Counselors are a valuable and necessary part of camp. They are the people who have the most interaction with the childern and youth who come to camp. It is vital that counselors have a growing and consistent walk with the Lord. We would love for you to pray and consider this unique opportunity to serve the Lord at camp this summer.
6 Week Paid Counselor Position:
Every year, we need a minimum of four male and four female counselors to commit to serve for four to six weeks during the summer. This includes serving during the four weeks of children and youth camps and two weeks for training and help with camp preparations/Wilderness Camp. Meals and lodging are provided, and up to a $1,150.00 stipend is available.
If a counselor serves for six weeks, they will receive a bonus stipend of $250 at the end of the summer.
Can’t commit to 6 weeks?
If you can only come for a week or two, we would still love for you to be a part of the camp. Counselors are highly encouraged to attend the training days in June. Specific trainings are required to be completed before the camp start date.
- Must be 18 or older (or 17 and a recent high school graduate)
- Must be able to pass the background check
- Must be following a Christian lifestyle, growing with the Lord, and provide a testimony
- Must be willing to serve and work with children/teens
- Must be willing to perform cleaning duties
- Should be willing to serve in any capacity
- Must abide by Camp’s doctrinal statement and policies
What to Expect:
A counselor’s main role is to ensure each camper’s welfare, health, safety, and care. Although this role can be physically and spiritually demanding, the rewards are huge! Witnessing a camper accept Christ or strengthen their relationship with the Lord can be a life-changing experience. Being willing to do the Lord’s work has eternal benefits!
Counselors will be expected to complete the following duties:
- Invest in each camper for the week that they are attending.
- Share the Gospel message with each camper and encourage them to grow in their relationship with Christ.
- Lead cabin devotions.
- Provide supervision and care for campers at all times.
- Help lead games, worship, or other activities that will benefit the camper’s experience.
- Be willing to serve in any other support role during the summer.
- Be ready to participate in activities alongside campers (It can be physically demanding).
If returning as a counselor, please use this form: