Make a splash.
Waterfront roles at camp
Lots of our summer camps in China have impressive waterfronts. From kayaking, to lifeguarding, power boat sailing, to water tubing, you could be involved in life on the lake at camp.
IF YOU'RE CONFIDENT IN THE WATER & WANT TO DIVE HEAD FIRST INTO CAMP IN CHINA, GET YOURSELF DOWN TO THE WATERFRONT THIS SUMMER.
What waterfront activities are there?
Paddle into summer by helping with kayaking at camp. From teaching campers basic rowing technique, to creating fun games to play in the water, being involved in kayaking is a great way to spend time on the waterfront.
All waterfronts need responsible lifeguards to ensure the safety of everyone using the lake. At camp, you may have the opportunity to become a trained lifeguard.
- Be alert, focused and reliable
- Enjoy being in the water
- Be a confident swimmer
How do I get involved in waterfront activities at camp?
On your Adventure China profile make sure that you include details of any previous kayaking, lifeguarding or similarly relevant waterfront experience.
Camp directors want people who are confident in the water so emphasise this throughout your application.
Demonstrate your enthusiasm for being at the waterfront & show camp directors that you are patient & dependable.
Your role as a camp trainer involves taking your group of children around camp and leading & assisting their participation in a range of activities.Find out what other activities you may teach at camp