Ros Nua Summer Camp Leader/ Leader in Training FAQs
Ros Nua Summer Camp is a unique summer camp for girls in primary school that offers sports, arts, and character building opportunities. In an environment of trust and adventure, Ros Nua provides the personal attention of club leaders and opportunities to build long-lasting friendships.
Ros Nua is looking for girls entering 3rd-6th Year who want to apply as Camp Leaders/ Leaders-in-Training this summer.
Location: Ros Geal University Residence, 19 University Rd, Galway
Dates*: Leader Training June 29-30 Camp: July 1-5 *Please note, the training weekend and camp will be residential for Leaders, and non-residential for Leaders-In-Training.
Leader (age 16+) Responsibilities: Supervise campers. Each Leader will have a 1 Leader-in-Training to assist her. Expected ratio of leader: camper is 1:4 Teach sports, arts/crafts, drama, dance, or music to campers Give a daily virtue talk Mentor Leader-In-Training and campers Strive to be a good example for campers and other leaders in the areas of service and friendship
Leader-In-Training (age 14-15) Responsibilities: Assist Leader with group of campers Assist or teach sports, arts/crafts, drama/dance to campers Strive to be a good example for campers and other leaders in the areas of service and friendship
Leader Traditions Ros Nua Summer Camp will be on from 9.30 am-3.30 pm. Outside these hours, leaders will get to experience a variety of fun and formative activities. These include: movies, mystery dinners, Salthill Prom, elegant dinner, character talks, etc.
Leaders (16+) live in Ros Geal for the duration of the camp. Leaders-In-Training are expected to be at Ros Geal from 9 am- 9 pm. This time is crucial for helping leaders to form friendships with their fellow staff, receive ongoing training to be a capable leader, and enjoy their camp experience.
Important information for Leaders: Leaders must be at least 16 years old. Leaders-In-Training are 14-15. All Leaders and Leaders-In-Traininng will receive a preparation programme from Ros Geal staff who will offer ongoing support, guidance, and supervision throughout Ros Nua.
All interested must submit an application, and each applicant will be interviewed by a staff member of Ros Geal.