Staff Opportunities

The hospitality and event programs we offer at Daycholah Center depends on finding passionate and caring people who thrive in a growth environment.

Each summer we hire about 30 staff to fill a variety of needs and positions – cabin counselors; waterfront staff; nature and arts & crafts specialists – and more. Year-round, we have great opportunities for full-time, part-time, and flexible team members.

If you or someone you know is interested in joining our Outdoor Ministry Team, please complete our application.

Email the completed application along with a resumé and cover letter to:

Judnard Henry
Managing Director
920-745-4746
[email protected]

COVID-19 Disclaimer:
Due to the unknown of possible developments in the COVID-19 pandemic, public health guidelines and government regulations these job descriptions and program offerings are subject to change at any point in the recruiting process or term of employment.
Please consider when you apply that COVID-19 protocols such as cohorting, masks and social distancing may be implemented. Team Members may be required to stay isolated on site for extended periods or undergo frequent testing.

Previous team members say it best:

“Working at camp offers me a place to experience great personal growth while also directly affecting the growth of all the people that I encounter throughout the summer.” – Maddie

“Working at camp has allowed me to grow as an individual and leader, as well as learn what it means to be a role model for the next generation. While it may just seem like a summer job, I’ve made lasting friendships with people around the world, gained practical skills I use nearly every day, and learned that working can actually be fun.”  – Mitch

“Working at camp was a life-altering experience that started the day I began working at camp and continues to affect me today. Working at camp taught me a lot about patience, responsibility, as well as friendship, love, and acceptance. Likewise, I was able to influence the minds of people who were willing to listen to me no matter what their age or relationship to me. People live together, learn together, laugh together, cry together, and most importantly-grow together at camp. I never thought I would work at a summer camp, but because I did I have forever memories that I will cherish long after my time at Daycholah Center is over.”  – Kendall

“Working at camp is one of the best times of my life. Getting to spend the summer with so many different kids and adults who come from so many different backgrounds. It truly changes my life. Also bonding with other staff it really feels like a family away from home. I wouldn’t trade working at camp for anything else.”  -Olivia