Health & Wellness Team
You protect us and hold it all together. Everyone will look to you and lean on you, to help us overcome everything from an upset stomach to a hiking injury. You handle the chaos with clarity and grace, caring for our spirits as well as our bodies.
Come be one of the most trusted staff members at Catoctin, Opequon, Shiloh, or Teen Adventure. You help us stay healthy and safe and deal with the many surprises that happen during a summer at camp.
An ideal member of the Health & Wellness Team is either a Physician, a Nurse, or an EMT and can dedicate at least two weeks to being at camp. You can live on-site or commute each day.
Pay starts at $1000 a week, depending on qualifications and experience.
Job Responsibilities Include:
- Managing and Administering Medications
- Tracking Wellness Center Visit Information
- Communicating with Families and Staff
- Assembling and Maintaining First-Aid Kits
- Building Relationships and Trust
You fill us up. The kitchen is where everything is made possible, and your wholesome, healthy, made-from-scratch meals sustain our entire camp community. You’ll be a part of the team that makes meals happen for all of camp, either as a Kitchen Manager, a Kitchen Assistant, or a Work Grant volunteer.
An ideal Culinary Team member has food handling experience and is able to work with a diverse and multi-generational group in a fast-paced and physical environment.
Pay starts at $750 a week, depending on role and experience.
Job Responsibilities Include:
- Preparing Meals for Campers & Staff
- Teamwork & Collaboration
- Safe Food Handling
- Maintaining Cleanliness
- Planning and Purchasing for Meals
As a Work Granter, you play an incredibly valuable role in both the operations and the spirit of BYM Camps. You can serve in one of three roles: Kitchen Assistant, Maintenance Assistant, or Medical Assistant. Work Granters typically stay for one week, but a two-week stay is possible.
Compensation is $500 a week, given in the form of financial aid.
That financial aid can be applied to a specific camper, or it can be donated to the general BYM Campership fund.
Work Granters often are parents or guardians of a camper, but this is not a requirement. Additionally, through our Sliding Scale Tuition System, families have access to other forms of financial aid.
Work Grant registration opens January 16th. For more information on how to register, click here.
Leadership & Specialist Positions
The campers and families of BYM Camps benefit from strong leadership staff and passionate specialized staff who bring their unique talents to camp. We re-build our leadership teams and re-design our specialist positions each summer to meet the needs of campers and staff, so available positions vary from year to year.
Please see below for any positions that we are actively hiring for, please forward them along to anyone who might be interested, and please apply if that interested person is you!