Skill Areas

While you must truly enjoy spending many hours a day with young girls, it is imperative that you have real experience in and are able to convey in a positive way, your skills to our campers. Below are short descriptions of the many skill areas offered to our campers. You will need to have skills in one or more of the following to be seriously considered for a position on our staff.

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Arts & Crafts: General arts and crafts, ceramics, raku, pottery wheel, silver jewelry, beading, stained glass, candle making, painting, drawing and sketching.

Crew/Rowing: Sculling, coxing, boat driving and knowledge of Vespoli boat care and maintenance.

Culinary Arts: Knowledge of nutritious and delicious cooking and baking, including food safety and safe preparation. ‘Farm to table’ experience a plus.

Dance: Ballet, Pointe, jazz, tap, hip hop, modern and lyrical. Instructing and choreography. Previous instruction and lead choreography a must.

Drama/Musical Theatre: Musical productions, assistant directors, piano accompaniment, stage craft, set design, costume design, and improvisation.

Equestrian: English hunt-seat equitation, vaulting, jumping, dressage, tacking, grooming and a good knowledge of general horse care.

Gymnastics: Beam, vault, uneven bars, floor exercises, trampoline, and tumble track.

Figure Skating: Instruction for beginners – competitive. Ideally over 21 years old.

Land Sports: Archery, basketball, field hockey, fitness and weights, golf, lacrosse, soccer, softball, squash, running, track and field and volleyball.

Music: Piano, guitar, drums/percussion, and vocal instruction.

Nurse:  Looking for warm, flexible licensed nurses to staff our on site health center. Our nurses work with our campers, staff, camper parents and camp doctors in a clinical setting. Read more here…

Office: Excellent written, verbal and phone communication skills. Some driving involved (21 and over). Proficient in MS Office.

Outdoor Adventure: Camp crafts, canoeing, hiking, fishing, and overnights on camp grounds.

Photographer: Digital camera photography and editing. Capture campers and events to post daily on our website.

Ropes: Low elements (15), high elements (25), belaying, and team building.

Sailing, and Small Watercrafts: Sailing (Hobie-cats, Sunfish, Lasers), kayaking, canoeing, windsurfing, rigging and boat driving.

Swimming: Beginner through competitive instruction, water aerobics, water polo, diving and life guarding.

Tennis: Beginner through advanced (USTA) instruction.

Videographer: Documentary style digital video shooting and editing.

Water Ski: Boat driving and instruction: two ski, slalom, wakeboard, trick, wake skate, ski jumping, and bare footing (4 new 2007 MasterCraft ProStar 197).

Website & Network Maintenance: Network knowledge, trouble-shooting and testing, proficient in MS Office, and ability to quickly learn new programs.