Working at The Autism Project
The Autism Project staff are a committed group that values learning and practice, developing self-awareness, purposeful collaboration, and nurturing communities in which individuals with ASD and other communication, regulation, or social-emotional challenges can thrive. We understand behavior as communication and we strive to support individuals in developing skills that enable them to live more meaningful, purposeful lives.
We are hiring staff for our Camp WANNAGOAGAIN!
Group Leader (5)
Provide leadership and supervision of support staff and campers; insure health safety and general wellbeing of campers. Implement and maintain a highly structured safe appropriate fun-filled program
Group Co-Leader (5)
Assist Lead Counselor with supervision of support staff and campers; insure health safety and general wellbeing of campers. Implement and maintain a highly structured safe appropriate fun-filled program.
Camp Counselor 1:1 (15)
Support individual campers to navigate the camp activities across their day. Orientation, training and support provided.
Lifeguards (2) LAKE CERTIFICATION REQUIRED
Under the direction of the Camp Director a lifeguard will uphold the rules and the guidelines of the pool to ensure the safest environment for all members. **TAP is supporting Friends Way's summer camp and needs two (2) lifeguards to work Saturday and Sunday, August 14-15, 8:45 to 4:00 p.m. Please apply if interested. TAP needs guards Monday through Thursday 8:30 to 3:00, and Friday 8:30 to 4:00 Week One and Friday 8:30 to 12:30 Week Two.
Camp Nurse (1)
A TAP camp nurse ensures the health and safety of all on-site campers, team members and visitors; administers basic first aid and medications and responds to emergencies as necessary.
In the meantime, we always value connecting with like-minded individuals. Find us on Facebook, or reach out about possible future opportunities.
"If you see the behavior you want, acknowledge it. If you do not see the behavior you want, teach it."
Dr. Rob March, Effective Educational Practices