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2012 4-H Camp Teen Counselor Application

2012 4-H Camp Teen Counselor Application

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Name ___________________________________ 
Date Received in ExtensionOffice______________ Mail__________ Person__________ 
Virginia Cooperative Extension
APPLICATION FOR VOLUNTEER4-H CAMP TEEN COUNSELOR
*
This application is due: February 28, 2012
Send to:Bonnie TillotsonAppomattox Co. ExtensionOfficePO Box 488Appomattox, VA 24522Include
 This completed application
Three
references (or have them sent toExtension Office)
A check or money order for the $40Deposit or $80 full fee payable toVCE – Appomattox
(financial assistance is available)
Virginia Cooperative Extension programs and employment are open to all, regardless of race, color, national origin, sex,religion, age, disability, political beliefs, sexual orientation, or marital or family status. An equal opportunity/affirmativeaction employer.
 
Issued in furtherance of Cooperative Extension work, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University,Virginia State University, and the U. S. Department of Agriculture cooperating. Mark McCann, Director, VirginiaCooperative Extension, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg; Lorenza W. Lyons, Administrator, 1890 Extension Program, VirginiaState University.
 
* Developed by: Dr. Cathy Sutphin, Extension Specialist, Volunteerism; Michele Adcock, Extension Agent, 4-H YouthDevelopment; Jennifer Mercer, Extension Agent, 4-H Youth Development; Lesley Prillaman, Extension Agent, 4-H YouthDevelopment; Glenda M. Snyder, Extension Agent, 4-H Youth Development, and Jennifer Unroe, Extension Agent, 4-H Youth Development
4-H CAMP TEEN COUNSELORPosition Description
A.Be the leaders in developing a wholesome camp spirit:
Be friendly to everyone.
Learn and use first names.
Set a good example.
Help the campers feel at home.
Encourage campers to participate in all activities, to take care of equipment and 4-H Center property, etc.
Respect the camper’s right to have ideas.
Bring out the hidden talents of campers.
Go over the camp schedule with campers as often as necessary.
Carry out instructions of camp director(s) or program leader.
Preside at meals.-Inform campers of procedures used in meal service and clearingof tables.-Lead and direct table conversation.
Give special attention to-Seeing that no one is left out.-Encouraging good eating habits.-Checking on illnesses or injuries and, if necessary, reportingthem to the 4-H Center nurse/EMT.-Getting campers to various locations on time.-Promoting safety at all times.-Getting quiet after “lights out”.-Encouraging every camper to be considerate of his fellowcampers as well as staff.-Maintaining necessary discipline by helping campers understandthe limits prescribed for group living situations.
Promote the six Pillars of Character…trustworthiness, respect,responsibility, fairness, caring, and citizenship.B.Serve as a class assistant or helper and/or teach a class.C.Assist with a group of campers (sometimes called by another name suchas “pack.)D.Assist with other duties as assigned (ex: pool spotter, program set-up,etc.)E.Help with recreation, evening programs and campfire activities.2
 
F.Help to evaluate camp on the basis of the camp objectives.G.Be responsible to the Camp Director(s) or the person he/she designates.
4-H CAMP TEEN COUNSELORApplication
Name __________________________________________________________________ Address ________________________________________________________________ Age ____ Birth date _______________ Male ___ Female ___ Race: _______________ Parent/Guardians’ Names__________________________________________________ Parent/Guardians’ Day Time Phone Numbers: __________________________________ School Name ____________________________________________________________  Have you served as a Counselor in Training at 4-H Camp? If yes, when andwhere?_______________________________________________________________________ 
4-H Experience (not camping)
Give a brief background of your 4-H experiences, especially leadership roles you have held.
(Do not include camp experiences in this section) _____________________________________________________________________________  _____________________________________________________________________________  _____________________________________________________________________________  _____________________________________________________ 
4-H Camp Experience
(List any overnight camps you have attended. Also list any leadership roles you held at any of thesecamps.)
Name of CampLeadership ExperienceCalendar YearWhat experiences do you have working with and/or providing leadership forchildren age 9 – 13?3

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