Summer Staff

 

 

 
 
 
Each summer, Cedar Lake Ministries hires around twenty summer staff members to serve our program through eight weeks of day and overnight camp.  These students must have a desire to serve the Lord and a willingness to be a contributing member of a team that seeks to impact campers for Christ.  Serving on summer staff is a challenging yet rewarding experience that pushes the individual to grow in their relationship with the Lord.
 
 

 

To Qualify for Summer Staff:

  • You must know Jesus Christ as your personal Lord and Savior. 
  • You must have a willing heart to be used by God wherever He would send you.
  • Your conduct must reflect that of Jesus Christ
  • You must be willing to contribute to a team that seeks to clearly communicate the good news of Christ.
  • You must be willing to commit a full summer to service.
  • You must be 16 years or older.  (Please note that some positions require a higher minimum age.)
 

 

Interested in joining our 2021 team?

 

 

College Credit 

Are you college student looking for summer college credit? Did you know that Cedar Lake Ministries gives college students the ability to earn college credit while being apart of our summer staff? To be apart of this new opportunity please apply for Summer staff 2021. 

 

 

Available Positions

 

Program Assistants – 

Assist in providing an environment for kids to be impacted by Jesus through collaboration with other team members by maintaining the schedule and implementing summer camp programming. This is a role that requires strong servant leadership skills, a desire to support and encourage Team Leaders, and the accountability of summer staff in dorms. Must be positive role models. Program staff must have previous camp or related experience. Age 21 or older is preferred. 

Media Assistant

Responsible for ensuring sound for all sessions, working with speakers and worship leaders on any slide presentations, mics, tv’s – ensuring any and all equipment ready for sessions. Responsible for playing CLM provided soundtrack prior to the session beginning. Capture video and photos of camper’s daily activities, including but not limited to small groups, sessions, waterfront, dining hall, specialty camp, etc. Weekly video prepared to be played during the closing session every week. Soundtrack must be approved by Program Staff. Prefer college student in media/marketing major ages 18-23.

 

Support Staff

Responsible to work under the supervision of Program Assistants. Come alongside Program staff to assist in the implementation of daily schedule, games and activities. Assist Camp Counselors as assigned by Program Assistants. Will serve daily as Aquatic Observers at the waterfront. This is a leadership preparation role that will work closely with the Program Assistants and will fulfill duties as assigned. This position is for high school students interested in eventually being a Camp Counselor or Program Assistant. Ages 16-18

 

Kandy Kabin Assistants

Responsible to work under the supervision of the Program Coordinator. Oversee the sales and organization of the Kandy Kabin. Will be responsible for keeping the Kandy Kabin clean at all times, ensuring a fun, safe place for campers, Camp Counselors and guests. Must be willing to engage in conversation with campers and guests, serving with a friendly attitude. Ensure inventory is taken in a timely manner and provide purchase list to Program Coordinator by the due date. Music played through sound system will be provided by leadership. Ages 16-18.


Camp Counselors

Primary responsibility is the care and supervision of campers during each week of camp, in our Day Camp and/or Overnight Camp. Serve as facilitator of small groups, games and activities, have meaningful conversations with campers while showing responsibility for creating a safe, positive, fun camp environment in our Day Camp and Overnight Camp sessions. Must be 18 years old with one year of college completed. 


Lifeguards

Responsible to work under the supervision of Cedar Lake Ministries’ Program Coordinator. Supervision of all waterfront related activities such as boating, tubing, swimming, ensuring that campers have a fun, safe experience at the waterfront. Ensuring upkeep of facilities and equipment. Requires active monitoring and enforcing rules to ensure the well-being of campers on the lakefront.

 

Health Officer 

Current RN student or current CNA who will provide for camper’s basic needs by overseeing the collection, storage and distribution of camper medication. Prepared to care for minor injuries and equipped to handle major emergencies. CPR/First Aid certification preferred. Age 20 or older is preferred. 

 

Have Questions?

We’d love to answer them!  Please reach out to: program@cedarlakeministries.org