RYLA Staff Applications

Camryn Morgan

Gender – Female

Position(s) Applying For – Junior Counselor (Open to anyone who has attended RYLA as a camper)

Year Participated in RYLA – 2019

Times You’ve Served as Junior Counselor – 0

Home Phone – 308.750.0568

Work Phone – [695]

Cell Phone – [683]

College Phone – 8002289972

E-mail – camryn.morgan28@gmail.com

City, State – St. Paul, NE

School City, State – Wayne, NE

Why do you want serve in the positions you’ve selected?

I want to serve as a junior counselor because I want to make an impact on the students attending RYLA this upcoming summer. I have experienced what it is like to attend RYLA, so I know and understand the wants and needs of the campers, and I want to make their time in camp extremely enjoyable! I strive to make a difference in the lives of others, and this is an amazing opportunity to do so, while at the same time giving back to the community through volunteer and service activities.

How has your experience as RYLA participante impacted you?

My experience at RYLA brought me out of my comfort zone, and I will forever be thankful for that. I learned and experienced the true joy of serving others and the community, and that has changed my outlook and attitude on life. Everything I do to this day involves serving others, and RYLA is the reason for this. I attend Wayne State College, and I got involved in the campus Rotaract club because I remember my experience of RYLA. RYLA also gave me so many friendships that I will forever cherish. I saw a tremendous growth in my leadership skills and desire to serve others. RYLA has given me the true delight and desire to make a difference in the world.

How do you feel you can contribute and grow RYLA?

The world needs more people to strive to serve others, and if I was selected to be a junior counselor, my goal would be to build a relationship with each student and show them the importance and joy of serving others, in hopes that they too, one day, will make an impact on the world. I can bring my experience and knowledge from the Wayne State Rotaract club with me as a junior counselor at RYLA, and share that with everyone involved. I simply want to be an optimistic and joyful leader to the students that attend RYLA, and even those that I am working and serving with.