In Person Opportunities - Residential Onsite Programs
Join us for a family weekend! Family Pals will accompany families to program areas, make positive connections, and help build friendships among other families.
Program Pals facilitate all program areas the families attend including fishing, tower, archery, wood shop, cooking, and arts and crafts.
Spring Family Weekend applications and registrations for Family Pals and Program Pals are open! Click Here to sign up to join us for a family weekend!
Responsible for the daily care and safety of 7 - 9 campers ages 7-15 years of age, to model and facilitate positive appropriate behavior and Camp activities. Cabin Counselors live in a cabin with campers and three other counselors, and help to create a safe, happy and memorable experience for all. Click Here to volunteer for a 7 or 5 - Day Summer Session as a Cabin Counselor!
Journey Programs include both Hero's Journey® and Champion’s Journey programs. Both are designed for 16 - 18-year-olds who have aged into the AYA program or are new to Camp entirely. Volunteers will work closely with each other, nurses, staff, and groups of 12-20 participants, while facilitating various programmatic elements throughout the summer. Volunteers will assist staff in providing an opportunity for participants to challenge their perceived personal limits and experience camaraderie, self-discovery and appreciation.
Hero’s Journey is located at our basecamp location in the Connecticut woods. Click Here to volunteer as a Hero’s Journey Counselor!
The Champion’s Journey Program is located at Camp in our Young Adult Lodge. Click Here to volunteer as a Champion’s Journey Counselor!
In person Opportunities - CampOut
February 19 - Bowling (11:30am-3:30pm)
Volunteer to support CampOut Bowling -CT to enjoy an afternoon of bowling with Camp families. Volunteers will help support staff with check-in, activity facilitation and by fostering camaraderie between Camp families. Volunteers must have previous experience in Camp's Summer, Weekend or Fun Day programs, or have attended an Outreach Orientation. Register Here!
Virtual Opportunities - CampOut
February 8 - Virtual Campfire (5:30-8pm)
Volunteer to support CampOut's Virtual Campfire, where we'll work with Camp families to create a night of fun and joy. Volunteers will help support staff in break out rooms, with chat moderation and by fostering camaraderie between Camp families. Volunteers must have previous experience with a Camp Program and attended a Virtual Volunteer Orientation. Filled at this time, waitlist only.
March 24 – Natchaug Epic Bike (9am-1pm)
Join in to help support the annual bike ride, Natchaug Epic, a gravel bike ride series starting at Thomspson Speedway featuring 4 routes, 850 riders, and benefits Camp. Volunteers will prep and set up a fueling/rest station, talk to riders about Camp, and clean/pack up. Volunteer opportunities for this event are for ages 14 (with adult) and up. Register Here!