Morgan's Wonderland Camp

Job Title: Media Team

Date: May 2024 - August 2024

Reports To: Program Director

Position Summary:

Morgan’s Camp is looking for an energetic, outgoing, hard-working marketing intern with a passion for helping individuals with special needs. The person should be a self-starter with strong interests in Photography, Videography, and Social Media.

Under the direction of the Morgan’s Camp Program Director, the Media Team plays a vital role in the success of Morgan's Camp ("MC"). This position will focus on the capturing of high quality media content that creates meaningful and lasting impressions for our campers, guests, staff, and volunteers. Additionally, this position will assist in the facilitation of MC programming areas. As a member of the program team, this role is responsible for ensuring our camp program reflects and furthers the mission and values of Morgan's Camp and Morgan’s enterprises.

Responsibilities:

• Give insight on what works across Social/Digital spaces, as it changes daily.

• Collaborate with the Morgan's marketing team to develop a relevant and fun content calendar that brings value

to our audiences and delivers our brand objectives.

• Document camp, activities, guests, staff, and events through photography and film.

• Provide a phenomenal camp experience for all campers, guests, staff, and volunteers.

• Create and develop social media posts on behalf of MC.

• Maintain photo and video database.

• Lead programming activities for campers, counselors, and volunteers.

• Maintain programming areas.

• Ensure a safe camp environment is maintained at all times.

• Assist in the daily operations of all camp areas including, but not limited to, food service,

housekeeping, luggage handling, and camp store.

• Obtain necessary certifications (provided by MC).

• Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications:

• Must be at least 18 years old

• Must be in college or a recent college graduate

• Must possess high levels of self-motivation

• Ability to work effectively across departments, with members of the management team, volunteers, and

partner camps with confidence and professionalism.

• Willingness and enthusiasm to work as part of a team; maintain a positive attitude even under stress.

• Willingness to work odd hours to maximize time capturing guests experience but still complete all sorting and editing tasks.

• Applicable experience working with special needs population

• Knowledge of marketing strategies

• Strong verbal and written communication skills

• Proficiency with word processing, spreadsheet, and presentation software in Adobe, Microsoft, Canva

and Google Docs.

• Ability to quickly learn and process information

• Organization and time management skills

Working Conditions:

Physical Requirements

o Frequent sitting, standing, walking, bending, and twisting upper body for long periods of time.

o Much physical effort required on a routine basis: the ability to lift up to 40 pounds is required. Will

be occasionally required to climb, balance, stoop, kneel, or crouch.

o Frequent and at times, a high level of walking is required.


Environmental Demands

o The work environment is an outdoor camp environment with continuous outdoor activity

and exposure to weather.

o The ability to move quickly across campus on uneven terrain.


Additional information

o High potential of late or abnormal work hours.

o The continuous requirement for professional demeanor and appropriate camp staff attire at all

times.

o On site housing provided.