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We need energetic and talented staff members to be our KiteMakers, who help us create our community and guide our Flyers on their journeys to reaching new heights. Plus, you will have the opportunity to explore and go on your own journey as well–learning the same important, practical skills as our Flyers and also gaining experience in skills that have professional value:
For our one-week summer program, staff members are at least 19 years of age (entering sophomores in college). Our KiteMakers will bring the learning opportunities to life for our Flyers in fun, creative ways that you will have ownership over. We trust our staff to bring the best version of themselves every day and to make Fly Your Kite an unparalleled experience.
We are looking for applicants who are excited to work with children and to bring their talents to our program.
While our summer program is an informal setting, Fly Your Kite is a professional environment where we expect you to behave professionally, be dedicated to your work, and follow all of our policies.
If you are interested in becoming a KiteMaker on our staff, please fill out the online form.
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A teacher, educator, mother, and businesswoman; Lana has enriched her passion for child development and education. She believes that the outdoors provides the best opportunities to combine fun and learning,and that learning practical life skills are paramount for a child’s success. Every day, Lana and her daughter practice these beliefs and aim to reach new heights, one skill at a time!
Douglas brings more than a decade of experience organizing large professional events, including parents and children events. He and his daughter have been a part of numerous camps from staying in tents to cabins. Douglas is no stranger to running successful events, big and small and is in charge to make the programs not only educational but also fun!
Daniel Shore spent 10 summers working at a large overnight camp in the Midwest as a counselor, unit supervisor, and most recently as the Director of Staff and Leadership Development. At Fly Your Kite Camp, he started off as our Camp Coordinator but was recently promoted to Program Director. Daniel has a Master’s Degree in Workplace Psychology and is currently working on his Ph.D. Combining these two backgrounds, Daniel has developed an expertise in staff development and camp programming that is engaging, meaningful, and fun!
Anne Jovine loves the great outdoors and has many great camp experiences with family and friends. From organizing team-building events at the office to working on the campsite, her attention to detail ensures this camp is running smoothly!