Summer Job OpportunitiesOpportunities for summer employment have been posted on College Central Network (CCN) for all camp staff-counselors, travel, lifeguards, music, and nurses. You can view instructions to register for CCN, search for jobs and post your resume for employers to review.
Wisconsin Badger Camp is located on 680 acres of rolling land overlooking the Mississippi and Wisconsin Rivers ten miles south of Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin. Badger Camp is located one hour south of La Crosse, one hour north of Platteville, and two hours west of Madison.
Badger Camp serves individuals with developmental disabilities, ages 3 - 93. No camper is turned away due to the severity of his or her disability. The average staff ratio is one staff member for every two campers. The mission of Wisconsin Badger Camp is to serve people with developmental disabilities by providing quality outdoor recreational experiences.
Wisconsin Badger Camps mission is to provide a positive natural environment where individuals with developmental challenges can learn about their surroundings and realize their full potential. Through a group living experience, campers develop friendships and expand their social skills. Everyone, regardless of the severity of their disability, are welcome at Badger Camp.
Wisconsin Badger Camps primary objectives are program and safety related. In essence, Wisconsin Badger Camp provides safe, fun, and unique programming in a supportive outdoor environment that is available to all individuals with developmental disabilities.
Wisconsin Badger Camp is proud to be accredited by the American Camp Association. As a result, our policies and practices are continually evaluated to assure a fun, safe, quality camping experience.
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