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Clergy or clergy candidates are preferred for the position of chaplain, whose job it is to minister, equip, and provide spiritual guidance to staff and campers.
Summer staff members with counselor as primary task serve as "parentis in loco" for summer campers, giving general oversight to their well-being, providing leadership in daily routines, and leading lessons.
In collaboration with the program director and other staff members craft leaders develop, supply, and execute craft projects for elementary through high school-aged campers using various media.
Environmental education is a stipulation in Little Grassy's covenant with US Fish and Wildlife. A summer staff member with environmental education as primary task instills in campers a passion for faithful stewardship of God's world as part of our Wesleyan heritage and commitment as United Methodists to ministries of justice. This position is available at Little Grassy only.
The food service assistant engages in hospitality by taking direction from the food service manager in a variety of kitchen and dining hall tasks, including the preparation of meals and maintaining the cleanliness and sanitation of the kitchen and dishwashing area.
The summer housekeeping assistant works with the hospitality manager to assure the cleanliness and safety of facilities and grounds with the goal of providing a welcoming environment for campers and other guests.
A lifeguard furthers the mission of the camp by keeping campers safe at the waterfront and/or pool, providing instructions, and serving as an ambassador of God as embodied in Jesus Christ.
Under the direction of the Maintenance Manager, assist in the maintenance and repair of the camp’s buildings, grounds, equipment and other facilities consistent with the mission and established policies and procedures of the camp.
The assistant program director is a summer staff worker whose primary task is to work alongside the camp's program director to assist with administrative and spiritual leadership in the areas of program, campers, and staff.
The summer staff person who serves in videography and photography captures the daily activities of the campers' daily life with video and still shots, organizes the media, and edits to produce souvenir DVDs that go home with campers.