Why Work at CCLT?
Do you want to be part of the best staff in the world?
Why throw away another summer sitting behind a desk, flipping burgers, or clicking a keyboard? Do you love the outdoors? Do you like to have fun? If this is you there is a perfect place for you this summer. The Anthony Wayne Area Council of the Boy Scouts of America would like to offer you the opportunity to change lives this summer at our camp. We offer programs in Aquatics, Climbing, High Ropes Courses, 1st Year Campers, Shooting Sports, Ecology, and many more. Imagine a job where get paid to have fun. Here is just a short list of the perks of being on our staff.
* Live, play, and work in the outdoors.
* Room & Board included, plus a weekly salary.
* Save $$$ on gas
* Make life long friends
* Scholarship Program (Up to $1000)
* Learn Leadership skills
* Boost your Resume
* Possible Internships
* Making a positive impact on the lives of others
All staff members must have the following paperwork on file. When you are officially hired, you will be sent a hiring packet, which includes a camp staff agreement and a blank copy of all required hiring paperwork. Please see your hiring packet for more information. All paperwork must be returned to the Anthony Wayne Area Council Service Center by May 1, 2022. Extra copies of the required paperwork are available below.
Camp Staff & Counselor-in-Training Application - Every staff member must fill out a camp staff application and return it as soon as possible to Anthony Wayne Area Council Service Center (8315 W Jefferson Blvd, Fort Wayne, IN 46804) or by emailing Julie Robison.
Camp Staff Contract - All staff members will receive a camp staff agreement which will detail pertinent information such as employment dates, pay rate and council employment policies. Camp staff agreements will be mailed to your home address. You can drop them off at the Scout Service Center directly to Julie Robison. If you didn't receive an agreement or you misplaced it, please contact Julie Robison for a replacement copy.
Camp Staff Manual and Camp Staff Letter of Understanding - All staff members are expected to read the entire staff manual and bring their copy to camp. Staff members must also sign and return the Letter of Understanding with their application.
Annual Health and Medical Record - All staff must complete and submit a health form annually. Parts A, B and C are all required.
BSA Membership Application - All camp staff must be registered members of the Boy Scouts of America. Please complete and submit a youth application if you are under 18 years old or an adult application if you are 18 years old or older. If you will be turning 18 during the summer camp season, please submit both applications.
Vehicle Use Policy & Permission Form - Staff members under the age of 18 must have a vehicle permission form on file. Parents must grant permission for youth staff members to be taken off property (for all-staff outings, evening activities, etc.).
Direct Deposit Authorization - All Anthony Wayne Area Council employees (including camp staff) must elect to receive their paychecks via direct deposit.
Staff Uniform - Please see this sheet for information on staff uniforms
State/Federal Paperwork - All staff members must submit the following employment paperwork:
As a camp staff member for Anthony Wayne Area Council, there are several training certifications which must be completed prior to arrival at camp. The details for each type of training are listed below.
In accordance with National policy, all camp staff members are required to complete these training sessions. All staff members must complete these training sessions (or show proof of unexpired training) and submit proof of training prior to reporting to camp. Training certificates can be submitted to Julie Robison at the Anthony Wayne Area Council Service Center.
Youth Protection Training - Completion of Youth Protection training and Venturing Youth Protection training is required of all camp staff, CITs and volunteers. The links to these training's can be found through the My.Scouting.org training portal.
Hazardous Weather Training - Completion of Hazardous Weather training is also required of all camp staff and CITs. The link to this training can also be found through the My.Scouting.org training portal.
Unlawful Harassment Training - Completion of Unlawful Harassment training is required of all camp staff and CITs. The link below will redirect you to skillsoftcompliance.com, the provider of this training. Unlawful Harrassment Training
First Aid/CPR/AED Training - At least 50% of all camp staff will need to have first aid, CPR and AED training from the American Red Cross or other similar agency. Depending on your position at camp, your camp director may determine that you need to be be certified in first aid, CPR and AED. If you are already currently certified in first aid, CPR and/or AED, please let your camp director know immediately so that he can determine how many staff members need to be trained before the summer season.