Work at Camp

Why work at a fast food or retail establishment that focuses on sales when you can have opportunities like these that will prepare you for more meaningful endeavors?

How Do You Apply for Scout Camp Staff?

Submit an Application

Submit a completed application ASAP to: Cub World Hiring, c/o Daniel Webster Council Office, 571 Holt Avenue, Manchester, NH 03109.

Download Camp Staff Application

Please bring an additional copy of your application to your scheduled interview.

Schedule an Interview

E-mail Mark Hamel  to request a 20-minute interview from the list of days and times below.

For Youth Protection compliance, if you are under age 18, please copy a third party with your email to Mark (i.e.: a parent, your Scoutmaster, etc.).

Choose the location and time-frame that works best for you! Interview times start on the hour and 20 minutes after and before each hour. In your email to Mark, be sure to include your full name and your desired date(s) and range(s) of times which you are available. Mark will e-mail or call you back with a confirmation of your date, location and 20 minute interview time. Please note: You must schedule your interview. DO NOT just show up!

Staff Interview Schedule

Coming soon!

Next Steps

Mark Hamel will contact all applicants who interviewed no later than March 1, 2020 with the result of their interview.

  • Everyone must apply and interview (whether you’ve worked on staff before or not).
  • If none of the interview days/times work, contact Mark Hamel to make alternate arrangements.
  • Please be courteous by arriving early and remaining patient if the schedule fluctuates.
  • Bring an extra copy of your application.
  • Staff applicants must be at least 15 years of age on their first day of work.
  • CIT applicants must be aged 14/15 when they serve and may apply until June 1, 2020.
  • Each applicant must apply and interview (whether you have been on staff previously or not).
  • Previous GSR Staff can / should interview at the GSR Staff Reunion, if possible.
  • If none of the above days/locations/times work, contact Camping Department to make alternate arrangements.
  • Please arrive early and remain flexible so we can: a) stay on schedule, and b) be fair to those who follow you!
  • Your picture will be taken as part of the interview process.
  • Bring an extra copy of your application with you to your interview.
  • Staff applicants must be at least 15 years of age on their first day of work (or older depending on the position you are applying for).
  • Counselors In Training do not need to interview (optional), but, must submit an application and be either 14 or 15 years of age on the first day of their CIT session.
STEP ONE: Submit an Application

If you have not done so already, please submit a completed Staff Application ASAP (ideally, at least two weeks before your interview) and send to the email address on the form or US Mail to the address below.  Please also bring a copy of your application with you to your interview.

SCAN AND EMAIL TO: camping@nhscouting.org – or – PRINT AND SEND VIA U.S. MAIL: GSR Hiring Camping Department c/o Daniel Webster Council 571 Holt Avenue Manchester, NH 03109
STEP TWO: Schedule an Interview
  • Review schedule below and complete the Sign-up form below (note: it is your responsibility to request an interview; submitting an application is only one of the two steps).
  • Interviews for 2019 will primarily be held between December 1, 2018 and February 1, 2019.
  • Interviews must be scheduled in advance; do not just show up without an appointment.
  • Interviews usually last 20 minutes in length and are offered on the hour, twenty minutes after and twenty minutes before the hour.
  • Each applicant must apply and interview (whether you have been on staff previously or not).
  • Previous GSR Staff can / should interview at the GSR Staff Reunion, if possible.
  • If none of the above days/locations/times work, contact Camping Department to make alternate arrangements.
  • Please arrive early and remain flexible so we can: a) stay on schedule, and b) be fair to those who follow you!
  • Your picture will be taken as part of the interview process.
  • Bring an extra copy of your application with you to your interview.
  • Staff applicants must be at least 15 years of age on their first day of work (or older depending on the position you are applying for).
  • Counselors In Training do not need to interview (optional), but, must submit an application and be either 14 or 15 years of age on the first day of their CIT session.
STEP ONE: Submit an Application

If you have not done so already, please submit a completed Staff Application ASAP (ideally, at least two weeks before your interview) and send to the email address on the form or US Mail to the address below.  Please also bring a copy of your application with you to your interview.

SCAN AND EMAIL TO: camping@nhscouting.org – or – PRINT AND SEND VIA U.S. MAIL: GSR Hiring Camping Department c/o Daniel Webster Council 571 Holt Avenue Manchester, NH 03109
STEP TWO: Schedule an Interview
  • Review schedule below and complete the Sign-up form below (note: it is your responsibility to request an interview; submitting an application is only one of the two steps).
  • Interviews for 2019 will primarily be held between December 1, 2018 and February 1, 2019.
  • Interviews must be scheduled in advance; do not just show up without an appointment.
  • Interviews usually last 20 minutes in length and are offered on the hour, twenty minutes after and twenty minutes before the hour.

Why Apply for a Camp Staff Job?

Here are a few of the countless reasons that are frequently expressed:

  • To make lots of new friends in your area, other states, and even other countries
  • To spend a summer in the great outdoors where nature prevails
  • To acquire experiential education (learning by doing) and new skills that will last a lifetime
  • To be part of an effective team and to cooperate with others to get things done
  • To learn how to lead others and to apply leadership skills
  • To undertake and fulfill meaningful challenges and to earn the satisfaction of doing a job well
  • To work with youth and adults of all ages
  • To serve others (the most noble and fulfilling pursuit of all)
  • To give something back for the opportunities you have received
  • To live in a wholesome environment based on the Scout Oath and Scout Law
  • To have meaningful spiritual experiences
  • To have the advice, counsel, and support of senior staff who are dedicated to helping you succeed
  • To be paid and receive food and lodging in return for something challenging and fun
  • To be considered for jobs of greater responsibility and to receive letters of recommendation for other pursuits