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Summer Camp Staff

Job Description:
Camp Tuttle is currently seeking qualified individuals to apply for our Mental Health Advocacy Program. The
individual should be interested in working outdoors with youth ages 8-18 and young adults ages 18-25. This position requires some background and experience as a student or worker in the field of mental health or adjacent fields (e.g. social work, education, recreation leadership, etc). Because this position is the first of its kind at Camp Tuttle, candidates should be willing and ready to help collaborate, plan, and design a program that offers counselors and campers workshops, activities, and discussion opportunities surrounding positive mental health practices like emotional regulation, healthy boundaries, coping skills, self care promotion, etc. A commitment to the summer schedule is required. Room and board are provided during the camp sessions. Summer salary is dependent on experience, but will start at $18/hour.
Qualifications:

Age 21+

Undergrad degree required

Experience with children and youth recommended

Passion for outdoor recreation

Strong leadership skills

Highly skilled impersonal communicator

Ability to work closely with a staff of young adults (age 16-25) in a camp setting

Commitment to summer schedule (see below)
Schedule:
June 10th - 12th - Support Staff Training
June 12th-18th - Staff Training
June 18th - Community Labor of Love (work day)
June 20th - 22nd Staff Backpacking Trip
June 24th - 26th - Beginner Camp (Family camp)
June 27th - 29th - Mini Camp (3rd/4th graders)
July 10th - 15th - 5th/6th Camp
July 17th - 22nd - 7th/8th Camp
July 28th - 31st - H.S. Adventure Camp
August 1st - 3rd - H.S. Backpacking Trip
August 5th - 7th - Family Camp
August 12th - 14th Staff Alumni Retreat
For inquiries and further information contact Camp Tuttle Director, Ingrid VanZanten with subject line:
Camp Tuttle’s Mental Health Advocacy Program Position
Camp Tuttle
Episcopal Diocese of Utah
camptuttle@episcopal-ut.org 
camptuttle.org 
Camp Tuttle’s Mental Health Advocacy Program Position
Ingrid VanZanten (she/her)
Camp Tuttle Director
ivanzanten@episcopal-ut.org 
(435)890-8312

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Last Updated: 4/1/22