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Work at Falling Creek Camp

More Than A Summer Job

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Work at Falling Creek Camp

More Than A Summer Job

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Why Falling Creek?

Being a summer camp counselor is one of the most rewarding, challenging and enjoyable jobs you will ever have. If you want to make a difference in the lives of others while having fun and building life skills, there’s no better place to spend your summer than Falling Creek Camp. Each summer our select group of staff members come together for a common purpose — to help our campers become the men that God intends them to be.

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Reach out to us about customizing your summer employment at Falling Creek to satisfy your degree’s internship requirements.

Hear Matthew’s perspective on his summer internship for his Computer Science degree.

Jumpstart Your Future

Check out our Working at Camp FAQs page for summer dates, links to forms, payroll, and training videos, and answers to our most-asked questions.

Never before have I been in a position where I’m working with people I respect as much as I do here, and I think that has so much to do with the fact that the people who come and work here do it because they want to, not for any other motive. The people who I’ve had the opportunity to meet and become close with them, I’ve just had a blast. The fun really doesn’t stop once you’re done being a camper.

Sam Feingold / Mt. Pleasant, SC

Essential Skills

Team Player. Dedication to live by the Falling Creek Code. Patient. Genuinely Enthusiastic. Friendly. Eager to Grow. Open to Offer and Receive Feedback. Able to Think on Your Feet. Good Decision Maker. Hard Working. Get-It-Done Attitude. Available from Late May until Early August. Completed At Least One Year of College and/or At Least 19 Years Old.

What’s In It For You?

Working at camp teaches you invaluable 21st century skills. Read more about how your camp experience can translate to your resume here.

What You Get

As a former FCC counselor, I can attest to the profoundly positive impact that role played in my life. Not only do you develop life-long relationships with staff and campers, but you learn ever-important soft skills through managing teams and navigating tough situations. It provides the perfect foundation from which any career can be built.

Jonathan G. / Counselor, ’09 & ’11