Junior Staff

Junior Staff Retreat!

From July 14-17, 2020, Youth Farm Bible Camp is hosting a Retreat for all those who wish they could be working as a junior staff this summer. Please fill out BOTH of the two forms below in order to apply for the retreat. The second form must be filled out by your parent or guardian. There is a $10 cost for the retreat which includes a camp T-shirt! This is for those who have completed grade 8 in school. More details will be posted!

Registration - 7:00pm - Tuesday, July 14
Pick up - 11:00am - Friday, July 17

Apply for Junior Staff Retreat!

Parent waiver form

PLEASE NOTE THAT THERE WILL BE NO JUNIOR STAFF POSITIONS FOR 2020. A RETREAT IS BEING PLANNED FOR JUNIOR STAFF THIS YEAR, DETAILS FOR THAT ARE ABOVE. THANK YOU FOR YOUR INTEREST AND WE HOPE TO SEE YOU NEXT YEAR!

 

All Junior Staff positions are voluntary, unpaid, leadership training experiences.  You must have completed grade 9 in order to apply for one of these positions. 

Apply for a Junior Staff Position

Counselor-in-Training

One-three week position
Responsible to the CIT Director

If you are looking for a summer opportunity to serve others and grow in your faith the counselor-in-training position is a great fit! You will assist the counselors, working with them as a team, to give the campers a super camp experience. You will be placed in a cabin, alongside a counselor, who will give you guidance and encouragement as you grow in leadership and service skills.  The campers are your main priority, serving them, showing God's love, and sharing your faith.  These will come in practical, physical ways, as well as, spiritual ways. A few examples of CIT tasks are leading wake-up games, skill groups, and one night of cabin devotions.

 

Wrangler-in-Training

One-three week position
Responsible to the Wrangler and CIT Director

The wrangler-in-training positions are for those of you who love animals! You will feed the horses and the petting zoo animals, as well as, complete daily chores in the petting zoo.  You will also spend time with the campers during skills time by assisting the wrangler in leading these riding lessons. This will give you the opportunity to serve, show God's love, and share your faith with the campers.  You will also be sleeping in a cabin during your WIT weeks, connecting with the campers and other staff though this experience.  During downtime, you will be able to ride and exercise the horses along side the wangler, who will be mentoring you throughout your weeks at camp.  The wrangler will give you guidance and encouragement as you grow in your faith and leadership skills.

 

Junior Kitchen Help

One-three week position
Responsible to the Head Cook and CIT Director

Everyone loves camp food and getting to be behind the scenes is even better! Junior kitchen help will work alongside the head cook to either help prepare and serve meals and/or be a part of the cleanup crew.  This is an opportunity to grow in leadership and servanthood, serving all the campers and staff in a practical way.  You will get to stay in a cabin with the campers and join in evening camp activities.   

 

Apply for a Junior Staff Position