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American Summer Camp Directors want Kiwis!!!!

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American Summer Camp Directors want Kiwis!!!!


American Camp Directors In New Zealand

Camp Counselors USA is looking for hundreds of New Zealanders to teach sports, camping, music, arts & crafts, dance & theatre at an American summer camp.

Last year Camp Counselors USA placed over 10,000 young counselors from over 40 countries at hundreds of camps across the United States. Many of these participants came from New Zealand.

Recruitment for the 2009 season is now in full swing with Information Meetings being held around the country.

Our annual Camp Directors Fairs are being held in Auckland on 31 January, 1.00pm- 4.30pm at the Langham Hotel and Christchurch on 2nd February 2009, 5.00pm - 7.30pm at the Millennium Hotel.

"New Zealanders are by far the most popular counselors, due to their outgoing, innovative, flexible attitudes and outdoor experience" says Gabby Mills, Director of CCUSA New Zealand.

Camp Counselors USA provides its participants with a US visa for work at camp, free accommodation and food for the duration of camp, great airfares, discounts of various travel services and pocket money up to NZ$4,000.


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