Are you looking to be a part of an amazing summer experience?

Katepwa Lake Camp is always looking for eager people to join our amazing summer staff.  If you are a person who loves Jesus, camp and kids, then consider joining us next summer!  Camp Ministry makes the difference in the lives of so many youth every year and we need you!  Whether you are new to KLC or just have some questions, feel free to contact us and we would LOVE to chat with you about how awesome a summer at KLC can be!

Take a Peak at Some of our Summer positions

No matter your skills or interests, there is a position for you.  We have many different positions to fill for this summer so check them out!

core Staff:


PROGRAM DIRECTOR June 16 to Aug 11
The Program Director is responsible for, with the assistance of the other program staff, creating and implementing fun and unique programming for campers of all ages.  The program director will also be responsible for overseeing cabin leaders and ensuring they have all the skills and tools necessary to excel at their job. Click here for more details!

The Assistant Program Director is responsible to help the Program Director is all areas of camp ministry. This vital position is ideal for someone wanting to get into the “program” side of camp, and has a servant heart. Click here for details!   

The L.I.T. Director oversees the coordination and administration of the training of our future leaders.  The L.I.T. Director spearheads planning, organizing, leading, and controlling the programming for three week session(s) focusing on leadership development and mentoring for youth ages 14-17.  Click here for details!

The L.I.T. Assistant Director works hand in hand with the L.I.T director to insure an amazing LIT program. Very much partners, the L.I.T. Assistant Director is a vital part of the L.I.T team. Click here for details!


Cabin staff:


Senior Cabin Leaders are part of our front line in camp ministry and one of the most important positions at the camp.  These cabin leaders are responsible for leading a group of 8-13 campers per week, as well as mentor a junior cabin leader and/or and L.I.T.  They will also take part in teaching skills and leading other aspects of programming.  Click here for details!

Junior Cabin Leaders are also a part of our front line in camp ministry.  These cabin leaders are responsible for leading a group of 8-13 campers per week under the supervision and guidance of a Senior Cabin Leader.  They will also take part in teaching skills and leading aspects of programming.  Click here for details!


Support staff:


The Kitchen Manger is responsible for providing delicious and nutritious meals to campers, staff and volunteers.  Depending on experience, the Kitchen Manager will work with the Executive Director Team to plan the menu for the summer. The Kitchen Manager is in charge of the daily running of the kitchen, including other kitchen staff and volunteers. Click here for details!

The Kitchen Assistant is responsible for assisting the Kitchen Manager in all aspects of preparing meals and the clean up required from it. This role works alongside the Kitchen Manager and is a great position to learn more about how vital the kitchen staff are to summer camp ministry. Click here for details!


The Site Manager is one of the unsung heroes of camp ministry. The major roles and duties of this position before summer camp begins is preparing the grounds for the summer (landscaping), and overseeing the rental program. Experience is beneficial, but not required.  During summer camp, the daily duties include scheduling staff in helping make KLC a clean and beautiful place. Click here for details!

The Lifeguard is 100% responsible for the safety of campers and staff while swimming. The lifeguard reports to the CORE staff and Executive Director Team, and needs to have all proper certifications up to date. Click here for details!

The Medic is responsible for providing proper health care for campers and staff while at camp. Click here fore details!

The Boat Driver is a coveted position at summer camp. The ideal applicant will have experience with hauling recreation equipment safely but in a way that feels challenging to the camper. This position answers to the CORE staff and Executive Director Team. Click here for details!


JOIN US IN 2019!!!