Staff members of the APH Summer Camp are specifically chosen for their skills and successful experience with campers. Applicants undergo a thorough application process. Candidates who become staff members are those who are best able to help our program meet its goals.
Each counselor works with the Camp Director to set goals for the summer and work on areas of growth. Within the organizational structure of the Summer Camp, counselors have the opportunity to increase their role and responsibilities each summer.
Applicants must be at least 16 years old to apply. In addition to committing to ALL weeks of the Camp, candidates are required to attend orientation and training workshops.
Many of our staff are CPR/AED and First Aid certified.
APH Summer camp staff are college students, teachers or activity specialists who have proven, successful experience working with children.
APH camp staff must attend a comprehensive staff orientation before camp begins to embrace the Summer Camp core program and values and build a cohesive staff team who work in the best interest of the campers at all times. Orientation includes health and safety protocols, risk management, behavior management, intentional program design, emergency procedures, use of resources, care of equipment, and overall knowledge of camp procedures. APH staff have undergone background checks, including a Massachusetts CORI, SORI, and the National Sex Offender Public Registry. In addition, we conduct in-person interviews and check three provided references.
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