Roles

Campers​

Girls who are going into 1st - 6th grade (or older if they desire)

 

Come to camp, sing songs, actively participate in camp, learn, and most of all have fun!!

Youth Staff

Youth Staff positions fill up fast.  Preference is given to girls who have attended Two Rivers Day Camp previously then in order of registration forms received and training sign-up.

 

Caddie Assistants

Girls entering 7th through 9th grade (or older if this is your first time at Two Rivers Day Camp as a Youth Staff)

 

Be part of a youth leadership team in charge of a unit of campers.  Assist with running daily activities in day camp.  Lead songs or games as part of a group of Caddies and Assistants.  Help with daily circle activities, assist with time keeping, materials and supplies, help campers be engaged and involved.  May work with small groups of campers on tasks or skills.

 

Must have completed Program Aide PLUS or Program Aide EXTRA Training (previously Program Aide Training and Junior Caddie Training. This could have been taken as Caddoodles as a 6th grader).  Youth Staff through 12th grade may be assigned as assistants if needed training has not been completed or if you have not been to our day camp before.

Caddie/ Co-Caddie

Girls entering 9th through 10th grades.  Occasionally girls entering 8th or 11th grade also serve in this role.

 

Must have completed Program Aide PLUS or Program Aide EXTRA Training (previously Program Aide & Junior Caddie Training),  Caddie Training, & Senior Caddie Training.  (Program Aide PLUS & Caddie Training/Program Aide, Junior Caddie & Caddie Training could have been taken as Caddoodles as a 7th or 8th grader).  Must have shown growth in teamwork and demonstrated leadership skills, usually must have attended Two Rivers Day Camp as a camper or Caddie Assistant.

Guides

Girls entering 11th through the end of the 12th grade. If we have a shortage of Caddies/Co-Caddies, older girls may be assigned as Caddies instead of Guides.

Serve as part of overall Day Camp leadership.  Liaison with specific units.  Provides assistance or support as requested or directed by adult leadership.  Assists with training and coaching for Caddies, Co-Caddies and Assistants.  Teach Campers the Flag Ceremony.  In charge of daily camp opening and closing activities.  Also taking pictures, running supplies, organizing activities, and generally being useful and supportive of the Day Camp routine.

Must have completed all the training necessary to become a Caddie/ Co-Caddie. 

Adults

 

Age 18+ as of the beginning of this Girl Scout Year (October 1, 2020).​

Must be a registered Girl Scouts Volunteer and have completed the free GSUSA online background check.

 

Adults support the girl leadership in the units.  They assist the Caddies, Co-Caddies and Assistants with tasks such as time-keeping, helping with crafts and activities.  They also are in charge of the girls (with the lifeguards) while at the lake or during an emergency situation.  Adults are necessary to maintain the adult-to-girl ratio set by Girl Scouts for safety.  There will always be at least 2  unrelated adults in each unit.
 

Staff and Committee 

Staff

The adults who are "in charge" during the day camp.  These include the Director(s), the adults in charge downstairs, the Youth Staff Coordinator, the Adult Liaison, the First Aider, the Runners, the adult in charge of sibling care, and the adult committee members who are at camp.  They are available for questions and help if you need it during camp.  They are identifiable during camp by their shirts that say "STAFF" on the back.

Committee Members

The adults and girls who have served on the committee in planning and implementing Two Rivers Day Camp.

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