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Best Oregon Special Needs Camps Summer 2018 Directory

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Over 11 Oregon Special Needs Summer Camps Listed Below with In-Depth Camp Info, including: Videos, Photos, Maps & Detailed Descriptions


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Best 2018 Special Needs Summer Camps in Oregon

Many of our Oregon Special Needs Camps are still adding to their info on their 2018 Summer Camps, Programs, Activities & Classes.

You can contact each camp you are interested in to get the latest info on all their 2018 Summer Special Needs Programs for Teens and Kids.

Early-Bird & Multiple Camper Discounts at Oregon Special Needs Camps for Summer 2018

Some of the Best 2018 Special Needs Camps in Oregon offer "Early Bird" and/or Multiple Camper Discounts if you enroll in camp before a certain date, or if you are enrolling more than one camper -- check each camp's listing & website for more info, and for info on any available Special Needs Camp Scholarships and Financial Aid.

Summer Special Needs Camps, Programs, Workshops, & Classes in Oregon are Starting in June, 2018

Many of our Oregon Special Needs Camps offer Summer Special Needs Programs, Activities, Workshops & Classes starting in June, 2018.

Be sure to check the "Year-Round Programs and Other Camp Info" headings of each camp listing for specifics, or give any Special Needs Camp you're interested in a call to check on Summer dates, times and availability.

Summer 2018 Special Needs Camp Open Houses & Reunions

Many of our Special Needs Camps will be hosting Summer Reunions for their previous campers, and Summer Open Houses for interested new campers and families. Each camp is different, and some offer activities for the entire family.

Contact the camp(s) directly to see if there are any Camp Reunion or Open House Plans for June, 2018.

Best Oregon Summer Special Needs Day Camps Starting in June, 2018

Looking for a Great Oregon Special Needs Day Camp? Look at each camp's TYPE OF CAMP description. Many of our Best Oregon Day Special Needs Camps also list their exact hours, and if they offer before and after camp activities.

Best Oregon Year-Round
Special Needs Camps, Classes & Special Needs Programs

Many of our Best Oregon Summer Special Needs Camps also offer Year Round Special Needs Camp Programs, Classes, and Activities. You should contact the camps you are interested in to see if they offer Fall, Winter and/or Spring Special Needs Programs, too.

Best Oregon Summer Special Needs Camp Jobs

Searching for Oregon Special Needs Camp Jobs? Many of our Best Special Needs Camps are now listing their 2018 Summer Camp Jobs, too. Look for the heading "Summer Camp Jobs" in each camp listing. You can also check any camp's website for their "Work at Camp" or "Summer Employment Opportunities" pages.

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Some of the Best Special Needs Camps in the Northwest are here in Oregon.

Camp Millennium
Roseburg, Oregon

Visit Our Camp Millennium Website
5412-677-0600
acs[AT]teleport.com
2876 Diamond Lake Blvd
Roseburg, Oregon 97470

Find the Best Special Needs Camp in Roseburg, Oregon

CAMPER AGES: 5 - 16

TYPE OF CAMP: Overnight/Sleepaway.

CAMPER GENDER(S): Coed Campers.

SPECIAL NEEDS CAMPERS: Camp Millennium is for children from 5-16 years of age who are dealing with a cancer diagnosis.

CAMP INSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITIES OFFERED:
Horses/Equestrian, Swimming, and more. Pediatric Oncology (Cancer Camp)

CAMP LOCATION: Our office is located in Roseburg Oregon the campsite is located 16 miles off I-5 in the beautiful mountains of Douglas County Oregon

CAMP FACILITIES: Camp Millennium is a week filled with fun for kids who spend too much time in hospitals and clinics because of cancer. It is a time to be themselves, and to share in a variety of summer camp activities such as hiking, fishing, archery, swimming, arts and crafts, horseback riding, and many other surprises. The goal of this weeklong adventure is to provide these children with a camping experience, which can be extended into their everyday lives.

CAMP PROGRAM INFO: Camp Millennium is for children from 5-16 years of age who are dealing with a cancer diagnosis. Children from the Pacific Northwest apply each year through physicians, self-referral and support groups. The parents then complete and submit the applications to the camp office for approval. Campers are accepted on a first come first served basis, although spaces are held for newly diagnosed children.

CAMP SESSION DATES & FEES:
The 2015 session runs from June 21st - 28th

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Oregon Special Needs Camps

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Oregon Fierce Spring Break Dance Camp
Portland, Oregon

Visit Our Oregon Fierce Spring Break Dance Camp Website
503-553-9673
503-819-4964

oregonfierceallstarsdanceteam[AT]gmail.com
7688 SW Capitol Hwy
Portland, Oregon 97219

Find the Best Special Needs Camp in Portland, Oregon

CAMPER AGES: 12-18

TYPE OF CAMP: Day Camp. March 21st 9 AM - 4 PM

CAMPER GENDER(S): Coed Campers.

BRIEF CAMP DESCRIPTION: The Oregon Fierce spring break dance camp is an exciting day long camp full of dance for all levels, ages 12-18. You will be learning choreography, participating in activities, and creating bonds. The camp is taught by two professional dance coaches who have been competing all over the nation. Call or email today for information!

SPECIAL NEEDS CAMPERS: Bring tennis shoes and water.

CAMP INSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITIES OFFERED:
Dance, and more.

CAMP LOCATION: We will be hosting the camp at the Multnomah Arts Center in Portland, Oregon. Please visit our website for more information.

CAMP FACILITIES: We have a huge, fully mirrored dance studio awaiting dancers.

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Oregon Fierce Spring Break Dance Camp

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Special Needs Camps in OR
Offer Day & Overnight Options

Some Oregon Special Needs Camps offer BOTH Day and Overnight Camp options. Be sure to check each camp's description under "TYPE OF CAMP" for complete information, and exact hours.

Some Oregon Special Needs Day Camps also offer Extended Camp Hours for Early Camper Drop-Off and Pick Up. If you need these services, you should contact the camp to confirm availability.


