Junior Counselor Application

1st Session

Counselor Orientation (Mandatory)

Monday, June 25th – Sunday, July 1st

1st Session Program

Monday, July 2nd – Saturday, July 28th

2nd Session

Counselor Orientation (Mandatory)

Sunday, July 22nd ­- Sunday, July 29th

2nd Session Program

Monday, July 30th – Saturday, August 18th

Are you ready to experience the toughest summer you’ll ever love?


RCSummer is an English language based day program for participants between the ages of 8 to 14, at Robert College (for more information about Robert College please go to www.robcol.k12.tr). Most participants are Turkish. We are looking for high school students who are passionate and excited about working with and assisting RCSummer counselors. JCs will experience the responsibilities and expectations of RCSummer Counselors and Web Agents will help manage the social media content, photos and videos published on the web, ALL IN ENGLISH!

The program consists of two sessions. JCs choose one session only.

As a JC you will be expected to assist counselors during the program day from 8:00 to 17:00. We do not provide housing for JCs. All JCs will be expected to perform an array of tasks that will assist in the successful operation of the program.

*According to information on your online application form, we will arrange a Skype or face to face interview.


Below is a brief job description for JCs:

  • Assist counselors facilitate the daily program. (will be able to have excellent command of oral English)
  • JC’s will be able to work with young participants and as a team.
  • Be good role models for the participants.
  • For web agents, manage social media content.
  • For web agents, edit photos and videos to be published on the web under the supervision of the Multimedia Specialist.

If you would like to know more about RCSummer please send an e-mail rcsummer@robcol.k12.tr and we will be very happy to respond you!!!!

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