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Camp Counselors USA and Canada Presentation

Ellison Building, Room A001

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We are Camp Counselors USA (CCUSA), a company offers the chance for university students to spend a summer in America or Canada working at a summer camp.

Each year we send thousands of students to the USA & Canada each summer to have an incredible time and earn money whilst doing it. In our programme, we offer a 9 week placement to work with children aged 6-16 years old in a variety of roles ranging from sport to arts and everything in between. After which they get 30 days after their contract ends to travel all over America or Canada.

This whole experience majorly boosts their CV, employability and is a fantastic life experience that will only benefit them throughout their time at university and afterwards.

 Click here to find out more about CCUSA

If you require communication or access support please contact Careers and Employment to discuss ways of organising this on nucareers@northumbria.ac.uk 

 

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Ellison Building, Room A001


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