Statement of Non-Discrimination
The Great thou Art Camp does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion or creed, gender, gender expression, age, national origin or ancestry, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status, in any of its activities or operations. These activities include, but are not limited to, hiring and termination of staff, selection of volunteers and vendors, and provision of services. The Great thou Art Camp is committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming environment for all members of its staff, volunteers, program attendees and their families.
Background checks are required for all staff age 18 and above.
A Safe Church certificate is required for all staff age 16 and above. This can be taken online at home.
The Great thou Art Camp welcomes volunteers who wish to extend their experience in particular artistic or organizational ways that work well with the camp’s various studios. We welcome into the various studios, skilled and gifted volunteers of all ages 14+. We love volunteers of all ages and have a large variety of duties including some listed below. All volunteers must be scheduled by the Camp Director or Head Counselor. Volunteer scheduling depends on need and available space. The Great thou Art Camp does not usually accept volunteers under age 14.
We are delighted to invite volunteers who have particular artistic skills appropriate to any one of our studios. Artists are often in need of an extra pair of experienced hands!
We may find there are campers with special needs or concerns who will enjoy their camp experience more fully with the assistance of a particular “camp friend” to help them through the day. This can be challenging, frustrating work, but it is always fulfilling. Volunteers for one-on-one work should be adults experienced with school-age children with demonstrated patience and unending love for very special children.
Volunteers sit and greet visitors as they arrive during the day, log them in, give them appropriate name badges to wear during their visit to camp (e.g. Guest Badge, Family Badge, etc.) They volunteer four hours or more for various shifts during the week.
Office Volunteers are valued for their computer skills, sorting, folding, fine penmanship, organizational skills and a myriad of various duties that arise during any day at camp.
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