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Evergreen

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Camp Evergreen has had a lasting impact on the lives of countless campers, volunteers and staff. By God’s grace, we hope to continue making a difference for many years to come. We rely on the generous support of individuals like you to fulfill our mission and calling. Please consider partnering with us by praying for our ministry, volunteering your time, or making a financial contribution.

How you can
Help

  • Pray • Pray • Pray • Pray • Pray • Pray • Pray

    Prayer is our foundation. Without God’s blessing and the Holy Spirit’s work, our efforts will never have an eternal impact. If you feel passionate about praying for our ministry, please consider joining our Prayer Team.

    Follow What’s Happening at Camp

    Stay up-to-date on the story of Camp Evergreen, and see how your prayers help transform lives.

  • Volunteer • Volunteer • Volunteer • Volunteer • Volunteer

    Volunteer at Camp Evergreen

    We won’t blame you if you thought camp was only a summer thing, but Camp Evergreen is more than the average sleepaway camp! Our site is bustling with activity all year round, and we need great staff to help us operate our seasons: Spring (May and June), Summer (July and August), Fall (September to mid-November) and Winter (November to April).

    Volunteer Job Descriptions

    Camp Evergreen welcomes all interested volunteers to fill out an application, and we’ll help find a role suitable for your experience and interests. You can also browse the list of specific volunteer positions below and apply directly for that job.

    • Junior Cabin Leader
      (7 female positions and 5 male positions, 17+years)

      • Under the leadership of their Head Cabin Leader (HCL), Junior Cabin Leader (JCLs) are responsible for a cabin for 7 weeks of the summer. Cabins typically have 10 campers. Working together, the cabin leaders are responsible for the total care of campers while they’re at camp.
      • Required to create a unified, fun, exciting and Christ-centred atmosphere.
      • These volunteers will need to be willing and prepared to work with campers who have behavioural and learning challenges. Head Cabin Leaders are required to work with and help these campers have the best possible week. JCLs will have support from their HCL, Summer Directors and Head Counselors.
      • Will be required to learn and co-lead activities.
      • Need to be willing and ready to share the Gospel.
      • JCLs need to be creative, enthusiastic, energetic and positive. JCLs need to love of kids and always put their campers first.
      • This position is considered a teaching position. Junior Cabin Leaders must fill out the main staff application.
    • Barn Staff
      (5-6 positions, 17+years)

      • These volunteers will assist the Head Wrangler and Assistant Wrangler in implementing our Horsemanship Program and Guest Group trail rides.
      • They are responsible for daily chores and training horses as set forward by the Head Wrangler and Assistant Wrangler.
      • Will be required to go on a Trails Away Out-Trip and possibly be a Junior Cabin Leader.
      • Will be required to assist in teaching a variety of outdoor education and recreation groups in May and June.
    • Kitchen Staff
      (3-4 positions, 17+years)

      • These volunteers will assist the Food Service Manager and Assistant Cook in prepping, cooking, cleaning, and presenting meals from the kitchen.
      • May also be asked to aid in the preparation of the Out-Trip menus.
    • Maintenance
      (1 position)

      • This volunteer assists the Assistant Maintenance in their responsibilities. This may include, but is not limited to fencing, building repair, cutting grass, special projects, landscaping, infrastructure repair and maintenance.
      • Will be required to work with the Pit Crew Campers on their work projects.