About Being A Counselor
At the FSU Summer Music Camps, we employ day counselors and night counselors. Despite some differences in overall job duties, all of our counselors have a primary responsibility for the care, safety, and well-being of the campers. The ultimate goal of our camp counselors is to keep everyone happy and safe so that all campers have an incredible music camp experience.
While the specific camp counselor roles and responsibilities will vary, all counselor responsibilities will include:
Keeping campers safe
Assisting with daily tasks
Serving as role models
Offering emotional support
Enforcing camp rules and guidelines if they’re being broken
Dealing with any emergencies as they arise
Helping to maintaining camp facilities (classrooms, performance spaces, dorm rooms, and equipment)
Keeping accurate records of attendance and incidents
We expect all of our counselors to display
Positive attitude and energy
Strong communication skills
Great leadership skills
Flexibility and reliability
Ready to Apply?
If you are are ready to join us this summer and provide an outstanding experience to thousands of young musicians, please use the form below to notify us of your interest.
- Deadline to Submit Interest Forms: February 19
- Interest forms will be reviewed by the Camp Director, and select applicants will be asked to move onto an interview round.
- Interviews will be in person, at the FSU College of Music, HMU 236, on Saturday, March 2nd. For applicants who are away from campus on March 2nd due to internships or other conflicts, a zoom interview may be requested.
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