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30+ days ago

High School Site Instructor

Camp Fire Columbia Portland, OR

Essential Functions: ? Direct instruction of high school students in a school setting, including positive youth development, service learning…

30+ days ago

Camp Fire Columbia - Before and After School Staff

Camp Fire Columbia West Linn, OR

Camp Fire Columbiais seeking enthusiastic, experienced K-5 educators with excellent facilitation skills who are interested to work in the field of…

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Camp Fire Columbia President & CEO René Léger
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    Decent job I guess

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    Former Employee - Sun Site Instructor in Portland, OR
    Former Employee - Sun Site Instructor in Portland, OR

    I worked at Camp Fire Columbia part-time (less than a year)


    Decent pay, easy hours, fun activities, good coworkers. It's a fun job where you get to work with kids without having to be a regular teacher. In after school, you can do more fun activities rather than all learning. The kids are great. Recess is fun. It pays better than other part time jobs. My immediate supervisor was great.


    No summer employment and the pay isn't enough to get you through summer. They don't offer full time work to most employees, so you need another job, but then they have mandatory meetings every month. Sometimes the amount of children per class is too high and hard to manage, especially when there are high needs students in the classroom. Food was terrible. Lesson planning was required but highly unnecessary and ineffectual. Classrooms weren't provided so instructors were at the mercy of teachers to allow use of the classrooms, and many teachers don't like to share. In after school, we have no access to school nurse.

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    Stop the mandatory meetings. Give more money to programming and instructors. Provide additional help for high needs students. Make arrangements with schools for assigned classrooms.

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