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Working for Ci and Ark Encounter

For the first time this year, several of our camp counselors took advantage of a new opportunity to work at the Ark Encounter, the full-size Noah’s Ark attraction in Williamstown, KY, before, after, and between camps. This gave them a unique job for the summer. Here’s what one of our counselors, Isaac, had to say about this experience (content edited slightly for clarity):

While working at the Ark Encounter in guest services, I sold tickets at Admissions, monitored people in the Ark (helping them figure where they need to go), and ran the fossil sluice and camel rides ticketing building. I enjoyed getting to know my coworkers and having those chances to just talk to the guests about anything. I would recommend this to college students if they want to work for a ministry and make some decent money.

If you know a young person pursuing a STEM career who would love to pour into the next generation of STEM researchers, and who needs a summer job, please direct them to CampInfinity.com. 

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