~Head Counselor ~ Assistant Counselor ~ Head Wrangler ~ Assistant Wrangler ~ Climbing Coordinator ~ Arts and Crafts Coordinator ~ Expedition Coordinator ~ Program Coordinator ~ Pathfinding Coordinator ~ Cook ~ Prep Cook ~ Registered Nurse ~Photographer~

Thank you for your interest in working at Colvig Silver Camps. We will begin accepting applications for 2015 this winter. Please peruse the next few pages to learn more about specific employment options by clicking on 'More Information' below. If you think that CSC is the place for you for the summer of 2015, please check back this winter and fill out the online application form here (this link will not work until the 2015 application is activated) or contact us via email (pd@colvigsilvercamps.com) or phone (970.247.2564) for more information. We look forward to hearing from you!

--Tyler Dixon, Assistant Director

Important Dates for 2015 CSC Staff:
Nurse and Wranglers/Expedition Coordinators Arrival Day: TBD
Program Coordinator and Pathfinding Instructor Arrival Day: TBD
Arts and Crafts/Climbing Coordinator and Photographer Arrival Day: TBD

All Staff Training: June 1st - June 10th
First Term: June 11th - July 9th
Mid Summer Break: July 7th - July 11th

Second Term: July 13th - August 10th
Last Staff Day: August 11th

CSC 45th Year Reunion (staff help needed): August 13th - 16th

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Key Attributes of CSC Program Staff:
Creativity: we rely on our program staff to not only lead traditional summer camp activities, but also to arrive at camp with a wealth of activity ideas. Be prepared to brainstorm and plan!
Tirelessness: this is a 24 hour per day job and you will constantly be on the move
Patience: working with children on this type of schedule requires more patience than you can imagine
Flexibility: at camp, things very often don't go as planned - are you able to keep smiling and adjust?
Positive Attitude: rain or shine, tired or energetic, as planned or winging it, keeping a positive attitude is essential
Fun-Loving Spirit: above all, summer camp is about fun - if you're having fun, your campers will be too
Responsibility: you are responsible for the health and well-being of your campers at all times
Sense of Humor: in order to deal with the hectic pace of camp, the ability to laugh at yourself and the world around you is essential

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