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If there was no morals or something illegal was happening, I would have to leave.

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Pay them what they are worth. They state they empower girls but the women who are staffed are not living that dream they cast. When you are on food stamps and still struggling when upper management die in those positions, you will not have longevity which keeps troops and volunteers intact. They don’t like working with a new person every 3 months. Cough up the cash for the membership managers.

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Up at about 6:00am to start getting the horses ready. Then during the evenings when you should be wrapping up the horse care they demand you spend time in the camp units to help put to bed the campers, so you are not finished with the entire horse care routine until 11:00pm to midnight.

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There is always change and learning to be flexible was a benefit.

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The interview process is great.

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You either get super great easy to work with or "nightmare co-workers"

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Be honest and polite.

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Horses come in the spring and leave in the fall, so about 6 months of equine care at this camp. about 2 weeks of training, and 8 weeks of overnight campers. (during the rest of the time the horses are used for encampment, birthdays, etc.)

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As a minor you can be a CIT or WIT, but those are considered camp and you have to pay for them. Or you can be an intern, but last I checked they require you to PAY THEM $25 per week. Only once you are 18 (or sometimes 17, but that is illegal with their contracts) will they hire you.

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Its only seasonal.

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