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Reporting to the Site Leader, a Coach at Atlanta Braves Baseball Camps is responsible for the safety, enjoyment, and development of every Atlanta Braves Baseball Camps ballplayer under their care. Our Coaches provide their ballplayers with guidance and instruction throughout the camp day, always encouraging a respectful and positive atmosphere so that each child experiences success while at camp. Coaches must possess the ability to communicate with a variety of age, interest, and skill levels as well as have a deep knowledge of and enthusiasm for baseball or softball while approaching each day and its unique challenges with energy, patience, and a sense of humor.   Camp Dates and Locations (Atlanta) June 4th– The Weber School, Atlanta, GA June 11th– McIntosh High School, Peachtree City, GA June 18th– Fullers Park, Marietta, GA June 25th– The Weber School, Atlanta, GA July 9th– The Walker School, Marietta, GA July 16th– Mount Pisgah Christian School, Johns Creek, GA July 23rd– Mount Paran Christian School, Kennesaw GA
Title
Coach, Atlanta Braves Baseball Camps
Location : Location
US-Atlanta Metro Area
Reporting to the Site Leader, a Division Lead Coach at Atlanta Braves Baseball Camps manages division staff, and division curriculum, while ensuring the safety, enjoyment, and emotional well-being of every ballplayer.  A Division Lead Coach is a master of the Atlanta Braves Baseball Camps programs, who facilitates the implementation of the program curriculum with meticulous attention to detail and an emphasis on consistent and enriching instruction. A Division Lead Coach is also a thoughtful, empathetic, and approachable leader who nevertheless holds their staff to the same high standards to which they hold themselves. Finally, a Division Lead Coach is a customer experience agent who finds innovative ways to provide Atlanta Braves Baseball Camps families with personalized feedback on their ballplayers.    Camp Dates and Locations (Atlanta) June 4th– The Weber School, Atlanta, GA June 11th– McIntosh High School, Peachtree City, GA June 18th– Fullers Park, Marietta, GA June 25th– The Weber School, Atlanta, GA July 9th– The Walker School, Marietta, GA July 16th– Mount Pisgah Christian School, Johns Creek, GA July 23rd– Mount Paran Christian School, Kennesaw GA
Title
Division Lead Coach, Atlanta Braves Baseball Camps
Location : Location
US-Atlanta Metro Area
Reporting to the Site Leader, the Facilities Coordinator at Atlanta Braves Baseball Camps acts as the epicenter of successful camp operations, spending each camp day outdoors and on the move as they ensure all camp programs and activities are prepared for ballplayers. The Facilities Coordinator must provide a smooth and efficient operation of the site so that ballplayers can get the most out of their Atlanta Braves Baseball Camps experience. The Facilities Coordinator’s duties are physically rigorous, and they must possess a tenacious work ethic, strong organizational skills, and an indomitable positive attitude.   Camp Dates and Locations (Atlanta) June 4th– The Weber School, Atlanta, GA June 11th– McIntosh High School, Peachtree City, GA June 18th– Fullers Park, Marietta, GA June 25th– The Weber School, Atlanta, GA July 9th– The Walker School, Marietta, GA July 16th– Mount Pisgah Christian School, Johns Creek, GA July 23rd– Mount Paran Christian School, Kennesaw GA
Title
Facilities Coordinator, Atlanta Braves Baseball Camps
Location : Location
US-Atlanta Metro Area
Reporting to the Site Leader, a Junior Coach at Atlanta Braves Baseball Camps is responsible for the safety, enjoyment, and development of every Atlanta Braves Baseball Camps ballplayer under their care. Our Junior Coaches provide their ballplayers with guidance and instruction throughout the camp day, always encouraging a respectful and positive atmosphere so that each child experiences success while at camp. Junior Coaches must possess the ability to communicate with a variety of age, interest, and skill levels and must possess a deep knowledge of and enthusiasm for baseball or softball while approaching each day and its unique challenges with energy, patience, and a sense of humor.   Camp Dates and Locations (Atlanta) June 4th– The Weber School, Atlanta, GA June 11th– McIntosh High School, Peachtree City, GA June 18th– Fullers Park, Marietta, GA June 25th– The Weber School, Atlanta, GA July 9th– The Walker School, Marietta, GA July 16th– Mount Pisgah Christian School, Johns Creek, GA July 23rd– Mount Paran Christian School, Kennesaw GA
Title
Junior Coach, Atlanta Braves Baseball Camps
Location : Location
US-Atlanta Metro Area
Reporting to the Site Leader, the After Care Lead Coach at Washington Nationals Baseball Camps manages the After Care facility partners and curriculum while ensuring the safety, enjoyment, and emotional well-being of every After Care participant. Arriving mid-morning, our After Care Lead Coach acts as a Washington Nationals Baseball Camps Coach during the camp day, transitioning to their role as After Care Lead Coach following afternoon carpool in order to coordinate and implement every aspect of the After Care curricula with meticulous attention to detail and an emphasis on consistent and enriching instruction. The After Care Lead Coach must have the knowledge of both baseball and classroom management necessary to execute the recreational/instructional and the baseball-related activities, games, and projects that After Care offers. Most important, the After Care Lead Coach must be able to approach each day and its unique challenges with energy, patience, and a sense of humor.   Camp Dates and Locations (Washington, DC) June 18th – Catholic University, Washington, DC July 2nd – Episcopal High School of Virginia, Alexandria, VA July 9th – The Hill School, Middleburg, VA July 14th– Episcopal High School of Virginia, Alexandria, VA July 30th– Norwood School, Bethesda, MD August 6th– Flint Hill School, Oakton, VA August 13th – Norwood School, Bethesda, MD August 20th – Melvin J. Berman Hebrew Academy, Rockville MD
Title
After Care Lead Coach, Washington Nationals Baseball Camps
Location : Location
US-DC Metro Area
Reporting to the Site Leader, a Coach at Washington Nationals Baseball Camps is responsible for the safety, enjoyment, and development of every Washington Nationals Baseball Camps ballplayer under their care.  Our Coaches provide their ballplayers with guidance and instruction throughout the camp day, always encouraging a respectful and positive atmosphere so that each child experiences success while at camp. Coaches must possess the ability to communicate with a variety of age, interest, and skill levels as well as have a deep knowledge of and enthusiasm for baseball or softball while approaching each day and its unique challenges with energy, patience, and a sense of humor.   Camp Dates and Locations (Washington, DC) June 18th – Catholic University, Washington, DC July 2nd – Episcopal High School of Virginia, Alexandria, VA July 9th – The Hill School, Middleburg, VA July 14th– Episcopal High School of Virginia, Alexandria, VA July 30th– Norwood School, Bethesda, MD August 6th– Flint Hill School, Oakton, VA August 13th – Norwood School, Bethesda, MD August 20th – Melvin J. Berman Hebrew Academy, Rockville MD
