Camp Namanu offers a wide array of employment opportunities. From Namanu Day Camp in the City to Resident Camp and Ranch, Namanu offers something to fit nearly everyone’s tastes. Make no mistake, working at a summer camp is hard work, but also offers rewarding benefits as you support a child to form new friendships, experience something for the first time, or learn something profound about themselves or others.
At Namanu, not only will you work with youth in unique settings, you will have a chance to be a part of a caring, energetic, supportive, and dedicated community of staff. We strive to create a culture that encourages creativity and celebrates the unique strengths that each person can contribute.
If you are interested in being a part of Camp Namanu this summer, please take a look at the staff brochure. Positions range from camp counselors to leadership staff to administrative support staff and beyond. The staff brochure contains important information about each of Namanu’s unique camp programs, brief descriptions of all positions, and much more.
Camp Fire is tenaciously committed to Diversity and Cultural Competency. Since our founding in 1910, we have held Inclusivity as a core value. Today, Camp Fire serves thousands of youth each year who span the socio-economic spectrum. Camp Fire youth and families represent over 50 different cultures, speak 30 different languages, and offer a breadth of world-views and perspectives that enrich our programs and communities. To serve our clients effectively and authentically, we commit ourselves to cultivating a learning community among staff, board and volunteers, such that we actively explore, study and discuss issues of culture, racial inequity and power, and cultural understanding. To that same end, we seek a broadly diverse staff (and board of directors) who can share this internal work and learning with us, as well as authentically teach, mentor and support the youth we serve.
Camp Namanu resident and day camps are drug and alcohol free environments. This includes tobacco, alcohol, and drugs* – including marijuana/medical marijuana. As staff we are responsible for the care of others children. In honoring that commitment to our campers and their families, all staff agree to be drug and alcohol free during their employment with Camp Fire Camp Namanu.
*Staff may take non-narcotic prescriptions (prescribed to them) and over the counter vitamins and medications.
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer – Employment decisions are made without regard to race, age, religion, color, gender, gender identification, sexual orientation, national origin, physical or mental disability, marital or veteran status, or any other classification protected by law.
If Namanu sounds like the right place for you, please apply today!
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