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Camp Magruder
Rockaway Beach, Oregon

Visit Our Camp Magruder Website
503-355-2310
17450 Old Pacific Hwy.
Rockaway Beach, Oregon 97136

Find the Best Special Needs Camp in Rockaway Beach, Oregon

CAMPER AGES: 0-99

TYPE OF CAMP: Overnight/Sleepaway. We run overnight week and weekend camp programs.

CAMPER GENDER(S): Coed Campers.

AFFILIATION(S): Christian.

SPECIAL NEEDS CAMPERS: Special Needs campers.

CAMP INSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITIES OFFERED:
Dance, Theater, Music/Band, Fine Arts/Crafts, Basketball, Swimming, Waterfront/Aquatics, Volleyball, Adventure, Wilderness/Nature, and more. Special Needs, Mom & Me, Dad & Me, Grand Camp, Family Camp, Handbells, Needlework

CAMP LOCATION: Camp Magruder is situated along one of the most pristine stretches of ocean and beach in the Pacific Northwest. The camp is located at the end of Old Pacific Highway just south of the small coastal community of Rockaway Beach, Oregon. The camp has been hosting camp & retreat programs for children, youth, adults and families since 1945. Please visit our website for photos and more information.

CAMP FACILITIES: 7 lodges and 8 rustic cabins, freshwater lake for swimming and boating, pristine stretch of beach along the Pacific ocean, outdoor basketball and volleyball courts, horseshoe pit, 6 campfire circles, craft house plus 2 additional outdoor covered craft areas, 3 outdoor chapels, wetlands, sand dune, dining hall, game room, hiking trails, archery range, and 2 low ropes courses. Visit our website for photos and more information on Camp Magruder.

CAMP PROGRAM INFO: Camp Magruder runs several different types of programs throughout the year. We hold 5 different types family camps, 2 grand parent camps, 2 younger elementary aged camps, 3 older elementary aged camps, 3 middle school camps, 3 high school camps, 1 camp for adults with disabilities, a handbell camp for adults, an adult extreme adventure camp, an adult needlework camp. We run youth programs that focus on performing arts, adventure, and traditional camp adventures. More information on these events can be found by visiting our website.

FAMILY CAMP SESSION(S): Family Camp.

CAMP SESSION DATES & FEES:
The bulk of our program camps happen Memorial Day through Labor Day weekends. More information on dates and fees can be found on our website.

SUMMER CAMP JOBS:
During our summer season, we hire a Resource Staff to lead activities for summer campers and retreat guests. We also hire summer counselors for our summer camps and two of our sister camps in Oregon.

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Teen Special Needs Camps in Oregon

Oregon Special Needs Camps for Teens sometimes include lots of individual attention, specific therapies for each camper's special needs, and other therapeutic activities. Teen Special Needs Camps in OR many times also include other traditional summer camp or special interest camp activities, ranging from outdoor adventure, to overnight trips, to music, to sports.

Be sure to speak with each camp you are interested in, so you know exactly what to expect.


Upward Bound Camp for Persons with Special Needs, Inc.
Stayton, Oregon

Visit Our Upward Bound Camp for Persons with Special Needs, Inc. Website
503-897-2447
PO Box C
Stayton, Oregon 97383

Find the Best Special Needs Camp in Stayton, Oregon

CAMP VIDEO LINK:
Watch Our Upward Bound Camp for Persons with Special Needs, Inc. Video

CAMPER AGES: 12-Geriatric

TYPE OF CAMP: Overnight/Sleepaway. Day Camp. Year round day, resident and respite camps.

CAMPER GENDER(S): Coed Campers.

AFFILIATION(S): Christian. We are a non-denominational Christian organization.

BRIEF CAMP DESCRIPTION: Upward Bound provides attendees with the opportunity to participate in a wide range of activities, which are adapted to the needs of each individual and staffed by highly trained and skilled professionals. Camp activities include archery, fishing, hiking, boating, horsemanship, swimming and so much more!

SPECIAL NEEDS CAMPERS: Upward Bound camp has been providing recreational and educational camp experiences for people with special needs since 1978. We offer day and overnight camp experiences with highly skilled and trained staff to accommodate a wide range on needs and interests.

CAMP INSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITIES OFFERED:
Theater, Fine Arts/Crafts, Basketball, Horses/Equestrian, Swimming, Waterfront/Aquatics, Volleyball, Wilderness/Nature, and more.

CAMP LOCATION: Located approximately 45 minutes from Salem on the beautiful Little North Fork River at the foothills of the Cascades.

CAMP FACILITIES: Comfortable sleeping options including bunkhouses and tents. Our outdoor basketball and volleyball courts, covered sandbox, archery range, nature trails, waterfront and covered dinning pavilions offer new environments for fun and relaxation.

CAMP PROGRAM INFO: Upward Bound is an ACA accredited, non-denominational Christian camp. In service since 1978, UBC has received numerous national safety awards. Campers participate in activities of choice: campfire, cookouts, drama, swimming, fishing, boating, archery, hiking, horses, mini-golf, remote control cars, crafts, nature study, Bible study and more. The purpose of Upward Bound Camp is to provide on-going Christian based recreational and educational camp experiences for persons with disabilities, twelve years of age and over in an environment that presents opportunities for growth outside the individual’s usual routine or habitat.

The philosophy of Upward Bound Camp is to sing a S.O.N.G of respect. Respect self, respect others respect nature, and respect God. Upward Bound supports the belief that every person is important, created by God, worthy of love and caring service. Camp gives every person the opportunity to realize and share their gifts and individual special abilities. Adult camp counselors provide guidance and assistance with personal care and activity adaptions. Staff are all certified in Advanced First Aid/Cpr, Waterfront Safety and Archery Instruction and receive 10 days of extensive training after passing a complete background screening and before ever serving with campers. UBC is also an international training center providing education in risk management and emergency intervention for both lay and professional levels.

CAMP SCHOLARSHIPS OR FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE: Limited camperships available.

YEAR-ROUND PROGRAMS: Year round opportunities are available. Fourteen weeks of summer sessions. Holiday camps for people without family members to spend the season with. Leadership camps, respite care and day camp opportunities. Our Mobile Nature Education Museum is available for out of camp groups.

