Have the Best Summer Ever Working at Camp!
In preparation for the summer youth camping season, The Salvation Army’s Little Pine Island Camp is currently hiring for about 30 seasonal positions. Positions begin as early as May 31. Camp season concludes July 22.
While each position has its own unique specifics, Little Pine Island seeks to hire God-focused, kid-loving staff members. Anyone 18 years old and up is encouraged to apply. Some roles make for great summer jobs for college students. There is a particular need for cooking, kitchen, waterfront and health staff, and program staff and counselors. Lifeguard and food service positions may be filled by anyone 16 and older.
“Camping at Little Pine Island is about having fun in God’s creation and teaching practical skills that many kids have not had the opportunity to learn,” Little Pine Island Camp Director Curtis Britcher said. “Making a positive difference in the lives of our youth would not be possible without the support of our compassionate and dedicated summer staff members.”
Staff will receive a bi-weekly salary, lodging and meals throughout the summer. College students may apply for a general tuition scholarship available through The Salvation Army. In a fun-filled summer, staffers will also be able to grow in their faith, make an enduring impact on the lives of campers, have opportunities to grow and excel in leadership, and create lasting friendships.
A day in the life of camp staff requires high energy and creating fun for every camper. Campers and staff members enjoy exciting evening programs, engaging Bible studies, campfires and outdoor activities.
Located in Comstock Park on the shores of Little Pine Island Lake, Little Pine Island Camp typically serves about 100 kids each week during the summer season. As an accredited camp by the American Camping Association, Little Pine Island Camp strives for the highest standards of safety in activities, camper care and staffing.