The time we spend on this Earth is but a vapor in comparison with eternity. As such, we focus on what is everlasting, running the race before us.
Summer camp is a place of extreme fellowship as the people you work with quickly become the family you get to know.
As we are working for God and not for men, that we are to give our all in every situation. Whether it happens while planning activities or teaching riding lessons, we pursue mastery in every aspect of camp.
Camp exists that campers might come and gain the knowledge that leads to salvation.
There is no higher purpose than growing ever deeper in love with our Savior Jesus Christ. As such, we focus on Him, the author and perfecter of our faith to provide us with the focus, energy, and passion to accomplish his missions at camp.
Lead various camp activities as well as help manage and coordinate counselors.
Develop and run evening ministry time for all support staff.
Carry out the direct ministry to the campers is carried on primarily through Camp Counselors. They live with campers, teach activities, lead cabin Bible times, and share experiences to build relationships. Counselors minister in two-person teams in a cabin setting to campers ages 7-14. They are with campers at all times throughout the work week but are allotted 2 hours off each morning to get some much needed R&R.
Teach horseback riding lessons, assist campers on trail rides, and care for the critter corral.
Responsible for the upkeep of the pool and overseeing all morning, afternoon, and evening swim times.
Responsible for restocking the camp store. May be required to lift heavy loads during restocking of supplies.
Ensure staff and campers are well fed through many delicious delicacies.
Includes operating small machinery such as lawnmowers, weed eaters, blowers, etc. Keeps up repairs on camp equipment.
Put parents at ease through daily posting and make Triple R Ranch look great with weekly highlight videos.
Connect campers with the outdoors that they might meet God through his magnificent creation.
Keep campers and staff feeling their best through administered medications and a whole lot of bandaids.
Fill in the scheduling gaps during activities and help around where needed.
Junior Support Staff work in their designated area and serve the needs of camp. All Junior Support staff are required to participate in the Junior Staff Program each evening.
- Must be 16 years or older
- Actively attend church or
-Must be at least 15 years old to
-Must arrive by 2pm on the first
day of each session and stay
overnight on camp property
until 5pm on the final day of
Want a taste of multiple positions to learn what we have to offer? After you apply, if approved, you'll be assigned for up to two weeks of camp! Due to the number of applicants, every volunteer may not receive their primary position choice.
Once we've received your application and references, we'll reach out with more info!
Our staff are the core of summer camp. After a two week training prior to the first week of arriving campers, they man positions ranging from Counselors, Barn Staff, Lifeguards, and Maintenance.
- Must have been out of
high school for one year
- Must have an attitude and
heart for service
- Must be willing to teach
and to learn daily truths
of the gospel
Head Counselors lead power hour and morning fireside as well as help manage and coordinate counselors. They aim to keep you motivated and to give you the tools to do your job!
Support staff coordinators are chosen because of their strong ability to lead. They focus on creating a ministry for everyone who is not a counselor. They develop and run evening ministry time for all support staff. They aim to keep you motivated and to give you the tools to do your job!
The direct ministry to the campers is carried on primarily through Camp Counselors. They live with campers, teach activities, lead cabin Bible times, and share experiences to build relationships. Counselors minister in two-person teams in a cabin setting to campers ages 7-14. They are with campers at all times throughout the work week but are allotted 2 hours off each morning to get some much needed R&R.
For those of us who don't mind rising with the sun, getting some dirt under the nails, and spending quality time with around 50 horses. Barn staff may be assigned to teach horseback riding lessons or assist campers on trail rides.
Lifeguards are responsible for the upkeep of the pool and overseeing all morning, afternoon, and evening swim times. This person must have up-to-date Lifeguard certification at the start of summer camp.
For more information about certification classes, please contact our summer camp administrator: firstname.lastname@example.org
Keep our camp well equipped. The camp store manager makes sure items are stocked and drinks are ice cold. Work hours generally are from 9am-5pm though earlier hours may be required for restocking runs in town. Camp Store Managers may be required to lift heavy loads during restocking of supplies.
The Kitchen Staff work under the direct supervision of the Food Service Director and are responsible for cooking and meal preparation. Food service experience is not required. Kitchen Staff generally work two of the three meals per day.
This position includes operating small machinery such as lawnmowers, weed eaters, blowers, etc. Maintenance keeps up repairs on camp equipment. Work is generally outdoors and may require lifting up to 40 pounds.
Our media team put parents at ease through daily posting and make Triple R Ranch look great with weekly highlight videos. Photographers are expected to post 150 images a day along with preparing an end of the week slide. Videographers are expected to film daily and prepare an end of the week video.
Love turtles & frogs & lizards & spiders & hawks & fish? Do you know the difference between "poisonous" and "venomous"? Nature Staff teach campers not only how the world works, but even more importantly, how much they are loved by its creator. Responsibilities include Nature Hut upkeep, teaching the Nature skill area, and teaching afternoon electives during camp free time.
For those with a healer's hand, our onsite camp medical team ensures the health and well-being of our campers and staff.
Contact our camp administrator for more information on requirements: email@example.com
Due to the extreme amount of activities we offer here at camp, it takes a few extra hands to staff everything we do. As such, skill area instructors are here to fill in all those little gaps, running morning activities with the campers in the morning and helping where needed in the afternoon.
Once we've received your application and reference contacts, we'll reach out to set up an interview!
That's totally fine! As long as you bring a positive attitude and a spirit ready for service, we can train you on everything you need to know.
We understand that although you'd love to work at a camp, you also have a family who would love to see you, too! As long as you let us know at the beginning of the summer, you are more than welcome to take a week off where need be.
Want to work at Camp but also need to knock out those pesky internship requirements? We've got you covered! Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to look into the possibilities.
Staff are required to be on camp each Sunday by 3pm. Campers leave at 6pm each Friday. Outside of a few restrictions, what you do with the time in between is your own!
We understand that our staff love the ranch and want others to enjoy it, too! During the week though, visitors can become a major distraction from the ministry we are working to accomplish. So, family and friends are only welcome to come out during time off while campers are not here.
Once summer gets a little bit closer, a packing list will be sent your way.