Title
Coach, Washington Nationals Baseball Camps
Location : Location
US-DC Metro Area
Reporting to the Site Leader, a Division Lead Coach at Washington Nationals Baseball Camps manages division staff, and division curriculum, while ensuring the safety, enjoyment, and emotional well-being of every ballplayer.  A Division Lead Coach is a master of the Washington Nationals Baseball Camps programs, who facilitates the implementation of the program curriculum with meticulous attention to detail and an emphasis on consistent and enriching instruction. A Division Lead Coach is also a thoughtful, empathetic, and approachable leader who nevertheless holds their staff to the same high standards to which they hold themselves. Finally, a Division Lead Coach is a customer experience agent who finds innovative ways to provide Washington Nationals Baseball Camps families with personalized feedback on their ballplayers.   Camp Dates and Locations (Washington, DC) June 18th – Catholic University, Washington, DC July 2nd – Episcopal High School of Virginia, Alexandria, VA July 9th – The Hill School, Middleburg, VA July 14th– Episcopal High School of Virginia, Alexandria, VA July 30th– Norwood School, Bethesda, MD August 6th– Flint Hill School, Oakton, VA August 13th – Norwood School, Bethesda, MD August 20th – Melvin J. Berman Hebrew Academy, Rockville MD
Title
Division Lead Coach, Washington Nationals Baseball Camps
Location : Location
US-DC Metro Area
Reporting to the Site Leader, the Facilities Coordinator acts as the epicenter of successful camp operations, spending each camp day outdoors and on the move as they ensure all camp programs and activities are prepared for ballplayers. The Facilities Coordinator must provide a smooth and efficient operation of the site so that ballplayers can get the most out of their Washington Nationals Baseball Camps experience. The Facilities Coordinator’s duties are physically rigorous, and they must possess a tenacious work ethic, strong organizational skills, and an indomitable positive attitude.   Camp Dates and Locations (Washington, DC) June 18th – Catholic University, Washington, DC July 2nd – Episcopal High School of Virginia, Alexandria, VA July 9th – The Hill School, Middleburg, VA July 14th– Episcopal High School of Virginia, Alexandria, VA July 30th– Norwood School, Bethesda, MD August 6th– Flint Hill School, Oakton, VA August 13th – Norwood School, Bethesda, MD August 20th – Melvin J. Berman Hebrew Academy, Rockville MD
Title
Facilities Coordinator, Washington Nationals Baseball Camps
Location : Location
US-DC Metro Area
Reporting to the Site Leader, a Junior Coach at Washington Nationals Baseball Camps is responsible for the safety, enjoyment, and development of every Washington Nationals Baseball Camps ballplayer under their care.  Our Junior Coaches provide their ballplayers with guidance and instruction throughout the camp day, always encouraging a respectful and positive atmosphere so that each child experiences success while at camp. Junior Coaches must possess a deep knowledge of and enthusiasm for baseball or softball, and must be able to approach each day and its unique challenges with energy, patience, and a sense of humor.   Camp Dates and Locations (Washington, DC) June 18th – Catholic University, Washington, DC July 2nd – Episcopal High School of Virginia, Alexandria, VA July 9th – The Hill School, Middleburg, VA July 14th– Episcopal High School of Virginia, Alexandria, VA July 30th– Norwood School, Bethesda, MD August 6th– Flint Hill School, Oakton, VA August 13th – Norwood School, Bethesda, MD August 20th – Melvin J. Berman Hebrew Academy, Rockville MD
Title
Junior Coach, Washington Nationals Baseball Camps
Location : Location
US-DC Metro Area
The Washington Nationals Baseball Camps Site Leader must live Headfirst Professional Sports Camps’ core values at all times, acting as a role model for all Washington Nationals Baseball Camps staff and a pillar of dedication, integrity, and professionalism within the Headfirst Professional Sports Camps community. The Site Leader must always prioritize operating a safe and secure camp, taking personal responsibility for the physical and emotional well-being of every program participant. The Nationals Site Leader’s role is to supervise, coach, and provide constructive feedback to their camps leadership team and coaching staff, while working closely with Headfirst Headquarters to ensure that each ballplayer has a safe, enjoyable, and enriching experience at camp. In addition, the Site Leader must be a proactive resource, problem solver, and sounding board for all parent concerns and staff issues. Cultivating and maintaining strong relationships with everyone involved with Washington Nationals Baseball Camps – from facility partners, to ballplayer families, to on-site and HQ staff – is a crucial component of this role, and the Site Leader must remain mindful at all times of their role as an ambassador for Headfirst Professional Sports Camps. Camp Dates and Locations (Washington, DC) June 18th – Catholic University, Washington, DC July 2nd – Episcopal High School of Virginia, Alexandria, VA July 9th – The Hill School, Middleburg, VA July 14th– Episcopal High School of Virginia, Alexandria, VA July 30th– Norwood School, Bethesda, MD August 6th– Flint Hill School, Oakton, VA August 13th – Norwood School, Bethesda, MD August 20th – Melvin J. Berman Hebrew Academy, Rockville MD
Title
Site Leader, Washington Nationals Baseball Camps
Location : Location
US-DC Metro Area
Reporting to the Site Leader, the Camp & Safety Coordinator works closely with fellow on-site leadership and HQ staff to coordinate and complete the customer service and administrative tasks necessary to run a top-quality camp. The Camp & Safety Coordinator also oversees and ensures the day-to-day safety of all program participants; safety is Headfirst Professional Sports Camps’ foremost concern, and the Camp & Safety Coordinator must always prioritize safety above all else. Finally, the Camp & Safety Coordinator acts as the on-site liaison to the Talent Department in order to address any staff questions and concerns in a timely manner, exercising empathy and, when necessary, discretion.   Camp Dates and Locations (Washington, DC) June 18th – Catholic University, Washington, DC July 2nd – Episcopal High School of Virginia, Alexandria, VA July 9th – The Hill School, Middleburg, VA July 14th– Episcopal High School of Virginia, Alexandria, VA July 30th– Norwood School, Bethesda, MD August 6th– Flint Hill School, Oakton, VA August 13th – Norwood School, Bethesda, MD August 20th – Melvin J. Berman Hebrew Academy, Rockville MD
Title
Camp & Safety Coordinator, Washington Nationals Baseball Camps
Location : Location
