-Easy to get along with
-Willing to help wherever I am needed
-Love the outdoors
-Love to connect with new people
-Love to climb
-Love to live healthy
During my time working at Camp Id-Ra-Ha-Je, I was privileged to help counsel usually eight or nine campers each week of about ages eleven to fourteen, with the help of a support counselor. The support counselor and I kept track of the campers night and day by making sure everyone was accounted for at breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Also, I was able to help out with the extra activities of bike riding, how to start a camp-fire, how to make a make-shift shelter, and daily devotionals.
-I do want to mention that I was let go at this job early because I violated certain guidelines that were in place to protect me and the campers I was in charge of. When I first arrived at the camp, each counselor is required to take part in the training program before the campers arrive and there they discuss what is appropriate talk and touch with the campers. A few weeks later, I put myself in a position were I violated the rules of appropriate touch, by kissing a camper on his forehead. The parents called the camp and I was brought into the main office where the leaders of Camp Id-Ra-Ha-Je sat me down and discussed how my behavior was not appropriate, and I was sent home that same day.
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