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BUNAC’s annual Summer Camp Recruitment Fairs will be taking place January 9, 10 and 13 in London, Manchester and Edinburgh, giving young people the ideal opportunity to plan ahead and secure a stateside summer job for 2016. Camp Directors will be flying over to the UK to attend the fairs, interview candidates and potentially hire them on the spot.

As the original provider of the Summer Camp USA experience, and with more than 50 years and 125,000 placements to its name, BUNAC continues to stand head and shoulders above other much younger organisations, using its long-established relationships with Camp Directors to match applicants, skill sets and personalities to the different roles and environments available.

Summer Camp USA is a tried and tested cultural exchange programme, which offers successful applicants who have experience of working with children a taste of life in the great American outdoors for eight to ten weeks between May and August.  And, with more than 10,000 J1 camp counsellor visas issued in the UK every year, there are plenty of jobs to choose from.

New for summer 2016, BUNAC will be recruiting general Camp Counsellors in addition to those with the skills and experience to teach a specific activity. Camp Directors will be especially keen to employ those with a positive attitude, lots of energy, and recent experience of working with children, ideally in a leadership or coaching role.  Teachers, trainee teachers, special needs workers, play scheme workers, scout leaders and sports coaches – particularly those specialising in lifeguarding, swimming, tennis, horse riding and outdoor skills such as ropes and climbing - are all welcome.  

Different types of camps will be represented at the Recruitment Fairs, including traditional American summer camps, those dedicated to children with special needs, others specialising in performing arts or sports and some faith-based camps.

Among the comments received from previous participants, Hannah from Peterborough, who worked at Camp Nashoba in Maine, New England, said her role on the programme had taught her:  “patience, the ability to work together, being able to help with difficult children, responsibility and adaptability”.

Following two months of living and working on Camp, participants have the opportunity to travel for up to 30 days around North America.

For further details visit http://www.bunac.org/uk/work-abroad/summer-camp/summer-camp-exchange-usa  or, to speak with a member of the BUNAC team, telephone 033 3999 7516.

 


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