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SUMMER JOBS

Join the Team

We are looking for people passionate about our mission of creating an inclusive camp environment for children. Join us in providing these children with fun and exciting activities, while offering opportunities for new friendships and personal growth. We are looking for team members who:

  • Like working with others in dynamic team environment
  • Are patient and flexible
  • Can remain calm in stressful situations
  • Are able to visually and physically monitor child safety
  • Are easily directed; can accept feedback from supervisors
  • Are physically active – they need to be able to run, climb stairs, etc

Employment

Click HERE to download a printable application.

2020 Online Staff Schedule

Master Clinician

Certified SLPs (No CFYs)

Must meet ASHA criteria to supervise student clinicians

Responsible for supervising up to 8 student clinicians

Student Clinicians

Undergrad or graduate students enrolled in an SLP program

Must have 25 hours of ASHA approved observation time

Plan and conduct speech/language therapy in push-in and pull-out settings

Earn supervised experience assessing speech/language and planning/conducting therapy

Not a paid position, but a scholarship stipend is available

Camp Counselors: Activities

Ages 18+

Ideal for college students who are interested in general or special education, social work, counseling, psychology, speech-language pathology, occupational and physical therapy, nursing, and related fields in the helping professions.

Flexible, able to adapt when schedules change or unexpected events occur

Plan and lead the camper’s recreation activities (arts and crafts, nature/outdoors, sports, water activities)

Camp Counselors: Cabin Staff
    • Requirements:
      • Ages 17+
      • Experience working with children is preferred
      • Able to lead/direct children
    • Job Expectations:
      • Live in cabins with 6-10 campers
      • Act as a parent/teacher/role model/friend to campers
      • Monitor camper hygiene (brushing teeth, showing, etc)
      • Participate and provide oversight during camp activities
Support Staff
  • Maintenance Staff
  • Kitchen Staff
  • Camp Caretaker
  • Social Media Marketing Manager
  • Camp Nurse
When is the deadline for applications?
The deadline for applications is May 1st. However, we encourage applicants who are seriously interested in working at Camp Meadowood Springs to submit their applications early as many positions tend to fill quickly.
How can I submit my application for consideration of a staff position?
Click HERE to download a printable application.

You may submit your application along with supporting documents using our online application or printer-friendly applications (and supplemental documents) can be completed and sent to us at PO Box 1025, Pendleton, OR 97801.

The Meadowood Promise
When you choose Camp Meadowood Springs, you receive peace of mind. From registration to departure from camp, our registration fees are all-inclusive and guarantee that you and your camper(s) will have access to all of the following: Convenient registration assistance, comfortable accommodations, clean and sanitary facilities, nutritional meals and snacks, low staff-to-camper ratios, access to over a dozen camp activities, sponsorship advocacy, friendly and courteous staff, and much more…

 


Volunteering

An Intrinsically Rewarding Experience

With so many projects to get involved in, volunteering has never been more fun.
Forest Fire Crew

Planned Giving

Eastern Oregon is a very caring place to live. Many people give generously of their time and financial resources to the non-profit groups of their choice. When these people are gone, their support is sorely missed. Through a will, life insurance, a charitable remainder trust or other financial plan, you can leave a legacy to help organizations that are making a difference to you, your family, and your community. You can make a difference in the lives that follow. For more information about planned gifts please contact us.
Our Wishlist

Frequently asked questions about making a planned gift:

Do I need to have an estate to leave a gift?
“Estate” is simply a word used to describe any property money, or personal belongings you have when you die. Most people leave an estate, even if they don’t have a great deal of money. Anyone can arrange to leave a charitable gift from his or her estate.
How can I be sure that the organization I desire receives my gift?
To be certain that the non-profit organization you support receives your gift, you should state your intention and specifically name the organization in your will. Without a will, you lose control over your belongings after death. With a will, you—not the State—decide how your property and finances are settled.
How do I leave a gift in memory of a person?
A planned gift is a wonderful way to recognize someone who has made a difference in your life or to honor an organization that has made a difference in the life of a loved one. This kind of memorial gift can be made in the same manner as your planned gift—through your will or trust. You just need to make it clear that this gift is made in memory of a particular person or for a specific cause.
Who can help me arrange a gift?
If you are working with a professional—like a financial planner, lawyer, accountant, or insurance agent—please talk to them about leaving a gift. Or, you can call the non-profit organization of your choice for assistance in leaving a gift.
Do I tell the charity I’ve left the gift?
This is up to you. Charities often like to know so they can recognize your generosity. They may also be able to help you specify particular programs to receive your gift and help you use the correct legal name of the organization in your documents. Whether you let the charity know or not is your decision.