Specialists and Counselors in Training (Entering 12th Grade)
Specialists and Counselors in Training (SCTs) engage in a four-week training program to help them develop into great specialists and camp counselors. SCTs are involved in hands-on training by living in cabins with two staff members and campers, participating in unit evening programs and cabin meals, working one period a day with the cabin and one period a day in an activity area. In addition, SCTs have one training period a day and a small group mentoring experience with a member of the administration.
Specialists (High school graduate and older)
Specialists spend the majority of their day in one of our many activity areas around camp. These staff members provide skill-based learning specific to the activity and age group. From swim instructors to ropes-course facilitators to theatre specialists, staff with skills to share and teach our campers fill out the ranks of the specialists. Specialists are also attached to a cabin group and participate fully in the life of the campers.
Counselors (High school graduate and older)
Counselors move through the camp day along with their cabin group and enjoy the same activities as the campers. They provide individualized support to the campers in their care and help those children develop healthy social skills. Our counselors’ enthusiasm for being at camp and knack for creating special moments for their cabin makes camp the memorable experience it is.
Masada Counselors (21 years of age and older preferred)
Masada Counselors help facilitate an important right-of-passage experience for our oldest campers, which includes a two-week trip to Colorado. They support the campers in cooking their own food and maintaining their own teen village. Counselors help the Unit Head in creating all Masada programming.
Unit Heads (21 years of age and older preferred)
Unit Heads supervise our camper units and are part of our senior staff. These positions are filled with college seniors, educators, graduate students and leaders on college campuses around the world. They create age-appropriate programming and support their unit staff in working with the campers. Unit Heads are key problem solvers and camper advocates who make sure campers are learning healthy social skills that will aid them for life.
Area Directors (21 years of age and older preferred)
Area Directors supervise activity areas and are part of our senior staff. These positions are filled with college seniors, educators, graduate students and leaders on college campuses around the world. They create activity-area curriculum and ensure the safe management of their area. Area Directors support area staff in safely leading activities and fulfilling all aspects of their job. Area Directors are responsible for the great skill-teaching that happens at camp.
At Camp Sabra, staff love to work with children and can do that in a variety of areas and capacities. If you think you have what it takes, or would like more information please contact Kim Holtzman Sloan, Assistant Camp Director, at 314-442-3151, for more information or click here to apply.