Hiring, Preparing, and Training Staff for Your Summer Program

Ideas & Perspectives
Ideas & Perspectives

Volume Number
Volume 39 (2014)
Issue Number
11
Your school’s summer program is now over and you are evaluating the program’s successes and failures as you begin planning for next summer’s sessions. As Summer Program Director, you know the key to a successful summer program, as in any other school curriculum, is its staff. But hiring for the summer program requires a different outlook than hiring for the regular school year. These differences might seem obvious. Creating a relationship with students and teaching for a week is different from having a year to achieve results. If you’re teaching an academic summer program, teaching for 3–4 hours a day for four weeks is different from teaching for 50 minutes a day all year long. The key objective of having fun is not as front and center during the school year as in the summer.
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