Camp Counselor Information
Madison County 4-H members ages 14-18 or in high school have the option to apply to be a 4-H Camp Counselor for our week long summer overnight camp.
All new AND returning camp counselors must complete an application and schedule an interview.
2023 Applications are due October 7, 2022
Camp Counselor Online Application (recommended completion on a computer/tablet, not phone)
- If you have any issues with the online application, you can complete the paper application here and submit to firstname.lastname@example.org: PDF Camp Counselor App
- Application includes the Standards of Behavior form and Camp Counselor Code of Conduct
- Parent signature is required online
Interview Sign Up Link - Will be sent via email to all applicants after the deadline
- Every new counselor applicant must sign up for an interview slot in mid-late October
Additional Information to read:
- Counselors begin meeting in February to plan the week of camp and meet several times throughout the year
- TENTATIVE Counselor Meeting Schedule - please review and begin making plans to attend most of the meetings! Meetings are subject to be virtual/change dates pending weather and other circumstances -Please Note the March 5th Meeting has been cancelled.
Counselor In Training Option:
If you are in 8th grade currently and will have completed 8th grade by the time of camp, you are eligible to be a Counselor In Training (CIT). On the camp registration form, there will be an option to check if you are willing to be a CIT. If you are interested in being a counselor in high school, please consider being a CIT. CIT's do not meet outside of camp, but are expected to hold a certain leadership rol during camp and will be shadowing a current camp counselor. They may also be asked to help out with various camp activities and serve as a role model for other campers.