Applications for 2017 are OPEN NOW!
Session 1: June 12th- June 16th
Session 2: July 31st- August 4th
Thank you for your interest in volunteering with Rock n’ Roll Camp for Girls - Salt Lake City (RRCFG_SLC). Summer camp is a one-week day camp. Our campers are girls ages 8-18 and camp will take place at SLC Open Classroom, 134 D St E, Salt Lake City.
We are looking for volunteers who put the best interests of youth and their physical and emotional safety above all else, who understand and believe in our mission and who will show up every day, on time and ready to work. A variety of different volunteer positions are available. Some require musical knowledge, and many do not.
Rock n’ Roll Camp for Girls - Salt Lake City is strongly rooted in valuing female leadership and mentorship. We believe in giving girls as many chances as possible to see all kinds of self-identified women and girls in positions of leadership. For this reason, we prefer to place female-identified mentors in teaching, coaching, and managing positions, but there are several other positions open to all gender identities.
Volunteers that are accepted are required to complete a background check prior to the start of camp.
Please note that preference is given to volunteers in the greater Salt Lake City area. If you are applying from outside of the Salt Lake City area, please consider applying at a girls rock camp closer to you. Visit the Girls Rock Camp Alliance website to find a camp near you, and help us grow the girls rock camp community worldwide!
Orientation & Training
There is a mandatory volunteer orientation and training session on the Sunday before the week of camp starts. Please consider this to be the first day of your volunteer shift. We will talk about what to expect from the week, how to have a fun and safe camp session, teaching strategies, troubleshooting, etc. This is also a time when volunteers get to know each other, start collaborating, and do last minute camp set up.
Rock n’ Roll Camp for Girls - Salt Lake City does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, national and/or ethnic origin, age, citizenship, marital status, sexual orientation, mental or physical ability, or gender identity/expression in the administration of any of its educational programs, admissions policies, financial aid, and other Camp-related policies and programs, as well as volunteer and employment-related policies and activities.