Who We Look For

​Applicant Characteristics:

  • Applicants who demonstrate a strong desire to be involved in missions

  • A strong involvement in serving in your church and community

  • A heart for children and mentoring campers

  • An appreciation for the outdoors and God’s beautiful creation

  • An eagerness to learn, grow and step outside of their comfort zone

  • A desire to be a part of a team and a work family

  • Strong work ethic and the willingness to work long physically demanding days

  • Staff members are expected to portray the finest example of Christian conduct in conversation, attitude and action whether on or off duty and on or off campus.


Our staff are diverse in their experiences, skills and passions. We need all kinds of personalities to ensure we have the most qualified staff for our campers. We need musicians to lead vespers and teach campers how worship can be a part of their entire day. We need experienced athletes to guide campers in becoming good leaders and team players. Artist are vital for demonstrating how God gives each of us unique skills that we can use to share the Gospel. Outdoors enthusiast provide opportunities to encourage our campers to step outside of our comfort zone and follow God’s calling in their life. We need introverts and extroverts, energetic and introspective personalities to ensure that we have the right kind of leader for each individual camper.

A summer working at WorldSong will not be like the average summer job. You will be expected to act professionally, to demonstrate and grow in your leadership skills and above all else put the camper’s needs first. Our staff are held to high expectations. If you are willing to challenge yourself, take constructive criticism and be an encourager to fellow staff then you will thrive here.


Most of our staff members are college students, but we also have young teachers who spend their summers continuing to serve children. There are limited spots available for those who have completed their Junior year of High School. Most of those limited spots are field by former CITs (Cabin Leaders in Training) who have gone through a leadership program which lasts 3-4 summers.


All staff must be available for Pre-camp training (Dates TBA). Contracts can be as short as 4 weeks or as long as 9 weeks depending on your availability, skill set and the needs of the camp. We will talk about this in your interview and determine what is the best fit for you.

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This website and the ministry of WorldSong are made possible by your gifts through The Cooperative Program and to the Myers-Mallory State Missions Offering.