get a lifetime of experience this summer
Working with children and peers at camp can change your resume! Develop and strengthen vital 21st-century skills like:
- Communications & Listening
- Empathy & Support
- Problem Solving
- Critical Thinking
- Flexibility & Resilience
- Time Management
- Conflict Resolution
Thanks for your interest in working at Eisner Camp next summer! The 2021 Staff Application is coming soon! Check out our positions below.
Leadership Team members run camp day-to-day. With eyes everywhere, they are responsible for the overall health, safety and well-being of everyone in camp. Unit Heads supervise the grade-level units (both campers and staff) and Department Heads supervise the activity areas (overseeing staff and daily instruction).
General Counselors live in bunks with campers and thus have the most direct influence on their campers’ summer experiences. Counselors serve as responsible, mature, Jewish role models and set the tone for the cabin community. In many ways, the cabin group becomes the campers’ family, and great counselors are the key! General counselors are also responsible for creating and implementing programs for evening activities, bunk activities, and other unit-wide events.
Coaches and Instructors supervise the campers’ daily activities in a wide range of areas, from athletics to arts to waterfront to outdoor adventure to Jewish Life and more. Coaches and Instructors offer campers the opportunity to develop new skills, strengthen existing ones, and build positive self-esteem along the way. Our Coaches and Instructors must come to camp with either previous teaching experience or a high level of proficiency in their specialty. Here is a list of our specialty areas:
ATHLETICS: Archery, Baseball & Softball, Basketball, Biking, Flag Football, Group Fitness, Gymnastics, Lacrosse, Modern & Israeli Dance, Soccer, Self-Defense, Street Hockey, Table Tennis,Ultimate Frisbee, Volleyball, Weight Room and Strength Training, Yoga.
ARTS: Arts and Crafts, Ceramics & Pottery, Drawing, Jewelry Making, Jewish Cooking, Makerspace, Modern Dance, Music/Choir/Recording Studio, Painting, Songleading & Guitar, Theater, and Woodworking.
JEWISH LIFE & PROGRAM: Jewish Education, B’nai Mitzvah Tutoring, Israeli Culture, and T’filah Planning.
OUTDOOR ADVENTURE: Hiking and Camping, Ropes Course/Alpine Tower/Climbing Wall, Gardening, and Animal Care.
WATERFRONT: Lifeguarding, Swim Instruction, Canoe/Kayak, and Stand up Paddleboarding.
MEDIA: Blog, Photography, Videography, and Audio/Visual.
Support Staff are responsible for the day-to-day behind-the-scenes operation of camp. These staff members may work in the Kitchen, in the Health Center, as part of the Facilities or Logistics teams, or in the Office.
We are also always looking for adult staff to serve on our Medical Team (RNs or LPNs) and as Drivers (must be over 21 and hold a valid driver’s license).