We are currently looking to hire Lead Counselors, Assistant Counselors, Swim Staff, and more for summer 2023. All camp staff are required to provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination.
Each year, Beauvoir carefully selects Lead Counselors and Assistant Counselors from a pool of interested candidates. Lead Counselors are college graduates, and often teachers from Beauvoir and other local elementary schools, with training in early childhood education. Assistant Counselors must have a highschool diploma or equivalent and have an interest or experience in working with young children.
Successful candidates must pass a criminal background check and an FBI fingerprinting and submit a completed health form in accordance with District of Columbia law.
Our Swim Staff provides a safe, developmentally appropriate environment for our campers. Swim staff must have experience on a swim team or teaching swim lessons to children. They are familiar with Red Cross swim levels and water safety practice. The Swim Staff is able to adapt their teaching approaches to the age, experience and ability of participants, so they can meet course objectives while having fun. Each member of the Swim Staff will need to be CPR/AED and First Aid certified and will go through Water Safety Training.
Candidates must be, at minimum, a rising senior in high school. Successful candidates must also pass a criminal background check and an FBI fingerprinting and submit a completed health form in accordance with District of Columbia law.
More details on After Beauvoir Care are forthcoming. The After Beauvoir Center (ABC) staff offers extended day services to all camp families with pre-registration. The principal goal of ABC is to provide a safe, stimulating and relaxed environment for Beauvoir Summer camp children whose parents regularly require child-care services beyond the camp day. The work hours are 2:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.
Qualifications and Requirements:
Extended Care Duties:
Candidates should be at minimum a rising senior in high school. Successful candidates must pass a criminal background check, FBI fingerprinting, and submit a completed health form in accordance with District of Columbia law.
Do you love social media? Are you looking for a summer opportunity for potential class credit? Beauvoir Summer is looking for a Social Media Intern to highlight the awesomeness of our camp to the community.
Must be available June 16-July 28, 2023, be punctual and reliable, be able to communicate professionally, and have excellent writing skills. Experience using digital SLR cameras is a plus. Hours are negotiable but must be available daily Monday through Friday during camp hours.
Successful candidates must pass a criminal background check, FBI fingerprinting, and submit a completed health form in accordance with District of Columbia law.
Do you need to fulfill classroom hours for your college education program? Get it done over the summer with us. We welcome interns who will get experience in a variety of grade level classroom settings.
If you are interested in being an unpaid intern at Beauvoir during the summer of 2023, please email a cover letter with your school requirements to Camp Director, Drew Mackay, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Beauvoir, the National Cathedral Elementary School does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, or national or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational, admissions, scholarship, or employment programs.
Want to be part of the crew? If you are interested in working at Beauvoir during the summer of 2023, please email your resume and a cover letter stating why you feel you are a great candidate to Beauvoir Summer (BeauvoirSummer@cathedral.org).