Camp Daisy and Harry Stein

First Day of Camp!
Camping Trip!

Summer of Fun! Lifetime of Memories!

Camp Daisy and Harry Stein is a unique and exciting place. A Jewish overnight summer camp nestled in the majestic Bradshaw Forest of Prescott, Arizona, it is a place where campers discover more about themselves, their abilities, & their Judaism. A summer of fun, a lifetime of memories! We offer a variety of camp activities including: horseback riding, swimming, archery, art, drama, sports & more!

Located in the Bradshaw Forest of Prescott, AZ about 2 hours North of Phoenix.

About Camp Daisy and Harry Stein

Camp Stein is place where everyone can be themselves! We strive to create a community from which young people derive a greater sense of self-esteem & an enhanced pride in their Jewish identity. Spending time with friends, cabin-mates and counselors & learning about our rich heritage give our campers an experience they will never forget. Even more than a community, Camp Stein is a family.

Our staff have the opportunities to build relationships with one another, for professional growth, to have fun participating in all of the activities with their campers, and so much more! 

The Employee Experience

Our counselors and specialist staff live in cabins with the campers. Everyone has their own bed and storage space for their belongings. We have a lounge for all of staff to keep items and hang out with other staff during their time off. 

Throughout the day staff are spending time leading their activities and activities for their campers! Campers love getting to know their staff and enjoy when they teach them about hobbies and activities they like to do. Camp is all about having fun! We have themed days, silly camp songs and traditions (new staff pick up on it very quickly!), color wars, and more to provide a unique but AMAZING experience. Camp is place to be silly and to be yourself! 

Staff who spend a summer(or more than one!) at camp gain valuable leadership, teamwork, problem solving and additional skills than can be used in other endeavors throughout the year. 

At the end of the summer staff leave camp knowing that it is a place they can call home and with lifelong memories and friendships. 

Ideal Candidate

We look for competent, energetic applicants who demonstrate a love of working with young people; a desire to help build a community; an ability to work independently as well as part of a team; and a connection or desire to learn about Judaism. Previous experience isn’t the key to success at Camp Stein; it’s your attitude and willingness to learn that really make the difference. We provide training at the start of the summer season and offer ongoing support throughout the summer so your experience is as great as the campers’.

Room and Board

Room and board is provided. All counselor & specialist positions would include living in a cabin with kids and with 1-2 other counselors. Our supervisory positions are in shared rooms with shared bathrooms with other supervisors. 

All meals are provided.

Employee Perks

Staff get the opportunity to participate in activities with their camper! During training and the summer we offer staff social activities on camp and sometimes off camp. We have a nightly staff snack and on Fridays we do a special nightly snack.

Getting Here and Getting Around

We can help with transportation to and from the Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport at the beginning and end of the contract. Staff are also welcome to bring their car to camp. There is a local shuttle in town to get to different parts of Arizona. 

For Fun

During time off at night, staff go into town to pick up things they need and possibly get a bite to eat at In N Out or Sonic! 

On days off, many staff choose to camp or stay somewhere in Prescott, Sedona or Flagstaff for the night. Some also spend time in Phoenix. There is time to explore different places, especially outdoor locations! 

How to Apply

We ask that all applicants apply through our website. On the application we will ask for 3 references. Once we receive the application, applicants will receive an e-mail about setting up a time for an interview. The interview can take place over Zoom. After the interview and receiving the references, applicants will hear from a Camp Stein staff member about moving forward. 

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