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Finders, Keepers:  Recruiting and Retaining Quality Staff
Step One:  Update Your  Publicity Materials
Step Two:  Contact Your Previous Staff
Step Three:  Seek Out Your  Staffers Who Came  from Other Camps
Step Four:  Contact References on File for New Leads
Step Five:  Recruit the References
Step Six:  Make the  College Connection
Step Seven:  Contact National Service Fraternities
Step Eight:  Contact Volunteer Organizations
Step Nine:  Become Involved in  Youth Pastor Networks
Step Ten:  Hold a  Staff Reunion
Step Eleven:  Go to “the Source” for Specialized Staff
Step Twelve:  Contact Local Churches
Step Thirteen:  Recruit from Groups that  Use Camp in the Off-Season
Step Fourteen:  Sponsor Training Events at Your Site
Step Fifteen:  Offer Your Site to Local Colleges
Step Sixteen:  Offer Leadership Staff as Guest Speakers
Step Seventeen:  Update Your Website to Include a Staff Section
 
 
 
 
 
 
Step Eighteen:  Offer PreSeason Training
Step Nineteen:  Seek Out Gifted and Talented Programs
Step Twenty:  Reach Out to Your Camp’s Contact People
Step Twenty-One:  Interview Your Best Staffers from Last Summer
What made you finally say yes to working at our camp?  What was the deciding factor?
What lesson did you learn at camp that you could apply  to the rest of your life?
What is your single best memory of camp?
Step Twenty-Two:  Design a Junior Staff Experience
 
Step Twenty-Three:  Provide Feedback to Rejected Applicants
Step Twenty-Four:  Offer a  Work-Study Option
Step Twenty-Five:  Offer Training to Day Camp Staffs
Step Twenty-Six:  Create Traditions
 
Step Twenty-Seven:  Invest in Training
Step Twenty-Eight:  Go to Where the Kids Are
Step Twenty-Nine:  Deliver It to Their InBox
Step Thirty:  Find Yourself
 
 
Step Thirty-One:  Keep in Touch
 
 
 
Step Thirty-Two:  Train Them All Year Long
Step Thirty-Three:  Entertain Them
Step Thirty-Four:  Celebrate Them
Step Thirty-Five:  Apprentice Them
Step Thirty-Six:  Begin New Traditions
Step Thirty-Seven:  Ask the Staff
Step Thirty-Eight:  Set High Standards
Step Thirty-Nine:  Get Out of Your Office
Step Forty:  Be the Difference.
Keith Schoch   [email_address] [email_address]
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  1. 1. Finders, Keepers: Recruiting and Retaining Quality Staff
  2. 2. Step One: Update Your Publicity Materials
  3. 3. Step Two: Contact Your Previous Staff
  4. 4. Step Three: Seek Out Your Staffers Who Came from Other Camps
  5. 5. Step Four: Contact References on File for New Leads
  6. 6. Step Five: Recruit the References
  7. 7. Step Six: Make the College Connection
  8. 8. Step Seven: Contact National Service Fraternities
  9. 9. Step Eight: Contact Volunteer Organizations
  10. 10. Step Nine: Become Involved in Youth Pastor Networks
  11. 11. Step Ten: Hold a Staff Reunion
  12. 12. Step Eleven: Go to “the Source” for Specialized Staff
  13. 13. Step Twelve: Contact Local Churches
  14. 14. Step Thirteen: Recruit from Groups that Use Camp in the Off-Season
  15. 15. Step Fourteen: Sponsor Training Events at Your Site
  16. 16. Step Fifteen: Offer Your Site to Local Colleges
  17. 17. Step Sixteen: Offer Leadership Staff as Guest Speakers
  18. 18. Step Seventeen: Update Your Website to Include a Staff Section
  19. 25. Step Eighteen: Offer PreSeason Training
  20. 26. Step Nineteen: Seek Out Gifted and Talented Programs
  21. 27. Step Twenty: Reach Out to Your Camp’s Contact People
  22. 28. Step Twenty-One: Interview Your Best Staffers from Last Summer
  23. 29. What made you finally say yes to working at our camp? What was the deciding factor?
  24. 30. What lesson did you learn at camp that you could apply to the rest of your life?
  25. 31. What is your single best memory of camp?
  26. 32. Step Twenty-Two: Design a Junior Staff Experience
  27. 34. Step Twenty-Three: Provide Feedback to Rejected Applicants
  28. 35. Step Twenty-Four: Offer a Work-Study Option
  29. 36. Step Twenty-Five: Offer Training to Day Camp Staffs
  30. 37. Step Twenty-Six: Create Traditions
  31. 39. Step Twenty-Seven: Invest in Training
  32. 40. Step Twenty-Eight: Go to Where the Kids Are
  33. 41. Step Twenty-Nine: Deliver It to Their InBox
  34. 42. Step Thirty: Find Yourself
  35. 45. Step Thirty-One: Keep in Touch
  36. 49. Step Thirty-Two: Train Them All Year Long
  37. 50. Step Thirty-Three: Entertain Them
  38. 51. Step Thirty-Four: Celebrate Them
  39. 52. Step Thirty-Five: Apprentice Them
  40. 53. Step Thirty-Six: Begin New Traditions
  41. 54. Step Thirty-Seven: Ask the Staff
  42. 55. Step Thirty-Eight: Set High Standards
  43. 56. Step Thirty-Nine: Get Out of Your Office
  44. 57. Step Forty: Be the Difference.
  45. 58. Keith Schoch [email_address] [email_address]

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