CAMP SESSION DATES & FEES:
Visit our website for more information at: Our Camp Website Link: www.creationcelebration.org
Find us on Facebook at: Our Camp Website Link: www.facebook.com
Or on Twitter at: Our Camp Website Link: www.twitter.com

SUMMER CAMP JOBS:
Interested in serving the special needs population? Upward Bound has a variety of ministry positions available right now! Positions available for programming, maintenance, housekeeping, medical personnel, and kitchen staffing. Call today for more info! 

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Camp Ollin
Newport, Oregon

Visit Our Camp Ollin Website
971-301-2291
camp[AT]deafsense.com
Newport, Oregon 97365

WINTER (OFF-SEASON) OFFICE ADDRESS:
1567 Edgewater St NW #42
Salem, OR 97304

CAMPER AGES: 10-17

TYPE OF CAMP: Overnight/Sleepaway.

CAMPER GENDER(S): Coed Campers.

AFFILIATION(S): American Sign Language, Deaf and Hard of Hearing communities

BRIEF CAMP DESCRIPTION: Camp Ollin is an unique recreational, yet educational youth summer camp. Our STEM+RA=STREAM program enriches campers through hands-on learning experiences. We facilitate a passion for learning in Science, Technology, liteRacy in English and American Sign Language, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics through language immersion in American Sign Language and outdoor educational programs at Oregon coast town of Newport.

SPECIAL NEEDS CAMPERS: Camp Ollin summer camp program is American Sign Language immersion camp to serve American Sign Language learners and deaf and hard of hearing children.

CAMP INSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITIES OFFERED:
Theater, Fine Arts/Crafts, Waterfront/Aquatics, Team Sports, Math, Science, Technology, Academics, Adventure, Wilderness/Nature, and more. American Sign Language Immersion.

CAMP LOCATION: We are located at Newport, Oregon with direct access to beach. Visit our webpage for more information: Our Camp Website Link: deafsense.com

CAMP PROGRAM INFO: Camp Ollin campers will travel to vary attractions related to Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics as well as literRacy and Arts. On top of that Camp Ollin provide beach activities include sports kite, hiking, beach sports, and so many more.

SUMMER CAMP JOBS:
Camp Ollin is hiring! For more information on positions available and details, visit our webpage at Our Camp Website Link: deafsense.com.

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International Special Needs Camps in Oregon

Some of our Oregon Special Needs Camps accept International Campers from all around the world. Some camps could offer special Summer International Programs, scholarships, or other incentives to international campers.

International Campers and Parents: Be sure to contact each Oregon Special Needs Camp you are interested in to see if they accept campers from other Countries, if they hire any international staff, or if they offer any Special Summer Special Needs Programs for International Campers.


B'nai B'rith Camp
Otis, OR

Visit Our B'nai B'rith Camp Website
503-452-3443
mkoplan[AT]bbcamp.org
info[AT]bbcamp.org
Otis, OR 97368

Find the Best Special Needs Camp in Otis, Oregon

WINTER (OFF-SEASON) OFFICE ADDRESS:
9400 SW Beaverton Hillsdale Blvd #147
Beaverton, OR 97005

CAMP VIDEO LINK:
Watch Our B'nai B'rith Camp Video

CAMPER AGES: 4 - 16

TYPE OF CAMP: Overnight/Sleepaway. Day Camp.

CAMPER GENDER(S): Coed Campers.

AFFILIATION(S): Jewish. BBYO
PJ Library
PJ Our Way

BRIEF CAMP DESCRIPTION: B’nai B’rith Camp, a Jewish community camp located on the Oregon coast, serves children and adults of all ages and various denominations. Based in Jewish values and open to everyone since 1921, BB Camp is Welcomea home away from home for many generations of children in the Pacific Northwest (Oregon, Washington and British Columbia) because of its unique camaraderie. We provide safe, nurturing and fun experiences in a welcoming environment that inspires individual growth and enduring Jewish identity.

SPECIAL NEEDS CAMPERS: Our Inclusive Philosophy
BB Camp is proud to be a boundless Kehila (community) of different ages, denominations, backgrounds, languages, and abilities. When you’re part of a community like this — one that accepts, and encourages everyone’s strengths — it’s life changing. Campers and staff learn about themselves, relating to others, form a family of friends they’ll have for life, and of course, have a lot of fun along the way!

CAMP INSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITIES OFFERED:
Dance, Theater, Music/Band, Fine Arts/Crafts, Basketball, Baseball, Soccer, Swimming, Tennis, Waterfront/Aquatics, Team Sports, Adventure, Wilderness/Nature, and more. Hydro-Tubing
Stand Up Board
Climbing Tower
Ropes Course
Zipline

B nai B rith Camp is a Top Special Needs Summer Camp located in Otis Oregon offering many fun and educational Special Needs and other activities, including: Tennis, Wilderness/Nature, Team Sports and more. B nai B rith Camp is a top Special Needs Camp for ages: 4 - 16.
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CAMP LOCATION: Nestled along the shores of Devil's Lake and only a few minutes away from the magnificent Oregon coast, B'nai B'rith Camp is an idyllic place to spend a summer. With temperatures averaging 70 degrees and sunny dry days, our location provides an ideal environment to unplug and enjoy the outdoors.

CAMP FACILITIES: Your camper will be warm and comfortable with their cabin-mates overnight in heated cabins with bathrooms inside. All cabins are within very short proximity to new shower buildings. The cabins sleep approximately 18 campers per cabin, and are divided by gender between the North and South sides of Camp.

CAMP PROGRAM INFO: BB Camp’s youth-centered summer camps and year round programs for all ages build communities and offer exceptional leadership development. We strive to teach the values and ethics of Jewish living by example, experience, and creative expression.

B’nai B’rith Camp has consistently proven to be a great place for youth to learn about themselves, their identity, their environment, and how to relate to others. B’nai B’rith Camp is owned/operated by the B’nai B’rith Mens Camp Association, a JCC-affiliated Camp, licensed by the State of Oregon, and accredited by the American Camp Association (ACA).

