2016 Florida 4-H Camp Staff Application is OPEN!

THANK YOU for your interest in the Florida 4-H Camping Program!

We are always looking for ENERGETIC, CREATIVE, and MATURE Summer Program Staff for our summer camp programs!

If you have questions or would like to request information regarding employment for the upcoming summer, please contact Kim Gumbiner, Florida 4-H State Camping Business/Administrative Manager, at kimball@ufl.edu.

If you are interested in applying for Camp Staff for the Summer of 2016, please review the application information below, then visit the application.

Qualifications for Summer Program Staff and Interns:

Preferably applicants will have experience with youth and youth programs, such as 4-H experience as a camp counselor with a 4-H Agent’s referral, but this is not required.  Applicants with other experience will also be considered.  We’re looking for ENERGETIC, CREATIVE & MATURE individuals to help lead and teach youth at our residential camping facilities.  EOE/AA.

Age requirements for Summer Program Staff:

It is required that applicants have been out of high school for at least one year before applying for this position.

Age requirements for Summer Program Interns:

It is required that applicants have  completed high school before applying for this position.

Selection process for New Applicants:

Applications will be reviewed by the State Program Coordinator and the Camp’s Business / Administrative Manager, and applicants who are selected for an in-person interview will be notified by email.


Mandatory Summer Program Staff Trainings

Staff Training Dates: 


TBefore applying for summer staff, please make sure that if selected, you will be able to attend ALL weekend trainings throughout the winter and spring, as well as three week long trainings in May/June. 

New staff are paid at the rate of $220.00 per week, plus room and board.  Staff live on camp and have no cabin responsibilities with the youth.  Staff are fed Sunday dinner through Friday lunch and have most weekends off.  If a camp has a rental group in for the weekend some staff may be asked to work, but they are paid extra for the weekend work.