At Camp Robbinswold, Camp River Ranch, and Camp St. Albans, we are looking for staff who are excited about helping Girl Scouts grow strong while enjoying the outdoors. Staff will be selected based on their desire to work with youth and families, strong interpersonal skills, and experience working with a variety of backgrounds of people.
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Overnight camp staff at Camp River Ranch will move to Camp St. Albans halfway through the summer. People interested in working at Camp St. Albans should apply for positions listed at Camp River Ranch.
Imagine camping, hiking, and boating all summer while making a difference in someone’s life! Everything we do is focused on helping girls, non-binary, and questioning youth grow strong, building a safe community, and having fun. Community is an intangible benefit of Girl Scout Camp, but it's the most important one!
Girl Scout Camps River Ranch, Robbinswold, and St. Albans will be operating overnight camps through summer 2023.
Camp Robbinswold: Lilliwaup, WA. 80 minutes from Bremerton. Hood Canal, sailing, sea kayaking, wilderness trips, marine biology.
Camp River Ranch: Carnation, WA. 40 minutes from Seattle. Food garden, lake, high and low ropes challenge course, covered wagons, swimming, and boating.
Camp St. Albans: Allyn, WA. 30 minutes from Bremerton. Viking boats, Devereaux Lake, paddle boards, and gnomes.
In addition to employment, we also offer opportunities to volunteer at our camps. Learn more on our Ways to Volunteer with Camp page.
Summer starts with 10-14 days of intensive training that cover a wide variety of topics applicable throughout your career. Certification is also provided for program staff if needed. Topics include:
Campers learn to form meaningful friendships. Campers learn to communicate effectively and work with others. Campers understand when and how to seek help from others.
Campers learn to foster an awareness, appreciation, and commitment to the preservation of our natural world. Campers learn to respect and value diverse backgrounds, viewpoints, and life experiences. Campers demonstrate helpful and caring behavior. Campers recognize and accept the consequences of their actions and decisions.
Campers learn to recognize conflict situations. Campers can resolve differences in a positive manner (i.e., through discussion.)
Campers demonstrate appropriate outdoor living skills and seek opportunities to expand their knowledge. Campers become more independent and develop self-sufficiency.
Campers gain confidence in themselves and their abilities. Campers assist peers and seek help from them. Campers encourage others and assist in teaching others new skills.
Campers will learn and practice environmental stewardship (i.e., minimum impact/leave no trace.) Campers seek to expand their knowledge and set challenging goals for themselves Campers will feel they have important roles and responsibilities in their groups/communities. Campers will understand the importance of volunteering in community activities to help the environment and others.
Girl Scouts of Western Washington values diversity, equity, and inclusion, and we foster a welcoming, inclusive work environment. We are an equal opportunity employer, and we do not discriminate based on race, color, religion, age, national origin, gender, veteran status, sexual orientation (heterosexuality, homosexuality, bisexuality, and gender expression of identity), marital status or the presence of any physical, sensory, or mental disability, or any other protected classification under applicable laws.