Lifetree Day Camps (created by Group) is searching for energetic, loving, responsible people to join the Lifetree Day Camps staff.
The Lifetree Day Camps staff have the unique opportunity to combine wild summer fun with meaningful spiritual development for kids ages 6-11. We partner with churches and schools to host a day camp, but it’s the Lifetree Day Camps staff who executes and creates a meaningful and memorable experience for kids.
These seasonal positions include training in late May along with 7 weeks of day camp, Monday – Friday, between June 10th and August 2nd, except the week of July 4th. These are not residential positions. Lifetree Day Camps are located at a church or school near you.
This is a fantastic summer opportunity for teachers, children’s leaders, and individuals who enjoy creating a meaningful and fun experience for kids.
If you’d like to be considered for more than one location, please indicate this on your application, but please do not complete multiple applications.View Minimum Qualifications
Do you like to work hard and play hard? Ready, set, go! As a day camp Counselor, you get to sing songs, lead arts & crafts, fun games, and crazy activities all while making a huge impact on children as you act as an energized role model. The Counselor leads and interacts with campers throughout the camp day. You’ll spend your days laughing, talking, and encouraging kids throughout all of the day camp activities.
As a Site Director, you run the show at camp. You act as an important role model as you supervise Station Leaders and Counselors, setting an example through your every word and action. You make sure staff have everything they need to lead camp activities and produce an outstanding experience for kids, and you put your best foot forward for the families we serve.
This position has two roles: Station Leader and Assistant Site Director. As a Station Leader, you act as the leader to multiple crews during each rotation of crafts, science experiments, games, and skills. You’re expected to have an engaging personality while standing in front of a group of 25 kids and their Counselors. As Assistant Site Director, you back-up the Site Director and assist in providing for the needs of campers, staff, parents, and visitors.
As a Station Leader, you act as the leader to multiple crews during each rotation of crafts, science experiments, games, and skills. You’re expected to have an engaging personality while standing in front of a group of 25 kids and their Counselors. Station Leaders execute our philosophy of relational and hands-on learning and fun by demonstrating a new experience each day in any of our four rotations.