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Camp Ojibwa

About Camp Ojibwa

2019 Summer Nursing Opportunity at Camp Ojibwa:
Camp Ojibwa (www.campojibwa.com) is a residential, all boys, sports camp located in Eagle River, which is in the heart of the beautiful Northwoods of Wisconsin. As a sports camp, we pride ourselves on our program and facilities that our 200+ campers and staff enjoy. All day, campers are playing football, basketball, soccer, softball, floor hockey and volleyball. On top of the traditional sports, we also offer an incredible zip line, climbing wall, archery, arts and crafts, golf, and have a waterfront that is host to water skiing, tubing, sailing, kayaking, fishing, stand-up paddle boarding, canoeing, swimming and even log rolling. During the summer, all of our facilities will be at your disposal.

This summer, we have an opportunity for a Junior or Senior nursing student to join our Nursing team, to work in our Health Center. Camp Ojibwa is one of the only camps in the Northwoods of Wisconsin that employs two MD’s 24/7, for the entire 8 weeks. The nursing team will assist our MD’s in daily responsibilities that include; administering medications, attending sick call (after every meal and before bedtime), and helping evaluate patients. Nurses will also rotate to provide on-call coverage for our campers and staff.

Employment Dates: 6/11/2019 - 8/7/2019

If you are interested in learning more about this opportunity, please contact Joey Bleiman at 312-520-2323 or joey@campojibwa.com.

We look forward to hearing from you and hope that you will join us this coming summer.

Reviews

Camp Nurse

June 2019 - August 2019 Eagle River, WI
“Camp was so much fun and a great learning experience for anyone wanting to learn more about nursing. It is a camp for boys ages 8-16 years and they participate in a lot of sports! I was able to work under a regular camp physician and they had different physicians visit every week. It is expected that the nurses attend sick call or med pass four times a day and that one of the nurses is on call 24/7 to respond to emergency situations. There is plenty of down time to participate in camp activities, watch sports, do crafts, go on walks, and be independent. It was a great experience and I recommend it to those going into nursing! They provide free food and free housing too!”
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