Camp AGQ

AGQ Staff

Be part of something bigger than yourself

Working at a summer camp is more than singing songs and making friendship bracelets. The responsibilities that come with working in an environment designed to create programs for hundreds of campers is not an easy feat. Camp allows for the development of hard and soft skills and provides experience for any career path.

Counselors-in-training (CIT)

a developmental program to prepare teen leaders for working with children in a camp setting.

Junior Staff

Focus on honing skills developed in the CIT program and work toward preparation for joining the full-summer staff.

Full Summer Staff

Become a full-fledged member of the team! Available roles may range from general staff to director positions.

Application Deadlines

Leadership Team: December 29th, 2023
Administrative Team: January 5th, 2024
Remaining Full Summer Staff: January 19th, 2024
Junior Staff: February 2nd, 2024
Counselor-in-Training: February 16th, 2024

A camp job can prepare young adults for many challenges in life, including how to budget time and money, how to deal with all types of people, and how to become a stronger leader. Business executives often note that experience as a camp counselor translates into excellent management and personnel skills. Regardless of the college major, camp experiences allow students to learn and develop skills that will enhance job marketability.

— American Camp Association

Resume Resources

Provided by the American Camp Association