Build your resume with several leadership positions available, dual role counselor/activity specialist & counselor/horseback riding instructors and more at our two summer camp locations.
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*Please note, we are unable to sponsor international staff this summer.
Looking for an adventure while you build your resume and develop leadership skills? At both Camp Wai Lani and Camp Wildwood, we’re seeking those who want to join a creative team passionate about the benefits of camp, having an impact on girls lives, and building their resume with leadership skills, professional development, and certifications. Staff applicants who are 18 by June 12 can apply for paid positions such as:
*View full positions descriptions and apply at www.gswcf.org/careers Wage range varies by position and all positions include housing and meals*
Camp Wai Lani in Palm Harbor FL is set on 45 acres directly on the Gulf of Mexico, right outside Tampa and St. Petersburg/Clearwater. Wai Lani’s unique features include an active waterfront area to canoe, kayak, and paddleboard bordered by beautiful mangroves where you can see dolphins leaping in the distance, an interactive marine lab, refreshing pool, ceramics kiln, a challenge course with a climbing tower and zip line, and all-air conditioned cabins with campers housed in two-story buildings featuring screened-in patios on the first floor.
Camp Wildwood, our equestrian camp in Wildwood, FL is about 75 miles northeast of Tampa. Wildwood offers 600 acres of original Florida – piney woods and palmettos in sandy soil, huge live oaks with Spanish moss and marshlands. Wildwood’s unique features include an active equestrian center for horseback riding, interactive nature center, a beloved pioneer homestead program, Junior Olympic sized pool, and a beautiful new lakefront with new lakeside cabins. Campers stay in cabins or dormitory style buildings.
No previous Girl Scout experience is required. Our staff come from a variety of backgrounds, those who’ve grown up at our camps, and those whose first camp and Girl Scout adventure is with us on staff. You’ll gain valuable experience working with children, working outdoors, and make memories that will last a lifetime.
Benefits include: Paid training (including CPR/First Aid), housing and meals, bi-weekly paychecks, and optional paid certifications such as lifeguarding, archery instruction, and canoe/kayak instruction.
Non-leadership positions may have flexibility for either full or partial summer commitments. Staff commit to training and/or working May 15 or 22–July 31. Staff receive a short break during the week of the Fourth of July and 24 hours off between Saturday and Sunday each week.
View full positions descriptions and apply at www.gswcf.org/careers. Questions? email@example.com