4-H Extension Camp seeking instructors for '14 season
HUNTINGTON -- Applications are being accepted for 4-H Extension Camp Instructors for the 2014 camping season.
ECIs support WVU Extension program professionals, volunteers and youths in conducting meaningful educational experiences at residential camps, day camps and other educational WVU Extension programs during the summer.
ECIs have the opportunity to make a positive impact on others by sharing their talents and energy with 4-H members, parents and volunteers in counties across the state. They are role models, demonstrating WVU Extension Service policies and values regarding youth development and respect for diversity.
Work locations vary throughout the state, and change weekly. Salary is $425 per week-long assignment; room and board are provided while on assignment.
ECIs must be at least 18 years old; have a high school diploma or GED; have at least one year of college, trade school or military service; have experience working with youths in either a volunteer or paid position; provide transportation to training and work assignments; and pass a criminal background check.
You can find more information about the program and the application materials at http://4-hyd.ext.wvu.edu/camping/campinstructor. You can also contact Julie Tritz, 4-H Extension Agent at the WVU Extension Service Wayne County Office at email@example.com or at 304-272-6839.
Applications postmarked by Jan. 17, 2014, will receive priority. Applications will be accepted until all positions are filled.
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