What does it take to be on staff?
While all of the staff positions have different requirements and diffents gifts & skills, these are the things we expect from all of our staff.
Attends church at least once a month (if not Episcopal, a Christian church with comparable beliefs and creeds)
Has been certified in Safeguarding God’s Children
Has been cleared through our application and background check process Responsibilities
Works with the entire staff and all the campers to create a Christian community.
Strives to ensure that all activities and your own personal actions fit within the purpose statement of the camp and the mission statement of the Diocese.
Practices appropriate boundaries and follows the rules for life at camp, and encouraging this with all staff members and campers.
Top Priorities while serving at the Episcopal Youth Camp
To live out our Baptismal Covenant & encourage a closer relationship with God
To show our passion for our love of God & God’s work in this world
To serve the campers & fellow staff through the ministry of hospitality and love.
To create an environment in which all of God’s children can feel safe.
To have fun & enjoy your experience at camp
What is my role as a staff person at camp?
Being a good role model & positive influence and correcting when you see inappropriate behavior
Walking with the children and youth on their faith journey & share stories from your own
Participating fully in formation, worship time, and all activities of the camp