The face-to-face interview is a chance to make a great impression. Show us and tell us who you are!
- Be on time.
- Look your best. Suit and tie is not required, but definitely look professional.
- Keep your cell phone in your pocket. Turned-off is best, but silent is acceptable.
- Give a firm handshake. (It's important, because it's something we'll also ask you to do when meeting camp parents!)
- Ask questions that aren't answered on the website or video. (This shows us that you've done your homework.)
- If you're an artist, bring a portfolio. If you play a sport, bring some ideas with you about games and drills you can teach our campers. If you're applying for a trip-leader based activity, bring a log of the trips you've been on and or lead.
- Think about and articulate your answers. It's your time to shine!
- Use appropriate language.
- If you get lost, stuck in traffic, or are just plain running late, please call the interviewer and let him know. We understand that "life happens."
- Oh... and please leave your six-week-old puppy at home. It happened. Seriously.