Summer Youth Leaders are responsible for supervising and engaging campers throughout the camp day, ensuring a safe, structured and respectful environment, with fun and meaningful activities that encourage the participation of all campers, strengthen social skills and develop a love for learning. They are also responsible for their own participation in camp activities as listed in the responsibilities of the position.
- Ability to work as part of a team with other staff members
- Responsible, friendly, patient, flexible, enthusiastic and energetic
- Strong communication and human relations skills
- Available 8:30 – 5:00, June 27 – August 1
- Available the evenings of show week (July 25-29)
- Participate in camp activities which include, but are not limited to:
- PSAT/SAT Prep course
- Music training
- Dance classes
- Musical rehearsals
- Enrichment activities
- Musical Performances
- Serve as section leaders during group rehearsals and practices
- Assist with group supervision of campers
- Share responsibility with other workers for various camp task
- Other duties as assigned
Received or willing to receive COVID-19 vaccination, ability to climb stairs, sit, squat, reach for and carry boxes of supplies to designated teaching areas and move about as needed in a fast-pace, high-intensive work environment. Interest in singing, dancing and theater or other theater related activities.
Training & Preparation Requirements
Candidate must pass all background and reference checks and complete orientation with Choir School staff.
The Choir School of Delaware is planning for all variations on our summer program be it in-person, hybrid or virtual. Youth workers must meet the following requirements as part of our COVID-19 response:
- Willingness to receive COVID-19 vaccination upon guardian approval
- Compliance with CDC and DDOE guidelines
- Enforce students and families to follow CDC and DDOE guidelines
Send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the Choir School
The Cathedral Choir School of Delaware, a 501(c)(3) organization, provides professional musical training, leadership development, language skills, academic support and mentoring in an intergenerational environment for youth in Wilmington, Delaware, and the surrounding region. Choir School staff and volunteers serve as advocates for these students to help guide them to success in academic, music and social endeavors.