US-DC Metro Area
Reporting to the Site Leader, the After Care Lead Coach at Atlanta Braves Baseball Camps manages the After Care facility partners and curriculum while ensuring the safety, enjoyment, and emotional well-being of every After Care participant. Arriving mid-morning, our After Care Lead Coach acts as an Atlanta Braves Baseball Camps Coach during the camp day, transitioning to their role as After Care Lead Coach following afternoon carpool in order to coordinate and implement every aspect of the After Care curricula with meticulous attention to detail and an emphasis on consistent and enriching instruction. The After Care Lead Coach must have the knowledge of both baseball and classroom management necessary to execute the recreational/instructional baseball-related activities, games, and projects that After Care offers. Most important, the After Care Lead Coach must be able to approach each day and its unique challenges with energy, patience, and a sense of humor.   Camp Dates and Locations (Atlanta) June 4th– The Weber School, Atlanta, GA June 11th– McIntosh High School, Peachtree City, GA June 18th– Fullers Park, Marietta, GA June 25th– The Weber School, Atlanta, GA July 9th– The Walker School, Marietta, GA July 16th– Mount Pisgah Christian School, Johns Creek, GA July 23rd– Mount Paran Christian School, Kennesaw GA
Title
After Care Lead Coach, Atlanta Braves Baseball Camps
Location : Location
US-Atlanta Metro Area
Reporting to the Site Leader, the After Care Lead Coach at Chicago Cubs Baseball Camps manages the After Care facility partners and curriculum while ensuring the safety, enjoyment, and emotional well-being of every After Care participant. Arriving mid-morning, our After Care Lead Coach acts as a Chicago Cubs Baseball Camps Coach during the camp day, transitioning to their role as After Care Lead Coach following afternoon carpool, in order to coordinate and implement every aspect of the After Care curricula with meticulous attention to detail and an emphasis on consistent and enriching instruction. The After Care Lead Coach must have the knowledge of both baseball and classroom management necessary to execute the recreational/instructional and the baseball-related activities, games, and projects that After Care offers. Most important, the After Care Lead Coach must be able to approach each day and its unique challenges with energy, patience, and a sense of humor.   Camp Dates and Locations (Chicago) June 18th– Welles Park, Chicago, IL June 25th– IC Catholic Prep, Elmhurst, IL July 9th– Northeastern Illinois U., Chicago, IL July 16th– Harper College, Palatine, IL July 23rd– Lake Forest Academy, Lake Forest, IL July 30th– Benet Academy, Naperville, IL August 6th– Evanston Township High School, Evanston, IL August 13th– Richard E. Staples Park, Lake Zurich, IL
Title
After Care Lead Coach, Chicago Cubs Baseball Camps
Location : Location
US-IL-Chicago Metro Area
Reporting to the Site Leader, the Camp & Safety Coordinator works closely with fellow on-site leadership and HQ staff to coordinate and complete the customer service and administrative tasks necessary to run a top-quality camp. The Camp & Safety Coordinator also oversees and ensures the day-to-day safety of all program participants; safety is Headfirst Professional Sports Camps’ foremost concern, and the Camp & Safety Coordinator must always prioritize safety above all else. Finally, the Camp & Safety Coordinator acts as the on-site liaison to the Talent Department in order to address any staff questions and concerns in a timely manner, exercising empathy and, when necessary, discretion.   Camp Dates and Locations (Chicago) June 18th– Welles Park, Chicago, IL June 25th– IC Catholic Prep, Elmhurst, IL July 9th– Northeastern Illinois U., Chicago, IL July 16th– Harper College, Palatine, IL July 23rd– Lake Forest Academy, Lake Forest, IL July 30th– Benet Academy, Naperville, IL August 6th– Evanston Township High School, Evanston, IL August 13th– Richard E. Staples Park, Lake Zurich, IL
Title
Camp & Safety Coordinator, Chicago Cubs Baseball Camps
Location : Location
US-IL-Chicago Metro Area
Reporting to the Site Leader, a Coach at Chicago Cubs Baseball Camps is responsible for the safety, enjoyment, and development of every Chicago Cubs Baseball Camps ballplayer under their care.  Our Coaches provide their ballplayers with guidance and instruction throughout the camp day, always encouraging a respectful and positive atmosphere so that each child experiences success while at camp. Coaches must possess the ability to communicate with a variety of age, interest, and skill levels as well as have a deep knowledge of and enthusiasm for baseball while approaching each day and its unique challenges with energy, patience, and a sense of humor.   Camp Dates and Locations (Chicago) June 18th– Welles Park, Chicago, IL June 25th– IC Catholic Prep, Elmhurst, IL July 9th– Northeastern Illinois U., Chicago, IL July 16th– Harper College, Palatine, IL July 23rd– Lake Forest Academy, Lake Forest, IL July 30th– Benet Academy, Naperville, IL August 6th– Evanston Township High School, Evanston, IL August 13th– Richard E. Staples Park, Lake Zurich, IL
Title
Coach, Chicago Cubs Baseball Camps
Location : Location
US-IL-Chicago Metro Area
Reporting to the Site Leader, a Division Lead Coach at Chicago Cubs Baseball Camps manages division staff, and division curriculum, while ensuring the safety, enjoyment, and emotional well-being of every camp participant.  A Division Lead Coach is a master of the Chicago Cubs Baseball Camps programs, who facilitates the implementation of the program curriculum with meticulous attention to detail and an emphasis on consistent and enriching instruction. A Division Lead Coach is also a thoughtful, empathetic, and approachable leader who nevertheless holds their staff to the same high standards to which they hold themselves. Finally, a Division Lead Coach is a customer experience agent who finds innovative ways to provide Chicago Cubs Baseball Camps families with personalized feedback on their ballplayers.    Camp Dates and Locations (Chicago) June 18th– Welles Park, Chicago, IL June 25th– IC Catholic Prep, Elmhurst, IL July 9th– Northeastern Illinois U., Chicago, IL July 16th– Harper College, Palatine, IL July 23rd– Lake Forest Academy, Lake Forest, IL July 30th– Benet Academy, Naperville, IL August 6th– Evanston Township High School, Evanston, IL August 13th– Richard E. Staples Park, Lake Zurich, IL
Title
Division Lead Coach, Chicago Cubs Baseball Camps
Location : Location
US-IL-Chicago Metro Area
