Job: Bike 101 Summer Camp Counselor – Bike Clark County

Posted by on May 21st, 2019 at 3:26 pm

Job Title

Bike 101 Summer Camp Counselor

Company / Organization

Bike Clark County

Job Description

Bike Clark County is a non-profit organization that creates opportunities for empowerment, education, and social change through bicycles and bicycle repair. As a nonprofit, we run a full-service bike shop and repair bicycles donated from the community, and redistribute them through our charitable programs and affordable bike sales. As a community-focused bike shop, we teach the community how to repair their own bicycles in our shared-use shop space. Our charitable programs seek to make bicycles, and bicycle repair/safety education available to the entire community regardless of income.

Job Duties and Responsibilities
BCC is looking for qualified individuals who are comfortable riding a bike in traffic, can ride 3-10 miles in a day, and have experience working with youth ages 6-9 and 10-14. You will be responsible to assist with the day to day activities for up to 12 +/- students. You will be responsible for helping to teach core bike safety curriculum and need to be able to teach in a collaborative setting.

The camp is a total of five weeks, each camp being 5 days long 8:00am-5:00pm. Besides the curriculum, the camp consists of daily field trips by bike to fun activities such as The Fort Vancouver National Historic Site, the Pearson Air Museum, and the Water Resources Center!

Summer Bike Camp dates:
The dates for this camp is as follows:
Week #1 July 8-12 : Ages 6-9
Week #2 July 15-19 : Ages 6-9
Week #3 July 22-26 : Ages 6-9
Week #4 July 29-Aug 2: Ages 10-14
Week #5 Aug 5-9: Ages 10-14

Qualifications needed to do the job successfully:
Need to be able to ride a bike.
Need to be able to work with children.
Need to be able to assist kids with possible special needs.
Need to be able to pass a background check.

How to Apply

Email cover letter and resume to info@bikeclarkcounty.org

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