The success of the FSU Summer Day Camp relies heavily on the assistance of the Counselor and Junior Counselor positions. These positions will work closely with the campers and the Falcon Center administration staff to ensure a fun, safe, and successful camp.
FSU Counselors can range from undergraduate students, graduate students or local area teachers who offer child care skills. The Counselors act as a positive role model and lead, and participate in, all the daily recreational activities.
All counselors must be 18 years old by the first day of camp. All counselors must provide all the appropriate paper work and will undergo a criminal background screening prior to hiring.
To apply for the counselor position, please visit our online job site by CLICKING HERE.
If the Counselor position is not in the site, the job has not been posted yet.
Junior Counselors will work closely with and under the direct supervision of the administrative staff and counselors. By becoming a Junior Counselor and working with our counselors and staff, you will learn a vast array of skills ranging from instruction, child care, and leadership.
Junior Counselors must be at least 13 years old by the first day of camp. Junior Counselors can range from local area school students looking to gain child experience or community service hours for the state of West Virginia. Specific duties can include assisting counselors with supervising and teaching recreational activities, preparing daily activities, and assisting with specific administration duties.
JUNIOR COUNSELOR APPLICATIONS
To be considered for the Junior Counselor position, please have all documents submitted by May 1st.
If you wish to apply for a counselor position, please contact: