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.
2023 CAMP COUNSELORS NEEDED- APPLY BY JUNE 1, 2023
Individuals ages 18+ 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.
- At least 18 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
- 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
- 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
- Perverse behavior