Do you have musical experience and want to get involved?
Instrument InstructionMornings (guitar, bass, drums, vocals) – Instructors are mentors responsible for teaching their assigned instrument to campers varying in age and ability. The main purpose of instruction is to meet each camper at their skill level and help them prepare for the Showcase with their band.
Band CoachAll Day Opportunities – Band coaches are mentors who have experience writing, practicing, performing, and possibly recording and touring original songs with their band(s). Band coaches will assist bands with writing and creating an original song to perform at the showcase at the end of the week.
Gear Crew- Help with fixing, tuning, and general upkeep of the instruments.
Do you have no musical experience and want to get involved?
Front Desk Crewmornings/afternoon– The front desk jobs are to help with registration, check campers in and out, provide earplugs, monitor visitors, handle phone calls, give directions, answer questions, ensure sure campers leaving the camp location are escorted (even 18 year old’s). They may also sell Showcase tickets, raffle tickets, and merch, act as a Gear Room Monitor, unlock and lock doors.
Showcase CrewShowcase Saturday – The day of the showcase we need people to help set up the venue (hang posters, set up gear, set up merch), sell merch, help organize bands before they perform, and anything else need the day of the showcase.
Roadies– Acts as a point person for camp coordinators, instructors, band managers and coaches for all gear related issues throughout the week, lifts and moves heavy objects, set up equipment when and where necessary each day; Must be patient and attend to last minute gear requests, and be able to lift 30 lbs.
Food Crewmornings/afternoons – Throughout the week, you will be called upon to help with feed our campers. We strive to provide health, nourishing meals for campers and volunteers all through camp week. Duties may include picking up catering.
Drama Trauma– This position is open for mentors who have experience dealing with conflict-resolution and are familiar with youth issues and social needs. Drama Trauma especially can help during band formation and band practice with resolving group issues or talking individually with campers who need support.
Photograph/Film Crew – Photographers and videographers to document camp week, workshops, Saturday Showcase and other camp related activities.
Workshop Leaders – Workshops will be scheduled prior to and after lunch and last approx. 45 minutes. If needed, campers will be split into groups and some workshops may be given twice a day for two days to each group. Workshop leaders will be required to send in a proposal with their volunteer application, and may ask for the assistance of band managers, coaches, or others for support staff.
Rock Salon Saturday of Showcase– The day of the showcase we like to help the girls get ready by helping them do their hair and nails. There will be a lot of glitter. You have been warned.
Street Team- Help Orlando Girls Rock Camp promote camp by putting up flyers, attending tabling events, and all other things related to spreading the word about camp!