Cabin counselors live with a particular bunk and age group and also spend part of their day at an activity area of expertise. Counselors are expected to be role models who must be fun-loving, creative, patient and genuinely concerned for the welfare and development of the campers.
Cabin counselors are supervised by a Unit Leader for their age group as well the Head Counselor. Counselors will work with 2-3 other counselors in their cabin and receive 5 days off during the summer.
Activity Heads are cabin counselors who are also responsible for the oversight of a particular activity area in camp. This includes overseeing the other counselors in the activity, facility, equipment, and lesson plans.
Our Health Center is staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week by health care professionals (RN, LPN, EMT) who are licensed, and are currently registered, or have reciprocity, to practice in the state of Maine.
Camp cannot run without the effort of countless others. Positions are available in maintenance, laundry, housekeeping, dining services, and office.