Reaching Out

I know one person who got a job through e-mail. She e-mailed the director and spoke with him about a position, went through the interview process and was hired.

So, keep in mind that good counselors are also looking for you, and the Internet is becoming one of the best places for them to find your camp.

It would be a good idea to have a section on your Web site for potential staff to outline the job requirements, philosophy of the camp and the hiring process. The more information a prospective counselor has, the more likely they are to follow up.

Christie Enders just spent her second summer at Camp Al-Gon-Quian on Burt Lake, Mich. In the summer of 2000, she worked at Camp Pendalouan. Currently, she is a senior at Michigan State studying community relations and will be graduating in May.

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