Our summer camp program runs from June through August. The summer staff and volunteer application opens on December 1st.
*Paid Summer Staff Position
Unit Nurses work side-by-side with our full-time medical staff to provide primary care to a group of 25-32 campers with specific diagnoses. Job responsibilities include following each camper’s individual plan of care as detailed by their home physician or specialist, providing needed treatments, medication administration, and supporting the Full-time medical staff with paperwork. Unit Nurses must be a certified RN with experience to be considered.
Night Shift Nurse*
The night shift registered nurse will primarily work 8pm – 8am Sunday evening to Thursday morning. This person will assist with nighttime routines and receive sign-out from the Unit Nurses during the day. Responsibilities include addressing overnight issues with campers, administering night time medications, and consulting with on-call providers as needed.
Body Shop Intern*
As a part of the summer medical team, this position offers additional support to the unit nurses and campers. In addition to clinical responsibilities, this person will assist with administrative tasks in the Body Shop and making sure campers are having fun! A new graduate registered nurse or a senior nursing student will be considered for this position.
Volunteer Medical Staff
We rely on our wonderful network of volunteer nurses, nurse practitioners, physicians, physician assistants, EMTs, and pharmacists to provide the best possible care for our campers. Registered nurses are responsible for administering medications and providing routine, daily care to our campers. Physicians, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants staff the Body Shop to assess and treat conditions that may arise throughout the week. EMTs staff our high risk areas while providing on-site, back-up for any emergency that may arise. Pharmacists and nurses are needed for check-in days on Sundays only. Student nurses may also join the team to provide additional support to our nurses.