Camp Summit is seeking dedicated, passionate, and
faith-filled volunteers to ensure Camp Summit is a meaningful, prayerful, and fun experience!
Read through the roles below and follow the links for full role descriptions to see the time commitment, desired experience, and expectations of each role. If you understand the expectations, please complete the online volunteer application. You will be asked to list your top three roles and we will prayerfully discern where to place each volunteer.
Great news, most roles allow you to volunteer AND chaperone your parish group!
The Fiat Team is a group of 20-40 high school youth dedicated to mentoring and supporting the campers at Camp Summit through prayer sessions, small groups, activities, and more. This role assistants the Fiat Team Adult Lead during the training weekend and throughout camp by helping lead, teach, pray for, and work with all the Fiat Team youth.
Provide high school students guidance and supervision through the duration of camp. Dream Team leaders will expose students to the importance of a life built upon prayer through teaching about and engaging in various forms of prayer.
Emcees are responsible for creating an engaging and welcoming atmosphere for campers from the stage and Camp Summit. Emcees provide entertainment, direction, transitions, and introductions throughout the entire week and must be excellent public speakers.
The Chaperone Lead functions as a point person for all group leaders at Camp Summit. They will lead daily chaperone meetings to communicate needs, run through the schedule, answer questions, pray with the chaperones, and facilitate discussion.
Activity leaders are responsible for creating an engaging and welcoming atmosphere for campers at Camp Summit. You will help lead large group games, impromptu entertainment, and direct chaperones to help lead activities throughout the week.
Before camp, help recruit and retain Camp Summit volunteers. Update training materials and role descriptions and coordinate stewardship. At camp, make sure volunteers are being supported, welcomed, given clear tasks.
Lead Nurse will use their experience to lead a group of 5 volunteer camp nurses during Camp Summit. The nursing team will provide general first aid, help youth through illness, injuries, homesickness, and helps chaperones with medications and medical emergencies.
Camp Nurses are part of a team of 3-5 other volunteer nurses during Camp Summit. The nursing team will provide general first aid, help youth through illnesses, injuries, homesickness, and helps chaperones with medications and medical emergencies as needed.
Band members will execute all live music needs during the weekend and week of Camp Summit, including, but not limited to, daily Mass and two nights of Adoration.
Assist with the set-up, running and maintenance of all audio, visual, and environmental needs at camp. Including but limited to helping with band set-up and sound checks, creating and running lyric slideshows, creating playlists and setting up sound, lighting, and stage.
Help maintain the set-up, organization, and cleanliness of the auditorium, dorm building, and Eagle Bluff grounds during camp. Connect with Eagle Bluff about any maintenance, cleaning, or supply issues.
Photographers and videographers work to capture the spirit of Camp Summit through pictures and videos to be used for promotional material, videos, website, slideshows, and to share with families after camp.
Utilize your creativity and design experience to create promotional pieces for camp including posters and advertisements. Design printable pieces for camp including booklets and signage and design and order camp items and merchandise. The majority of tasks will be completed before camp.
Liaison between all the seminarians and the Camp Director. This lead will coordinate with his brother seminarians to provide spiritual, logistical, and liturgical support for Camp Summit.