Very energetic and rewarding employment.
I've now worked there for 3 years, and I will continue to come back.
The experiences and connection that you make with the senior staffs, counselors, and especially campers will further advance you in this field.
You learn all about your co-counselors and the culture of the camp with the assistance of senior staffs. You learn the ropes pretty quick, with the help of returning staffs and senior staffs.
I'd say the hardest part of the job would be the days will feel long, but the session weeks will feel short. It can be physically and mentally draining, but that's camp for you.
The reason why I would encourage you to come to apply to this camp is the community this place has. Everybody knows each other, and the connections you make are long lasting.
Very positive environment, beautiful camp site, no judgement zone.
Long hours, and I hate the mosquitos. Then again, it's a camp.