Jeff Malloy brings over 31 years of summer camp experience to Oak Hall–as a camper, leader-trainee, counselor and director. Mr. Malloy has served as Oak Hall School’s Athletic Director for the last 2o years.
This is Buffy’s Fourth year as Registrar. Buffy has been at Oak Hall for 20 years. During the school year she is Assistant to the Athletic Director at Oak Hall.
This is Yvette’s Sixth year with the summer program and third year as the Director of ECLC camps. During the school year she is an assistant kindergarten teacher at Oak Hall.
This is Carter’s thirteenth summer with the Oak Hall Summer Program. He serves as Director of the OHLS Day Camps.
This is Danielle’s sixth summer at Oak Hall Summer Program. Danielle is the Head Counselor at OHLS Day Camps. During the school year, Danielle teaches elementary music and coaches the Oak Hall varsity swim team.
Angie begins her third year with the Oak Hall Summer Program and her second year as Director of MS Summer Adventure Camps. Angie also teachers math at Oak Hall in the middle and upper schools.
The Oak Hall Summer Program is pleased to announce that we are accepting applications for the positions listed below. Interested applicants should submit a resume and copy of application found at oakhall.org/employment to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Oak Hall Summer Program is also accepting applications for several half-day specialty camps. Qualified applicants should submit a resume detailing your specific qualifications and copy of application found at www.oakhall.org/employment to email@example.com. Each camp below meets daily during the week listed from 8:30-12:45 p.m., unless otherwise noted. Salaries are dependent on enrollment and start at a minimum of $450 for the 17.5 hour weekly commitment. The salary increases with each camper after 6 to be enrolled. Descriptions of the camp can be found at oakhallsummerprogram.org after 2/15 and then click Half Day Summer Camps for ages 10 & up.
This program is offered to rising 9th graders and above who want to assist with one of our summer programs but have “aged out” in their ability to be a camper. In order to be considered, interested campers must complete the CIT Application and Goals, CIT Reference Form, along with two teacher references, and a notarized Affidavit of Good Moral Character (all forms are located below). Applications are accepted at any time and campers will be notified if they have been accepted prior to the start of the camp session. Program fees are waived, but plus fees (published) and/or trip fees (unpublished) with the camps of choice will be charged.Register Now