Working at a local summer camp provides a great opportunity to work close to home in a fun environment, with benefits that can include housing, meals, laundry service and access to the facilities.
The Wayne Pike Workforce Alliance hosts live online information and Q & A sessions on March 11 with five Wayne County summer camps, who will be scheduling interviews.
Representatives from Camp Towanda, Trails End Camp, Chestnut Lake Camp, Camp Weequahic and Camp Poyntelle will be available for an afternoon session from 12:00 -1:00 pm and an evening session from 5:30 - 6:30 pm.
Online registration is required and applicants must be able to pass background checks and required clearances based on the position. Not all positions require living on site for the camp season.
Learn more about the camps, the available positions and the job fair at www.WPWorkforce.org