These behind-the-scenes roles are critical to the success of camp for all members of our community.
Our Food Service team serves 500-800 people three meals each day (plus multiple snacks), utilizing state-of-the-art facilities and working as part of a dynamic team to provide the highest standards of quality to our community.
Housekeeping & Laundry
Housekeeping & Laundry staff help to maintain a healthy and safe environment for campers and staff. These staff clean and sanitize our bunks, bathrooms, and common areas and assist with services such as laundry, landscaping, and basic facility beautification.
Summer camp bus drivers are responsible for making sure our transportation runs smoothly, including getting students to and from different locations for various programs – CDL license required.
As a Nanny, you are hired to care for the young children of our employees that are working on-site. A Nanny is responsible for one or two children of similar age (usually between 2-5 years of age) that are not yet ready to be in a cabin full-time.
Our Office team is the first line of communication to our parents and provides the necessary support to the camp’s administration. Office staff members provide incredible customer service for our families, staff, and vendors.
The operations team is responsible for helping camp run smoothly, including maintenance, facility set up and clean up, and problem-solving daily challenges presented in a very busy schedule.