Camp Unbeatables

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Community service for teens is often a requirement for graduating high school and it's a great way for students to build their resumes and skill sets. More important, volunteer work for high school students can be a life-changing experience, one that allows teens to expand their horizons and foster meaningful relationships.

Here at Camp Unbeatables we take it one step further by offering our volunteers Executive Life Training. This program is designed to help guide and train volunteers to be better leaders in their schools and communities as well as in their next step of life. 

The Executive Life Training Program has 8 areas of work:

1) Fitness and Nutrition
2) Planning and Organization
3) Leadership skills
4) Focus and concentration
5) Effective relationships
6) Stress, anxiety and worry reduction
7) Positive Self-image and confidence
8) Antibullying and social aggression strategies

These eight areas are covered while the camp is running. Volunteers will receive a Certificate of Completion from our program for the areas that they accomplished during camp, which will enrich their resumes and academic profiles.


  • High School Student age 15 or older
  • Exhibits good leadership skills and moral integrity
  • Is able to work well with children in a fast paced environment

Personal Info

All applicants are subject to a background check

Contact Info



Employment history

including 3 (non-family) references


Please list any certifications: CPR, First Aid, Lifeguard, Athletic Coach, other.


7:30am - 6:00pm
8:30am - 4:30pm
6 - 8 years
9 - 12 years

If you answer yes to any of the following questions, you will be asked to provide an original/certified copy of the disposition(s) for the charge(s).


Have you ever been convicted of a felony or a first degree misdemeanor? *


Have you ever pled no contest or pled guilty to a crime which is a felony or a first degree misdemeanor? *


Have you ever had the adjudication of guilt withheld for a crime which is a felony or a first degree misdemeanor? *


I understand that: *

a) Camp Unbeatables may deny employment to any person who answers yes to any of the criminal charges questions listed above. If hired, and the employer later discovers circumstances that would indicate a yes answer to any of the above questions, employment may be terminated immediately. b) The information provided on this form is subject to verification which may incur a criminal history check and request from any Central Registry of child abusers. c) Camp Unbeatables may terminate employment or volunteer services of any person if that person is found, regardless of when discovered to: 1) Have a history of complaints of abuse of a minor. 2) Have resigned been terminated or been asked to resign from a position whether paid or unpaid, due to complaint (s) of sexual abuse of a minor and/or 3) Have falsified or omitted information in this disclosure statement. d) This disclosure statement must be updated yearly.