Work at Camp


The Salvation Army has so many opportunities for you to give back to your community: around the corner and around the world! One of our favorite ways in the Youth Department is working at camp. Every year, camps across the Eastern Territory are looking for Christian men and women in their teen and young adult years who are passionate about youth.

Many of us have stories about how our counselors were only in our lives for a week, but managed to use that time to show Jesus to their campers in a very real way! Find your camp below and go to their website to apply for a summer job.


Camp Ladore

Camp Ladore is owned and operated by The Salvation Army. Situated among picturesque mountain ranges it consists of approximately 1,200 acres of land surrounding a 265 acre lake. Our programs take full advantage of these natural resources for contributing to the spiritual, educational, social, and recreational needs of every camper. An integrated Christian Education program provides opportunity for spiritual decision and growth. The Salvation Army is ready to supply the ultimate camping experience through its American Camping Association accredited facilities with a mature, well-trained staff. The Camp facilities include a swimming pool, lakeside waterfronts for boating, pioneer living area, hiking trails, animal farm, a high ropes challenge course, arts & crafts and nature lodges, 4 athletic fields and basketball courts. Outdoor amphitheaters with campfire circles are used during evening programs and devotional times. Each village also has its own activity building for rainy days.


Long Point Camp

Long Point Camp is centrally located in the scenic Finger Lakes Region of New York State and operates year-round. Long Point Camp boasts 138 acres of wooded hills, farmland and shoreline on the western side of Seneca Lake, just off Route 14 near Penn Yan. Camp is an active place with plenty of physical activity for the benefit of a child’s health and well-being. Because Long Point Camp is a Christian camp, children are offered the opportunity to participate in Christian education, devotions, prayer and a worship service. Our facility is equipped with a playground, gymnasium, a lakefront boating area, pontoon boat and kayaks, an outdoor swimming pool, a pioneer village, a low ropes challenge course, an animal farm, hiking trails, sports recreation fields, and outdoor basketball and volleyball courts. This provides a variety of activities for the camper to participate in.


Star Lake Camp

The purpose of The Salvation Army camping is to serve the needs of campers; physical, social and spiritual. For the physical needs, our aim is to help the camper develop good health habits in cleanliness, proper rest, balanced diet, exercise and care of the body. To meet social needs the camp provides an opportunity for each camper to contribute to and receive from a group living experience. The aim is to help campers make their own right decisions, stimulate creativity and foster independence.


Camp Tecumseh

The Salvation Army’s Camp Tecumseh is located on almost 400 acres of rolling hills in rural Hunterdon County, New Jersey.  We are visited each year by more than 900 children and dozens of senior citizens as well as U.S. Veterans. A fun-filled program allows campers to participate in group activities that encourage individual physical, emotional and spiritual growth.  The programs at Camp Tecumseh help campers from varying backgrounds grow to responsible maturity through application of Christian principles. The well-trained staff is selected for their interest with children, related education and camping experience.  In fact, many of the staff are former campers.  Activities include swimming, boating, hiking, fishing, crafts, music, drama, archery, disc golf and more.  The camp is attended by children and seniors from all walks of life across the state of New Jersey.



Camp NEOSA, located on beautiful Leesville Lake in Carroll County is an ideal place for birthdays, picnics, weddings, anything you can imagine.  We are owned and operated by the Salvation Army and we are an ACA accredited camp and maintain a standard of exceeding  excellence in all things camping.


Camp Sebago

Each year Camp Sebago enriches the lives of many. Whether a seven year old away from home for the first time, a teenager who spends a summer on staff, or a senior at camp for a weekend retreat, Camp Sebago holds a special place as a lifelong memory. The overall purpose of camping at Camp Sebago is to care for every aspect of the camper’s life. This includes provision for the spiritual, educational, nutritional, social, and recreational needs of campers through creative, healthy experiences in cooperative group living in an outdoor setting. The summer program consists of seven weeklong sessions. The children come to camp from Salvation Army corps and service units throughout Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont. The main camp program is geared to boys and girls age 7-12. We also offer one week of teen camp for ages 13-16 where campers may spend the week camping out, sleeping in tents and cooking meals over an open fire. Or they may choose our traditional program or music conservatory.



Camp CONNRI is situated on 272 acres of rolling hills, overlooking a pristine 50 acre lake in Ashford, Connecticut. Campers enjoy a wide variety of activities including: swimming, hiking, fishing, kayaking, baseball, softball, basketball, volleyball, nature studies, arts and crafts, low ropes, geocaching and much more. The camp offers a safe, Christian environment that nourishes your child’s physical growth, mental maturity, and spiritual enthusiasm. Activities are under the supervision of certified, experienced personnel, where the safety and welfare of all campers is a primary concern of every staff member. The Camp is proud to be accredited by the American Camping Association, the State of Connecticut, and The Salvation Army.



Camp SWONEKY provides a respite from the world, enabling individuals to refocus their lives and priorities.  Camp SWONEKY has been a place of rest, relaxation and fun for both kids and adults alike! The ministry of Camp SWONEKY is focused on bringing kids to Christ through love, acceptance and support. Because of this, many children have found HOPE in the midst of things like poverty, broken homes, and broken spirits. Many also find a calling, and with a desire to give that same HOPE to another kid in need, they return to Camp SWONEKY year after year as volunteers, staff members, and counselors.


Camp Wonderland

At Camp Wonderland, there are hundreds of kids who will enter our gates ready to have their best summer yet! They will meet new friends, try new things that they can’t do anywhere else, sing silly songs around the campfire, make s’mores, learn about God’s love in Morning Discovery, and be wowed by the amazing staff that create “The Happy Summer Place”! Attending summer camp will expand their independence, confidence, teamwork, and interpersonal skills. It gives kids a break from screens, and helps create new opportunities to try new things in a safe place. Kids say they are their “best selves” at summer camp!


Camp Allegheny

Experience 110 acres of fields, rivers, woods and a state-of-the-art facility just one hour north of Pittsburgh. Certified by the American Camp Association, the curriculum at Camp Allegheny is focused on Christian principles and promotes an awareness of God in nature and a relationship with Him. Children are housed in a safe, nurturing environment and provided with a host of physical activities. Character development study, based on biblical principles, is at the core of all Camp Allegheny programs.