Find your fit at Camp Tecumseh.
Overnight & Equestrian Camp staff opportunities include the position of camp counselor, along with several other support and administrative staff roles. Overnight camp staff members must be 18 years old, and most have completed their first year of college. All potential staff must pass a thorough background check-including nationwide criminal and sex offender registry checks. Staff commit to live at camp for staff training and the nine weeks of the camp season. For more information, contact Joel Sieplinga.
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Day Camp staff members work between 2 1/2 to 7 1/2 weeks during the summer, depending on their availability. These weeks may not be consecutive. Day Camp staff members must have completed at least their Junior year of high school and be at least 17 years of age by the time of their employment. They live on site with a resident cabin group during their employment and hold a range of positions, from activity leader to photographer. Many of our resident staff members started their employment by working at Day Camp. It’s a great way to start off many wonderful years of service to Camp Tecumseh. For more information, contact Jordan Seeger.
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Outdoor education staff (fall, winter, spring)
Outdoor education (OE) staff members work with teachers and parents, facilitating each school group’s experience by guiding them through the different programs we offer at Camp Tecumseh. This is a paid position ($270 a week). It could also serve as an Internship or Practicum experience for college credit.
OE staff members must be college age or older. The ideal candidate has experience working with youth and leading groups, and has a love for the outdoors and education. This role also involves hikes and lifting, so good physical fitness is a plus. For more information, contact Matt Radding.
Retreat staff (fall, winter, spring)
Retreats Department staff members work an average of at least two weekends a month during the retreats season, which runs from mid-August to early June. They assist with several program areas, including archery, riflery, canoeing and paddle boating, horseback riding, candle making, and nature experiences.
Retreat staff members must be 16 years of age or older. The ideal candidate has experience working with youth, relates well with children and adults, enjoys working outdoors, and demonstrates enthusiasm and initiative. This position involves lifting and carrying up to 25 lbs. For more information, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kitchen, Housekeeping, Maintenance, and Office Staff
Full-time staff (year-round)
Help fuel transformational Camp experiences by managing a food service operation that serves over 250,000 meals every year.