If you enjoy working in an outdoor setting, this job is for you. If you are an active and energetic hard-worker who loves working with children, apply to be a part of Camp Hi-Ho!
Blaine Lawrence (Owner & Director)
Katie Zalla (Assistant Director & Events Coordinator)
Pat Howerton (Office Administrator)
The Camp Hi-Ho Internship program was designed to enhance the camper experience through specialized programs and activities, led by motivated individuals. Using their communication, creative, and organizational skills, these individuals will have the unique opportunity to impact and engage with our campers each week. We hope that through this program, both the interns and the campers will leave their mark on Hi-Ho by learning from one another and by feeling more connected with the community and world around them.
Counselors [Ages 17+]
Being a counselor at Camp Hi-Ho is the best summer job you could ask for. While this is a dream job for many, please understand the amount of energy and responsibility that is needed to interact with kids for 35 hours every week. Being a counselor is fun, but in order to provide a safe and fun environment for our campers, our counselors must be responsible.
Please only apply for a counselor position if you are 17 years or older (by the time camp starts). You have the choice of being a counselor in the following areas: Lifeguard (current certification needed by the start of camp), sports, arts & crafts, pet barn, horses, fishing, fort, and archery. You can also apply if you need more leadership experience and would like to become a Head Counselor.
Head Counselors are in charge of their respective color group by transportation. So the Green Car Rider Head Counselor is in charge of his/her group, as well as all other Green Car Rider Counselors and their groups.
Counselors in Training (CIT) [Ages: 15-16]
CITs are an invaluable part of the Camp Hi-Ho staff. They help run different activities at Camp, while also gaining experience working with kids. CITs are paid $100/week. This is a great program to allow this age group an opportunity to learn more about Camp and to get some on-site training to apply to be a counselor at Hi-Ho in the future.
Volunteers [Age: 14]
Volunteers are also an important part of the staff. They also help work different activities and tasks throughout the camp day. Volunteers are not paid, but they gain experience in working with our campers and learning about Hi-Ho from the ground up. This is also a great opportunity for those “campers” who are too old to go to camp, but are not yet old enough to become a counselor.