When you work at camp, you'll develop communication skills and creativity as you collaborate with other staff members and engage with campers. You'll model compassion and improve problem-solving skills, managing a group of campers and leading camp activities. You'll help resolve camper conflicts and guide campers as they navigate new experiences away from home.
Staff must be 18 years of age by their start date and can not be enrolled in high school for the next school year.
View employment dates and available positions.
|Camp Cloud Rim||Employment Dates – 2023|
|Waterfront & Lifeguard Training||June 5-7|
|Administrative/Director Positions||June 8 - August 12|
|All Staff Positions||June 12 - August 12|
|Trefoil Ranch||Employment Dates – 2023|
|Challenge Course Training||May 29 - June 2|
|Administrative/Director Positions||May 28 - August 11|
|Equestrian Positions||May 29 - August 17|
|All Staff Positions||June 5 - August 11|
Learn what it's like to work at a Girl Scouts of Utah camp, as well as what you'll gain from the experience.
Camp Staff FAQs (PDF)
A sample week at camp (PDF)
Why camp is a real job (PDF)
Why GSU camps (PDF)