STAFF
Serving at King’s Camp is one of the most rewarding “job” experiences that you could have. There is simply no “job” quite like it. The Camp Staff goes non-stop having fun and adventure, helping kids grow, and sharing Christ with kids in discipleship and in sharing their lives. We are looking for counselors that have strong faith in Jesus, a heart for service, and a love for kids (must be finished with High School by start of camp to apply).
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WORK STUDY
While Work Study isn’t actually staff, they are a fun & essential part of camp!
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WHAT IS WORK STUDY?

Work Study is a "camp within a camp" of high school age people who want to grow spiritually and take an active role in working out the vision that God has for King's Camp. This program is for young people who want to go to the next step in relating to God and others, and is focused on training the next generation of Christians to live their lives as servant leaders who are devoted to Christ.

PURPOSE OF WORK STUDY

The Work Study program gives high school-age campers a chance to minister to the camp that has ministered so much to them. There are three main goals for Word Study:
1. To grow spiritually, to study God's Word and learn more about Him
2. Clean, maintain, and enhance the facilities of King's Camp
3. To train young adults to be true servant leaders using Jesus' example.

WHO IS ELIGIBLE FOR WORK STUDY?

Every Work Study Applicant must be registered for camp before applying for Work Study. All young men and women who are 14-18 years of age and want to serve Christ through service to the camp are eligible for Work Study. We are not looking for perfect people but people wanting to grow and serve. The purpose of Word Study is to help young people to rise to a new level of faith and action in their lives.

WHAT DOES WORK STUDY DO?

The basic chores of work-study include serving meals, taking out trash, sweeping, and other general maintenance jobs. These are just the basics that need to be done each day, and only take up a small part of the day. The rest of the day will involve working on camp improvement projects such as building, painting, fixing, etc. There will also be lots of time for fellowship, fun activities and down time. Each day there will be an extended devotion and prayer time, as well as attendance and participation in the camp worship and teaching each night. It's not all work though, there are lots of free times, surprise activities and fun!

HOW MUCH DOES WORK STUDY COST?

Nothing, each Work Study member will have room and board covered for the week they are in the program.