Wisconsin Badger Camp is offering Summer Internships and Summer Employment! Wisconsin Badger camp is a residential summer camp and is devoted to serving children and adults with developmental disabilities by providing quality outdoor recreational experiences. Their campers range in age from 3 to 93 and have diagnoses like Autism, Cerebral Palsy, Down’s syndrome, Epilepsy, Muscular Dystrophy, Spina Bifida and many other conditions. At Wisconsin Badger Camp you will have the ability to spend the summer outdoors, receive salary plus room and board, enhance your resume, develop new skills, and have an opportunity for an internship and earn college credits! Wisconsin Badger Camp is a great place for either a summer job or an internship and you will find great learning experiences that will shape your life forever!
Wisconsin Badger Camp offers students more than a summer pay check; it offers a summer of experiences, fun, new friendships, growth and memories to last a lifetime! At Wisconsin Badger Camp students will gain valuable life and work skills including, leadership and management, skill- building, training and enrichment opportunities. Regardless of a student's major, a summer working at at Wisconsin Badger Camp will greatly enhance a student's job marketability through the skills they will learn and develop. In addition to all the wonderful skills students will develop at camp; Wisconsin Badger Camp also offers a competitive salary package including room and board for the duration of the summer season and the possibility of internships and college credits! Wisconsin Badger Camp's 2012 summer season begins June 1st and ends August 18th.
Interim Camp Director
Wisconsin Badger Camp, Inc
P.O. Box 723, Platteville, WI 53818
Office: (608) 348-9689
fax: (608) 348-9737
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