Potential cuts to J-1 visa programs could mean no longer using international staff members. That would be a loss to camp. Help us lobby to keep the programs.
An interview with a camp counselor who has held different responsibilities at camp over the years and how it has affected her budding career path.
Being a camp counselor requires more than it might look like from the outside. And can do more for your career than you might know. Read our interview with ‘Ghany Counselor Georgia Wyllie for more.
Summer is over and everything has settled into a regular pattern. I’ve had some time to reflect on my first summer in 13 years that I have not been in charge of our final Banquet. Well, firstly, instead of planning away for the summer as I would have customarily done, last winter and spring were devoted […]
This summer we held another special Vespers that was conducted by the orange members of our Non-Camper Counselor Club (NCCCs). Vespers is a time of reflection and so this group offered reflections on their time at camp so far. The majorty of this year’s NCCCs were brand new to camp. What was so wonderful about the Vespers was how emotional and […]
Program Director Taylor Fellows hopped the pond to visit London, hiring ten new counselors for Summer 2016. Read her story and learn about #GhanyJobsWeek!
In 2014 I made one of the biggest decisions of my young life — to travel across the Atlantic to become a camp counselor in America. And a great decision it was!
It’s another year with a big international staff. Learn how we got here, who we are, and what we’re teaching at Camp Alleghany.
We treasure all our Non-Camper Counselor Club members, international and American, for the unique perspective and enthusiasm they bring to Camp Alleghany.
We always happily anticipate and then welcome with open arms the arrival of any of our international staffers. They add so much to the staff and whole camp!