Few things are more rewarding than helping a child expand their boundaries and achieve things they never thought possible. Our medical volunteers and summer staff play a large part in that process. Are you looking for that type of experience? Check back in January for opportunities.
We have a few requirements that our volunteers must meet. Due to the special needs of our campers, volunteers must be 19 years of age or older. The commitment for our nurse volunteers is (Friday evening – Wednesday afternoon). We welcome all nurses from all backgrounds to join us. We have a need for a nurse with ANY type of experience. Volunteers aren’t required to have pediatric experience to come play at camp, but must have a desire to support these special populations we serve!
* Please note, volunteers are also required to provide some additional onboarding paperwork, such as vaccination history (including Covid-19), health questionnaire, etc.
Summer Staff Requirements
We have a few requirements that our summer staff must meet. Due to the special needs of our campers, summer staff must be 19 years of age or 18 with at least one year of college. Summer staff positions are residential and require a commitment for the entire summer (Mid-May through Mid-August). Victory Junction is a high energy working environment, so our staff must physically and mentally able to help campers while maintaining a positive outlook.
* Please note, summer staff are also required to provide some additional onboarding paperwork, such as vaccination history (including Covid-19), health questionnaire, etc.
Fall & Spring Opportunities
Our family weekend program runs during the fall from September through November and the spring in March and April. The fall volunteer application opens on July 1st and the spring volunteer application opens on November 1st.
Medical Family Pal
As a health-care professional, you have the option to volunteer as a Medical Family Pal. Medical Family Pals are paired with a family and serve as their guides throughout the weekend. That means welcoming your family to camp, escorting them throughout their camp experience and enjoying the joys of camp with all members of the family. Your role is very import because as the initial face of Victory Junction and the family’s constant representation, you have a major part in the feel of camp and the community that is established. As a Medical Family Pal, you carry a “First Aid Backpack” with limited medications and supplies to be made available to our families and other volunteers should they be needed.
You must be licensed appropriately and eligible to practice medicine or nursing in North Carolina.