Counselors are young adults who exhibit and articulate a genuine, active life of faith. With their enthusiasm to know and share Christ, counselors are role models who invite campers to dive deeper into their faith. Daily prayer, reflection and study are key in helping to develop excellent camp programs.
Counselors exhibit savvy leadership. Hearing and valuing the input of others, they make thoughtful decisions that maximize the fun and learning opportunities at camp. Many counselors come to the team with experience in faith formation, teaching, outdoor activity skills and/or leadership experience from their academic pursuits.
Counselors connect with each other in their shared service to campers and time off from camp is “Montana Amazing”. They are hiking Glacier National Park, whitewater rafting, sampling local huckleberry ice cream and fostering connections that endure.
“Getting to live in community you really become like a family. It helps in the work as you kind of become a well oiled machine. We would also go on adventures together on our time off, or even just hang out around the campfire. I still spend time with fellow counselors that I go to Carroll College with and keep in touch with others. it’s a great way to form new friendships.”
Anna M. Counselor 2015
Legendary Lodge seeks counselor candidates to: Pass on the Faith through their example, conversations and some presentations to campers Be an active learner through counselor/staff training and ongoing evaluation Instruct and assist campers with camp activities to help ensure their success Thrive in a team environment and help build a strong Catholic Community with fellow counselors and staff Take responsibility for their personal life, work and ministry through punctuality, cleanliness and, above all, preparedness to succeed Work hard, including “behind the scenes” to operate a safe and smooth-running camp Pursue excellence in their work and ministry by giving their all and looking for ways to improve
Volunteering at Legendary Lodge summer camp is a great way to serve young people and grow in your faith. Camp volunteers are asked to spend one week (Sun. – Fri.) at camp to better participate in the community and gain the skills needed to best serve. Volunteers are a critical part of camp as we believe in connecting campers with caring adults to walk with them on their journey. Training for volunteers includes camper safety, diocesan safe environment training, camp operations skills and program support.
Volunteers commit to one week of camp.
Coming in March
Coming in March