Reporting to the Site Leader, the Facilities Coordinator at Chicago Cubs Baseball Camps acts as the epicenter of successful camp operations, spending each camp day outdoors and on the move as they ensure all camp programs and activities are prepared for ballplayers. The Facilities Coordinator must provide a smooth and efficient operation of the site so that ballplayers can get the most out of their Chicago Cubs Baseball Camps experience. The Facilities Coordinator’s duties are physically rigorous, and they must possess a tenacious work ethic, strong organizational skills, and an indomitable positive attitude.   Camp Dates and Locations (Chicago) June 18th– Welles Park, Chicago, IL June 25th– IC Catholic Prep, Elmhurst, IL July 9th– Northeastern Illinois U., Chicago, IL July 16th– Harper College, Palatine, IL July 23rd– Lake Forest Academy, Lake Forest, IL July 30th– Benet Academy, Naperville, IL August 6th– Evanston Township High School, Evanston, IL August 13th– Richard E. Staples Park, Lake Zurich, IL
Title
Facilities Coordinator, Chicago Cubs Baseball Camps
Location : Location
US-IL-Chicago Metro Area
Reporting to the Site Leader, a Junior Coach at Chicago Cubs Baseball Camps is responsible for the safety, enjoyment, and development of every Chicago Cubs Baseball Camps ballplayer under their care.  Our Junior Coaches provide their ballplayers with guidance and instruction throughout the camp day, always encouraging a respectful and positive atmosphere so that each child experiences success while at camp. Junior Coaches must possess a deep knowledge of and enthusiasm for baseball and/or softball, and must be able to approach each day and its unique challenges with energy, patience, and a sense of humor.   Camp Dates and Locations (Chicago) June 18th– Welles Park, Chicago, IL June 25th– IC Catholic Prep, Elmhurst, IL July 9th– Northeastern Illinois U., Chicago, IL July 16th– Harper College, Palatine, IL July 23rd– Lake Forest Academy, Lake Forest, IL July 30th– Benet Academy, Naperville, IL August 6th– Evanston Township High School, Evanston, IL August 13th– Richard E. Staples Park, Lake Zurich, IL
Title
Junior Coach, Chicago Cubs Baseball Camps
Location : Location
US-IL-Chicago Metro Area
The Chicago Cubs Baseball Camps Site Leader must live Headfirst Professional Sports Camps’ core values at all times, acting as a role model for all Chicago Cubs Baseball Camps staff and a pillar of dedication, integrity, and professionalism within the Headfirst Professional Sports Camps community. The Site Leader must always prioritize operating a safe and secure camp, taking personal responsibility for the physical and emotional well-being of every program participant. The Site Leader’s role is to supervise, coach, and provide constructive feedback to the Chicago Cubs Baseball Camps leadership team and coaching staff, while working closely with Headfirst Headquarters to ensure that each ballplayer has a safe, enjoyable, and enriching experience at camp.  In addition, the Site Leader must be a proactive resource, problem solver, and sounding board for all parent concerns and staff issues. Cultivating and maintaining strong relationships with everyone involved with Chicago Cubs Baseball Camps – from facility partners, to ballplayer families, to on-site and HQ staff – is a crucial component of this role, and the Site Leader must remain mindful at all times of their role as an ambassador for Headfirst Professional Sports Camps. Camp Dates and Locations (Chicago) June 18th– Welles Park, Chicago, IL June 25th– IC Catholic Prep, Elmhurst, IL July 9th– Northeastern Illinois U., Chicago, IL July 16th– Harper College, Palatine, IL July 23rd– Lake Forest Academy, Lake Forest, IL July 30th– Benet Academy, Naperville, IL August 6th– Evanston Township High School, Evanston, IL August 13th– Richard E. Staples Park, Lake Zurich, IL
Title
Site Leader, Chicago Cubs Baseball Camps
Location : Location
US-IL-Chicago Metro Area
Reporting to the Site Leader, the Camp & Safety Coordinator at Boston Red Sox Baseball Camps works closely with fellow on-site leadership and HQ staff to coordinate and complete the customer service and administrative tasks necessary to run a top-quality camp. The Camp & Safety Coordinator also oversees and ensures the day-to-day safety of all program participants; safety is Headfirst Professional Sports Camps’ foremost concern, and the Camp & Safety Coordinator must always prioritize safety above all else. Finally, the Camp & Safety Coordinator acts as the on-site liaison to the Talent Department in order to address any staff questions and concerns in a timely manner, exercising empathy and, when necessary, discretion.   Camp Dates and Locations (Boston) June 25th– Belmont Hill School, Belmont, MA July 9th– Hellenic College-Holy Cross, Brookline, MA July 16th– Providence Country Day, Providence, RI July 23rd– Newton South High School, Newton, MA July 30th– Shore County Day School, Beverly, MA August 6th– The Rashi School, Dedham, MA August 13th– MIT, Cambridge, MA
Title
Camp & Safety Coordinator, Boston Red Sox Baseball Camps
Location : Location
US-MA-Boston Metro Area
Reporting to the Site Leader, a Coach at Boston Red Sox Baseball Camps is responsible for the safety, enjoyment, and development of every Boston Red Sox Baseball Camps ballplayer under their care.  Our Coaches provide their ballplayers with guidance and instruction throughout the camp day, always encouraging a respectful and positive atmosphere so that each player experiences success while at camp. Coaches must possess the ability to communicate with a variety of age, interest, and skill levels as well as have a deep knowledge of and enthusiasm for baseball and/or softball while approaching each day and its unique challenges with energy, patience, and a sense of humor.   Camp Dates and Locations (Boston) June 25th– Belmont Hill School, Belmont, MA July 9th– Hellenic College-Holy Cross, Brookline, MA July 16th– Providence Country Day, Providence, RI July 23rd– Newton South High School, Newton, MA July 30th– Shore County Day School, Beverly, MA August 6th– The Rashi School, Dedham, MA August 13th– MIT, Cambridge, MA
Title
Coach, Boston Red Sox Baseball Camps
Location : Location
US-MA-Boston Metro Area
Reporting to the Site Leader, a Division Lead Coach at Boston Red Sox Baseball Camps manages division staff, and division curriculum, while ensuring the safety, enjoyment, and emotional well-being of every ballplayer.  A Division Lead Coach is a master of the Boston Red Sox Baseball Camps programs who facilitates the implementation of the program curriculum with meticulous attention to detail and an emphasis on consistent and enriching instruction. A Division Lead Coach is also a thoughtful, empathetic, and approachable leader who nevertheless holds their staff to the same high standards to which they hold themselves. Finally, a Division Lead Coach is a customer experience agent who finds innovative ways to provide Boston Red Sox Baseball Camps families with personalized feedback on their ballplayers.    Camp Dates and Locations (Boston) June 25th– Belmont Hill School, Belmont, MA July 9th– Hellenic College-Holy Cross, Brookline, MA July 16th– Providence Country Day, Providence, RI July 23rd– Newton South High School, Newton, MA July 30th– Shore County Day School, Beverly, MA August 6th– The Rashi School, Dedham, MA August 13th– MIT, Cambridge, MA
Title
Division Lead Coach, Boston Red Sox Baseball Camps
Location : Location
