Work at camp and make a difference in a girl's life
Summer Camp Employment Opportunites
Summer camp is the kind of work where you give your all every day, learn about yourself, and have the opportunity to use your talents to make a difference in the lives of girls. Summer camp is hard work. The hours are long and at the end of the day, the tired you will feel, is the kind that happens when you really made a difference in the life of a girl and young adult. We provide two hours off each day to relax and rest at resident camp and at least one full day off each week at all camps. Pay at our camps is competitive with other similar camps. Other benefits include developing lifelong friendships, a girl's warm smile, and gaining skills and experience that will make a difference in your own life. This sets camp work apart from other summer jobs. Join Girl Scouts of Minnesota and Wisconsin Lakes and Pines, as we strive to serve all girls to help them develop into caring, competent, confident women through progressive, innovative programming and stewardship.
Camp Roundelay ~ Minong, Wisconsin ~ *2013 dates TBD
Located in the Gordon-Wascott area of Wisconsin with 620 acres of fun. It has two private lakes, a shower house, established waterfront and boating area, mountain biking, miles of hiking trails, amphitheater, cabins, primitive tent sites and program center. Programs include, an established horse program, wilderness trips, troop camping and general camping fun. Camp Roundelay can accommodate 140 campers and 25 staff.
Camp Sanderson ~ Spicer, Minnesota ~ *2013 dates TBD
Located on 33 wooded acres in Spicer, Minnesota, Camp Sanderson is bordered by Nest Lake on two sides and a state bike trail on another. It has a beautiful lake for boating, trails for biking, four troop camp units and a variety of other activities. Specialized programs will include troop camp with core staff as well as resident camp. Camp Sanderson can accommodate 60 campers and 10 staff.
Camp Shingobee Timbers ~ Walker, Minnesota ~ *2013 dates TBD
Shingobee Timbers is nestled in an oak and pine forest 5 miles south of Walker, Minnesota. It features a quiet lake, High Challenge Course, beaver pond, native prairie, archery range, craft cabin, amphitheater, cabins, tent sites, and a modern program center. Specialized programs include a geo-caching, Challenge course, waterfront fun, and general camping sessions. Shingobee Timbers can accommodate 80 campers and 20 staff.
Northern Lakes Canoe Base ~ Ely, Minnesota ~ *2013 dates TBD
Located 20 miles north of Ely, Minnesota just a short paddle from the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness, this wilderness tripping camp offers completely outfitted canoe trips. Girls ages 12-18 come on 3, 5, 7, and 10-day canoe trips. Participants come from northern Minnesota and throughout the United States. Staff lives in cabins and tents. Our canoe base can accommodate 42 girls and 12 guiding staff.
*Members of the management team may be required to arrive earlier than the advertised date—read job descriptions below to clarify.
• Room and board are provided in addition to salaries
• Training is provided prior to working with campers and participants
• Work in a supportive environment
• Develop team skills and experience critical to most jobs today
• Fun, meaningful work outdoors
• Trainings offered: Lifeguarding, CPR, First Aid, Wilderness First Aid, and Archery
Seasonal, Part-Time, Temporary Maintenance Worker
This position will work at all the camp locations under the direction of the Property Manager and Camp Directors for up to 20 hours per week.
See the full description here: Seasonal Maintenance Worker
Positions Available at most Camps:
NLCB Guide Available only at Northern Lakes Canoe Base
PS Recreation Available only at Camp Roundelay
PS Wrangler Available only at Camp Roundelay
Ranch Manager Available only at Camp Roundelay
Recreation Manager Available only at Camp Roundelay
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