Go Girls! Camp is growing and hiring all positions for our 2014 Summer season. And today is the deadline for getting us your resume. Just in case you aren’t sure if you should apply or not, here is some motivation.
Here are the top 5 reasons you want to work at Go Girls! Camp this summer:
- You are ready to join the Compassion Revolution – You see it too, right? Disengagement, distrust, disconnection in our schools, workplaces, communities. Like us, you believe that we humans have the power and the desire to come together, to care about each other, to work through our conflicts in peaceful and powerful ways. This actually happens at Go Girls! Camp. No exaggeration. Here’s how we do it.
- You want to spend more time with creative, empowered, and positive women and girls – We require that our community of teaching artists possess “Positive Energy,” “A curious and reflective mind,” “Impeccable social/emotional skills,” and “Chutzpah.” And, of course! These are the qualities we are modeling for our girls. You know you want to hang out with people like this. We all do.
- You want to learn more about how to support the social/emotional health of girls (and boys too) through the arts – Go Girls! Camp co-founders, Allison Kenny and Lynn Johnson, have created the Go Girls! methodology based on their 2 decades of experience as theater teaching artists dedicated to personal transformation and community change. They know their stuff and you want to learn it.
- You want to hang out in some of the funnest parts of the Bay Area – San Francisco’s SOMA district. Berkeley’s “Gourmet Ghetto.” Oakland’s Rockridge neighborhood. The heart of downtown Santa Cruz. C’mon…these are fun places to work, right?
- You want to be a Go Girl! yourself – Everybody who works for or has worked for Go Girls! Camp (both women AND men) can talk on and on about how much the skills and messages have affected our lives personally. We have worked on our own courage and confidence in the face of new opportunities. We have battled our own inner perfectionist critics. We have developed stronger boundaries as we navigate the world. We have become Go Girls! ourselves…which is the absolute best part.