US-MA-Boston Metro Area
Reporting to the Site Leader, the Facilities Coordinator acts as the epicenter of successful camp operations, spending each camp day outdoors and on the move as they ensure all camp programs and activities are prepared for ballplayers. The Facilities Coordinator must provide a smooth and efficient operation of the site so that ballplayers can get the most out of their Atlanta Braves Baseball Camps experience. The Facilities Coordinator’s duties are physically rigorous, and they must possess a tenacious work ethic, strong organizational skills, and an indomitable positive attitude.   Camp Dates and Locations (Boston) June 25th– Belmont Hill School, Belmont, MA July 9th– Hellenic College-Holy Cross, Brookline, MA July 16th– Providence Country Day, Providence, RI July 23rd– Newton South High School, Newton, MA July 30th– Shore County Day School, Beverly, MA August 6th– The Rashi School, Dedham, MA August 13th– MIT, Cambridge, MA
Title
Facilities Coordinator, Boston Red Sox Baseball Camps
Location : Location
US-MA-Boston Metro Area
Reporting to the Site Leader, a Junior Coach at Boston Red Sox Baseball Camps is responsible for the safety, enjoyment, and development of every Boston Red Sox Baseball Camps ballplayer under their care.  Our Junior Coaches provide their ballplayers with guidance and instruction throughout the camp day, always encouraging a respectful and positive atmosphere so that each child experiences success while at camp. Junior Coaches must possess a deep knowledge of and enthusiasm for baseball or softball, and must be able to approach each day and its unique challenges with energy, patience, and a sense of humor.   Camp Dates and Locations (Boston) June 25th– Belmont Hill School, Belmont, MA July 9th– Hellenic College-Holy Cross, Brookline, MA July 16th– Providence Country Day, Providence, RI July 23rd– Newton South High School, Newton, MA July 30th– Shore County Day School, Beverly, MA August 6th– The Rashi School, Dedham, MA August 13th– MIT, Cambridge, MA
Title
Junior Coach, Boston Red Sox Baseball Camps
Location : Location
US-MA-Boston Metro Area
The Boston Red Sox Baseball Camps Site Leader must live Headfirst Professional Sports Camps’ core values at all times, acting as a role model for all Boston Red Sox Baseball Camps staff and a pillar of dedication, integrity, and professionalism within the Headfirst Professional Sports Camps community. The Site Leader must always prioritize operating a safe and secure camp, taking personal responsibility for the physical and emotional well-being of every program participant. The Red Sox Site Leader’s role is to supervise, coach, and provide constructive feedback to their camps leadership team and coaching staff, while working closely with Headfirst Headquarters to ensure that each ballplayer has a safe, enjoyable, and enriching experience at camp. In addition, the Site Leader must be a proactive resource, problem solver, and sounding board for all parent concerns and staff issues. Cultivating and maintaining strong relationships with everyone involved with Boston Red Sox Baseball Camps – from facility partners, to ballplayer families, to on-site and HQ staff – is a crucial component of this role, and the Site Leader must remain mindful at all times of their role as an ambassador for Headfirst Professional Sports Camps.   Camp Dates and Locations (Boston) June 25th– Belmont Hill School, Belmont, MA July 9th– Hellenic College-Holy Cross, Brookline, MA July 16th– Providence Country Day, Providence, RI July 23rd– Newton South High School, Newton, MA July 30th– Shore County Day School, Beverly, MA August 6th– The Rashi School, Dedham, MA August 13th– MIT, Cambridge, MA
Title
Site Leader, Boston Red Sox Baseball Camps
Location : Location
US-MA-Boston Metro Area
Reporting to the Site Leader, the After Care Lead Coach at Boston Red Sox Baseball Camps manages the After Care facility partners and curriculum while ensuring the safety, enjoyment, and emotional well-being of every After Care participant. Arriving mid-morning, our After Care Lead Coach acts as a Boston Red Sox Baseball Camps Coach during the camp day, transitioning to their role as After Care Lead Coach following afternoon camper pick-up, coordinating and implementing every aspect of the After Care curricula with meticulous attention to detail and an emphasis on consistent and enriching instruction. The After Care Lead Coach must have the knowledge of both baseball and classroom management necessary to execute the recreational/instructional and the baseball-related activities, games, and projects that After Care offers. Most important, the After Care Lead Coach must be able to approach each day and its unique challenges with energy, patience, and a sense of humor.   Camp Dates and Locations (Boston) June 25th– Belmont Hill School, Belmont, MA July 9th– Hellenic College-Holy Cross, Brookline, MA July 16th– Providence Country Day, Providence, RI July 23rd– Newton South High School, Newton, MA July 30th– Shore County Day School, Beverly, MA August 6th– The Rashi School, Dedham, MA August 13th– MIT, Cambridge, MA
Title
After Care Lead Coach, Boston Red Sox Baseball Camps
Location : Location
US-MA-Boston Metro Area
Reporting to the Site Leader, the Camp & Safety Coordinator at New York Yankees Baseball Camps (New York) works closely with fellow on-site leadership and HQ staff to coordinate and complete the customer service and administrative tasks necessary to run a top-quality camp. The Camp & Safety Coordinator also oversees and ensures the day-to-day safety of all program participants; safety is Headfirst Professional Sports Camps’ foremost concern, and the Camp & Safety Coordinator must always prioritize safety above all else. Finally, the Camp & Safety Coordinator acts as the on-site liaison to the Talent Department in order to address any staff questions and concerns in a timely manner, exercising empathy and, when necessary, discretion.   Camp Dates and Locations (New York) June 25th–Norwalk, CT (Brien McMahon HS) July 9th–Ardsley, NY (Ardsley Little League) July 16th–Garden City, NY (Mitchel Athletic Complex) July 23rd–Tarrytown, NY (Hackley School) July 30th–Hicksville, NY (Holy Trinity) August 6th–Old Brookville, NY (Green Vale) August 13th - Tarrytown, NY (Hackley School)  
Title
Camp & Safety Coordinator, New York Yankees Baseball Camps (New York)
Location : Location
US-NY-New Jersey/New York/Connecticut/Long Island
Reporting to the Site Leader, a Coach at New York Yankees Baseball Camps is responsible for the safety, enjoyment, and development of every New York Yankees Baseball Camps ballplayer under their care. Our Coaches provide their ballplayers with guidance and instruction throughout the camp day, always encouraging a respectful and positive atmosphere so that each player experiences success while at camp. Coaches must possess the ability to communicate with a variety of age, interest, and skill levels as well as have a deep knowledge of and enthusiasm for baseball and/or softball while approaching each day and its unique challenges with energy, patience, and a sense of humor.     Camp Dates and Locations (New York) June 25th–Norwalk, CT (Brien McMahon HS) July 9th–Ardsley, NY (Ardsley Little League) July 16th–Garden City, NY (Mitchel Athletic Complex) July 23rd–Tarrytown, NY (Hackley School) July 30th–Hicksville, NY (Holy Trinity) August 6th–Old Brookville, NY (Green Vale) August 13th - Tarrytown, NY (Hackley School)
