Cherokee Recreation and Parks Agency is hiring for part-time positions work for its “schools out” break camps and special events throughout the year.

People hired for these positions also have the possibility to work seasonal summer camp positions.

Cherokee Recreation and Parks Agency is looking for counselors to work with children 5 to 12 years old for break camps and for their Adventures Express Summer Camps.

The Adventure Express Summer Camps offers parents a choice of three different locations for their children to come and play this summer. These locations will include Cherokee County Recreation Center, Hickory Flat Elementary Gymnasium and Carmel Elementary Gymnasium.

For more information on the Adventure Express Summer Camps, go to https://www.playcherokee.org/186/Adventures-Express-Camp.

To apply online for the Adventures Express camp positions, go to http://playcherokee.org and click the employment tab at the bottom of the main page. Once there, apply under the Adventures Express Camp Counselor position.

For those interested in working with people with special needs, CRPA is also looking for summer camp counselors to work the KAOS camps. Campers age range is from 5 to 22 year old.

KAOS camp is for people with special needs and is held at the Woodstock Elementary gymnasium located at 230 Rope Mill Road.

For KAOS camp positions, apply online at http://playcherokee.org by clicking on the employment tab at the bottom of the main page. Once there, apply under the KAOS Camp Counselor position.

Contact Cherokee Recreation and Parks Agency official Lauren Voss at 770-924-7768 or latvoss@cherokeega.com for more information on positions.

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Ethan is a reporter covering the cities of Holly Springs & Canton. He also covers city governments and lifestyle. He is a graduate of Kennesaw State University.

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