Camp High Hopes

Camp High Hopes | Sioux City, IA

Summer 2015 Openings:
Camp High Hopes, a new camp for children, teens, and adults with disabilities in Sioux City, IA, seeks
service-minded, compassionate summer staff interested in helping to facilitate a safe, fun and fulfilling
summer experience for campers of all ages. Our summer staff helps further the camp’s mission to
provide a safe, fun, and adaptive recreational experience for people with disabilities through daily
interactions with campers in our Day and Sleep-Away (Overnight) Camps. Camp staff act as the primary
caregivers for campers with disabilities by providing needed personal care assistance and activity
adaptation. A summer at Camp High Hopes provides the opportunity for college students and young adults to gain vital job skills and experience, while growing personally and professionally.

Positions include: SleepAway Counselors, Activity Leaders, Lifeguards and Day Camp Counselors Prior experience at camp and in caring for people with disabilities is desired, but not required.
Weekday, weekend, evening, and overnight work is to be expected. Compensation and housing are
dependent on position and experience.
Sleep-Away Counselors: June 12 – August 15, 2015; $300/per week + room & board (live-onsite
Activity Leaders: June 12 – August 15, 2015; $300/per week + room & board (live-onsite position)
Lifeguards: June 12 – August 15, 2015; $300/per week + room & board (live-onsite position)
Day Camp Lead: TBD, $500/week (no housing provided)
Day Camp Counselors: TBD; $275/week (no housing provided)
If you are interested in spending this summer using your enthusiasm and creativity to create an amazing
experience for campers with disabilities, visit for a complete job description and application. For further inquiry, contact Jonathan Mauk, Camp Director, at, or at 712-224-2267 (x102).

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Wisconsin Badger Camp

Wisconsin Badger Camp | Platteville, WI

Wisconsin Badger Camp is currently seeking energetic summer staff who are looking to make a difference and gain rewarding experiences working with people who have disabilities. There is no experience necessary; the perfect staff member is simply someone who is excited to learn and has a passion for helping others.

To learn more:

  • Check out the poster on the Student Success Bulletin Board by the Jay Shop
  • Click here to visit their website

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Grace Children’s Home Summer Internship

If you’re looking to make a difference in the lives of struggling teenagers, then Grace Children’s Home may be a great place for you! We are looking for individuals who are interested in building healthy relationships with youth who are unable to live with their parents on a temporary basis. Grace Children’s Home provides group home care in a distinctly Christian environment for teenagers to learn to live life to their fullest potential.  Contact Becca Page for further information at or (402)-677-1133.

Here is some information that we have regarding the full time position!

Organization Name: Grace Children’s Home

Job Title: Houseparent/Care Worker

Part Time/Full Time: Full-Time

Description: If you’re looking to make a difference in the lives of struggling teenagers, then Grace is the place! We are looking for a caring couple or individual to help care for youth who are unable to live with their parents on a temporary basis. Grace Children’s Home provides a distinctly Christian environment for teenagers to learn to live life to their fullest potential.  The basics are: Responsible to establish and support the daily cottage routines which can become learning experiences for each resident, as well as promote feelings of predictability and security.  Examples would be consistent meal times, study times, household chores, appropriate dress, and other routine, cottage activities.

Qualifications: A college education is preferred. Must have clear background checks on local, state, and national levels. A concern for children and youth who have been abused or neglected in their family background.

Contact Person: Becca Page

Address: PO Box 519; Henderson, NE 68371

Phone Number: 402-723-5725 or 402-677-1133


How to Apply: Please send a email indicating your interest to Becca Page at

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NAIA Summer Internship

Summer Internships | National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics
P/F Time: Full Time
Location: Kansas City, Missouri
Complete Job Description:
The NAIA is looking for up to six motivated and innovative NAIA collegiate student-athletes who desire career experience at the NAIA National Office in Kansas City, Mo. Interns will participate and gain valuable experience in several facets of the NAIA’s work during a paid, eight-week summer internship. Compensation: $1,500 total for eight weeks.
As an intern, you will be involved in the daily work of several departments including but not limited to;
* Champions of Character
* Marketing, Communications and Sports Information
* Championships
* Legislative and Eligibility Services
Candidates must present a professional appearance and demeanor, the ability to multi-task, enjoy a variety of duties, and possess effective oral and written communication skills.
Additional qualifications and requirements:
• NAIA student-athlete
• Completion of junior or senior year
• Good attitude with a willingness to learn, ability to take direction and constructive criticism, and desire to be challenged professionally
Preferred qualifications:
• Classes in marketing, public relations or a related field
• Previous internship or work experience in athletics
The NAIA exists to advance character driven intercollegiate athletics and our passion is leadership development balanced with sports accomplishment. If you want to impact something much bigger than yourself then please proceed.
If you meet the above criteria, please fill out the application here: The top of the page will say “NAIA” Please follow the directions and complete the entire application process, selecting the Summer Internship Program.
Please upload a single PDF of your cover letter and resume.


Communications Internship

The City of Garden City is accepting applications for a Communications Intern to be hired for the summer of 2015. The Intern will assist the Communications Specialist in managing all social media sites and developing multimedia content. The Communications Intern will film and edit video for Garden City’s Channel 8, provide updates to the City website, and contribute to the content and design of printed publications, among other duties.

The ideal candidate will be a third or fourth year undergraduate college student pursuing a career in communications or related field. Bilingual skills preferred. The position requires a high school diploma or GED and a valid Kansas driver’s license.

Salary Range: $9.55 to $15.06 DOQ. Apply at the City Administrative Center, 301 N. 8th Street, Garden City, KS or online Typing and clerical test required. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. EOE

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