Service Area Managers are Service Exchange participants interested in taking their service experience to the next level. You should be an accomplished Service Exchange participant who is interested in making a long-term commitment to Solstice. A Service Area Manager’s service commitment includes, but is not limited to:
- Daily staff meetings
- Preparation for Solstice throughout the year
- Building your team of Service Exchange members and outlining your Karma Yoga needs
- Managing your Service Exchange members and Karma Yogis at Solstice
- Leading your Service Exchange members and Karma Yoga team in the daily meditation and check-in on site
A Service Area Manager’s time commitment is “whatever it takes.” As a Service Area Manager, your Solstice experience is intense and focused in your area of service. If you’re interested in supporting the 3HO® mission through dedicated service, consider applying for a Service Area Manager position. As compensation for the work, dedication, and energy needed for serving as an Area Manager, all managers pay a reduced tuition of $120 for the event.
Solstice Youth Camp Co-op Positions
Participants who have a special talent for serving children and young people are encouraged to sign up to be activity leaders and care coordinators for the Program.
Applicant must have attended at least four Sinter Solstice Sadhana Events and participated with children’s camp in some way, either as parents or guides. Must be 20 years or older.
Managers will be able to participate in two days of White Tantric Yoga.
Applicant must provide two professional references able to verify capacity and responsibility with children.
If interested, please contact the SYCC Manager, Inder Kaur, at [email protected]
Summer Solstice Sadhana Celebration needs the following Service Area Manager positions:
- Grounds Manager (2)
We are looking for people to serve as Grounds Managers for 2014 Summer Solstice. These managers would work as a team to manage all the Service Exchanges, Karma Yogis, and workload for the Grounds Area. There are 3 main areas of Grounds Service: Bathrooms (cleaning and stocking all bathrooms and shower areas), Repair and Maintenance (responding to major issues requiring attention; requires special skills), and Grounds Patrol (includes patrolling all camp areas for clean-up and proper function).
The Grounds Manager should be energetically available and effective at accomplishing the tasks required to keep camp running. Ideally, one or both candidates will have some background in hands-on maintenance and repair, have experience managing large groups of people, and have attended several Summer Solstices