SWAT Information


If your schedule does not allow you to join us for 5 days this Summer, but you would like to volunteer, join our SWAT Team! There are many pre-camp and end-of-camp jobs that we refer to as SWAT jobs, and the volunteers who fulfill them become our SWAT Team. 


SWAT jobs require a minimum of eight (8) hours of volunteer time and guarantee placement of one camper in either session of camp. SWAT jobs that run for four (4) hours must be combined with another four-hour job to total the eight volunteer hours. 




NEW THIS YEAR: Registration for adult SWAT volunteers opened on Wed. February 28th and takes place through CampDoc.




Positions are filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Volunteers will be notified by e-mail, confirming their placement or wait list status, along with any further instructions. 

  • STAFF SNACK FOR OUTDOOR TRAINING: Assist Coordinator with purchasing, preparing, serving, and clean-up of snack for Outdoor Training on Sun. June 9th at Temple Isaiah in Fulton. (two positions)
  • SUPPLY ASSISTANCE FOR OUTDOOR TRAINING: Assist in filling craft supply orders (detail-oriented job) at Outdoor Training on Sun. June 9th at Temple Isaiah in Fulton. (one position)

  • WRAP-UP AND PACK-UP ON SATURDAY 6/29: May include sorting supplies, restocking supplies, clean-up of camp equipment, packing/loading boxes, cleaning up grounds of Temple Isaiah. *Can be labor intensive. (three positions available)

  • 6TH GRADE ACTIVITY SUPPORT: Assist with late program on Wed. June 26th from 6-10 pm (crafts, food) AND on Thurs. June 27th from 7-10 am (breakfast set-up, clean-up). At Temple Isaiah in Fulton. (three positions available)


    • Position One: Prepare documentation of volunteer hours for PA girls. Must be available Thurs. evening June 27th OR Fri. morning June 28th. *This job is suitable for someone with limited mobility.

    • Position Two: Pick-up and set-up refreshments for celebration of PAs bridging to adults, Fri. morning June 28th.

  • PROGRAM/CRAFT PREP/SWAPS: Making SWAPS for Headquarters and/or preparing theme-related program materials. The Program Director will provide the materials and directions for the swaps and crafts that you will be making. (four positions)

  • FLAGS: Buy fabric and sew unit flags. Sewing machine and basic sewing skills required. Flags must be completed one week before the session starts. The Program Director will provide directions for all the flags that are needed for camp. (one position)