Chick-fil-A West Hammond Hwy 190 (14150 Highway 190 W, Hammond, LA) via Facebook, CANVA
Chick-fil-A West Hammond Hwy 190 (14150 Highway 190 W, Hammond, LA) via Facebook, CANVA

So Many Louisianan Parents are Scrambling Trying to Find Ways to keep Thier Kids Entertained This Summer.

We have limited options when it comes to summer camps and there are so many parents that complain about affordability when it comes to camps. One Chick-fil-A location in Hammond, Louisiana wanted to help parents out and they decided to host a few day-long summer camps for children from age five to 12.

This summer camp is supposed to help kids learn life skills and ultimately teach them how to work at Chick-fil-A. Do the kids get paid? Nope, however parents do have to pay $35 per day. So basically, your kids get to roleplay, instead of playing house they get to play Chick-fil-A.

What Kind of Experience Does a Kid Get at a Chick-fil-A Camp?

If you're like me wondering what $35 a day gets a kid, know that a fancy nametag, a delicious meal, a snack, and a t-shirt. They're also charging parents $35 a day. You kid can learn customer service skills, dining room hosting, learning how to take a guest's order at the register, learning how to bag a guest's order, touring the kitchen, preparing chicken nuggets, serving
ice cream in a cone or cup . . . and how to be a Chick-fil-A mascot.

Several People Have Taken to Social Media Claiming This Violates Child Labor Laws.

Parents have come out to defend the summer program claiming their kids are thrilled to get to "work" for a day at their favorite restaurant. We would work for free nuggets too right?

The Summer Camp Was Such a Hit the Registration Is Closed.

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