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 Benefits of Working at Camp

Thanks for your interest in working at our camps! The application process is very easy. Simply return the application by e-mail, mail or fax and we will get back to you right away. Girl Scouts of Western Washington has three fantastic summer camps at Girl Scout Camps River Ranch, Robbinswold and St. Albans.

Check out our open camp positions!

Our Properties 

Camp River Ranch offers Day and Resident Camp programs on 435 acres of forest and trails with a river and lake on the property in the Cascade foothills. Only 10 minutes from shopping and entertainment and just 40 minutes from downtown Seattle. River Ranch offers a variety of programs including swimming, boating, crafts, environmental education, outdoor skills, Western horseback riding, biking, backpacking, leadership, and drama.

Camp Robbinswold is located on the Hood Canal on 431 acres on the Olympic Peninsula. It includes more than a mile of saltwater beachfront and a secluded freshwater lake. Programs at Camp Robbinswold include swimming, boating, crafts, marine biology, outdoor skills, outdoor cooking, the arts, windsurfing, sailing, biking, llama tripping, backpacking and leadership.

Camp St. Albans is located near Belfair on 414 acres of gorgeous lake front property near Belfair in south Puget Sound. Programs at St. Albans includes English and Western horseback riding, backpacking, leadership, swimming, boating, crafts, environmental education and outdoor skills. Visit Camp Properties for more information.

Compensation

Competitive pay ranging from $1600 - $5000 depending on position. Medical insurance is also provided if you become ill during your time at camp.

Time Off

36 hours off each week, one mid summer break for resident camp staff and personal time during the day. Day Camp staff work M-F. We also offer 3 days of paid illness absence to support our staff if they become ill.

Career Development

A full week of training kicks off the summer with additional opportunities to learn new skills, develop leadership abilities, receive coaching and mentoring and develop training and presentation skills.

Trip Opportunities

There are many opportunities to pursue -overnight and day trips. Take a canoe or kayak trip, take a llama and bicycling trip or just do an old fashioned day hike and cookout.

Community

Everything we do is focused on helping girls grow strong, building a safe community and having fun. We are committed to leave no trace, composting and other environmental principals. Community is an intangible benefit to working with Girl Scouts of Western Washington, but it is the most important one.

Other Amenities

Onsite staff internet access, laundry facilities, break areas and accommodating kitchen staff help make our camps some of the best places to work this summer!