Who We Are: B'nai B'rith Camp, a Jewish community camp, serves children and adults of all ages and various denominations. Based in Jewish values and open to everyone since 1921, B.B. Camp is known as a home away from home for many generations of children because of its unique programming and camaraderie. We provide safe, nurturing and fun experiences in a welcoming environment that inspires individual growth and enduring Jewish identity.Our youth centered summer camps and year round programs for all ages build communities and offer exceptional leadership development.

Our goals for campers include: Learning the values and ethics of Jewish living, Increasing self reliance, Developing new skills; helping young people grow in a responsible, mature manner. Creating a democratic group experience within a Jewish atmosphere, Building friendships for life, and Just plain old having fun!

Activities Include: Swimming, hydro-tubing, Judaic enrichment, teva (nature), creative arts, singing, theater, arts & crafts, athletics, Israeli culture, ropes course, canoeing, day trips, water skiing, paddle boarding, overnights under the stars, dance, tennis, Shabbat celebrations, and so much more!

Our Staff: We provide a carefully selected staff based on their ability and love of working with children, as well as their skills in supervision, leadership, and positive role modeling. Our program specialists in Jewish enrichment, creative arts, athletics, Israeli culture, aquatics and outdoor adventure enrich our camp program as they share their enthusiasm and expertise in these areas.

Our professional Leadership Team supervises and assists counselors in providing a wide spectrum of experiences to form a well rounded program. All staff participate in a week long intensive pre-camp training program as the fi nal step in becoming B'nai B'rith Camp Staff.

CAMP LEADERSHIP CIT/LIT PROGRAMS: L.I.T.- Leaders in Training: 10th
Teens acquire leadership skills while learning middot (Jewish values) and performing mizvot (good deeds). Includes a rock climbing trip to Smith Rock.

Session 1: Tzedek Program ( entering 11th & 12th graders)- 3 week program
Campers will embark on a journey of service learning seen through a Jewish lens. Campers will take part in tikkun olam community service projects and social action initiatives, both locally and at Camp. Our learning will range to include projects relating to poverty, education, inclusion, and the environment. Campers will leave the program with leadership skills, volunteer experience, and a deeper understanding of the issues our society faces.

2nd Session: O.J.A. – Outdoor Jewish Adventure: 11th
OJA

Through experiencing Judaism in the wilderness, teens will discover spirituality and the wonder of nature in a Jewish context. Campers will spend their time backpacking, camping, sea kayaking, mountain biking, learning primitive skills, tracking animals, identifying edible plants, and so much more. Locations are currently scheduled to include the Wallowa Mountains area, paragliding, NW Washington Coastal region, the Ape Caves and a summit attempt.

Session 2: Staff in Training (entering 12th graders)- 4 week program
The Staff in Training program, a volunteer opportunity, is a selective program available to those entering 12th grade. Interested candidates must apply and interview for the program. Applications can be requested through Ben Charlton, Camp Director, at bcharlton[AT]bbcamp.org. Spaces are limited. Designed to bridge the gap between camper and staff years, those admitted to the program will learn leadership and counseling skills through experience-based activities, educational workshops, group-oriented discussions, and living and working with a cabin of younger campers.

CAMP SCHOLARSHIPS OR FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE: Grants and Financial Assistance
Incentive Grants (only one grant per session allowed):
B’nai B’rith Men’s Camp Association and the Foundation for Jewish Camping have generously provided Incentive Grants so that as many kids as possible can benefit from a rich Jewish camp experience. These grants are available to all first time Jewish campers regardless of ability to pay. These grants are not need based.

For more information contact Allison Kaufman at akaufman[AT]bbcamp.org or 503-535-3514.

Dor L’Dor Maccabee Session Grant (2nd-5th grade)
Grant: $500 off camp fees!

To qualify:

First time Jewish camper
Entering 2nd-5th grade in the fall
Registered for B’nai B’rith Camp’s Maccabee Session (one-week session)
Cannot be combined with PJ Goes to Camp grant
Click here to register for Camp now – no additional grant application required

Dor L’ Dor Maccabee 2 Grant (3rd-8th grade)
Grant: $700

To qualify:

Jewish Camper
Enrolling in a 12 day or longer session for the first time
Entering 3rd-8th grade in the fall
Registered for B’nai B’rith Camp’s Maccabee 2 Session
After registering for camp, go to One Happy Camper to apply

Dor L’ Dor Session 1 or 2 Grant (3rd-11th grade)
Grant: $1,000

To qualify:

Jewish Camper
Enrolling in a 12 day or longer session for the first time
Entering 3rd-11th grade in the fall
Registered for B’nai B’rith Camp’s Session 1 or 2
Cannot be combined with PJ Goes to Camp Grant
After registering for camp, go to One Happy Camper to apply

PJ Goes To Camp Grant
Grant: $1,000 for a 3 or 4 week session | $700 for a 2 week session

Jewish families who have participated in the PJ Library program including older and younger siblings and children who have “aged out” of the program (alumni)
First time Jewish campers that plan to attend one of BB Camp’s 3-week sessions
Camper must have participated in the PJ Library program in order to qualify for funding for the Summer sessions
Cannot be combined with Dor L’Dor Grant
After registering for Camp, contact pjgtc[AT]hgf.org for information on how to apply

Financing
Thanks to our friends at High Desert Bank, BB Camp can now offer bank direct financing for Camp fees. Contact Allison Kaufman at 503-535-3514 or the bank at (541) 848-4444 for more details. This program is just another way BB Camp is striving to help as many kids as possible have the life changing experience of a summer at BB Camp.

Financial Aid
We try to accommodate all those in need of financial assistance. Please complete the online Camp registration form and submit your deposit for summer camp. The deposit is refundable if the camper is unable to attend Camp for financial reasons. Cancellations must be made in writing to the Camp Office within 14 days of receiving notification. After registration a Financial Aid Application will be emailed to you along with instructions of submission. Please contact Allison Kaufman, Operations Director, at 503-535-3514 with questions.

