Girl Scouts of Colorado
Girl Scout Summer Resident Camp - This is no Ordinary Job
Make a difference in the life of a girl!
Are you looking for an amazing opportunity this summer? If so, we invite you to consider becoming a staff member at one of Girl Scouts of Colorado summer camps. Located in the majestic Colorado Rocky Mountains, our summer camps offer innovative, educational programs for girls in an all-girl environment that helps them realize their full potential, gain self-confidence and become future leaders.
Girl Scouts of Colorado Camps owns two resident camps which each provide a variety of programs and new experiences to share.
Magic Sky Ranch: Located one hour northwest of Fort Collins. Program activities include low ropes/team building, high ropes, indoor climbing wall, hikes, backpacking, arts and crafts, nature and science, dance and drama, archery, camping skills, astronomy and telescope viewing, and international cultures. Check out the camp video .
Tomahawk Ranch: Located one hour southwest of Denver. Program activities include arts and crafts, backpacking, farm with ranch animals, dance/drama, archery and sports, photography, international cultures, nature and science, astronomy, homesteading, gardening, and outdoor skills. Check out the camp video.
General Staff contract dates: May - August
Camp Counselors, Program Specialists, Administrative Staff, and Health Care Staff
Room and Board
Food and housing are provided by Girl Scouts of Colorado Camps.
Counselors make themselves at home in cabins, seasonal shelters, or tents. Your housing group usually includes a Head Counselor and 2 other Co-Counselors and up to 24 happy campers. A bath house, bathrooms, and/or outhouses are centrally located. Program Staff live in a communal staff housing building.
Laundry facilities are available at camp (suds provided) at no cost. Internet and phones are available.
Healthy, kid friendly meals are served family style in the dining hall. Snacks are provided daily for campers and staff.
- Comprehensive staff training
- 8 week employment period
- Seasonal competitive salary
- Time off each week
- A good reference/resume builder
- Living in a beautiful Rocky Mountain setting
Getting Here and Getting Around
Most of our staff drive or carpool to camp, while others fly into the nearby Denver International Airport (DIA).
14,000 Ft. Mountain Climbs, Backpacking, Astronomy, Hiking, Sports, Games, Campfires, Archery, Drama, Ropes Course, Photography, Canoeing, Technical Rock Climbing, Challenge Course, Arts and Crafts.