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Summer Seasonal Program Coordinator

  • Full time
  • Boscobel, WI
  • This position is compensated at a rate of $850 per week, pre-tax. If this person is also a certified lifeguard, they will receive a $50 weekly lifeguard bonus during weeks worked, pre-tax. Our summer seasonal staff are paid on a bi-weekly basis and are classified as exempt, seasonal employees. USD / Year

Website PEAKinitiative The Kellogg PEAK Initiative

Youth Leadership - Potential, Experience, Access, Knowledge

POSITION SUMMARY: The Program Coordinator provides supervision to ensure programs at camp run smoothly and leads special programs at camp, such as evening activities, theme days, and and other all-camp activities.


With guidance of the Assistant Director of Camp Programs, plan, prepare supplies, and facilitate safe, high quality, engaging all camp activities at camp.
Supervise, support and, in their absence, step in as a substitute for members of the programming team as they provide safe, high quality, engaging activities which meet PEAK Program Quality Standards.
Support in the completion of participation notes and attendance notes for campers.
Cover supervision of cabins and groups of campers as needed to support counselors and program instructors.
You will actively lead, participate in, and assist in the preparation and implementation of camp, including All Camp activities, staff training, bus duty, inventory/clean-up and more. You may be asked to go to Milwaukee on camper arrival days to interact with campers and families and be a bus chaperone. You may also be asked to be a bus chaperone from Lake Valley Camp to Milwaukee and back on camper departure days.
In between sessions (including between orientation/trainings and sessions), Lead Team members will be assigned by Administrators to drive a vehicle back to PEAK in Milwaukee and then bring staff back to Lake Valley Camp after camper drop-off is complete.
As a member of the LVC Leadership Team, you will participate in regular meetings to provide updates and strategize to help our camp community be the best it can be. You will be responsible for some evening/overnight shifts as Supervisor-on-Duty. You may be asked to supervise campers overnight in situations that would mean you would not be staying in your typically living quarters. You will consistently act as a positive role model for our community and your actions and decisions should reflect that expectation.

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