The volunteer camp counselor is responsible for 6-8 campers, leading daily Bible Exploration, cabin devotions, cabin activities with own group; leads or assists in morning activities; participates in planning and implementing evening programs.
As a Division Director (DD) you will communicate with your counselors before camp to encourage and guide them in their preparation. You coordinate with your counselors all activities for your division and work with the director in planning the weekly schedule. You will attend the virtual DD planning/training meeting. You must have previous Cedarbrook staff experience.
Volunteer camp nurse's are responsible for dispensing camper and staff medications, being available for cuts and scrapes to medical emergencies.
The nature center coordinator organizes the live animals in the nature center, as well as the non-living ones, the equipment, and the supplies within the nature center. You will supervise the nature center and all activities which occur there during the camp session.
The outdoor adventure Instructor will teach various camper activities which may include the rules for using knives, how to build and start a campfire, identifying trees, bushes, and insects, and various hiking rules. You will support the Division Directors with their Cookouts.
The craft coordinator plans and teaches the craft sessions and free-time activities. You will organize, inventory, and maintain the equipment and supplies in the craft trailer, reporting supplies used at the end of the week. There will be opportunities to support divisional staff with other camp activities.
The volunteer mountain bike coordinator, teaches mountain bike adventures, maintains bicycles and equipment. Must be Cedarbrook Camp certified.
The archery coordinator sets up the archery range. Instructs and supervises archery classes, maintains equipment, supplies and keeps records.
Lifeguard at summer camp pool as needed. Teaches daily swimming classes. Orient staff to pool safety. Administer camp swim test. Must be certified and pass the skills checklist.
The volunteer Cook will be in charge of the safe and sanitary operation of the kitchen and all food handling. You will be in charge of planning, ordering supplies for, and proper preparation of all meals and snacks at the scheduled times. Previous cooking experience for large numbers of people is recommended. Standing for long periods of time is part of the job.
The volunteer Assistant Cooks reports to the Cook and assists in the safe and sanitary operation of the kitchen and food preparation. If there are no Kitchen Aides, you will also help with clean up, food storage, and dish washing as well. Standing for long periods of time is part of the job.
The volunteer Kitchen Aide reports to the Cook. You will set up the dining room before meals, including place settings, beverages, etc. You will clean up after the meals, including dish-washing and putting them away, as well as sweeping and mopping the floors in the evening.
Other ad hoc duties as assigned.