WORK AT WICO! Join us for our 100th Summer! <- Click here!https://vimeo.com/311464514As a camp, we have been closely monitoring the latest COVID-19 updates and developments and will continue to do so. We are moving forward with our staffing process and are excited about celebrating our 100th summer!A summer at Wico will change you. We’re a community that isn’t afraid to take safe risks and be ourselves. Oh yeah, we like to have fun too.Wico Staff [why-cō · stăf] (n.) a Camp Wicosuta staff member. 1. you are self-motivated. 2. you love working with children. 3. you are adaptable and constantly driving positive change, but more importantly, you consistently like to have fun. Bold (adj.) describes Wico Staff. 1. (of a person, action, or idea) the willingness to assume a role at Wicosuta and be a part of something different- something bigger. 2. the ability to impact others for the better. 3. not afraid of anythingPerks (n.) the good stuff you get for working hard. 1. If you work at Wicosuta, you also live at Wico (so no paying rent). We will feed you three meals a day (with lots of variety and snacks). 2. Getting dressed is easy-we provide you with 8+ Staff shirts, and your laundry is done for you (washed, dried, folded) once a week. 3. You will work alongside people from all over the world who will become lifelong friends. That means you will have a reason to visit (and free places to stay) different parts of the world when summer is over!Scout (n.) you’re a recruiter, too.1. Being part of the Wicosuta community opens up a network for you. Everyone in our community is a valued member of our family. 2. As someone in the Wico community, we’ll ask that you always keep your eye out for great talent to join our team. Consider yourself an extension of the recruiting team, scouting for the best people to join us at Wico!Summary:As a camp counselor at Wico, you will live in a cabin with 6-12 campers and 2-3 adults and work at a specific activity area during the day. A camp counselor at Wicosuta is like a working parent; you go to work during the day (teaching at your activity area) and have responsibilities within your cabin “at home.” We are looking for people with experience in the following areas to instruct lessons: athletics, aquatics, creative arts, or outdoor adventure. Culinary Arts Instructors will be responsible for supervising kitchen safety, assisting with kitchen setup and cleanup, assisting with recipe development, and teaching campers basic kitchen skillsMust be available June 16, 2020-August 17, 2020.To find out more about spending a summer working at Wico, visit our website at www.campwicosuta.com. If you are interested in working with us, please apply directly online. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 914-946-0927 with questions.