Apply to serve on staff (18 or older) or as a Counselor-In-Training (under 18). EpiscoWisco staffing levels are based on needs of the camp program.
Program staff are committed to Christian formation and safety and many were once campers. They plan activities and supervise campers. From a high school youth counselor-in-training working with Junior campers, to an adult working with campers of all ages, each staff member brings their gift of experience to camp.
Each EpiscoWisco Camp staff member is expected to:
- Exhibit a commitment to the Christian faith.
- Be spiritually mature enough to take initiative in using resources available to grow and encourage others to grow in their relationship with Jesus Christ.
- Possess integrity to faithfully fulfill the commitment of service in a positive manner.
- Emotionally and spiritually mature enough to relate to and cooperate with others.
- In good health and physically able to meet the demands of camp life.
Those who are hired or volunteer to serve on staff commit to:
- Pray regularly for EpiscoWisco Camp, especially the campers, staff and facility.
- Encourage others to attend as campers or apply as camp staff, especially from the local congregation.
- Complete Safe Church courses assigned by the end of May.
- Consent to a background check.
- Attend and participate in staff training opportunities as assigned by the EpiscoWisco Camp Director.
- Complete an Staff Letter of Agreement and a Health History Form (see Camp Forms page).
Most staff are paid a modest stipend. Some positions are filled by volunteers. All staff are considered to be employees.
Counselors-in-Training are staff under the age of 18 who are selected to serve at Junior Camp. They work in a supervised environment and participate in learning activities designed for CITs.
Staff Stipend Rates