You may be asking, "What now?" This page is designed to answer some questions you may have, and help you take your next steps. Read through, and feel free to reach out if you have any questions or concerns.
We cannot wait to impact life, community and culture with you this summer!
What do I do next?
1. Read through the e-mailed welcome packet, as well as the information on this page entirely. 2. E-mail a photo of yourself to firstname.lastname@example.org. It should be a high-quality, non-selfie, head-and-shoulders shot of you only. This photo will be posted to our website and possibly social media accounts. 3. If you experience a change of plans and are unable to fulfill your commitment, please contact Robin Gibson immediately.
What can I expect?
To grow in your relationship with God and others, in close community.
To be fully engaged-- "Wherever you are, be all there!"
To participate in weekly reading along with the staff and intern team.
To participate in hands-on learning through various ministry opportunities.
To work hard and have fun!
As a member of our summer staff team and a representative of Jesus, you are expected to demonstrate excellence in the areas of integrity, honestly, morality, attitude, and service.
All participants must strictly adhere to the following regulations and are subject to dismissal without pay for failure to comply.
The consequence for breaking the following regulations is termination of contract and immediate dismissal:
No romantic displays of affection while on site. This is a time for you to focused on the campers, your relationship with God, and personal growth.
No use of or possession of illegal drugs, alcohol or tobacco products.
The consequence for breaking the following regulations is a warning with the potential of being sent home after multiple violations:
No girls in guys' rooms/bunks and no guys in girls' rooms/bunks.
Be on time to all meetings and attend all scheduled events.
Complete all work assignments, including required reading.
Follow all camp and Army Corps of Engineer guidelines.
Packing List and Dress Code
Modesty is key. Short shorts, and extremely tight or revealing garments are not allowed. IMPACT, intern, and staff girls must wear a one-piece bathing suit or tankini that covers the midriff area. Bathing suits that do not meet these guidelines must be covered by a t-shirt.
For your safety, shoes must be worn at all times. Make sure you bring some clothes you don't mind getting dirty- this is camp!
Recommended packing list:
Pillow and sleeping bag, or twin-sized fitted sheet and blanket
Change of clothes for 6 days at a time, including appropriate pajamas
Flip-flops/sandals for the beach
Optional: flashlight, snacks in sealable containers, and additional money for the camp store (you will be given a $50 credit for the entire summer)