Campership Donations:
Many families cannot afford full camp fees. Help send a child to camp! Any amount over your camp fees will automatically be applied toward camp scholarships. Todah Rabah – Thank you!!

FAMILY CAMP SESSION(S): We have many activities in Portland, OR during the year and we run a Family Camp weekend seasonally. Please check our website for upcoming events.

YEAR-ROUND PROGRAMS: We run events throughout the years for teens - Our Camp Website Link: bbcamp.org

A Day Camp in Portland - bbcamp.org/portland

BBYO youth - bbcamp.org/bbyo

We also run a women's Camp (ReJewvenation) in September, a young adult camp (Last Day of Camp) in August and Family Camps seasonally. Check our site for updated information about these activities and more!

CAMP SESSION DATES & FEES:
First Session (3 week program for rising 3rd-8th graders)
June 26-July 15
By Dec 31: $2,590 | By March 31, 2018: $2,690 | After March 31, 2018: $2,730

First Session (4 week program for rising 9th & 10th graders)
June 26-July 24
By Dec 31: $3,430 | By March 31, 2018: $3,555 | After March 31, 2018: $3,600

Maccabee 1 Week Program (for rising 2nd-8th graders)
July 17-July 24
By Dec 31: $1,250 |By March 31, 2018: $1,300 | After March 31, 2018: $1,350

Maccabee 2 Week Program(for rising 3rd-8th graders)
July 26-August 8
By Dec 31: $2000 |By March 31, 2018: $2,075 | After March 31, 2018: $2,125

Second Session (3 week program for rising 3rd-8th graders)
July 26-August 14
By Dec 31: $2,590 |By March 31, 2018: $2,690 | After March 31, 2018: $2,730

Second Session (4 week program for rising 9th & 10th graders)
July 17-August 14
By Dec 31: $3,430 |By March 31, 2018: $3,555 | After March 31, 2018: $3,600

Full Summer Program (for rising 3rd-10th graders)
By Dec 31: $5,750 |By March 31, 2018: $6,000 | After March 31, 2018: $6,185

Session Breaks for Campers staying multiple sessions
By March 31, 2018: $265 | After March 31, 2018: $275

11th Grade Programs
Outdoor Jewish Adventure and BBYO Summer Programs
By Dec 31: $3,150 |By March 31, 2018: $3,250 | After March 31, 2018: $3,290

12th Grade Staff In Training Program

SUMMER CAMP JOBS:
For complete summer job info, please visit Our Camp Website Link: bbcamp.org 

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Bnai Brith Camp

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Oregon Special Needs Camps Offer Scholarships & Financial Aid

Some Oregon Special Needs Camps offer Camperships, Scholarships, and other forms of full or partial financial assistance to deserving campers.

Be sure to check each camp's description under "CAMP SCHOLARSHIPS OR FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE" for complete information, including exactly how to apply.


Camp Taloali
Stanton, OR

Visit Our Camp Taloali Website
971-239-8153 voice or text
camp[AT]taloali.org
15934 North Santiam hwy
Stanton, OR 97383

Find the Best Special Needs Camp in Stanton, Oregon

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More than 6 months ago. Contact camp for the latest 2018 camp info.

CAMPER AGES: 6 - 17

TYPE OF CAMP: Overnight/Sleepaway. Day Camp.

SPECIAL NEEDS CAMPERS: Camp for Deaf and Hard of Hearing.

CAMP INSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITIES OFFERED:
Swimming, Waterfront/Aquatics, Academics, Adventure, and more. Sign Language, Scuba.

CAMP LOCATION: Located foothills of Cascades. Surrounded by Santiam river, lots of trees, located an hour and half from Portland airport.

CAMP FACILITIES: 10 cabins, infirmary, pavilion, swimming pool,basketball court, climbing tower, picnic shelter, rec room, low ropes, pavilion, infirmary, swimming pool, 18 hole disc golf, nature trails on 111 acres, river for fishing.

CAMP PROGRAM INFO: ACA accreditation. Emphasis on fun and safety. Sign language, scuba try outs, drama, dance. See website and Facebook.

OTHER CAMP INFO: Online registration is available, see website.

CAMP SESSION DATES & FEES:
4 weeks of camp starting July 28-August 24th.

Campers can come for one week or more. One week of camp is 70 dollars. Additional weeks are 400 dollars each week.

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Camp Tilikum: Center for Retreats and Outdoor Ministries
Newberg, Oregon

Visit Our Camp Tilikum: Center for Retreats and Outdoor Ministries Website
(503) 538-2763 Fax: (503) 538-7536
15321 NE North Valley Road
Newberg, Oregon 97132

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CAMPER AGES: Our summer camp grade range is entering 1st grade thru 12th grade; our retreat center is open to any age group.

TYPE OF CAMP: Overnight/Sleepaway. Day Camp. Year-Round Retreats, Team-Building Experiences on our Challenge Course and Day Groups

CAMPER GENDER(S): Coed Campers.

AFFILIATION(S): Christian.

SPECIAL NEEDS CAMPERS: Camp Tilikum's Illahee Retreat Center is an all-inclusive facility that includes your sleeping room, meeting room and dining room all in one building and on the same floor. We provide your group with a homemade family-style served meals where we can accommodate special medical diets. We have ample staff ready to assist you in having a great retreat or camp experience here at Tilikum.

CAMP INSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITIES OFFERED:
Dance, Theater, Musical Theater, Music/Band, Fine Arts/Crafts, Video/Filmmaking/Photography, Basketball, Football, Baseball, Cheerleading, Weightloss, Soccer, Golf, Gymnastics, Swimming, Tennis, Waterfront/Aquatics, Sailing, Wrestling, Team Sports, Science, Academics, Adventure, Wilderness/Nature, and more.
Camp Tilikum Provides A Great School Field Trip Experience For A Day Or Overnight School/athletic Program As Well As Youth Organization & Church Retreats. Our Outdoor Recreation Includes Swimming, Canoeing, Kayaking, Paddle Boarding, Archery, Big Zipline, Big Swing, Little Zipline, Fishing & Hiking.

