Thank you for your interest in Radnor Township Recreation's Summer Camp Positions 2021!
Build your leadership, communication, and problem-solving skills this summer!
The purpose of the Virtual Summer Camp Staff Job Fair is to offer individuals with interest in learning more about these great summer positions without going through the application process. During the virtual fair, you will have a chance to ask very specific questions and learn more directly from Recreation Department staff members about the array of great positions available!
Please RSVP to Tammy Cohen, Director of Recreation, at firstname.lastname@example.org - you will have up until the day before each scheduled virtual fair date to RSVP.
Can't make the fair dates? Call with questions at 610-688-5600, x 141.
The following positions are available for the summer 2021:
Radnor Day Camp - Monday, June 28 to Friday, August 6 (6 weeks) at Radnor Activity Center
Available Positions Include:
Specialty Coordinators - share your special talents and skills with campers and lead staff in a specialty areas such sports, team-building, creative arts/crafts, music, or other fun camp activities.
Camp Leaders/Counselors - serve as a role model, make a connection, and lead campers through the summer camp program (experience preferred but not required).
Special Needs Support - serve as a role model, make a connection, and lead special needs campers through the summer camp program (experience and/or special skills required)
Radnor Wizarding Camp - Monday, August 9 to Friday, August 13 at Hill Top Preparatory School
Wizarding Camp Director - Responsibilities of the Camp Director include, but are not limited to, the planning and implementation, programming, creation, and overall administration of the Radnor Wizarding Camp. In addition, their responsibilities will include overseeing and leading all levels of camp staff including Camp Leaders, any applicable Special Needs Support Leaders, and program volunteers.
Wizarding Camp Leader - Responsibilities of Camp Leaders include, but are not limited to, leading daily activities that are inclusive and enriching for their camp group along with providing direct supervision and safety for an assigned group of campers.