Teach sport specific activities to minors in Hockey, Football, Soccer, Golf, Tennis, Volleyball, Basketball or Softball while chaperoning and instructing camp participants. Must consent to and pass a criminal background check, complete online or classroom Child Protection Training, and complete concussion training before beginning employment. Must also be willing to enforce and follow all state and facility guidelines, rules and implementations concerning Covid protocols and safety.
Required Work Experience:
At least one year work experience chaperoning minors and prior experience in the sport of interest.
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Additional Education/Experiences to be Considered:
Chaperone and instruct camp participants teach sport specific activities
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