Become a Camp Counselor
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Work with Fishers Parks this summer!

Join a team of dynamic Fishers Parks staff this summer by working as one of our Camp Counselors! The purpose of a camp counselor is to provide an exciting and safe environment for youth and preschool campers by leading games, songs, crafts, and other activities. Each counselor will work with other counselors to provide weekly camp activities for a total of ten weeks (Monday through Friday, May 30 through Aug. 4). Experienced candidates, 18 years of age or older, will be considered for Head Counselor positions. Head Counselors act as primary liaisons between parents and camp staff and are responsible for supervising and evaluating counselors to ensure all campers receive quality care. 

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Fishers Parks camp counselors are the best and brightest young adults in the community. All camp counselors must pass a criminal background check and are required to complete 40+ hours of mandatory, paid training, including:

  • CPR  and First Aid certification
  • Mandated reporting training
  • Bullying reporting training
  • Molestation reporting training
  • EpiPen training
  • General behavioral management training

Head counselors undergo an additional vehicular background check.