Jr. Staff & Jr. Counselor Expectations

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• Have a personal relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ and serve Him with the best of your ability.
• Jr. Counselors live in the cabin with a Sr. Counselor and up to 10 campers. You are placed in this leadership position to assist your Sr. Counselor in any way needed. You are expected to provide a week of fun and spiritual growth for the campers. You may be asked to perform extra duties throughout the summer and we expect you to do them with a positive attitude.
• Jr. Staff Maintenance serve by maintaining the camp grounds and buildings.
• Jr. Staff Ladies serve in the dining hall and dish room as well as helping run the camp canteen and housekeeping.
• Must have completed your 9th grade year of high school by the time summer camp 2021 begins.
• Attend staff training. Wednesday, May 26th at 7:00pm to Friday, May 28th at 6:00pm
• During swim time be prepared to get in the pool with your campers.
• Jr. Counselors & Jr. Staff are not permitted to have cell phones during the week. The best thing for you to do is leave them at home.
• Abide by our camp dress code.
• Jr. Counselors-You will be expected to arrive each week you serve on Sunday evening by 7:00pm. We will have a meeting with the Program Director of the week. This will be a great time for you to get settled into your cabin and get to know your Sr. Counselor before the campers arrive on Monday. Jr. Staff-You arrive on Monday mornings at 9:30 am. (If you can’t come on Sunday evening, please note when you can arrive next to the weeks you would like to serve and what time you will be here.)
• On Friday evenings after our closing program with the campers and parents we clean the camp for the next week. We ask that you stay to help your Sr. Counselor get your cabin cleaned up. Usually we can have the camp cleaned by 9:00 or 10:00pm at night. (If you will need to leave early, please note that next to the weeks you would like to serve, and what time you will need to leave by.)
• Jr. Counselors/Staff are not allowed to stay at camp over the weekend.
• For each week you serve, you will receive a 25% discount off your teen week of camp.
• Our Junior Counselors and Jr. Staff serve as volunteers and are not paid. You can receive a certificate of community service hours served if needed. Please let us know if you will need this certificated printed.

You will be sent a confirmation e-mail back when we receive your completed application.

Thank you,
Jr. Staff Leaders
Aaron Bolt
Lanette Depew
423-543-8860 (home)
423-342-6735 (cell)

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Dress Code-Girls

Shorts, Skirts, Dresses
Shorts must be loose fitting and no shorter than mid-thigh. Finger tip length.
Skirts and dresses including slits should be no shorter then the top of the knee.
If wearing leggings, shirt needs to cover your bottom.

Please do not wear shirts that portray suggestive or derogatory pictures or messages.
No visible bra straps, cleavage, or underwear should be showing.
No Tank Tops. No strapless shirts or tops.
Shirts should cover waist when arms are raised.
Clothing is too tight when undergarments can be clearly seen.
T-Shirts are really the easiest thing to wear at camp.

One piece is recommended.
If two-piece, the top and bottom should overlap so that neither the stomach nor the lower back
are visible or a colored t-shirt must be worn over swimsuit.
Necklines should be modest.

Dress Code-Guys

Shirts must be worn at all time except in cabins or when swimming.
Please do not wear shirts that portray suggestive or derogatory pictures and messages.
Sleeveless shirts are permitted but shirts with open armpits are not.

We reserve the right to restrict any clothing deemed inappropriate.


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