Summer Staff

Job Descriptions

Job Descriptions

Below are the job descriptions for the different summer staff positions at Camp Wyoming. With questions or for more information, please contact Stacie Hoppman, the Director of Programs & Marketing, at stacie@campwyoming.net.

Unit Director

We hire two Unit Directors each summer who are responsible for supervising staff in their unit each week, creating food orders and organizing cookouts, running evening programs, evaluating and coaching staff throughout the summer, assisting with homesick and difficult campers, and serving as part of the Leadership Team. View the full job description for the Unit Director.

Leadership Development Coordinator (LDC)

We hire two LDCs each summer who are responsible for planning and implementing the Counselors-in-Training curriculum, serving as the CIT counselors, providing specialized activity leadership, supporting and training volunteers, overseeing Activity Hour, and serving as part of the Leadership Team. View the full job description for the LDC.

Cabin Counselor

We hire eighteen Cabin Counselors who supervise groups 12 campers with a co-counselor. Cabin Counselors are responsible for planning the daily schedule, leading most activities and Bible studies, and participating in evening programs and worships. Each week, counselors oversee a different group of campers, gaining experience in a variety of ages and programs before the summer’s end. View the full job description for a Cabin Counselor.

Media Intern

We hire one Media Intern who is responsible for camp photography and videography, maintaining the daily summer camp blog, updating social media accounts, and designing weekly summary videos and newsletters. By the end of summer, you’ll have a wealth of material for your portfolio and experience for whatever you want to pursue next. This job can be used to fulfill college internship credit, and is a paid internship. View the job description for the Media Intern.

Kitchen Assistant

We hire three Kitchen Assistants. They serve in the kitchen (washing dishes, helping with basic food preparation, and cleaning the dining hall) as well as helping throughout the program (helping set up worships and special programs, assisting in leading groups and games, and serving as a junior counselor for a few weeks a summer). Half-summer contracts are available for this position only. View the full job description for the Kitchen Assistant.