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Summer Staff Q&A on March 10 at 7pm


Photo of our 2020 Summer Staff team


We are hosting a Summer Staff Q&A on March 10 at 7pm! Consider it like a virtual job fair, but it's only for the best job ever - a summer at camp! No staff commitment is needed in order to participate. We'll share staff-centered updates on Summer 2021 and answer questions from potential applicants.


Please share with any college students, high school graduates, and young adults who may be interested.


Shareable Facebook event here: https://www.facebook.com/events/337880814204265

A bit of background info:

Work at Caroline Furnace this summer! Caroline Furnace Lutheran Camp & Retreat Center is in Fort Valley VA, located in the Shenandoah Valley near Washington DC.

We offer seven weeks of co-ed, adventure based Summer Camp to grades 1-12, with activities such as canoeing, rock climbing, hiking, archery, horseback riding, fishing, and more. We also offer weekly Family Retreat options and intergenerational Family Camp weeks at the beginning and end of summer.

Flexible, paid academic internships and college credit are available. Base pay is $2,000 for the summer, plus lodging and meals - with higher pay for experience at any camp, years in college, and certifications (WFA/WFR, EMT, Lifeguard, ACA Canoe, Archery, etc.)


Gain real-world experience in marketable skills sought by Fortune 500 companies: leadership, communication, problem solving, and more.

Learn more and apply online at www.CarolineFurnace.org. Interviews are scheduled on a rolling basis until all positions are filled.


Questions? Contact Julie at julie@carolinefurnace.org or (540) 449-0012.

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