Happy Tuesday! Here’s today’s tip as part of our 5 Day series helping you get the most out of your CampStaff membership to find the best summer camp staff possible. Missed yesterday’s tip? Read it here.
Here’s what we mean: In reading through both the brief description and the long description of many camps listed on CampStaff.com, we noticed the text is often directed toward campers and their families. While this text works great in attracting new campers, it may not be the most interesting read for potential camp staff members.
You may be wondering what is the difference in the brief description and the full description on your CampStaff/CampStaffNurses pages.
- The brief description is what potential staff see when they browse through the entire list of camps listed on CampStaff. This is a great place to put a two or three sentence description of your camp and what is unique about it. The best part about the brief description is that potential staff who don’t even have a profile on CampStaff/CampStaffNurses can access it. That means that after reading your brief description, potential staff may go directly to your website and apply for a job right from your own website! Get that brief description looking good so you can wow them!
- And the full description on your CampStaff/CampStaffNurses site? This is where you can write more of the details about what a typical summer day is like at your camp for staff. You can also write a brief description of the jobs you are hiring for. Potential staff will see the full description once they are drawn in by the awesomeness of your brief description so be sure to elaborate on what makes your camp unique for summer camp staff.