CAMP LOCATION: Located less than one hour from either Portland or Salem, Oregon, Camp Tilikum is an ideal location for an overnight retreat, daylong planning session, church outing, Home-School families, Senior Adults, parent/child retreats, high ropes and challenge course/team building, staff meeting or function, specialty multi-day program or conference or other non-profit event. Please visit our website to learn more about where we are, what we provide and how we can become a part of your families camping and retreat experience.

CAMP FACILITIES: Tilikum's Illahee Retreat Center provides hotel-style accommodations for up to 60 guests with comfortable meeting and dining rooms. Our rustic tent campsite, Northridge accommodates up to 56 guests in platform tents with a covered meeting area and amphitheater fire pit. We have a multipurpose building, the Fawver Center, which accommodates up to 125 guests in a variety of ways and includes a single-basketball court, Rock Wall and fire pit.

A Century-old Schoolhouse sits on top the hillside providing a great opportunity for teachers and children to explore and learn together, in an old-school setting. The 15-acre lake with the 93 acres provides groups with many outdoor recreation activities, customizable to meet your needs.

CAMP PROGRAM INFO: Tilikum differentiate ourselves by providing outstanding service, a serene setting and a safe environment. We are member of the American Camp Association and Christian Camp and Conference Association where policies, procedures and standards are implemented to ensure great programming and safety for everyone.

Each Challenge Course facilitator is carefully trained for leadership and safety on the challenge course, providing your group with the highest quality experiential adventure. All facilitators hold a current certification recognized by the Association for Challenge Course Technology. Our Camp Program Director thoroughly interviews and reviews references for each Summer Staff team member. They train altogether onsite for two-weeks to enhance the skills, learn new ones and form a unity amongst themselves which builds the wonderful Day Camp, and Adventure Camp programs that we have had for over 30 years.

CAMP LEADERSHIP CIT/LIT PROGRAMS: Applications are accepted for Summer Staff,year-round. The recruiting process begins in January and hiring is finalized by Spring Break (late March). Contact our Camp Program Director, Mandy Schmidt for further details.

CAMP SCHOLARSHIPS OR FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE: Camp Tilikum's Camper Scholarships are provided by donations from Friends of Tilikum. Camper Scholarships applications can be requested through our Camp Registrar.

FAMILY CAMP SESSION(S): Tilikum Center for Retreats and Outdoor Ministries sponsors 6 family-oriented retreats: Mother & Daughter (May), Father & Son (June,optional 2nd weekend), Single Mom's Family Camp (July), Father & Daughter (August), Mother & Son (August).

Each retreat offers the parents and child(ren) opportunities to enhance relationships through scripture learning, outdoor recreation activities and just being in the presence of one another for a weekend.

YEAR-ROUND PROGRAMS: Camp Tilikum has year-round Retreat Center and conference meeting with hotel-style accommodations for up to 60 guests. Our rustic tent campsite is open June - September and accommodates up to 56 guests with the option to have meals catered or you provide your own. Our challenge course is an excellent teaching tool for many groups.

We customize your program to fit the specific goals and needs of your group, enabling you to get the most out of your experience. Summer camps run June-August for 10 weeks providing an experience in outdoor creation, building community, encountering God and transforming lives of children and adults (grades 1st to 12th).

CAMP SESSION DATES & FEES:
We look forward to introducing ourselves to you further, please visit us at Our Camp Website Link: www.camptilikum.org.

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Big Lake Youth Camp
Sisters, OR

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Camp Office Phone: (503) 850-3562
Business Office Phone: (503) 850-3583
Business Office Fax: (503) 850-3483

office[AT]biglake.org
26435 Big Lake Rd
Sisters, OR 97759

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WINTER (OFF-SEASON) OFFICE ADDRESS:
Big Lake Youth Camp Office
19800 Oatfield Rd.
Gladstone, OR 97027

CAMP VIDEO LINK:
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CAMPER AGES: 7 - 17

TYPE OF CAMP: Overnight/Sleepaway. 7-day residential camp.

CAMPER GENDER(S): Coed Campers.

AFFILIATION(S): Christian.

BRIEF CAMP DESCRIPTION: Building relationships, learning new skills, and having fun in a positive environment has been Big Lake Youth Camp's goal since 1962. Each summer our carefully selected staff lead hundreds of young people on a seven-day journey of adventure. A week at Big Lake provides campers with the environment and the opportunity to gain better self-awareness, set and achieve goals, and have a blast. Our Christ-centered program illustrates that faith in action is fun!

SPECIAL NEEDS CAMPERS: Abba's Child Grief Recovery Camp:
Big Lake offers a camp with support-based counseling for children ages 7 to 17 who have experienced the death of an immediate family member. This loss can be overwhelming for anyone and kids need to know that they are not alone as they deal with new and sometimes scary feelings. Abba’s Child in many ways is a typical summer camp offering a wide variety of supervised activities. From swimming, canoeing, and the “Sea Wolf”, to archery, horseback riding, and sports – there is fun and adventure throughout the day. Two hour support group sessions are scheduled daily for children to interact with peers who are facing similar loss. Art, crafts, music, story telling, writing, and games are designed to assist with the healing process. Afternoons and evenings are spent rotating through an awesome array of camp activities.

CAMP INSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITIES OFFERED:
Theater, Music/Band, Fine Arts/Crafts, Video/Filmmaking/Photography, Basketball, Soccer, Golf, Gymnastics, Horses/Equestrian, Swimming, Waterfront/Aquatics, Sailing, Volleyball, Team Sports, Adventure, Wilderness/Nature, and more.
Archery
BMX Biking
Canoeing
Digital Photography
Horsemanship
Mountain Biking
Rock Climbing
Surfing
Survival Adventure
Volleyball
Wakeboarding
Waterskiing
White Water Rafting
Windsurfing

CAMP LOCATION: Big Lake is located 20 miles from Sisters, Oregon on a beautiful 250-acre lake at the base of Mt. Washington.

CAMP FACILITIES: Big Lake Youth Camp's lakefront property is a pristine and convenient location for activities of all types. Just steps from our Lodge is the lake where campers get to experience aquatic activities such as waterskiing, wakeboarding, swimming, canoeing and much more! An archery range, ball field and horse corral are tucked away among the many fir trees that surround the Camp. Our over 20 rustic A-frame cabins provide a comfortable place to rest after a day of outdoor adventure.

