Noah F

From a young age, I learned that I have a passion for working with children

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From a young age, I learned that I have a passion for working with children. I feel inspired by them because I get to learn and discover a world, one that I am already familiar with, through their excited eyes. I have had the great privilege to work with children of different ages in social and educational settings. Serving as a camp councillor at Camp BB Riback, I worked with young children, ranging from six to ten years old. It is through this experience that I was able to successfully develop the skills of leading a group of children, while focusing on individuals. As I worked with my campers, I learned that every child is unique and deserves the opportunity to experience a full and enriching summer, tailored to his/ her interests and strengths. I was recognized by my camp director for designing programs that ensured that camp programming was fun, challenging, and accepting of everyones ability and comfort level. I am proud that as a camp councillor I was able to create a loving, welcoming, caring, tolerate, safe, but most importantly, a fun environment for my campers, which allowed me to fulfil my summer goal: creating an amazing and positive experience for my campers in an atmosphere where they were able to establish lifelong memories and friendships. I further enhanced my skills working as a trip leader for Biluim Israel for students aged 16 and 17. It was working with these students over the summer that allowed me to recognize the importance of being a positive role model for my campers. At 16/17 years old, the campers were on the brink of adulthood and getting their first glimpses into making significant life decisions. I served as a model while leading the group; I was always punctual, organized, and responsible. Moreover, I acted professionally, maturely, and thoughtfully at all times; qualities that I employed to ensure a positive and safe summer for my campers. At the end of the summer, the parents of my campers thanked me for acting as such a positive model for their children. I helped cultivate their leadership skills, and develop a strong self of personal identity. I also served as the music teacher, working with children two 13 years old. It was through this experience that I had the opportunity to work with children in an educational setting. I ensured that my students developed a love of learning and that they became independent problem solvers and lifelong learners. As a result of my work in the community I received both a leadership award from the University of Western Ontario and the Queens Diamond Jubilee Medal. In each of the above experiences, I was responsible for the safety, security, and wellbeing of my campers and students; a responsibility I assumed in each situation with great success. Moreover, in each of these experiences I became a better, more confident leader. I also developed great cross functional team work skills, working with campers, students, superiors, and colleagues. For all these reasons, I look forward to working with children as a caregiver. For two years I was a camp councillor at Camp. My first summer as a councillor I was in charge of 8 campers grades 1 - 3. It was a seven week program, divided into two three week sections (1 week of staff training). The campers stayed for three weeks. It was my duty to ensure their safety and that they had an enjoyable experience. I was on duty as a councillor 24/7. My job began in the morning (i.e. preparing them for the day), and continued throughout the day (i.e. getting them to rotations, feeding them ext.). In addition to my experiences at Camp, this past summer I traveled abroad as a councillor. I was on a bus with two other staff and we were responsible for 37 children ages 16 and 17. Similar to my previous experience, I had to ensure both their safety and that they had a positive experience. I had to plan evening programs and daily activities. Following my years at camp I acted as a music and education teacher at a Jewish synagogue. The children were ages 2 - 13. At the school, I worked with the students to teach them various songs and also taught classes. For the classes, I was provided a topic to discuss, however, had to create the lesson plan. The school is composed of approximately 30 students, I however, would never be with more than 10 at once as a result of the class sizes. Finally, I have spent many hours babysitting family friends children in Saskatoon.

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Phone Number 519-933-...
Years of Experience 3
Age Group
Pay Hourly
Special Needs
Work Eligibility
Number of Children 5
Twins Or Multiple Children Yes


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