The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp

Performance/Workshop Volunteers

The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp Performance/Workshop Volunteer Program is a non-residential program designed to enhance Camp Programs (on/off-site) by offering unique performances and/or workshops to our campers/families. Acceptance will be based on the relevance of the performance/workshop to the age, interests, and limitations of our campers, as well as its resource requirements and feasibility.

Application Process

  1. Submit completed application
  2. If selected, complete a phone interview (a second interview may be necessary)
  3. If accepted, you will receive the necessary forms, arrival instructions, and additional information before volunteering for any program.

Important:

  • Minimum Age
    All volunteer applicants must be at least 19 years of age or have completed one year of college.
  • When to Apply
    Applications will be accepted ongoing throughout the year.
  • Availability
    Camp's programs are spread throughout the year.
  • Criminal Background Check
    All volunteer applicants are required to complete a criminal background check before volunteering with Camp. Applicants will be provided the necessary form upon acceptance. The check will be run and reviewed by Camp staff. A minimum of two weeks processing time is required.
  • Medical Forms
    Depending on the details of your performance/workshop, you may be required to submit medical forms that could include the need to visit to a medical facility for a physical/immunizations. You will be notified of such requirements upon acceptance. A minimum of two weeks processing time is required. Failure to provide the necessary forms in a timely fashion may result in cancellation.

Questions?

Questions regarding the available positions and/or the application process can be directed to: Ellen Buus, Director of Volunteers. 

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The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp is an Equal Opportunity Employer, does not discriminate on the basis of age, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, nationality or sex, and is committed to a diverse workforce.