Proctors are assigned to oversee about 10-12 students on each hall in the residence buildings of Stonehill. Proctors also assist in classes as interns and some are even Master Teachers! They are college and young adults from the local communities committed and passionate to making PCC a special place to be!
Ms. Jaimee Martin M.Ed, is the PCC Program Director. She has worked at PCC since 2009 and has been program director since 2015. She works as a teacher at West Bridgewater Middle Senior High School during the year as a 7th, 8th and 9th grade history teacher. She won the 2019 Massachusetts Council for the Social Studies - William Spratt Award for Teaching Excellence Middle School Social Studies. She is the middle school advisor as well as the Junior Varsity Field Hockey Coach at the school. She received her Undergraduate Degree at Westfield State for History and Secondary Education in 2012 and her Master's Degree for Curriculum and Teaching from Fitchburg State in 2016. She has dedicated her career and adult life to support middle and high school students and PCC is a perfect place for her and her passions! She manages PCC's program, staff, social media accounts as well as this website! She loves to do arts and crafts, sing karaoke (although not always great) and spending time with friends and family! She just got married last summer! You can email her anytime about PCC - firstname.lastname@example.org
We have many positions available to work at our program! Apply today and join a great team!
We offer competitive pay compared to other camps and we hope you consider working at this amazing program!
Many people work for years at our program as a testament to our wonderful program! We have so many opportunities that I am sure you will find one that will meet your interests!
Reach out today - find out more! As a team, let's make 2023 the best summer yet! Kids need PCC now more than ever!
Ms. Olivia Martino is our PCC RA! Olivia will be returning for her 5th year on the PCC Staff team! During her time with the program, she has served as proctor/intern, Master Teacher of Kids 101, and most recently, the PCC Residential Administrator. Olivia graduated from Bridgewater State University with a degree in Early Childhood Education and Communications and is currently a Kindergarten teacher working in Lakeville. She returned to Bridgewater State to complete her Masters Degree in Special Education and will graduate next spring. In her time as a teacher, she has worked with the Massachusetts' Department of Elementary and Secondary Education as a member of an Early Grades Literacy Grant team, and has been used as a model reading teacher for small group instruction. Olivia spends her days singing, dancing and laughing with her "littles" and brings the same fun, dynamic energy to our program! Olivia is just one of many of our incredible staff here at PCC! Join us this summer to meet our Residential Administrator and other incredible members of the PCCASP staff.
Join our PCC team this summer for a fast paced and fun summer seasonal job that will allow you to gain experience working on a team, mentoring teens and making a difference! We want to hire you if you want to make an impact that will give you great job experience and gain a great reference for future jobs. Working at a camp taps into many areas of expertise and it builds on who you are already as a person! Check out our employment page to see if there is a position you might be interested in applying for!
Executive Director of PCCASP for 2023 is Mr. Brian Lynch. He has been a part of PCC for a long time, he worked as the PCC program director in the late 1980's and early 90's before becoming a principal and advancing his career. His children attended as students and his wife was a PCC Master Teacher for many years! Brian oversees the program and JUST RETIRED last school year as an area superintendent in Middleborough Public Schools. His father was one of the founding superintendents who created PCC in 1968! He loves PCC and would love for your student to attend the Summer of a LIFETIME!
Mr. Ryan J. Tressel is the PCC Lead Teacher, helping to coordinate the program's classes and Master Teacher staff. He has worked at PCC since 2003 and attended the program as a student in the early 1990s. In addition to being Lead Teacher, he teaches the Creative Writing: Poetry & Prose and Journalism & Publishing classes, and is a board member of the PCC Alumni Organization. When not at PCC, Ryan works as a private tutor and a stay-at-home dad to future PCC students Jamie and Margaret. If you have any questions about the PCC classes, please feel free to reach out at email@example.com.
We offer so many classes at PCC taught by some amazing Master Teachers! Check it out, pccasp.org/catalog