Applications are now open! Click here to APPLY. See below for more information or email us at volunteer@victoryjunction.org or call us at 336.495.2073.

Female volunteer talking to camper

Few things are more rewarding than helping a child expand their boundaries and achieve things they never thought possible. Our volunteers play a large part in that process. Are you looking for that type of experience?

Volunteer Opportunities

Family Weekend Camp

Our Family Weekend Camps are designed for the whole family. These programs run from Friday night to Sunday afternoon and provide the opportunity for families to explore the magic of Camp together!

Traditional Summer Camp

Our Traditional Summer Camp programs are overnight programs designed specifically for individual campers between the ages of 6-16 to come to experience the magic of Victory Junction with other kids just like them! These programs are run by a wonderful group of summer staff, volunteers, full-time staff, and medical professionals!

Spring 2024 “Spring Vibes” Schedule

VJ General Session: February 23-25**
Trillium #1 (Partnership) March 8-10**
Golden Ticket* Weekend #1: March 15-17**
Trillium #2 (Partnership) April 12-14
Golden Ticket* Weekend #2: April 19-21
Autism Family Weekend: April 26-28

*Golden Tickets mean all things new at VJ! We want to extend a special invitation to all families who have never attended a VJ program and/or those who have never attended a family weekend to apply for this program.
**Flu shots are required for this program.


Volunteers must be 18 years of age and a high school graduate. High school graduates must be 18 by the end of their senior year (May/June 2024) to be eligible.
Have the physical and mental capability to care for campers
Complete all pieces of the application process, including our online application, phone interview and provide contacts for 1 personal and 1 professional reference
Complete and submit all medical requirements, which includes an on line health screening form, MMR, Varicella and Tdap documentation. (Hepatitis B for Medical volunteers)
Pass a criminal background check
Attend orientation on your scheduled arrival day
Work with our staff and volunteer team collaboratively and effectively

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Volunteering FAQ

Q: How do I apply to volunteer to work with campers for a Weekend camp in the spring or fall or Week long in the summer?
A: For instructions on how to apply go to victoryjunction.org/application-teamvj/.

Q: I’ve volunteered before do I need to submit an application?
A: You will not need to complete a new application. To be considered we will need for you to go into your dashboard. Update your contact information and under forms complete the 2024 Return Volunteer Form and once received we will follow up with you

Q: What is a volunteer’s time commitment?
A: For our summer 2024 camps volunteers will arrive on Saturday and depart on Thursday. The only exception to this is our Session 4 (Neuro/Genetics week), when volunteers will arrive on Saturday and depart on Wednesday.

Q: Do you provide housing and meals?
A: For our summer and weekend camps, lodging and meals are provided.

Q: Do you provide transportation from the airport?
A: For our summer sessions we will have one shuttle available on arrival and departure days from the Greensboro airport, train, and bus station. If you do require a shuttle ride please ensure you request this with the Volunteer Program Manager at least two weeks prior to your arrival.

Q: Can I volunteer for multiple weeks in the summer?
A: We accept volunteers for up to 2 weeks in the summer.

Camper and male volunteer at fishing marina

Spring and Fall Positions

Family Pal

Family Pals are paired with a family and serve as their guide 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 important 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. In short, laugh, play and care for your campers! Families will live on cabin row and volunteers in program or medical lodges.

Program Pal

Program Pals provide programming which gives our campers the opportunity to try new things and push beyond their comfort zone. Volunteers in this role are assigned to oversee a program area such as Arts & Crafts, Woodshop, Archery, Boating, Fishing, Adam’s Race Shop or the Fab Shop. As a Program Pal you will join a family when your program area is closed so you can continue to experience all of the magic of camp.

Dining Hall Pal

Assist the Kitchen Manager/Chef with various duties, which includes setting up and cleaning up after each meal.

Stable Pal

Assist as needed in the stables. This includes leading campers on horses around our arena, participating in animal adventure, grooming, cleaning stalls and general stable duties.

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Summer 2024 Schedule

Session 1: Bleeding/GI: June 8-13
Session 2: Cerebral Palsy: June 15-20
Session 3; Sickle Cell/Oncology: June 22-27
Session 4: Neuro/Genetics: June 29 – July 3
Session 5: Physical Disabilities/Craniofacial: July 6-11
Session 6: Heart/Lung/Kidney: July 13-18
Session 7: Spina Bifida/Neuromuscular/Skeletal Dysplasia: July 20-25
Session 8: Rheumatology/Immunology/General: July 27 – August 1
Session 9: American Diabetes Association Partnership Week: August 3-8

*Summer session dates for volunteers will differ from the advertised camper dates to account for the required volunteer orientation.

Summer Positions

Cabin Counselor Volunteer

Volunteers take care of the daily needs of up to 8 campers working alongside our paid summer staff. This position requires being actively involved in the supervision, guidance and motivation of campers by building working relationships with the kids and staff to ensure that a high standard of care is maintained. This position requires long, demanding hours and is a life-changing and rewarding experience. Cabin Counselors are expected to sing, dance and be silly- we play like kids!

Stable Pal

Assist as needed in the stables. This includes leading campers on horses around our arena, participating in animal adventure, grooming, cleaning stalls and general stable duties.

Dining Hall Pal

Assist the Kitchen Manager/Chef with various duties which includes setting up and cleaning up after each meal.


Day opportunity – Help transport campers from various parts of North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia. One third of our campers need our assistance in being able to get to and from camp and drivers and ride alongs are needed on arrival and departure days. All trips will originate from camp and we provide the vehicles and training. CDL license is not required but is highly recommended.