Camp Evelyn is located near Plymouth, Wisconsin and has over 240 acres of forest with access to Crystal Lake and the Mullet River. Each summer over 1,000 girls attend camp, ranging in age from 6 to 17 years old. They have the option of staying two nights, five nights, or twelve nights. The camping season starts in the beginning of June and goes through the end of August.
Students in the fields of education, social work, human services, outdoor education, psychology, sociology and recreation will benefit by working with children in an informal setting. The creativity, energy and enthusiasm necessary for working at camp provides students from all fields with great training for any career. These skills and experiences are important for job searches as well as students personal and professional growth. 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 Evelyn!
What Staff Have to Say About Their Experience?
Camp is my home away from home where I've learned about myself and make friends to last a lifetime! --camp staff, 2014
Camp is not only rewarding for the girls, it’s also rewarding for the staff. Being a role model is the best reward a staff member could ask for. --camp staff, 2013
Camp also 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
I loved helping to make an impact in the lives of each and every girl that they will carry on with them for the rest of their lives, just like camp did for me. --camp staff, 2011
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