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Camp jobs

Benefits of working with GSCO

You’ll feel good about helping to build girls of courage, confidence and character who make the world a better place but we also offer an excellent benefits package.

All regular, full time employees (working 30 hours a week or more) are eligible for benefits:

  • Health Insurance - Cost shared by GSCO
  • Dental Insurance - Cost shared by GSCO
  • Vision Insurance - Optional
  • Life Insurance – fully paid by GSCO, 2x annual salary up to $300,000
  • Optional Life Insurance – Employee paid – for additional employee coverage and/or dependents
  • Long Term Disability – Fully paid by GSCO
  • 403(b) Retirement Plan – GSCO matches 100% of employee contribution up to 2% of pay
  • Vacation – Employees are provided vacation time (Exempt employees – 20 days per year upon employment. Non-Exempt employees – 15 days per year upon employment.)
  • Sick Leave – Employees earn one day per month
  • Holidays – 10 paid holidays per year – includes one floating holiday

Camp jobs

Thank you for your interest in working at Girl Scout camp for summer 2015! General staff contract dates: May 26 - Aug. 11 (varies by location).

Apply for summer camp positions here!

Sky High Ranch: Locatedoutside of Colorado Springs at an elevation of 8,000 feet. Program activities include zip line, low ropes, hikes, arts and crafts, nature, science, small animal farm, archery, camping skills, backpacking, dance and drama, and CIT courses. Sleeping units are cabins and tabins. Staff are provided room and board for the season. For questions about Sky High Ranch seasonal positions, contact the camp director.

Tomahawk Ranch:  One hour southwest of Denver at an elevation of 8,600 feet. Program Activities include: Homesteading, Sports and Archery, Backpacking and Hiking, Camping Skills, Arts and Crafts, Farm, Gardening, Photography, CIT/WIT courses and internships, and Drama. Sleeping units are comprised of platform canvas tents, seasonal shelters and lodges. Staff are provided room and board for the season. For questions about Tomahawk Ranch seasonal positions, contact the camp director.

Troop Camp: These hourly positions (different from full season resident camp positions) are to help support Troop Camps where troops bring their girls to camps at designated dates throughout the state. Troop Camp staff should have experience in leading camp activities such as archery, low ropes course, and camp cooking. For questions about Troop Camp positions, contact the camp director.

NOTE: We have a limited number of volunteer positions at resident camps for parents. If you are interested in resident camp volunteer opportunities, please contact the camp director for your desired camp in December or January. Because of childcare licensing regulations and American Camp Association standards, adult volunteers at GSCO Resident Camps must go through additional background check processes on top of being registered as a volunteer for GSCO.