- Summer Camp
- About the Camp
Looking for a rewarding short-term missions trip for yourself or your group? Camp Echoing Hills is the perfect opportunity for you to work with some of God’s special children who are often forgotten – those with special needs. You can follow the example Christ set before us by reaching out to those easily left out of life and the church because of their disability. Our missions opportunities are available for individuals, church groups, work groups and school groups. We need volunteers for our programs - summer camp, respite weekends, family camps and events - and we also need volunteers for a number of projects throughout the year. If you'd like to come and volunteer at Camp...then we'll find the best fit for you!
Please see the summer camp missions shown below for descriptions and examples of the qualifications required for each summer camp mission.
Every volunteer at camp is considered a CIA. Within the CIA team there are Helping Hands, Cabin Counselors, CITs, Cabin Moms & Dads, Cook’s Helpers, Maintenance Helpers, Medical Team, Camp Lifeguards and Camp Photographers.
Please see the missions shown below for descriptions and examples of the qualifications required for each mission.
14 and 15-year-old volunteers who do various service projects around camp. These are the wonderful people that will serve your meals in the dining hall, wash dishes and clean bathrooms.
16 to 20-year-old volunteers who will assist Cabin Counselors by being an extra set of eyes and ears. You will assist where needed during all camp activities - helping the campers when they arrive at camp, getting them ready for the day, joining in Camper Cabin Fellowship. You will be assigned to sleep in the Staff Cabin.
17 to 25-year-old volunteers whose duties are to unconditionally love and accept their camper and to care for all their camper’s daily needs. To be an effective counselor, you must be willing to put aside your own personal desires and needs during your entire week of camp. You must be willing to share God's Word during cabin devotions. The counselors live in the cabins with their campers and are assigned the duty of overseeing and teaching the campers.
26-years-old and over volunteers who are, mom-and-dad type people, that are assigned to camper cabins to ensure the campers have the best time possible at camp. They serve as role models, do laundry, straighten up cabins, provide assistance with activities where needed and offer loving encouragement to the cabin staff and volunteers.
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