Work Area of Interest
At PMBC we have three positions: counselor, program director and service team member. Counselors spend the majority of their day investing into the campers and are responsible for their supervision. The program director helps plan and implement the daily schedule of activities and programs. Our service team is comprised of everyone else. Our service team members must be willing to contribute in all areas of camp, such as cleaning, washing dishes, assisting counselors with campers, prepping meals, setting up games or even participating in skits. Our service team members will have an area of emphasis in which they will be held accountable. For instance, a housekeeping oriented service team member will be held accountable to keeping public areas clean, but will also assist in many other areas; or a kitchen-oriented service team member will mostly help within the kitchen but also be asked to help in other areas when needed. All PMBC summer staff members are expected to have a willing heart to serve and minister to campers and each other.
Positions: Counselors, Program Director & Service Team Members
Service Team Areas of Emphasis: Lifeguard, Kitchen, Housekeeping, Childcare, Rec Hall, Work Boy
Please list in order of preference which positions(s)/areas of interest you are applying for:
Summer 2019 Details
Staff who are committed to coming to Training Week and all six weeks of summer camp take priority over those who cannot commit, especially counselors.
Staff Training Week: June 17 - 22, 2019 (Volunteer)
1st Half: June 23 - July 13, 2019
Break Week: July 13 - July 20, 2019
2nd Half: July 21 - August 11, 2019
Licenses & Certifications
If you have any of the following certifications or licenses, please let us know by filling in when it expires
What happened? How were you feeling? How did you react? What could you have done differently? What could have been done to prevent this from happening? What could have been done to help the situation?
During devotions on Monday night, the topic of homosexuality surfaces. A 12-year-old camper in your cabin gets extremely defensive and states that they don't think homosexuality is wrong because God would never create someone to feel that way if it was wrong. This camper expressed on their super sweet fill out sheet that they are unsure if they are saved and that they do not go to church.
How would you handle this situation? Describe the conversation you would try to have. Think about what questions you'd ask, when you'd ask, where you'd ask. What scriptural references would you use and when would you use them (or would you use any)?
Thank you for submitting your application! Please don't forget to have two references completed by unrelated adults. You can download the reference form here. You can also direct references to complete an online reference form here.