Be Part of Our Team…
Our goal is to provide a healthy and happy atmosphere for our camp community. Campers discover new skills, make new friends, experience new adventures and learn key decision skills necessary for their future. Working together, counselors become a part of an incredible team! As on any team, everyone at Camp Wayfarer works toward a common goal.
Our campers will hold you in the highest regard.
What we expect from our staff…
- A responsible and caring attitude.
- Unselfish behaviors that put campers first.
- A neat and clean appearance.
- A loyal and devoted employee that follows the rules and ideals of Camp Wayfarer.
What you can count on as a Wayfarer Staff Member…
- To meet people of all ages from all parts of the world.
- To grow as an individual in a Christian environment.
- To make some of the best friends you ever will.
- To work harder than you ever have.
- To challenge yourself in ways you never dreamed of.
- To have a ton of fun.
- Becoming the creative person you can be.
- Becoming a camper’s best friend and mentor.
- To have one of the best, most memorable summers ever.
What you can’t count on…
- Being on vacation.
- Working in a place that is just for “you.”
- Sleeping late.
- Sitting around.
SUMMER CAMP POSITIONS
Listed below are the key summer staff that help make Camp Wayfarer the special place it is. The combined efforts of these individuals keep our camp running smoothly and efficiently.
These individuals oversee all programs at Wayfarer. They work with the Director to organize all daily activities for campers. They are out in the various program areas making sure things are going as they should. They also work with the evening program head for evening activities.
Head counselors work with the Director to assign counselor days off, evenings off, and direct all cabin counselors.
These individuals head up each of our seven program areas supervising and teaching with counselors. They work directly with the Director and Program Directors to coordinate all activities and programs. Program heads are usually experienced cabin counselors/teachers.
These individuals are the camp’s most direct link to campers and parents. Cabin counselors are the leaders in each cabin and set the tone for it. They are responsible for the safety, welfare, and happiness of each camper in the cabin.
Just as they set the tone in the cabin, cabin counselors also teach in program areas. In this way, they get to know all campers and see them in a variety of settings. They provide the expertise and energy in all programs.
CIT’s are support staff that work in teams. These individuals help in all areas of camp including cabin areas, programs, and facilities. CIT’s have completed the 11th grade and are never expected to lead activities or be primary supervisors. CIT’s are being well trained to take the role of counselor as rising college freshmen.
Our camp nurses are RN’s that also have children at Wayfarer. As camp “moms” and experts in their fields they take fabulous care of our campers! They are responsible for the overall care of all of our staff and campers.
Our meals are prepared by experienced cooks that come from local school systems. Most have worked at Wayfarer for multiple years and take great pride in feeding us all summer!