"Changing Lives Forever, One Camper at a Time"


Qualifications

Personal relationship with God through Jesus Christ

Positive Christian lifestyle

Willingness to serve in a variety of ways

Willingness to learn and grow

Accredited by the American Camp Association

Member of the Association of Cedarbrook Camps

Member of the Christian Camp and Conference Association

Positions

Cabin counselor: lives with the campers and leads Bible Exploration

Special teams: performs "behind the scenes" duties

Activity specialist: specialist to lead skilled activities

Registered nurse: oversees the health of the camp

Tuck shop manager: runs the camp store

Dining hall host: supervises the campers setting tables

 

Training

Pre-camp: a full day approximately four weeks before camp in the Tampa area

In-camp: a day and a half on site before the opening of girls' or boys' camp.

Staff notebook: Each staff member reads a manual that contains camp policies and procedures along with lots of helpful hints.

Division director: Each staff member has a DD (supervisor) who will give "on the job" training during camp.

Mentor: Each new staff member is assigned a return staff member who will provide pre-camp support.

Activities: Camp offers skilled training in many areas.

Distance education: on-line training provided by the Association of Cedarbrook Camps.

Expert Online Training:  camp-oriented training videos on a variety of topics.

 

 
 

 


Other ways to serve

As a Prayer Partner
As a Volunteer
As a Staff Member
As a Donor
As an Albertsons Shopper

Check out the many ways to serve!

Application

Written application: requests basic information and personal testimony

References: needed from two non-family members

Background check: State law requires clearance by the Department of Children and Families

To Apply

To apply, contact the director.

Event Details

For details on the various opportunities to serve with us during camp, check out our events.