Community Service Opportunities For High School Students!
Work at Park Shore this summer and ALSO earn community service hours AFTER CAMP HOURS!
BECOME A PARK SHORE STAFF MEMBER AND EARN COMMUNITY SERVICE hours AFTER CAMP HOURS
Looking for a Summer Job and a way to earn Community Service hours? Park Shore offers a unique opportunity for high school students ages 16+ to work at camp and also participate in community service experiences after camp hours.
WORKING AT PARK SHORE IS A GREAT OPPORTUNITY TO
Build Your Resume
Boost Leadership Skills
Great Packages for Parents
Be Part of an AMAZING Team!
Enthusiastic and caring individuals with the ability to work well with children ages 2-15. Capacity to be a supportive role model with a general background in sports, the arts, and swimming. Upbeat, interactive, and friendly are a must!
College graduates, adults, parents, teachers, and coaches with strong organizational and leadership skills. Ability to lead and motivate a staff of general camp counselors, be attentive to the various needs of assigned children, and be able to communicate freely with parents. Capacity to juggle multiple tasks, be supportive, and be enthusiastic.
Skills and ability to lead specific camp activity areas. Work with our camp directors to create an exciting activity program, able to motivate staff and children. Activities include fine arts, crafts, team sports, ropes course, bungee trampoline, rock wall, remote control cars, ATVs, and much more…
LIFEGUARDS & SWIM INSTRUCTORS
Our Swim Program and teaching our campers to swim and be safe in the water is a top priority at Park Shore. Lifeguards are required to be Lifeguard and CPR certified, but there are also opportunities for those who do not yet have certifications. Park Shore offers Lifeguard Training courses that will help you get your required certification prior to the start of the camp season. Additional responsibilities and pay are available for those lifeguards who are also WSI certified (Water Safety Instructor).
As in any great organization, the people working behind the scenes at camp are vital to the success of the team. In camp, we call these staff members “support staff”. Camp support staff consists of nurses, office staff, web staff, kitchen staff, maintenance workers, and security staff.
Park Shore Country Day Camp
Park Shore Country Day Camp offers a great opportunity for qualified candidates to work with children and have fun in our outdoor recreational program. High School and College students, graduates as well as teachers, and qualified adults will accompany and participate with our campers in a day of athletics, aquatics, and cultural art-related activities. You will follow an organized schedule of activities that will take you and your campers around our beautiful 15-acre wooded facility.
In addition to working with our campers, our staff has the opportunity to participate in our very exciting staff activity schedule during and after the camp day. Activities such as The Park Shore Pageant, Talent Show, Human Tic Tac Toe, Dunk Tank, and many others give our staff a chance to be creative while at the same time entertaining our campers. They also can take advantage of our Staff Barbecues, Staff Softball Team, weekend beach, and fishing trips, and many other activities that are planned during the camp season. It’s a summer filled with fun and excitement!
Click HERE to learn about the Park Shore Staff Referral Program!
Camp Hiring & Training
The Park Shore Staff are the main contributors to the overall success we achieve each summer. Our professional Personnel Director interviews all candidates and if suitable to be on our staff, reference and background checks are performed.
In order for our staff to deliver the best possible experience for all of our campers, ALL of our staff participates in our Traditions Staff Training Program. During our training program, our staff learns about the Park Shore traditions that made us who we are today. Our professional Directors teach their staff about a typical camp day and the importance of safety while at each activity. Similar to the “Disney” concept of the frontline, cast members are the most important, and they receive thorough training for the job they are hired to perform.
Our Extreme Sports, Aquatics, and Athletic Directors give comprehensive training on the rules, regulations, and safety procedures for their activity areas. In addition, the Park Shore Health Director gives a seminar on all the safety protocols for Park Shore including the importance of learning about each camper’s unique medical history. Knowing about specific allergies, diets, and parent concerns all come into play when training for a safe and exciting summer at Park Shore.
Camp & Orientation Dates
2022 Camp Dates
Monday, June 27 – Friday, August 19, 2022
2022 Orientation Dates
Saturday, June 11th: 8am – 1pm (All Staff)
Saturday, June 18th: 8am – 2pm (All Staff)
Monday, June 20th: 6pm – 8pm (Group Leaders/Directors Only)
It is mandatory for all staff to attend our Park Shore Orientation Program.
LONG ISLAND SUMMER DAY CAMP PROVIDING AMAZING CAMP EXPERIENCES FOR OVER 60 YEARS
450 Deer Park Road
Dix Hills, NY 11746
M-F: 10am - 4pm
S-S: 11am - 2pm (February - June)