Title
Coach, New York Yankees Baseball Camps (New York)
Location : Location
US-NY-New Jersey/New York/Connecticut/Long Island
Reporting to the Site Leader, a Division Lead Coach at New York Yankees Baseball Camps manages division staff, and division curriculum, while ensuring the safety, enjoyment, and emotional well-being of every ballplayer. A Division Lead Coach is a master of the New York Yankees Baseball Camps sports programs, who facilitates the implementation of the program curriculum with meticulous attention to detail and an emphasis on consistent and enriching instruction. A Division Lead Coach is also a thoughtful, empathetic, and approachable leader who nevertheless holds their staff to the same high standards to which they hold themselves. Finally, a Division Lead Coach is a customer experience agent who finds innovative ways to provide New York Yankees Baseball Camps families with personalized feedback on their ballplayers.   Camp Dates and Locations (New York) June 25th–Norwalk, CT (Brien McMahon HS) July 9th–Ardsley, NY (Ardsley Little League) July 16th–Garden City, NY (Mitchel Athletic Complex) July 23rd–Tarrytown, NY (Hackley School) July 30th–Hicksville, NY (Holy Trinity) August 6th–Old Brookville, NY (Green Vale) August 13th - Tarrytown, NY (Hackley School)
Title
Division Lead Coach, New York Yankees Baseball Camps (New York)
Location : Location
US-NY-New Jersey/New York/Connecticut/Long Island
Reporting to the Site Leader, the Facilities Coordinator acts as the epicenter of successful camp operations, spending each camp day outdoors and on the move as they ensure all camp programs and activities are prepared for ballplayers. The Facilities Coordinator must provide a smooth and efficient operation of the site so that ballplayers can get the most out of their New York Yankees Baseball Camps experience. The Facilities Coordinator’s duties are physically rigorous, and they must possess a tenacious work ethic, strong organizational skills, and an indomitable positive attitude.   Camp Dates and Locations (New York) June 25th–Norwalk, CT (Brien McMahon HS) July 9th–Ardsley, NY (Ardsley Little League) July 16th–Garden City, NY (Mitchel Athletic Complex) July 23rd–Tarrytown, NY (Hackley School) July 30th–Hicksville, NY (Holy Trinity) August 6th–Old Brookville, NY (Green Vale) August 13th - Tarrytown, NY (Hackley School)
Title
Facilities Coordinator, New York Yankees Baseball Camps (New York)
Location : Location
US-NY-New Jersey/New York/Connecticut/Long Island
Reporting to the Site Leader, a Junior Coach at New York Yankees Baseball Camps is responsible for the safety, enjoyment, and development of every New York Yankees Baseball Camps ballplayer under their care.  Our Junior Coaches provide their ballplayers with guidance and instruction throughout the camp day, always encouraging a respectful and positive atmosphere so that each child experiences success while at camp. Junior Coaches must possess a deep knowledge of and enthusiasm for baseball and/or softball, and must be able to approach each day and its unique challenges with energy, patience, and a sense of humor.   Camp Dates and Locations (New York) June 25th–Norwalk, CT (Brien McMahon HS) July 9th–Ardsley, NY (Ardsley Little League) July 16th–Garden City, NY (Mitchel Athletic Complex) July 23rd–Tarrytown, NY (Hackley School) July 30th–Hicksville, NY (Holy Trinity) August 6th–Old Brookville, NY (Green Vale) August 13th - Tarrytown, NY (Hackley School)
Title
Junior Coach, New York Yankees Baseball Camps (New York)
Location : Location
US-NY-New Jersey/New York/Connecticut/Long Island
Reporting to the Site Leader, the After Care Lead Coach at New York Yankees Baseball Camps manages the After Care facility partners and curriculum while ensuring the safety, enjoyment, and emotional well-being of every After Care participant. Arriving mid-morning, our After Care Lead Coach acts as a New York Yankees Baseball Camps Coach during the camp day, transitioning to their role as After Care Lead Coach following afternoon carpool in order to coordinate and implement every aspect of the After Care curricula with meticulous attention to detail and an emphasis on consistent and enriching instruction. The After Care Lead Coach must have the knowledge of both baseball and classroom management necessary to execute the recreational/instructional and the baseball-related activities, games, and projects that After Care offers. Most important, the After Care Lead Coach must be able to approach each day and its unique challenges with energy, patience, and a sense of humor.   Camp Dates and Locations (New Jersey) June 25th –Holmdel, NJ (St. John Vianney) July 9th –Verona, NJ (Verona HS) July 16th –Denville, NJ (Denville) July 23rd –Basking Ridge, NJ (Pingry School) July 30th– Rumson, NJ (Rumson Country Day School) August 6th –Palisades Park, NJ (Palisades Parks Sports Complex) August 13th –Princeton, NJ (Princeton Day School) August 20th– The Bronx, Heritage Park Week
Title
After Care Lead Coach, New York Yankees Baseball Camps (New Jersey)
Location : Location
US-NY-New Jersey/New York/Connecticut/Long Island
Reporting to the Site Leader, the Camp & Safety Coordinator works closely with fellow on-site leadership and HQ staff to coordinate and complete the customer service and administrative tasks necessary to run a top-quality camp. The Camp & Safety Coordinator also oversees and ensures the day-to-day safety of all program participants; safety is Headfirst Professional Sports Camps’ foremost concern, and the Camp & Safety Coordinator must always prioritize safety above all else. Finally, the Camp & Safety Coordinator acts as the on-site liaison to the Talent Department in order to address any staff questions and concerns in a timely manner, exercising empathy and, when necessary, discretion.   Camp Dates and Locations (New Jersey) June 25th –Holmdel, NJ (St. John Vianney) July 9th –Verona, NJ (Verona HS) July 16th –Denville, NJ (Denville) July 23rd –Basking Ridge, NJ (Pingry School) July 30th– Rumson, NJ (Rumson Country Day School) August 6th –Palisades Park, NJ (Palisades Parks Sports Complex) August 13th –Princeton, NJ (Princeton Day School) August 20th– The Bronx, Heritage Park Week
Title
Camp & Safety Coordinator, New York Yankees Baseball Camps (New Jersey)
Location : Location
US-NY-New Jersey/New York/Connecticut/Long Island
