Director Elizabeth Shreckhise essentially grew up at camp, not only attending, but working her way up the ladder the old fashioned way.
There’s lots of reasons to work at our summer camp, starting with the nourishing natural setting. But for 2022 we’ll go one better — it’s our 100th summer and it’s going to be a blow out!
First Term Head Counselor Mae Dandridge writes about her job leading the counselors and working with all the girls at camp!
Mini Camp Director Beth-Anne (BA) Clark Thomas reflects on the joys of having known her fellow campers for about 50 years! What a bond it’s been!
Editor’s Note: As of today’s date, this Staff Training blog post actually refers to the last couple of weeks. Now we’re deep into the First Term of camp (after Mini Camp). But because we’re so busy at camp letting camp be camp, we don’t move as quickly to get stories like this onto the blog, but […]
Camp needs interns in the summer, and year-round. Learn about what one intern did for us, and craft your own internship, too!
A summer to reset after a year of lockdown may actually be just “what the doctor ordered!” Apply today to work at our nearly 100-year-old all-girls camp.
We’re proud to welcome Cami as our new Leadership Program Coordinator, a position in charge of further developing and nurturing our leadership programs.
“The Circle Game” song at camp reminds us that we visit at different ages and stages, including working at camp as a counselor. What is your circle game story? Want to get one? Then join us at camp on our staff!