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Camp BlueSky Counselor 

Length of Service: 3-6 weeks (28th May - June 14th 2024 , 1st July -19th July 2024)


The Counselor’s (C) primary role will be to care for and guide campers as they engage in;- fun activities, adventurous challenges, and a spiritually rich community.

Counselors will serve under the leadership of Full-time and Seasonal BlueSky staff who are experienced, professional, and faithfully following Jesus in their lives. It is an opportunity for them to grow in their personal faith, strengthen their character through serving others, develop leadership and professional skills, and build positive friendships with peers.


  • Working with other camp staff members to implement camp programs and create a Christ- centered, fun, and safe environment for campers and other staff members.

  • Invite campers into spiritual and character growth by facilitating small group conversations and teaching the provided curriculum.

  • Leading, supporting, and playing with campers as they participate in age-appropriate activities.

  • Memorizing emergency procedures and monitoring campers to ensure compliance with camp rules and prevent accidents.

  • Maintaining and overseeing proper use of camp facilities and equipment.

  • Reporting and recording details of incidents, such as accidents or rule violations, to camp leadership staff.

  • Reports to the camp manager.


  • A self-professing Christ follower, actively involved in a Christian faith community and
    actively pursuing Christ on a consistent basis.

  • Heart for the nations with proven spiritual leadership experience.

  • Passion for adventure and the outdoors, along with a deep commitment to Christian faith and values.

  • You must be aged 19 years and above.

  • Must have a genuine interest in promoting a positive, safe, and fun environment for children is vital.

  • Previous experience working with children, whether in camps, after-school programs, tutoring, or babysitting can be beneficial.

  • Given the nature of many camp programs, being physically fit is a crucial requirement.

  • Ability to lead and inspire campers.

  • Effective in communicating with campers and staff.

  • Be able to address issues and conflicts that may arise among campers.

  • Must be patient and have compassion for campers and fellow staff.

  • Must be flexible and responsive to changing situations.

  • Having skills or knowledge in activities offered in camp can be advantageous.

  • Ability to work cooperatively with other staff with other staff members and integrate into the camp’s community.



  • Commitment to the BlueSky Vision: Purpose, Mission, and Core Values.

  • Willingness to commit for at least 3 weeks (1 staff training week and 2 Camp sessions)

For more information please contact Steph Kimsey at

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