2016 Summer Camp Mentorship Jobs

WCCW is looking for candidates for our Summer Camp & Mentorship Program!


Women’s Center for Creative Work (WCCW) is partnering with G.L.O.W. for a summer camp for adolescent and teen girls and we’re looking for workshop facilitators!

Proposals welcome for all types of practices — painting, drawing, collage, performance, comedy, improv, music, writing, etc…
Should be suitable for a group of 15-20 girls (ages 12 – 16).
Workshops will be scheduled during the week of Aug. 1 and Aug. 12 between 1:00p and 5:00pm

To Apply, please send the following to info@wccw.us by June 30th, 2016:
-Resume, with contact information.
-Description of proposed workshop, with schedule of activities over 2 day/4 hours.
-Materials list
-Proposed artist fee for workshop (2 days/4 hours + prep)


This position will start during WCCW + G.L.O.W.’s girl’s summer camp, August 1 – 12th 2016, and continue throughout the 2016/17 school year. Mentors will need to be available for the camp and Friday afternoons during the school year.
The primary task of the mentor is to build community and trust among program participants. Mentors are assigned small groups and work to create community, friendship, emotional safety and trust for the teens participating in the program.
Regular trainings are required as well as some community outreach.

Upon hire – completion of Non Harassment Training, and Mandatory Reporters training; Ability to lead and implement program activities Strong communication skills.

Time Commitment and Pay
During Camp (Aug. 1 – 12, Monday – Friday): 5 – 6 hours per day (includes a pre-camp meeting at 12:30pm and a 30 – 40 min. debrief as needed at the end of each day).
For college graduates pay is $12.75/hour
-During the School Year: 3 – 4 hour commitment per day on Fridays
-Ability to join for summer program as well as 2016 – 2017 school year preferred.

Please email a current resume and short letter to info@wccw.us describing your experience with a mentor or a time in your life when you could have used the support of a mentor.

Questions, contact carriecook@globalgirlsglow.org or info@wccw.us