Head Chef Position
Our Community Cares Camp is looking for a Head Chef for a part-time, seasonal position at about 30 hours per week at the kitchen located at Camels Hump Middle School. OCCC is a four day, four-week, half-day camp, reaching children from 5 – 14 years. This person must have a passion for creating and preparing cost-effective, fresh, nutritious meals, with an emphasis on variety for 200+ children.
Our Community Cares Camp is looking for a Culinary Assistant for a part-time, seasonal position at about 25+ hours per week at the kitchen located at Camels Hump Middle School. OCCC is a four day, four-week, half-day camp, reaching children from 5 – 14 years. This person must have a passion for preparing fresh, nutritious meals for 200+ children.
Other Employment Opportunities will be listed on this page as they come up. We encourage everyone on staff to explore content below to gain insight and knowledge. We hope these resources help current and prospective staff build skills in working with the children and youth we serve.
Check out this one hour course on trauma informed connections with young people. It is designed for parents of children in preschool all the way through high school but it’s teachings can be helpful to anyone working with kids. It aims to provide tips to help adults tune in to youth in their life, enhance resilience, and minimize conflict.
Check out “Empowering Educators” – a series of free resources designed to support educators in helping their students engage in effective, courageous conversations about race and social justice. Created in response to educator needs, the Empowering Educators series includes a guidebook, instructional videos, and other pedagogic resources informed by leading anti-bias and antiracism experts: Britt Hawthorne, Tiffany Jewell, Liz Kleinrock, Cornelius Minor, Catherine Wigginton Greene, and Christine Platt.
Check out these resources from Gender Spectrum, an organization that works to create gender sensitive and inclusive environments for all children and teens.