Counselor Application

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 college or graduate  students who are passionate and excited about working with us both sessions (8 weeks) or for one session (either 4 or 5 weeks including the orientation). All counselors are provided with accommodation in the dorms and 3 meals a day during the week. 

Below is a brief counselor job description:

Counselors will be able to;

  • Work with young children between the ages 8 – 14
  • Interact with people of other cultures.
  • Communicate fluently in English.
  • Plan activities and manage their time well.
  • Work together as a team.
  • Be professional at all times.
  • Take initiative, be creative and a problem solver.
  • Do necessary research about the program theme and the program elements required.
  • To work extra hours to make the program as successful as possible.
  • Engage young participants in entertaining activities.
  • Care for the safety and the well-being of the participants.
  • Be a good role model for the participants

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

1st Session

Counselor Orientation (Mandatory)

Sunday, June 23rd – Sunday, June 30th

1st Session Program

Monday, July 1 – Saturday, July 27th

2nd Session

Counselor Orientation (Mandatory)

Sunday, July 21st – Sunday, July 28th

2nd Session Program

Monday, July 29th – Saturday August 24th

(With Bayram Break Between August 12th to 17th)

*You may choose to apply for one of the sessions. But due to the nature of the program, applications for both sessions will have a priority.
 
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