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Summer 2019 registration opens January 2! 

Mark your calendars and be sure to secure your spot for our #BestSummerEver! 
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Applications for Summer 2019 are coming soon!

Do you want to work with us next summer?  We're actively recruiting to fill out our summer staff team for 2019.  Our application packet will be available later this fall.  In the meantime, check out the links below for information on the positions we are looking to fill.  Please use the Contact Us page to send us an email with your questions and contact information so that we may answer your questions and learn more about you! 

Here is what we are hiring for in 2019.



What we believe...


We believe in the transformative power of camp - Simply put, Camp changes lives.  Campers and staff develop lifelong friendships and memories here every summer.  


We believe that the normal is absurd and that the absurd is normal - Some may look at  our camp traditions as absurd.  Turn on the news and you see examples of how the world treats each other.  We think that is absurd!  At camp it is normal to treat each other with love, respect, caring, honesty and responsibility...and, to sing songs with a mouth full of marshmallows.  Camp is an example of how the world could/should be...and we're proud of this!


We believe that everyone belongs at Y-Camp - Every person has value and deserves to be loved and accepted for who they are.  We often describe ourselves as a "camp family".



We transform lives!

We empower youth!

We change the world!


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What we are looking for...

We are looking for mature staff members to role model healthy living and the YMCA’s four character values of Caring, Honesty, Respect, and Responsibility.

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What to expect at camp

Cabin Leaders live in cabins with 5-8 campers, and spend much of their day with that group. Throughout each one-week session, cabin leaders act as friends, teachers, and role models for campers and have unbelievable opportunities to have a positive impact on campers’ lives. During their time as program staff, cabin leaders will assist with cabins where possible, as well as running one of the program areas in camp, which may include life-guarding, archery, or working in the kitchen. All staff members work six days each week, with a break from Friday evening until Sunday morning. Each day staff will have scheduled time off and our goal is to give each person 2 hours each day.

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