Summer Camp Employment
Being a camp counselor is one of the most demanding yet rewarding jobs
you could choose for the summer. YOU are influencing lives! There is great excitement
in this... also lots of responsibility. You are a role model, leader, teacher and care giver. The
rewards you get from your involvement with the campers is priceless.Whether you realize it immediately
or after the summer has passed, the impact you make on the lives of campers and fellow counselors is
lasting. There are memories to make and friends to meet! Join us on the mountaintop...
2013 Traditional Camp Positions
Girls Camp ( May 28th – July 6th, 2013)
Coed Camp (July 7th – August 16th, 2013)
All jobs have been filled for Summer 2013.
Please contact us if you have an interest in the following positions:
Staff Expectations and Standards
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All staff positions have been filled for Summer 2013.
"Working at Camp Cheerio is one of the most rewarding experiences you can
give yourself. Not only can you touch the lives of children, but
you gain so much through friendships made, which will last a lifetime."
Matt Hawks, Virginia Tech
"It all started when I was eight, counting down the days
until my parents would finally drop me off at Cheerio. Counting
down days turned into counting down hours as I anxiously waited
in line on opening day, waiting to tear into camp and claim that
top bunk. Not much has changed, I'm twenty years old and I still
count down the days until the Cheerio season begins. Working in
the beautiful mountains of North Carolina at Camp Cheerio is one
of the most rewarding experiences and something I will always anxiously
await year after year."
Catherine Shields, University of Georgia
Senior Counselor and Program Assistant
"As a first time counselor at Camp Cheerio I was welcomed
into this amazing family with open arms. I had the best time getting
to know the staff, spending time with my campers, and learning new
things about myself. I am so thankful to have been given such an
awesome opportunity to work at Camp Cheerio. I also enjoyed establishing
friendships that have continued after camp."
Caitlin Trapani, Elon College
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Past counselors and staff have hailed from...
East Carolina University
UNC - Chapel Hill
UNC - Charlotte
Arizona State University
North Carolina State University
Appalachian State University
High Point University
UNC - Wilmington
Wake Forest University
University of South Carolina
University of Georgia
University of Toledo
University of Alabama
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