CAMP PROGRAM INFO: REG Camps:
REGular Camps are the core of what we do. Imagine seven action packed days of fun and learning at our main camp on the shores of Big Lake. Days are filled with excitement, challenge, reflection and loads of friends, both new and old. Campers experience the best of what Big Lake has done for over 50 years … creating fun and building kids. REG Campers sign up for a primary activity they focus on each morning, Monday-Friday, and they rotate with their cabin mates through the other activities we offer each afternoon.

RAD Camps:
For those seeking extra moments of awesomeness, RAD Camps go beyond our REG Camp program, offering you both an on and off-site experience. Sign up for a RAD Camp and spend all day doing what you love! With your mornings and afternoons spent conquering your RAD Camp of choice, you are sure to learn some great new skills. Whether it’s on water, wheel, stone, or stallion, you’re in for an intense week of fun! RAD Camps are for teenagers 13-17 years of age.

Adventure Camp:
This REG Camps is designed to introduce younger children into the world of summer camping. Adventure camp offers a slower pace and the week is a little shorter. Adventure campers get a taste of everything Big Lake is about. Instead of selecting one primary activity, your camper will get to try them all!

Abba's Child:
This free week of camp is specifically designed for kids who have experienced the death of an immediate family member in the recent past. Abba’s Child campers get to hang out with other kids who know what they are going through, participate in support-based counseling, and get to experience many of the awesome activities Big Lake offers. Whether you would like to nominate someone to attend, or donate to keep this camp going, we’d love to hear from you. Our goal for Abba's Child is to offer a place where kids can meet others experiencing similar emotions, receive accepting support from professionals, and have a blast at camp.

CAMP LEADERSHIP CIT/LIT PROGRAMS: RAD to Staff:
Big Lake Youth Camp's RAD to Staff program is designed specifically for teens ages 15-17. As a RAD to Staff camper, teens are given special leadership training while experiencing one of our awesome RAD Camp activities alongside fellow campers. Through mentorship with a Big Lake Youth Camp staff member, RAD to Staff campers will develop valuable leadership skills and knowledge. Upon successful completion of the RAD to Staff program, campers will be given a certificate of achievement. If you are interested in working at Big Lake Youth Camp someday, participation in this program is recommended because it helps you see what it takes to work at Big Lake and it allows our staff to get to know you in a unique and important way.

Counselor in Training (CIT):
As a Counselor in Training you will be assigned to assist one of our amazing Big Lake counselors with their cabin of 7-9 year old campers. This camp will give you the incredible opportunity to observe and experience first-hand what is involved in being a camp counselor. The focus of this camp is learning what it takes to be a staff member in charge of supervising campers. We hope as a CIT you will learn skills that can be used throughout your life and enable you to work more effectively with children.

Staff in Training (SIT):
As a SUT you will have the opportunity to observe and try out a number of staff positions including instructor of land activities (examples: art, digital photography, drama, survival adventures), instructor of water activities (examples: swimming, canoeing, waterskiing), office/headquarters staff and maintenance staff. SITs are not able to observe camp counselors. Please sign up for the CIT camp if you would like to experience being a counselor. SIT campers are asked what type of job they are interested in, and they are able to try it out! We hope this camp will help you learn life skills such as organization, work ethic, personability, and effective child communication. Have fun while you work side by side with Big Lake staff as your mentors.

Wrangler in Training (WIT):
Experience the fun of camp while learning what it would be like to work at Big Lake! As a Wrangler in Training you will have the opportunity to shadow and work with Big Lake’s awesome wranglers and beautiful horses. You will be able to assist Big Lake’s wranglers as they teach campers in our horsemanship program. If you are passionate about horses and are interested in working at Big Lake someday, this camp is a great fit for you because it allows our staff to get to know you and your skills! Please note that some basic horse experience is required for this camp.

*NOTE: Participation in the RAD to Staff, CIT, SIT and WIT programs does not guarantee a future position as a Big Lake Staff Member. However, participation is encouraged if you are interested in working at Big Lake Youth Camp because it helps you understand what it is like to work at Camp, it demonstrates your interest in working at Camp and it allows Big Lake's staff to get to know you and observe your skills and work ethic.

CAMP SCHOLARSHIPS OR FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE: Campership Funds:
Kids come first at Big Lake and we believe no child should be turned away due to financial need. Our Campership Fund, made possible through donations, is available to families seeking financial assistance. Those who qualify to receive a Campership Scholarship can attend one of our REG Camps, including Adventure Camp, for a discounted price. Funds are limited, so please apply early.

FAMILY CAMP SESSION(S): Family Camp
Family Camp is a great and affordable way to enjoy nature, experience outdoor activities, and reconnect with your family. Get the total camp experience without the stress of organizing activities or cooking meals. Stay in one of our A-frame cabins and enjoy awesome activities on our main campus such as waterskiing, canoeing, archery, art, horsemanship and more at this 5-day camp.

YEAR-ROUND PROGRAMS: Big Lake Youth Camp rents to the public mid-September to mid-November and mid-December through the first weekend in April. We do not rent to the public April-August as we run our own summer camp program. Please visit our rentals page at Our Camp Website Link: biglake.org and send us an email if you have questions.

OTHER CAMP INFO: Building relationships, learning new skills, and having fun in a positive environment has been Big Lake's goal since 1962. Each summer our carefully selected staff lead hundreds of young people on a seven-day journey of adventure. A week at Big Lake provides campers with the environment and the opportunity to gain better self-awareness, set and achieve goals, and have a blast. Our Christ-centered program illustrates that faith in action is fun!

Big Lake Youth Camp operates under a special use permit with the Willamette National Forest and is an equal opportunity outdoor recreation service provider. Big Lake Youth Camp strives to operate in a professional way and is held accountable in this goal through its membership in the Association of Adventist Camp Professionals (AACP), Christian Camp & Conference Association (CCCA), and its accreditation by the American Camping Association (ACA).

