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    Want to Work at Frontier Lodge?

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    Why Work With Us?

    Frontier Lodge is dedicated to developing leadership potential and fostering Christian discipleship through providing various opportunities to volunteer at camp during the summer.

    Enjoy one of the most exciting places to invest a summer. It's a time of incredible growth as together we experience the power of Christ firsthand. It's also a time of countless changed lives as campers of all backgrounds will be introduced to the love of Christ, many for the very first time.

    Exciting programs, endless activities, powerful music, challenging speakers and wild adventure, all combined with the love of Christ in action. Imagine serving side by side on a dynamic team united in vision and committed to Christ and to each other. Imagine a summer that will make an eternal difference in young lives, and in your own.

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    Programs

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    Youth Volunteers

    The backbone of camp, youth aged 14 or older can volunteer to work a week or more with the work crew, in the kitchen or special activities. A great time for learning how camp works behind the scenes, making new friends and having fun while providing a valuable service to camp.

    Junior Counselor Program

    Training young people to work with children for four weeks, this program is open to those 14 and up. During their four weeks these Junior Counselors will live in a cabin and work with campers under the supervision of an Senior counselor. They will have several morning sessions dedicated to teaching specific counseling skills and practices.

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    Adult Volunteers

    For those 17 and up, adults and college-age people. You have the opportunity to set the standard and help lead camp by volunteering a week of your time as a cabin counselor, program aide or working in the areas of kitchen, work crew, administration, nursing or program specialties. If you have specific skills we can put them to use.

    How to Apply

    1. Fill out a registration form

    The registration form covers some basic information about you along with your statement of faith and your job experience.

    2. Find three references

    Find three adults who know you well, and have them each fill out a reference form. We recommend asking your pastor, one of your youth group leaders, or a teacher. References from parents or other family members will be disregarded.

    3. Fill out a medical form

    The medical form covers things like allergies, medications, emergency contacts, and dietary restrictions.

    4. Background check

    If you're over 18, we require a background check before you can work with campers.

    Staff Positions

    If any of these roles interest you, please fill out an application today.
    If you have any questions about the positions or concerns about whether you are ready or qualified; please contact us at 819-844-2277.

    • (Minimum age 14) Working in the kitchen is a lot of fun, you'll grow close with your co workers, learn what it’s like to be in a very busy environment and get the satisfaction of knowing that you got to be part of making camp a big success
      Kitchen
    • (Minimum age 14) On the Work Crew you will help keep camp running from the daily clean up of buildings to special projects like painting or making stairs.
      Work Crew
    • (Minimum age 16) Program staff members may or may not live in cabins with campers. Their primary job will be to assist with the overall camp program making sure things run smoothly and consistently. This may be getting props ready for skits, helping to lead music, coming up with dramas or anything else to help out with the program.
      Program Staff
    • (Minimum age 15) Live in a cabin with a group of campers and a Senior counselor. Learn what it is to be a day in and day out role model. As a Junior Counselor you will also assist in an activity area.
      Junior Counselor
    • (Minimum age 17) Live in a cabin with campers and a co counselor or junior counselor. Impact a group of young people and create a positive experience for campers. As campers grow you will find yourself growing as well.
      Senior Counselor
    • *Must have certifications. Will report to Waterfront Director.
      Lifeguard
    • Will work under the head cook and assist with meal preparation or specialize in one area like desserts.
      Cook
    • *Must meet qualifications of RN Will live in the infirmary and be responsible for medications and all the scrapes and bruises that occur at camp.
      Nurse
    • If you can only come a few days or perhaps living in a cabin is not for you but you are interested in working at camp, come help in our office, answer the phone, help in the tuck shop, stuff envelopes, we always need extra hands.
      Administration Help

    Reference Forms

    Application Forms