Traditionally, the “camp nurse” has been a registered nurse, but licensed physicians are welcome on staff as well. A medical professional is needed for each session.
We’ve seen our dietician feed 100+ people by herself, but that doesn’t mean she likes to do it alone! Each year staff are needed to help in the kitchen, which involves cooking, cleaning, and helping unit staff get ready for cookouts. For the person looking for a paid summer in the mountains among, but not in permanent contact with, scores of happy children, this can be a very rewarding time. People of diverse backgrounds have enjoyed working in our kitchen: current and retired cafeteria workers, college students, international exchange students, and even alumnae.
If you want to be a part of our experienced team, please get in touch or send in an application. We’d love to hear from you!
“Working here gave me the confidence to stand in front of groups and lead.”