Camp Carl Benefits?
We believe every role is a critical one at Camp Carl. Accordingly, our pay structure is simple:
- First Year: $2,015
- Second Year: $2,210
- Third Year: $2,405
- Four or More Years: $2,665
All summer pay calculations include paid staff training weeks for a total of 11 or 12 weeks, based on your position. This summer pay structure is based on a day rate and assumes you don’t miss any days during the summer. You can take one week unpaid vacation.
Meals and Housing
Meals and housing are provided during the work week. Our cabins are newly renovated and our food is amazing… just ask past staff.
You get time off! All of our staff is off on weekends from Friday evening to Sunday afternoon (about 42 hours). Most staffers take this opportunity to head home to do laundry, run errands, go to church, REST or maybe catch a movie. For those out-of-town staff, you can stay on the property for the weekends or more commonly be invited home with one of our local staff members!
Not only would we love for your younger siblings to come to Camp Carl, they get to come for HALF OFF. Let’s repeat that: your sibling can get a 50% discount for a week of camp! Bonus!
Community at Camp Carl is authentic, real, and life-changing. You live and serve arm-and-arm with generationally-minded and eternity-focused people who will LOVE sacrificially. The community that you will gain over the course of your time at Camp Carl will enrich your life, and you very well could meet the people that will stand next to you on your wedding day.
College Credit & Internships
Working at Camp Carl while getting college credit? YES, it can happen here! If you have an applicable field of study and would like to make your summer position into an internship, contact us once you apply and we can discuss the possibility of an internship.
Camp Carl is a hands-on learning environment that not only provides deep spiritual growth, but invaluable life and job skills to EQUIP you for any future career. In a summer at Camp, our staff gain more than 700 hours of on-the-job training in problem solving, work ethic, interpersonal communication, conflict resolution and team work dynamics. Through focused mentorship from the Camp Director, Unit Leaders, and their peers, staff acquire tangible life experiences in leadership, self-discipline, and team dynamics. Sharpening skills and developing character, we prepare and equip our staff for whatever God has called them to next.