NSYC has been working hard to develop an exciting recreation and enrichment program that ensures the health and safety of our communities while letting kids have fun, meaningful experiences together. We're looking forward to serving your family and having an incredible summer!
Applications for senior and junior counselors are available here. Positions will be filled based on camp enrollment. A mandatory training and orientation will be held on Thursday, July 9.
For over 30 years, North Shore Youth Council has dedicated itself to providing the North Shore communities with comprehensive, evidence-based youth and family programs and services in enrichment, prevention, education, counseling, and recreation. NSYC has the continued confidence and support of our local elected officials, school districts, and communities from Mt. Sinai to Shoreham-Wading River.
Since our founding, we have influenced thousands of individuals from kindergarten to college. Our programs are designed to benefit all people and teach our youth the essential life skills necessary to become responsible, successful adults. The model for success in our programs is based upon having positive influences at every stage, as well as following-up beyond the initial programming. Many of the youth we support come back year after year and grow with us, returning as counselors, mentors, and staff to help guide the next generation.
Why choose North Shore Youth Council?
We are unique for being the only agency with a model for prevention. We are a trusted resource along the North Shore corridor. We are a home and a safe place our communities can count on. We are not a one-size-fits-all system or solution. We listen to our youth who are the driving force of our agency and respond to what they need to accomplish their goals. We encourage the celebration of individuality. We promote physical and mental health wellness. We help people make positive decisions to lead healthy lives, but even if someone falls, we'll be there to pick them right back up. We are North Shore Youth Council.