet. There is no obligation to work for them, but it’s a great way to gain valuable work experience.

Camp America’s staff and campers are well-trained to deal with the risks of infectious disease. They follow guidelines created by the American Camping Association and CDC. The camp has a low staff-to-camper ratio and implements regular cleaning breaks to further disinfect. They also make sure to spray down playground equipment throughout the day. They also require staff to wear masks on the property.

First-time campers get $800 for their trip, while returning campers receive $1200. They also get a J1 visa, which allows them to work in groups of four to 10 people and travel around America. In other words, the cost is worth it compared to the pay. For many, this is a great opportunity to travel, work, and make new friends.

Allen Rubin is part of the Camp America team and has been a summer staff member for more than a decade. Before joining the organization, he worked at YMHA summer camps in New Jersey for ten summers. Rubin was born and raised in Brooklyn, NY, and grew up in a typical Jewish family. He brings with him extensive experience in recruitment, Jewish camp life, and American life.