Activity Leader in Training Program
Our Dog Days of Summer weekly themed camps are filled with unique and engaging activities for our campers, ages 6-12 years old.
Frolic is excited to offer our teenage dog lovers the opportunity to not only be part of our summer camp, but to also develop their leadership capabilities through our Activity Leader in Training role.
If your child is interested in a summer where they can gain valuable experience for the future, while also socializing with other young dog lovers in a wholesome environment, please complete our online application by Friday, June 14th, 2019. You and your child will be contacted to schedule an in-person interview by Monday, June 17th.
UPDATE: Thank you to everyone who showed interest in our first summer Activity Leader in Training Program. We are no longer accepting applications for this summer, but check back in July for ALT opportunities in the Fall and Winter!
Please visit our Camp Programs page for our Camp Schedule*. The minimum time commitment for an Activity Leader in Training (ALTs) is 1 week of camp (Monday – Friday) from 8:45am – 3:15pm. Our training schedule for ALTs is as follows:
For July ALTs: July 1st, 2nd, or 3rd from 12pm – 3pm.
For August ALTs: August 4th, 5th, 6th, or 7th from 12pm – 3pm.
*Activity Leaders in Training will not be incorporated into our 1st week of camp, June 24-29th.
Please review the following requirements for consideration before applying:
ALT candidate must be between the ages of 13 and 16 years old at the time of application.
Candidate must display enthusiasm for animal care and eagerness to work with children.
Be a team player! It’s an essential quality to working with the Frolic humans and dogs.
Able to carry themselves as role models for Frolic campers by demonstrating adherance to rules and guidelines designed for the safety of our dogs, our children, our staff, and the public.
Must be open to receiving feedback from supervisors, and follow through on notes for success.
Candidates should be creative and solution-oriented.
Candidates should have good moral character: motivated, responsible, flexible, trustworthy. Having a sense of humor, patience, and self-control will also make the experience even more worthwhile!
Learn to identify and meet camper needs. This may involve opportunities for conflict resolution and team building.
Enthusiastically participate in camp activities, including lunchtime.
Maintain the order and neatness of Frolic supplies and spaces.