Summer Staff Descriptions
Art & Crafts: Designs and implements daily projects in accordance with the selected themes of the day. Those may include painting, drawing, craft and other projects.
Industrial Arts: Introduces and assists the children as they learn to use hand and power tools to complete designed projects in accordance with the selected themes of the day.
Waterfront: Consists of certified lifeguards who supervise all swimming, boating and fishing. They are also responsible for the organizing of waterfront games and events.
Reserve Staff: Provides assistance to other staffs at camp when needed and is involved in general cleaning and maintenance of the camp facilities. Reserve gets exposure to many different camp activities as well as the opportunity to interact with campers when needed. Appropriate reserve staff will also serve as relief counselors for brief periods of time.
Kitchen: Responsible for the serving and clean-up of meal times. During free times, they will help in other areas of camp such as relief counseling or assisting during an activity.
Counselor: Responsible for 24 hour care of their campers. They attend to ALL the needs of their camper – physical, emotional, recreational and social. They recognize the individualized needs unique to their camper. Counselors are responsible for the safety and well being of their camper and their first priority is to show their camper the best time ever.
Adult Weekend Staff Descriptions
Due to the compressed time of a weekend, staff positions are not as clearly defined as Summer Camps.
Each volunteer acts as a Counselor and may be asked to assist in the following positions: Kitchen, Arts & Crafts, Activities.
Although Directors for each of these areas are established prior to each weekend, assistance is always encouraged and welcome. No one position is required, and each volunteer is only asked to participate as they feel comfortable.
Summer Camp Dates
There are two one-week sessions during the summer camp. You may only attend one session.
The 2013 Summer Camp Dates For Volunteers
Week I (August 10 – August 17)
Week II (August 17 – August 24)
Summer Camp Staff Interviews
After your complete application has been received and processed, you will be contacted and informed of a date and time for an interview.
Adult Weekend Dates
There are four Adult Weekends during the year, two in the fall, and two in the spring. There is no limit to the number of weekends you may attend.
Spring Adult Weekend Dates
April 26 – April 28, 2013
May 17 – May 19, 2013
Fall Adult Weekend Dates
Sept. 27 – Sept. 29, 2013
Oct. 18 – Oct. 20, 2013
Additional CFNJ Application Forms