CAMP SESSION DATES & FEES:
For session dates and fees please visit our website: Our Camp Website Link: www.biglake.org

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Camp Meadowood Springs
Weston, Oregon

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Office 541-276-2752
Camp 541-566-2191

property[AT]meadowoodsprings.org
44650 Meadowood Rd.
PO Box 1025 Pendleton, OR 97801
Weston, Oregon 97886

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WINTER (OFF-SEASON) OFFICE ADDRESS:
122 SE Court
Pendleton, OR 97801

CAMPER AGES: 6-16

TYPE OF CAMP: Overnight/Sleepaway. Day Camp.

CAMPER GENDER(S): Coed Campers.

AFFILIATION(S): Elks and Lion Organizations

BRIEF CAMP DESCRIPTION: The camp is designed to assist children 6-16 with speech and hearing difficulties. Certified clinicians work with campers on a daily basis (all clinicians are supervised by a Master Clinician). Groups have two counselors and the group size is limited to around 8 campers per group. We also accept children without disabilities but those slots are limited Activities include a heated swimming pool, two zip lines, fishing, hiking, arts & crafts, nature,canoeing, confidence courses, sports and games and much more.

SPECIAL NEEDS CAMPERS: Certified clinicians work with all of the children on a daily basis with their language development through out all the activities. They also conduct individual sessions with each child daily.

CAMP INSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITIES OFFERED:
Basketball, Baseball, Golf, Swimming, Waterfront/Aquatics, Volleyball, Team Sports, and more. Canoeing & Fishing, Too.

CAMP LOCATION: We are located 40 miles north east of Pendleton, OR on 120 acres of wilderness in the Blue Mountains. See our web site for more info.

CAMP FACILITIES: We have 3 main lodges, 34 cabins, 3 shower houses, a swimming pool, a fishing pond, 2 zip lines, a miniature golf course and a meadow for sports activities

CAMP PROGRAM INFO: Mission Statement: To improve the lives of people who have communication difficulties and related disorders by providing services, education, training and research.

Meadowood Springs is a 501(c) (3) nonprofit organization. It started as an idea for four University of Oregon students in 1962 and in 1964 the camp finally opened to serve children 6-16 with special needs.

Campers receive therapy from student clinicians who are gathering clinical hours toward their CCC's or from Speech- Language Assistants. All staff is supervised by a Master Clinician. All other staff is supervised by the Camp Director.

CAMP LEADERSHIP CIT/LIT PROGRAMS: All training is conducted by the Master Clinician and the Camp Director during the five days prior to the start of camp.

CAMP SCHOLARSHIPS OR FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE: Scholarships are available for individuals that qualify. We encourage families to contact their local service organizations.

YEAR-ROUND PROGRAMS: The camp is available as a rental year round (except in July). We have cabins, lodges and RV hook ups for rent. We can accommodated parties for weddings, reunions, schools and church groups. For more information visit our web site at Our Camp Website Link: www.meadowoodsprings.org

CAMP SESSION DATES & FEES:
Session 1:
July 9th - July 16th
Resident Camp $1285.00 July 12th - July 15th Day Camp $535.00

Session 2 July 24th-July 31st 2nd Resident Camp $1285.00 July 26th - July 29th Day Camp $535.00

Financial Assistant is available to those who qualify. Please check out the web site for more information, at: Our Camp Website Link: www.meadowoodsprings.org.

SUMMER CAMP JOBS:
Cabin counselors living with the children. Age requirement is 18 or mature 17 year old.
Jr Counselors  Mature 15+
Cook- Experience working at a camp.
Kitchen Assistants 16+
Speech Therapist- Working toward a CCC

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Computer Kids Club
Online Camp

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302-834-2247
ckcdirector[AT]verizon.net
Delaware
P.O. Box 246
Bear, Delaware

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Southern Chester County, PA
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Northern Maryland, next to the Delaware line

CAMPER AGES: Ages 5-12

TYPE OF CAMP: Day Camp. Online. Summer M-F 8:45 a.m.-12:00 p.m.

CAMPER GENDER(S): Coed Campers.

BRIEF CAMP DESCRIPTION: WEEKLY SUMMER CAMP: June 26-Sept. 1 2017, M-F 8:45-12:00 at local DELAWARE SCHOOLS. Microsoft McCaws, Engineering Eagles, Coding Cardinals, Mac & Math Meerkats, see site for details and locations.

SPECIAL NEEDS CAMPERS: Special Needs are welcome.

CAMP INSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITIES OFFERED:
Video/Filmmaking/Photography, Computers, Math, Science, Technology, Academics, and more.

CAMP LOCATION: All summer camps will be held in New Castle County schools

CAMP FACILITIES: The camps will be held in New Castle County schools in their computer lab.

YEAR-ROUND PROGRAMS: Individual Tutoring By appointment. Perfect for Homeschool students. This enrichment program in technology will help your student in Math, Reading, Grammar, Typing, and the Microsoft and MAC programs. Ages 5-12. Schools-Schedule a FREE 1 hour trial session for the before/after school program.

CAMP SESSION DATES & FEES:
Summer Camps will be held M-F from 8:45 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. at local Delaware Schools. The FEE is $165.00 per week.

SUMMER CAMP JOBS:
Seeking Part-time, flexible, technology teachers to follow program curriculum working with up to 20 students in a computer lab.

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Cascade Pacific Council
2145 SW Naito Parkway
Portland, Oregon 97201
503.225.5759
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Crater Lake Council
3039 Hanley Road
Central Point, OR 97502
(541) 664-1444
(800) 888-1273

Klamath Falls Service Center
1819 Manzanita Street
Klamath Falls, OR 97601
(541) 882-4611

Bend Service Center
Powers Professional Building
61383 South Hwy 97 Suite F
Bend, OR 97702
(541) 382-4647

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1007 Wood Street
Eureka, CA 95501
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YMCA CAMP COLLINS
http://ymcacw.org/
3001 SE Oxbow Parkway
Gresham, OR 97080
503.663.5813
campcollins@ymcacw.org

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