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Working at Camp Is Your Next Adventure with Chaco

The American Camp Association (ACA) and Chaco are thrilled to announce the upcoming “Work at Camp” event on April 9, 2024, focused on college and university students eager to discover the...

How to Optimize Performance on Job Boards Using Keywords

In this blog, we will share tips for how to create a comprehensive keyword strategy so you can get the most out of your recruitment efforts on job boards.

From Cabin Counselor to Risk Manager and Effective Collaborator: Translating Camp Job Skills to Your Resume

In December, fellow Hoosier camp professional Sam Hirt (Camp Tecumseh YMCA) wrote...

Template Resource Documents for Camp Operations

ACA is committed to providing resources to assist in your camp's operation. These resources include sample schedules, planning forms, charts of accounts, supply lists, and more. These samples...

Unlocking Adventure and Growth: "Work at Camp" Event Hosted by the American Camp Association and Chaco Footwear

Virtual event focused on inspiring college and university students will provide resources for finding opportunities to work at summer camp.

Staff Recruitment & Retention Downloadable Handouts

These free resources help tell the story about the importance of adding summer camp experience to a resume!

A New Kind of Camp Culture

When international staff work at your summer camp, it's important to consider cultural differences such as context, social hierarchies, concepts of personal space, individualism versus collectivism...

Couch to Camp: Help Your Staff Better Prepare for Your Program’s Summer Marathon!

A pre-camp program could help your staff be better prepared for camp once summer starts.

Transforming Outdoor Organizations: A Journey into Human-Centered Hiring and Belonging

Human-centered hiring is includes not only external recruitment but is also deeply connected with internal work, organizational culture, and the pursuit of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI).

Dynamic Interviewing: Making Connections Across the Season

If you’re not referring to your interview questions across the season and turning them into outcomes for your staff, let me tell you why you should.