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Camp Arts & Crafts Leader


Job Requirements: The Arts and Crafts Leader should be a college student or graduate in art, art education, industrial arts, recreation or a related field.  Prefer some experience with persons with developmental disabilities.

Responsible to: Village Leader & Program Manager

1. Is responsible for all equipment/materials in the Arts and Crafts area.  Provide a safe and nurturing environment.
2. Provide materials, instructions and supervision to campers and staff in arts and crafts activities.
3. Motivate groups to understand and appreciate the world in which they live, through curiosity, demonstrating, displays and study, without the classroom atmosphere.
4. Continually inter relate arts and crafts with all other phases of the camp program.  Adding this particular talent to special camp activities such as story nights, skits, and other evening programs.
5. Communicate regularly with counselors to learn of strengths and weaknesses of each group so plans can be made accordingly.
6. Experiment with a wide range of arts and crafts activities so new ideas may be added to the Activity File.
7. To perform any miscellaneous duties as requested by the administrative staff.
8. Carry out duties and responsibilities listed for Program Staff.


Camp Start date: May 28th, 2011
Camp Ending date: Aug 12, 2011
Starting wage is $180, plus shared room and board

For More Information Call: 952-852-0101 or 1-800-450-8376 ask for any Program Team member

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Friendship Ventures
10509 108th Street NW
Annandale, MN 55302
Fax: 952 852 0123         
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