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Cabin Counselor
Geneva Glen CampDenver, CO
CIT's (Counselor in Training): 10-16 positions. The CIT program is an excellent leadership training opportunity that is vital to our program and future. A CIT will live in a cabin with two counselors, and about ten campers and includes a continuous training experience throughout camp.
Cabin Counselor
Geneva Glen CampIndian Hills, CO
5.0 Geneva Glen Camp – Indian Hills, CO Today. Minimum QualificationsDesire and ability to work with children outdoorsAbility to relate to one's peer groupAbility to accept and give supervision and guidanceAbility to assist in teaching an activityGood character, integrity and adaptabilityEnthusiasm, sense of humor, patience, and self-controlHigh school graduate or equivalent, or at least 18 years of ageCurrent CPR and first-aid preferred 0.

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