Reporting to the Site Leader, a Coach at New York Yankees Baseball Camps is responsible for the safety, enjoyment, and development of every New York Yankees Baseball Camps ballplayer under their care. Our Coaches provide their ballplayers with guidance and instruction throughout the camp day, always encouraging a respectful and positive atmosphere so that each player experiences success while at camp. Coaches must possess the ability to communicate with a variety of age, interest, and skill levels as well as have a deep knowledge of and enthusiasm for baseball and/or softball while approaching each day and its unique challenges with energy, patience, and a sense of humor.    Camp Dates and Locations (New Jersey) June 25th –Holmdel, NJ (St. John Vianney) July 9th –Verona, NJ (Verona HS) July 16th –Denville, NJ (Denville) July 23rd –Basking Ridge, NJ (Pingry School) July 30th– Rumson, NJ (Rumson Country Day School) August 6th –Palisades Park, NJ (Palisades Parks Sports Complex) August 13th –Princeton, NJ (Princeton Day School) August 20th– The Bronx, Heritage Park Week
Title
Coach, New York Yankees Baseball Camps (New Jersey)
Location : Location
US-NY-New Jersey/New York/Connecticut/Long Island
Reporting to the Site Leader, a Division Lead Coach at New York Yankees Baseball Camps manages division staff, and division curriculum, while ensuring the safety, enjoyment, and emotional well-being of every ballplayer. A Division Lead Coach is a master of the New York Yankees Baseball Camps sports programs, who facilitates the implementation of the program curriculum with meticulous attention to detail and an emphasis on consistent and enriching instruction. A Division Lead Coach is also a thoughtful, empathetic, and approachable leader who nevertheless holds their staff to the same high standards to which they hold themselves. Finally, a Division Lead Coach is a customer experience agent who finds innovative ways to provide New York Yankees Baseball Camps families with personalized feedback on their ballplayers.   Camp Dates and Locations (New Jersey) June 25th –Holmdel, NJ (St. John Vianney) July 9th –Verona, NJ (Verona HS) July 16th –Denville, NJ (Denville) July 23rd –Basking Ridge, NJ (Pingry School) July 30th– Rumson, NJ (Rumson Country Day School) August 6th –Palisades Park, NJ (Palisades Parks Sports Complex) August 13th –Princeton, NJ (Princeton Day School) August 20th– The Bronx, Heritage Park Week
Title
Division Lead Coach, New York Yankees Baseball Camps (New Jersey)
Location : Location
US-NY-New Jersey/New York/Connecticut/Long Island
Reporting to the Site Leader, the Facilities Coordinator acts as the epicenter of successful camp operations, spending each camp day outdoors and on the move as they ensure all camp programs and activities are prepared for ballplayers. The Facilities Coordinator must provide a smooth and efficient operation of the site so that ballplayers can get the most out of their New York Yankees Baseball Camps experience. The Facilities Coordinator’s duties are physically rigorous, and they must possess a tenacious work ethic, strong organizational skills, and an indomitable positive attitude.   Camp Dates and Locations (New Jersey) June 25th –Holmdel, NJ (St. John Vianney) July 9th –Verona, NJ (Verona HS) July 16th –Denville, NJ (Denville) July 23rd –Basking Ridge, NJ (Pingry School) July 30th– Rumson, NJ (Rumson Country Day School) August 6th –Palisades Park, NJ (Palisades Parks Sports Complex) August 13th –Princeton, NJ (Princeton Day School) August 20th– The Bronx, Heritage Park Week
Title
Facilities Coordinator, New York Yankees Baseball Camps (New Jersey)
Location : Location
US-NY-New Jersey/New York/Connecticut/Long Island
Reporting to the Site Leader, a Junior Coach at New York Yankees Baseball Camps is responsible for the safety, enjoyment, and development of every New York Yankees Baseball Camps ballplayer under their care.  Our Junior Coaches provide their ballplayers with guidance and instruction throughout the camp day, always encouraging a respectful and positive atmosphere so that each child experiences success while at camp. Junior Coaches must possess a deep knowledge of and enthusiasm for baseball and/or softball, and must be able to approach each day and its unique challenges with energy, patience, and a sense of humor.   Camp Dates and Locations (New Jersey) June 25th –Holmdel, NJ (St. John Vianney) July 9th –Verona, NJ (Verona HS) July 16th –Denville, NJ (Denville) July 23rd –Basking Ridge, NJ (Pingry School) July 30th– Rumson, NJ (Rumson Country Day School) August 6th –Palisades Park, NJ (Palisades Parks Sports Complex) August 13th –Princeton, NJ (Princeton Day School) August 20th– The Bronx, Heritage Park Week
Title
Junior Coach, New York Yankees Baseball Camps (New Jersey)
Location : Location
US-NY-New Jersey/New York/Connecticut/Long Island
Reporting to the Site Leader, the After Care Lead Coach at New York Yankees Baseball Camps manages the After Care facility partners and curriculum while ensuring the safety, enjoyment, and emotional well-being of every After Care participant. Arriving mid-morning, our After Care Lead Coach acts as a New York Yankees Baseball Camps Coach during the camp day, transitioning to their role as After Care Lead Coach following afternoon carpool in order to coordinate and implement every aspect of the After Care curricula with meticulous attention to detail and an emphasis on consistent and enriching instruction. The After Care Lead Coach must have the knowledge of both baseball and classroom management necessary to execute the recreational/instructional and the baseball-related activities, games, and projects that After Care offers. Most important, the After Care Lead Coach must be able to approach each day and its unique challenges with energy, patience, and a sense of humor.   Camp Dates and Locations (New York) June 25th–Norwalk, CT (Brien McMahon HS) July 9th–Ardsley, NY (Ardsley Little League) July 16th–Garden City, NY (Mitchel Athletic Complex) July 23rd–Tarrytown, NY (Hackley School) July 30th–Hicksville, NY (Holy Trinity) August 6th–Old Brookville, NY (Green Vale) August 13th - Tarrytown, NY (Hackley School)
Title
After Care Lead Coach, New York Yankees Baseball Camps (New York)
Location : Location
US-NY-New Jersey/New York/Connecticut/Long Island
Reporting to the Site Leader, a Coach at Pittsburgh Pirates Baseball Camps is responsible for the safety, enjoyment, and development of every Pittsburgh Pirates Baseball Camps ballplayer under their care. Our Coaches provide their ballplayers with guidance and instruction throughout the camp day, always encouraging a respectful and positive atmosphere so that each camper experiences success. Coaches must possess the ability to communicate with a variety of age, interest, and skill levels as well as have a deep knowledge of and enthusiasm for baseball while approaching each day and its unique challenges with energy, patience, and a sense of humor.   Camp Dates and Locations (Pittsburgh) July 9th– Millennium Park, Bethel Park, PA July 16th– Shady Side Academy, Fox Chapel, PA July 23rd – The Ellis School, Shadyside, PA July 30th– McCandles Athletic Association, McCandles, PA
Title
Coach, Pittsburgh Pirates Baseball Camps
