Earn your College Credit at Camp
Make a difference in a child’s life while gaining valuable skills and experience for your future profession.If you are studying education, sports or exercise management, coaching, counseling, or nursing, camp provides an unbeatable summer internship opportunity.
How Internships at Summer Camp Work
Summer internships at camp last for two months. During this time, interns will gain over 300 hours of experience working with children.
Summer Interns receive a stipend, travel allowance to and from camp, plus housing and all meals. Interns will be provided time to write reports and receive mentoring throughout the summer.
How to Apply
If earning college credit is a priority for you, first consult with your college’s Career Services office about internship requirements. You may also need to speak with the head of your academic department.
If your college does allow you to earn summer internship credit while working at camp, you’ll need to:
Apply for a job at camp this summer and let the camp know you plan on completing an internship.
Accept the job that is right for you and bring the necessary paperwork to camp.
- Complete the internship and return the paperwork to the appropriate administrator at your school.