Summer Camp Counselor Application
Each camp session is Monday-Friday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Every session will be educationally geared toward the intended age group and will cover themes such as basic hiking and trail etiquette, observing nature, identifying local flora and fauna, mapping climate data, water conservation, ecology, earth’s resources and energy conservation. We will also have visits from local experts and park rangers and go on a field study to Big Soddy Gulf to test the water quality. Junior and senior counselors are required to participate in all camp activities.

WHEN TO SHOW UP AND WHAT TO BRING
Camp is Monday-Friday, 9:00 AM- 3 PM. Counselors are expected to be on campus from 8:30 AM to 3:30 PM. Drop off can be no earlier that 8:15 AM. Camp provides all the necessary equipment as well as a snack in the mornings and afternoons. Counselors should bring a sack lunch every day, wear comfortable clothing and hiking shoes and bring a backpack and water bottle. Refrigeration and microwaves will not be provided for lunches. Please note that Camp cannot be responsible for personal items (such as electronics, watches, glasses, etc.) lost or damaged. Cell phones are not permitted during camp hours. We recommend labeling all your belongings. Counselors will have access to lockers during camp time.

Student Name *
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Grade for the 2019/2020 School Year (Middle School students cannot be counselors Camp Sasquatch) *
Student Email Address *
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Counselor Level *
Camp Sessions You Wish to Work? (Check all that apply) Counselors must be willing to work entire week of camp. *
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What does it mean to be an Environmental Steward? *
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Please describe any experience you have working with younger children, i.e., other summer camps, baby-sitting, youth groups, etc. *
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Why should you be chosen to be a camp counselor at Camp Ivy? *
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