Location : Location
US-PA-Pittsburgh
Reporting to the Site Leader, the After Care Lead Coach at Pittsburgh Pirates Baseball Camps manages the After Care facility partners and curriculum while ensuring the safety, enjoyment, and emotional well-being of every After Care participant. Arriving mid-morning, our After Care Lead Coach acts as a Pittsburgh Pirates Baseball Camps Coach during the camp day, transitioning to their role as After Care Lead following afternoon carpool in order to coordinate and implement every aspect of the After Care curricula with meticulous attention to detail and an emphasis on reliable and enriching instruction. The After Care Lead Coach must have the knowledge of both baseball and classroom management necessary to execute the recreational/instructional baseball-related activities, games, and projects that After Care offers. Most important, the After Care Lead Coach must be able to approach each day and its unique challenges with energy, patience, and a sense of humor.   Camp Dates and Locations (Pittsburgh) July 9th– Millennium Park, Bethel Park, PA July 16th– Shady Side Academy, Fox Chapel, PA July 23rd – The Ellis School, Shadyside, PA July 30th– McCandles Athletic Association, McCandles, PA
Title
After Care Lead Coach, Pittsburgh Pirates Baseball Camps
Location : Location
US-PA-Pittsburgh
Reporting to the Site Leader, the Camp & Safety Coordinator at Pittsburgh Pirates Baseball Camps works closely with fellow on-site leadership and HQ staff to coordinate and complete the customer service and administrative tasks necessary to run a top-quality camp. The Camp & Safety Coordinator also oversees and ensures the day-to-day safety of all program participants; safety is Headfirst Professional Sports Camps’ foremost concern, and the Camp & Safety Coordinator must always prioritize safety above all else. Finally, the Camp & Safety Coordinator acts as the on-site liaison to the Talent Department in order to address any staff questions and concerns in a timely manner, exercising empathy and, when necessary, discretion.   Camp Dates and Locations (Pittsburgh) July 9th– Millennium Park, Bethel Park, PA July 16th– Shady Side Academy, Fox Chapel, PA July 23rd – The Ellis School, Shadyside, PA July 30th– McCandles Athletic Association, McCandles, PA
Title
Camp & Safety Coordinator, Pittsburgh Pirates Baseball Camps
Location : Location
US-PA-Pittsburgh
Reporting to the Site Leader, a Division Lead Coach at Pittsburgh Pirates Baseball Camps manages division staff, and division curriculum, while ensuring the safety, enjoyment, and emotional well-being of every ballplayer.  A Division Lead Coach is a master of the Pittsburgh Pirates Baseball Camps programs, who facilitates the implementation of the program curriculum with meticulous attention to detail and an emphasis on consistent and enriching instruction. A Division Lead Coach is also a thoughtful, empathetic, and approachable leader who nevertheless holds their staff to the same high standards to which they hold themselves. Finally, a Division Lead Coach is a customer experience agent who finds innovative ways to provide Pittsburgh Pirates Baseball Camps families with personalized feedback on their ballplayers.    Camp Dates and Locations (Pittsburgh) July 9th– Millennium Park, Bethel Park, PA July 16th– Shady Side Academy, Fox Chapel, PA July 23rd – The Ellis School, Shadyside, PA July 30th– McCandles Athletic Association, McCandles, PA
Title
Division Lead Coach, Pittsburgh Pirates Baseball Camps
Location : Location
US-PA-Pittsburgh
Reporting to the Site Leader, the Facilities Coordinator at Pittsburgh Pirates Baseball Camps acts as the epicenter of successful camp operations, spending each camp day outdoors and on the move as they ensure all camp programs and activities are prepared for ballplayers. The Facilities Coordinator must provide a smooth and efficient operation of the site so that ballplayers can get the most out of their Pittsburgh Pirates Baseball Camps experience. The Facilities Coordinator’s duties are physically rigorous, and they must possess a tenacious work ethic, strong organizational skills, and an indomitable positive attitude.   Camp Dates and Locations (Pittsburgh) July 9th– Millennium Park, Bethel Park, PA July 16th– Shady Side Academy, Fox Chapel, PA July 23rd – The Ellis School, Shadyside, PA July 30th– McCandles Athletic Association, McCandles, PA
Title
Facilities Coordinator, Pittsburgh Pirates Baseball Camps
Location : Location
US-PA-Pittsburgh
Reporting to the Site Leader, a Junior Coach at Pittsburgh Pirates Baseball Camps is responsible for the safety, enjoyment, and development of every Pittsburgh Pirates Baseball Camps ballplayer under their care. Our Junior Coaches provide their ballplayers with guidance and instruction throughout the camp day, always encouraging a respectful and positive atmosphere so that each child experiences success while at camp. Junior Coaches must possess the ability to communicate with a variety of age, interest, and skill levels and must possess a deep knowledge of and enthusiasm for baseball while approaching each day and its unique challenges with energy, patience, and a sense of humor.   Camp Dates and Locations (Pittsburgh) July 9th– Millennium Park, Bethel Park, PA July 16th– Shady Side Academy, Fox Chapel, PA July 23rd – The Ellis School, Shadyside, PA July 30th– McCandles Athletic Association, McCandles, PA
Title
Junior Coach, Pittsburgh Pirates Baseball Camps
Location : Location
US-PA-Pittsburgh
The Pittsburgh Pirates Baseball Camps Site Leader must live Headfirst Professional Sports Camps’ core values at all times, acting as a role model for all staff and a pillar of dedication, integrity, and professionalism within the Headfirst Professional Sports Camps community. The Pirates Site Leader must always prioritize operating a safe and secure camp, taking personal responsibility for the physical and emotional wellbeing of every program participant. The Pirates Site Leader’s role is to supervise, coach, and provide constructive feedback to their camps leadership team and coaching staff, while working closely with Headfirst Headquarters to ensure that each ballplayer has a safe, enjoyable, and enriching experience at camp.  In addition, the Pirates Site Leader must be a proactive resource, problem solver, and sounding board for all parent concerns and staff issues. Cultivating and maintaining strong relationships with everyone involved with camp – from facility partners, to ballplayer families, to on-site and HQ staff – is a crucial component of this role, and the Pirates Site Leader must remain mindful at all times of their role as an ambassador for Headfirst Professional Sports Camps.   Camp Dates and Locations (Pittsburgh) July 9th– Millennium Park, Bethel Park, PA July 16th– Shady Side Academy, Fox Chapel, PA July 23rd – The Ellis School, Shadyside, PA July 30th– McCandles Athletic Association, McCandles, PA
Title
Site Leader, Pittsburgh Pirates Baseball Camps
Location : Location
US-PA-Pittsburgh