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Boy Scouts of America is Hiring for STEM Summer Day Camps
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STEM DayCamps of Southern Arizona is hiring for summer 2015! Do you like to work with 3rd-6th grade girls and boys? Do you like Science, Technology, Engineering or Math? Then we might have just the summer job for you! The Camps run from June1-19 and are held on the University of Arizona Campus

6/1/2015 to 6/19/2015
When: 6/1/2015
Where: 5049 E. Broadway Blvd. Suite 200
Tucson, Arizona 
United States
Contact: Keith Thomas SCV District Executive
520-750-0385 Ext.26

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Health Officer: Required Certifications: American Red Cross Standard First Aid and CPR/AED for Professional Rescuers and Health Care Providers, or equivalents. You must be 18 years or older to apply. Lab Instructor: We are looking for teachers or university students to fill the role of Lab Instructors for our Stem based Summer camp. If you are outgoing, fun, love to teach, and love to work with 3rd to 6th graders please apply. You must be 18 years or older to apply. Lab Leader: You will work with the lab instructors to guide campers through fun, innovative STEM experiments. We are looking for fun, outgoing people who love to work with 3rd to 6th graders in the day to day operation. To apply for this position you must be 16 years or older. Lab Leader in Training: We are also looking for fun energetic people that would like to volunteer for the position of Lab Instructor in Training. This is a great opportunity to learn STEM experiments and develop your talents as a camp counselor. You will assist Lab instructors and Lab leaders during the day to day running of camp. If you are fun and energetic please apply. To apply for this position you must be 14 years or older. For more information, go to: Or send messages to:

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