Staff Openings

Learn more about Covenant Point:

CPBC Mission, Core Values, History, and Program Overview

Summer Staff 2020 Dates: 

  • Staff Work Agreement Dates : May 31  – August 15, 2020.
  • Lifeguard Training for those who need or desire to be certified: May 25 – 30, 2020You may also seek outside LG training prior to arrival. If your job description DOES NOT require you to have lifeguard certification you will receive an additional $100 payment for the summer, less the cost of training materials (for first time certifications the cost is $50 and for re-certifications the cost is $25) on your last paycheck of the summer. Lifeguard certification is valid for 2 years.
  • CPR Training (required for all staff) will be during our first week of staff training (May 31). If you require a late arrival, you must obtain certification prior to arrival.
  • Most leadership positions require earlier arrivals.

Summer Staff Positions available:

Summer Staff Application Materials:

Summer 2020 Volunteers: Applicants should be 18+

Our 2020 camp season runs June 14 – August 15. Most camps are Sunday through Saturday. As summer approaches, we may be looking for volunteer counselors to help fill high-volume weeks or for staff alumni to come help out during high-program times. Please fill out Summer 2020 Volunteer Application if interested AND email with your availability and week preferences.

Summer 2020 Work Crew:

High school students who are ready for an experience of hard work, community, and youth ministry training at camp are encouraged to apply for one of our summer work crews. Grounds and kitchen positions are available and fill quickly, on a rolling basis. Preference is given to applicants 16 years of age or older. We accept roughly 13 students per session.

Session 1: June 7 – July 11, 2020 (5 weeks)
Session 2: July 8 – August 8, 2020 (4.5 Weeks)

Work Crew Job Descriptions:

Work Crew Application Materials:

Intern Staff:

The internship program at Covenant Point is designed to provide young adults with 1) supervised practical experience and training in all facets of camping ministry, 2) exploration and discernment of one’s sense of vocation, and 3) experience living in a small, Christian community. Interns provide Covenant Point with critical staffing support in all areas of our operations; sensitivity and special interest is given to allowing the intern to craft the emphases of their experience based on gifts and interests. Our aim is to help women and men grow as disciples of Jesus Christ through a shared rhythm of work, worship, hospitality, adventure, ministry, training, reflection, and mentoring. Typically, internships begin in September and conclude the following September. Contact Executive Director, Erik Strom, at if you’d like to learn more. Application can be made by submitting a resume and cover letter by May 30 of the given year.

Permanent Staff:

We are not currently seeking any permanent staff.