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190 Kenyon Road, Lakeside, Connecticut 06758  tel: 860.567.9623  fax: 860.567.3037 camp@campwashington.org

Registered Nurse

(Sunday - Friday)  Limited weeks available

o    Primary function: Provide routine and emergency medical care to campers and staff.

o   Current RN licensed in Connecticut required

o   Current certification in American Red Cross CPR for the Professional Rescuer or American Heart Association CPR for Healthcare Providers. Send a letter of interest to Camp Washington 190 Kenyon Road, Lakeside CT or contact camp@campwashington.org to set up an interview.

Dishwasher/Kitchen helper

A perfect opportunity to learn about the Food Service Industry. No experience necessary, just a good attitude and an eagerness to learn. Must be available on weekends. Send a letter of interest to Camp Washington 190 Kenyon Road, Lakeside CT or contact camp@campwashington.org to set up an interview.

 

P/T Kitchen Assistant

Established Episcopal Camp/Conference center is looking for a (year-round) P/T Kitchen Assistant to help prepare and serve homemade meals to children and adults, in an open, welcoming, and diverse environment. The ideal candidate will be creative, flexible, and friendly, with a willingness to learn and share their talents. Weekends and flexibility are required. Send resume and cover letter of interest to Camp Washington 190 Kenyon Road, Lakeside CT or contact camp@campwashington.org to set up an interview.

 

P/T Seasonal Maintenance Worker

needed at busy camp & Conference Center. Assist with routine maintenance & upkeep of buildings, grounds, equipment, and other special projects. Looking for a conscientious, hard-working person. Send a letter of interest to Camp Washington 190 Kenyon Road, Lakeside CT or contact camp@campwashington.org to set up an interview.

HAPPENING 3

March 8 - 10, 2019

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A Ministry of the Episcopal Church in CT for Teens and by Teens

Happening is a Christian experience for Teenagers by Teenagers (with the help of some clergy and lay adults) that takes place at Camp Washington. It is a weekend of exploration planned by young people from all over the state of CT and beyond.  Happening is for High School aged youth in grades 10-12. The weekend is led by a young person who serves as Rector; your guide throughout the weekend. You’ll also find other teens experiencing Happening for the first time. It’s perfect for church youth groups, confirmation classes, or anyone who is curious about God’s love, and how to share it.

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Bart Geissinger

Executive Director

I am richly blessed to be serving as Executive Director. Some of my greatest childhood memories are of this place and I couldn’t wait to introduce my son to Camp Washington. The community here is inclusive and welcoming. We invite God’s children of all ages into a safe place to explore their faith, and their relationship and responsibility to creation, a place to simply play and be God’s children. The simple joys of a sunset, a campfire, a summer afternoon rain shower, the smile of a child making a new friend, the high five of a victorious capture the flag game are the things that bring me joy. I couldn’t think of a better place to “work” and I am so excited about the future of Camp Washington.

Ben Thompson

Chef & Director of Food Services

CW is a wonderful community of diverse personalities, where EVERYONE  is welcomed and accepted.  As Chef and Director of Food Services, I’ve worked and lived at Camp Washington with my family for 15 years.  I cannot think of a better place to raise a child or work.  It has become a beloved part of our lives and for that we are grateful.

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Diane Atwood

Operations Manager

Camp Washington is a kind and caring community in which I have been blessed to work for the past 15 years… it’s my "happy place".  Coming to Camp has given me so much; family, fun, faith, creativity & much more.  Not only do I get the enjoyment of meeting new people all of the time, but also I see familiar faces return to Camp year after year. Camp Washington is a place where you can be yourself, surrounded by nature and community.

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second sundays

June 9, 2019 at 4:30pm

 

Join The Rev. Marilyn Anderson

“Who’s Afraid of the Big, Bad Wolf?”

 

In the Bible and in our Western culture the wolf has been viewed as a threatening, rapacious, calculating animal.  We might even say that each of us has a ‘shadow’ side that is more like wolf than angel.  But throughout our spiritual journeys we are called to befriend our inner wolves and to let the Holy Spirit shine God’s redeeming light on them.  We’re called to incorporate our redeemed inner wolves into our lives through and through, for that is the only way we can achieve a more mature state of wholeness in God’s eyes and in our own souls.  We’ll look at how wolves are portrayed in the Bible and then we’ll consider two legends from the Christian tradition that present the wolf as redeemed predator—the stories of the martyrdom of King Edmund of England and the legend of Saint Francis and the Wolf of Gubbio.

$10.00 suggested donation for dinner.

Call now to register. 860.567.9623

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Bishops' Book Study

Friday June 28, 2019

Join us at 11AM (12:30 lunch to follow, $10 registration), when we will be hosting an hour long book discussion, led by Bishop Laura J. Ahrens, with continued conversation over lunch. The discussion is open to everyone, even if you have not read the book, you are welcome to join in! There is no cost to attend, however, registration is required. More information is available HERE. Registration is open! We will be discussing the book Searching for Sunday: Loving, Leaving, and Finding the Church by Rachel Held Evans.

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Waterfront Director
  • Primary function: supervise all waterfront activities and lifeguards; along with activity area coordinators, responsible for planning special events

  • At least 21 years old

  • Current certification in Am. Red Cross Lifeguard Training or equivalent

  • Current certification in Am. Red Cross First Aid & CPR for the Professional Rescuer 

  • Current certification in Am. Red Cross Fundamentals of Canoeing & Waterfront Safety 

 

Cabin Counselors 

  • Primary function: Supervise campers living in cabins and teach activities in assigned program areas – Musical Skills Welcome.  Cabin Counselors are the most important members of the Camp Washington team, being regularly engaged with our campers on a personal level and developing strong and healthy relationships with them on a regular basis.

  • At least 18 years old

  • Previous experience working with children & teens desirable

  • Willing to provide and receive open, honest feedback with supervisors and co-workers.

  • (Certified Lifeguards are especially welcome to apply)

 *All applicants are subject to a criminal background and reference check

Tyler Jarvis
Summer Camp Director &
Special Programs Coordinator

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We are looking for a Full Time 

Summer Camp and Program Director

 

 This candidate will be both a leader in all aspects of the residential summer camp program, and in year-round formation opportunities for youth and adults. The Summer Camp & Programs Director will be responsible for furthering the goals of Camp Washington through active recruitment of staff, summer chaplains, and campers, program development, enrollment, marketing and social platforms.