We operate two beautiful camp properties, Camp Evelyn in Plymouth, Wisconsin, and Camp Manitou in Shoto, Wisconsin. Camp Evelyn has over 240 acres of forest with access to Crystal Lake and the Mullet River. Camp Manitou has over 140 acres of forest with access to the West Twin River and our own beautiful Serenity Lake. Each summer over 1,000 girls, ranging in age from 6 to 17 years old, attend camp. Girls have the option of staying just for the day or overnight. The camping season starts in June and goes through the end of August.
We are looking for qualified staff who are excited about helping girls grow strong and are committed to their jobs. Students in all fields will benefit by working with children in an informal setting. Applicants should realize that the job of a camp staff is challenging, demanding and requires a great deal of patience and understanding. We invest in our staff by providing the highest quality training so they are equipped to face opportunities and challenges with newly gained skills. Thank you for your interest in working at camp!
What Staff have to Say about their Experience:
Working at camp is a fantastic experience that I would highly recommend to anyone looking for a summer job working with children! I had the opportunity to step out of my comfort zone and take on a leadership role. My summers spent at camp were some of the best summers that I have had!
-Camp Staff, 2016
Camp has an unbelievable way of teaching me something new every summer, providing me with stories, allowing me to meet new friends and I could not imagine my life without camp.
-Camp Staff, 2015
Working at camp was a great experience! Everyone was very nice and helpful. Camp helped me come out of my comfort zone and I really enjoyed working with all of the campers!
-Camp Staff, 2015
When I accepted a job at Camp Evelyn, I knew my summer was going to be a blast. What I didn't know is, that this place would grab onto my heart and never let go. It's very hard to describe the magic of camp. You just need to experience it to fully understand.
-Camp Staff, 2014
Camp teaches you skills to use in non-camp situations, like how to stay calm in an emergency, how to delegate tasks, teamwork, how to depend on your coworkers, how to find something good in every person you encounter, communication, and time management. - Camp Staff, 2012
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