Bleedership Institute

In 2019 the chapter proudly introduced the Bleedership Institute--a leadership development program available for community members interested in developing their team building and supervision skills in a camp setting. This year we are excited to expand upon the Bleedership Institute and expand the involvement to more than camp. 

2022 CAMP COUNSELORS NEEDED- APPLY BY MAY 1, 2022

Individuals ages 19+ have the opportunity to attend camp once again – though this time as a leader. The Bleedership Program seeks to further build on the skills taught by Mile High Summer Camp. This will be achieved through offering a variety of leadership opportunities through being an independent co-counselor or counselor. Counselors must possess maturity, flexibility, a strong work ethic, and the ability to have fun! Bleedership Counselors have the chance to supervise campers, facilitate activities, and participate in camp. Serving as a Bleedership Counselor serves as a great resume builder for colleges and further employers.  

The Bleedership Institute is perfect for individuals interested in pursuing non-profit, work with children, or recommendations for internships/college programs. 

Please see additional information and pre-application below. 

Qualifications:

  • At least 19 years of age
  • Ability to independently take care of campers as a co-counselor
  • Ability to observe camper behavior, assess appropriateness, enforce safety regulations/emergency procedures, apply behavior-management techniques
  • Accept supervision and guidance
  • Creatively plan and facilitate assigned activities

Reports To: NHF Program Manager, Hanna Beary

Time Commitment and Requirements: 

  • Training on May 16th at 6:00 PM MTN (REQUIRED! If unable to make this date contact Hanna to see how you can receive the training materials) 
  • Family Camp, May 20 – 22  
  • Teen Leadership Weekend, July 15 – 17  
  • Mile High Summer Camp, July 17 – 21  
  • Submit a W-9 in order to receive stipend 

Benefits:

  • Assist in developing and implementing new programs 
  • Stipend at end of the camp season
  • Assisting younger campers connect and take ownership of their bleeding disorder 

Job Responsibilities:

  • Serve as counselor in the cabin
  • Serve as a leader, supervisor, and role model
  • Fully participate in staff training, staff meetings, and other duties deemed necessary by the Camp Director
  • Help campers have a safe, empowering experience
  • Create and sustain a positive, nurturing, respectful culture for campers and staff
  • Efficiently seek assistance when confronted by a difficult camper, volunteer, or staff scenario
  • Plan, execute and evaluate activities that will enhance the self-esteem and success of each camper
  • Develop and enhance positive interactions between campers and staff
  • Develop goals and expectations with campers, and empower campers to problem solve to achieve these goals
  • Adhere to the policies and procedures of Mile High Camp and Rocky Mountain Village
  •  Instruct campers in emergency procedures (fire, severe weather drills)
  • Address behaviors that may affect the camper experience
    • Bullying
    • Perverse behavior
    • Fighting   
Interested? Submit Your Application Below!

Before you begin this application, please have the following information prepared for upload:

First Name *
Last Name *
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Country
Address Line 1 *
City *
State/Province *
Postal Code *
What is your relationship to Bleeding Disorders?
What is your Bleeding Disorder Diagnosis?
Please select the following camp programs you are able to commit to.
Have you attended Mile High Summer Camp before?
Were you previously a member of Mile High Summer Camp's leadership program?
Please list the Employer name, your position with the company, the years worked, and responsibilities. If attaching a resume, please put "see resume" in the comment section.
Please provide the reference's name, phone number, relationship, and years you have known this person. If including this information on an attached resume, please put "see resume" in the comment section.
Please select the highest level of education completed
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Do you prefer to supervise a particular age group?
Do you hold a certificate in water safety/life guarding?
Have you ever been arrested for a crime?
Are you fully vaccinated against COVID-19?
Vaccination is REQUIRED for Teen Leadership Weekend, July 15 – 17 and Mile High Summer Camp, July 17 – 21. For Family Camp May 20-22 vaccination OR a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours of camp will be accepted.
Please check below to acknowledge that you understand it is a REQUIREMENT to be fully vaccinated to attend the Teen Leadership weekend or the Mile High Summer Camp
Vaccination is REQUIRED for Teen Leadership Weekend, July 15 – 17 and Mile High Summer Camp, July 17 – 21

LIABILITY RELEASE FOR EVENTS

Liability Release. For good and valuable consideration, the receipt and sufficiency of which are hereby acknowledged, I, as parent or legal guardian of the minor participant, a minor (hereinafter “Minor”), hereby grant the permission necessary to allow Minor to participate in this virtual event, competition, training, class and/or camp ("Event") to be conducted by The National Hemophilia Foundation (“NHF”). I, in my own behalf and on behalf of the Minor, further agree to release and to hold harmless NHF, NHF’s corporate sponsors (hereinafter “Sponsors”), the online platform through which the Event is being conducted (hereinafter the "Location"), the affiliates of NHF, and the respective directors, officers, representatives, members, agents and employees of NHF, a non for profit corporation and the respective directors, officers, representatives, members, agents and employees of the preceding parties (hereinafter collectively “Releasees”) from any and all liability, whether caused by the negligence of the Releasees or otherwise for any claim, judgment, loss, liability, cost and expenses (including, without limitations, attorney's fees and costs) arising out of or connected with the Event, including any claim arising out of or connected with any illness or injury (minimal, serious, catastrophic and/or death) that minor may incur or sustain during the Event, all activities associated with the Event and while traveling to and from the location from which the Minor is participating in the Event. I further expressly agree to indemnify and hold harmless Releasees and Releasees' heirs, successors, assigns, executors and administrators against loss from any further claims, demands or actions that may subsequently be brought by Minor or by any other persons on the account of damages of any character resulting to Minor in any way from the foregoing activities. I further agree to reimburse and to make good to Releasees any loss, or costs Releasees may have to pay as a result of any such action, claim, or demand.

I, in my own behalf and on behalf of the Minor, hereby warrant that I have read this Liability Release in its entirety and fully understand its contents. I, in my own behalf and on behalf of the Minor, am aware that this Liability Release releases Releasees from liability and contains an acknowledgment of my voluntary and knowing assumption of the risk of injury or illness. I, in my own behalf and on behalf of the Minor, further acknowledge that nothing in this Liability Release constitutes a guarantee that the Event will occur. I, in my own behalf and on behalf of the Minor, have signed this document voluntarily and of my own free will.

 

APPEARANCE AGREEMENT.

I understand that as a participant in the Event, the Minor may be included in recordings, streaming, videotapes, photographs, DVDs, podcasts, and videocasts taken during the Event. Therefore, without reservation or limitations, I, in my own behalf and on behalf of the Minor, hereby assign, transfer and grant to NHF, its successors, assignees, licensees, sponsors, any television networks, and all other commercial exhibitors the exclusive right to photograph and/or videotape the Minor and to utilize such videotapes and photographs and Minor’s name, face, likeness, voice and appearance as a part of the Event, in advertising and promoting the Event or in advertising and promoting similar future events or in advertising and promotions related to NHF, and for any other use or purpose whatsoever, without reservations and limitations. I further understand that neither NHF nor any third party is under any obligation to exercise any of the foregoing rights, licenses and privileges. I, in my own behalf and on behalf of the Minor, waive any right to inspect or approve materials related thereto.

I have carefully read the above release and agreement and am fully familiar with its contents. I agree that this release and agreement will be governed by Colorado law and is intended to be as broad and inclusive as permitted by the law of Colorado
Information obtained in this application will be used to conduct a background check.
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