Archive: Heather Knape

Rachel Shensa: Our New Recruiting and Hiring Manager

Rachel Shensa is now our Recruiting and Hiring Manager. She recently took on this role, and some of you may already know her as our North Bay Region Manager. From now on Rachel will be the one contacting you for interviews and beyond whenever you apply for jobs at Camp EDMO™, from Camp Counselor to Home Office staff. Camp as a …

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Samantha Wilcox: Great Beginnings for Success!

Samantha Wilcox is our new San Francisco Region Manager! She has been working at the Camp EDMO™ San Francisco – Marina location every summer since high school, for five years in all. She started out as a Counselor, moved up to Instructor, then Camp Director and finally San Francisco Region Manager this year. In each job Sam has enjoyed letting her …

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SEL Intro #5: Self Management

This is the fifth in a series of informational blog posts: SEL Intro #5. Check back weekly or search our archive for more! What Is Self Management? The Collaborative for Academic, Social and Emotional Learning  (CASEL) includes self management as one of its five core competencies for building “students’ capacity to integrate skills, attitudes, and behaviors to deal effectively and ethically with …

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Paws in the Classroom: Therapy Dogs Help with Social Emotional Learning

Notice a wagging tail disappear around the corner in the hall of your children’s school? Therapy dogs help with Social Emotional Learning in schools these days. What’s that all about? Read on for more… What’s a Therapy Dog? Therapy dogs are furry companions who are trained to help comfort people in a facility setting like a hospital, nursing home, library …

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SEL Intro #4: Self Awareness

This is the fourth in a series of informational blog posts: SEL Intro #4. Check back weekly or search our archive for more! What Is Self Awareness? The Collaborative for Academic, Social and Emotional Learning  (CASEL) includes self awareness as one of its five core competencies for “promoting interpersonal and cognitive competence”. Promoting interpersonal and cognitive competence is basically another way of saying …

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To The Moon! Science For Kids

Let’s Go To The Moon! You’ve probably heard that NASA has a program to send astronauts to the moon again. It is, not too surprisingly, named Artemis. She is the Greek god Apollo’s twin sister and goddess of the moon. He (the brother) was the namesake of the original NASA manned moon program, which put a series of men on the …

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