Project Morry

About Project Morry

Project Morry is a comprehensive, year-round youth development organization dedicated to empowering children from under-resourced communities to envision a positive future. Our nine-year commitment to each child is anchored by a superb, multi week residential summer camp experience and provides academic enrichment programs during the school year and one-on-one mentoring.

Project Morry children benefit from a network of support and gain increased social skills, enhanced self-esteem, positive core values and a greater sense of personal responsibility. Project Morry is looking for caring, compassionate, motivated people to be role models to our incredible youth! This year more than ever, we have an opportunity to make a difference in the lives of children.

If you want to work in a truly supportive, inclusive, positive community, making an impact on incredible youth, this job is for you and now. There is no time like the present to take a safe risk and live and work in a place that is dedicated to positive change, support, growth and creating an environment with a lot of fun. We get the opportunity to focus on racial equity, social justice, positive self identity while we play, practice making and maintaining positive relationships and learn new skills and interests. The perfect candidate takes initiative, is personable, detail-oriented, able to work on a team, and an effective communicator.


Unit Leader

June 2019 - August 2019 Port Jervis, NY
“I loved the Project Morry mission. It is a non-profit that goes to under resourced intercity areas and sends children to camp for free. They also have a school year program that meets once a month in each community and helps the campers focus on school and goal setting. They also help them apply to colleges when they get older. They do a lot of social justice work and it was a great way to gain experience working with children. I was also a camper in this program so I knew a lot and was able to help those who were newly hired. I also liked how I could rely on any of my staff members for help and that self care was a priority. ”

Group Leader

June 2018 - August 2018 Port Jervis, NY
“I liked that I was able to work with a specific group of campers and learn about them. I liked being in a leadership role and having certain responsibilities. ”
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