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Our secret? Our Staff!

For over 40 years, Camp Gan Israel has taken pride of it’s dedicated and loving staff. Working at Gan Israel is an experience that will give you - our staff members - life-long experience and fond memories.
Summer camp is the place where children can genuinely grow and blossom in an incredible way. We invite you join our team of staff and take part in raising the the next generation of proud and dedicated Jews.

Staff and Positions


Staff and Positions

Staff and Positions


Staff and Positions

Available Staff Positions:
 

Kiddie Camp

Kiddie Camp Director
Required: Previous experience working with preschool age children

Kiddie Camp ‘Morah’ (teacher) 
Required: Previous experience teaching preschool age children  

Assistant ‘Morah’
For teenagers in their mid to upper teens. Precedence will be given to those with some work experience with small children.

Main Division

Head Counselor
Required: Previous summer camp work experience.

Counselor
For teenagers in their upper teens. Precedence will be given to those with some work experience with children.

Director’s Assistant
To work alongside the camp director to ensure the smooth running of the camp schedule. 

Dates & FAQ's


Dates & FAQ's

Dates & FAQ's


Dates & FAQ's

Dates:
June 27 - August 12
No Camp:  July 4

FAQ’s:

What are the camp hours? 
Staff are expected to be at camp at 8:45 am until 3:45 pm (2:15 pm on Friday’s).

Who do I talk to in regard to pay?
All compensation agreements should be discussed with Rabbi Mendel Dubov - Administration Director.

Do I need to work for the entire summer?
We strongly encourage it! If this is not possible, there is an option of working for certain a number of weeks. Precedence will be given to applicants able to work the entire 7 weeks.

What do I wear to camp?
We ask that staff dress in a fun but respectable fashion, in accordance with the Jewish value of Tzniut (modesty).

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