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Being an Aide

Aides are among the most important people at camp. Aides assist adult Leaders with outdoor skills, nature and craft activities, and act as a friend and helper to the younger campers. Everyone counts on all of the aides to generate fun and laughter and to encourage singing throughout the camp.

A Peninsula Girl Scout Day Camp Aide is expected to:

I fully understand that every Aide is an individual with varying degrees of emotional maturity, outdoor program skills and experience. I do not expect an Aide to be an adult or to assume an adult’s responsibility. I do ask that an Aide be ready to assume responsibility under the supervision of an adult.

Types of Aides

There are two distinct yet equally important Aide positions at Camp: The Unit Aide (UA) and the All-Camp Aide (ACA). In addition to the expectations listed above:

Please note:

If you have any questions about being an Aide, please do not hesitate to contact me or one of the camp administrators.

I look forward to seeing you soon!

Your Aide Advisor,

Carol “Dolly” Asborno