Rock n' Roll Camp for Girls San Diego
Empowering Girls Through Music
Thank you for your interest in volunteering with Rock n’ Roll Camp for Girls San Diego! Summer camp is a weeklong day camp where girls ages 8-17 use music as a powerful way to communicate and collaborate while being guided by inspirational female mentors.
Volunteer mentor positions involve direct teaching and supervision of campers during camp week. We strive to create a safe environment where girls can interact with strong female role models, therefore, ALL MENTORSHIP POSITIONS ARE OPEN TO FEMALE IDENTIFIED INDIVIDUALS ONLY. Our volunteer mentors are thoughtfully selected and screened through an online application, in-person or phone interview, and will participate in a background check. Camp Volunteers must be 18+.
Please complete this application by Tuesday, May 1st, 2018 and click the submit button at the bottom. We will be in touch soon with next steps.
We look forward to rockin' with you!
Rock n' Roll Camp for Girls San Diego 2018
Summer Camp 2018: July 23rd - July 28th, 2018
Volunteer Mandatory Meeting & Camp Set up: Sunday, July 22nd 5:00pm
Camp hours: Monday - Friday 9:00am - 5:00pm (Volunteers to arrive 30 minutes prior)
Location: A Reason To Survive (ARTS), 200 12th Street, National City
Camp Showcase will be held Saturday, July 28th at House of Blues San Diego, 1055 Fifth Ave, San Diego
12:30pm / Doors 12pm
Show tickets are on sale during camp and at showcase for $10.
Volunteers do not need a ticket.
Quick Summary of Volunteer Opportunities:
- Musical Background/Direct Mentor = Instrument instruction, Band Manager, Band Coach, Workshop Leader or Support Staff
- No Musical Background/Indirect Mentor = Workshop Leader, Support Staff or Band Manager
- Just have a few hours to give? Support Staff are your peeps!
Rock n' Roll Camp for Girls San Diego does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, national and/or ethnic origin, citizenship, marital status, sexual orientation, mental or physical ability, or gender identity/expression in the administration of any of its educational programs, admissions policies, financial aid, and other camp-related policies and programs, as well as volunteer and employment-related policies and activities.