Do you remember when your backyard held adventure? With trees that were never too tall to climb, or a night too dark for laying on a carpet of grass searching the heavens for shooting stars?
As children we just knew it was the simple things that gave us joy. At Vista Camps the flow of the Guadalupe River replaces the flow of city traffic, and a blanket of stars replaces city lights. The sounds of crackling campfires and children’s laughter somehow has the power to make us want to experience this simplicity again.
Now… Are you thirsty for adventure? Are you looking for a chance to build relationships and make remarkable memories? Are you ready to lead a group experience?
Vista Camps is seeking a select group of college-age men and women who are looking to make a positive impact in a child’s life. We want counselors who are high energy, creative people who love children and will provide excellent instruction and leadership. If you are ready for an incredibly rewarding and fulfilling job this summer, and you want to help kids venture out and experience new adventures, look no further than Vista Camps.
Contact us directly if you have questions. Give us a call at 830-367-5353 or email us.
Beth Rumbo, Girls Camp Director
Nathan Henry, Boys Camp Director
Here at Rio Vista and Sierra Vista, we pride ourselves on our emphasis on tradition and the enthusiasm of our campers and staff. One of the best manners in which to preserve these vital qualities of our camps is accomplished by recruiting our former campers to work as staff members. We feel that just as much can be gained from the camp experience on the staffing side of things as the camper side. In order to help our former campers maneuver this transition with the greatest amount of ease and success, we offer a 2-week CIT program to those 17 year olds who are interested in making every camper’s experience an unforgettable one.
The members of the CIT program must meet certain requirements and expectations.
With these rules and expectations, we aim to create a positive experience for CITs as they make the transition from campers to counselor. If you are interested in the CIT program and/or have any further questions, please contact Nathan Henry or Beth Rumbo for more information.