High school students ages 16 and older can volunteer in the Camp Sealth LEAD Program. LEADs must attend a required training week, then volunteer for three additional weeks, earning up to 200 service hours.
Provide routine and emergency health care for campers and staff, working under a physician’s standing orders. Health care certification required: RN, LPN, student nurse, CNA, EMT, paramedic, or physician. Health care staff may volunteer one or more weeks, and may exchange volunteer service for camp tuition.
Spend a week at Camp Fire Day Camp near you learning about what it takes to be a Day Camp Counselor. You’ll spend time with other CITs learning about leadership and working with kids while enjoying some of your favorite Day Camp activities. CITs will also get a chance to shadow Teen Counselors and their camper groups for part of the week to try out your new skills!
Teens entering 9th or 10th grade in the fall are eligible to volunteer as LEADs. LEADs will spend time in a variety of program areas such as games, outdoor cooking, arts & crafts, nature, and more.
Teens entering 11th or 12th grade in the fall can volunteer at Camp Fire Day Camps as Teen Counselors. With your co-counselor, you will be assigned a group of campers and lead them through their week at Day Camp.
There is a need for many different skill sets at Day Camp! Adults can volunteer at any of our Day Camp sites except for Camp Sealth as counselors, activity specialists, purchasers, equipment managers or health care managers.
This volunteer position is available to recent former Camp Sealth staff. Alumni volunteers must have worked at least one full summer and attended staff training within the past 5 years.