FUGE Camp’s primary placement for new applicants took place in early December. Spring interviews and placements will occur only on an as-needed basis. We will contact potential staffers later in the spring if we feel like your application/skill set meets an open need we have going into the summer (video, lifeguard, etc.).
We are looking for college students and young adults who love the Lord, have a desire to serve and are passionate about students. If you are chosen to work FUGE this summer, you will work on a team committed to seeing students experience this life-change.
The quality of FUGE camps is dependent on the staff recruited to serve and facilitate camp during the summer months.
The heart behind FUGE is that students would experience Christ in a deeper, more intimate, life-changing way during their time at camp. Students who come to camp may not remember all the details of the program but they will likely remember the staff member who served as their Bible study leader.
If you’re looking for the most rewarding and exhausting student ministry experience of your life, we welcome your application!
Please read below carefully, as this application process is different than most camps.
Advantages to Working Camp:
The application process is from June 1 through May 1. The earlier you apply the better!
Primary placement for new applicants takes place in early December. Spring placements will occur only on an as-needed basis. We suggest that applicants complete the application, references, and interview prior to December 1; however, individuals may still apply and interview throughout the spring to potentially fill open staff positions due to increased registration numbers.
Complete an application and schedule an interview by going to fugecamps.com and clicking on “Employment” under ABOUT at the bottom of the homepage.
After completing all forms and submitting your application, you will be guided through a process where you will have the opportunity to choose a time for an online interview through Zoom.
Yes. Salaries start at $225 per week. Staffers are paid bi-monthly.
Camps usually run for 5-6 weeks. Teams train together for a week before campers arrive. A typical summer will be about 7 weeks, although there are locations that are both shorter and longer.
Applicants must turn 19 years of age and one year removed from high school by August 1st to work Centrifuge. Applicants must turn 20 years of age by August 1st to work MFuge.
No. We take prayerful consideration to place the right people on the right team.
We look for staff with experience in leading Bible study and experience in the specific track times for which they apply.
We take 7 to 8 days to train staffers at the beginning of the summer. We will train each staffer in Bible Study, recreation, crisis situations, track time leadership, etc.
We will fly you to the camp location or give you up to $200 to bring your vehicle to camp. Have other questions? Email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.