Project Serve

WHAT PROJECT SERVE AT CAMP IS: 

  • Project Serve IS an excellent leadership development opportunity.
  • Project Serve IS a week of working behind the scenes with minimal recognition.
  • Project Serve IS an opportunity to serve shoulder to shoulder with people from other areas of the country all working towards a common goal.
  • Project Serve IS a week for personal, social, mental, and spiritual growth.
  • Projects Serve IS a week of hard work!
  • Project Serve IS also FUN, even though you might shed a few tears YOU WILL laugh a lot too!

WHAT PROJECT SERVE AT CAMP IS NOT:

  • Project Serve IS NOT a camper experience and it does NOT follow the camper schedule.
  • Project Serve IS NOT the cheaper way to get into a camp.
  • Project Serve IS NOT for the faint of heart, and for those opposed to working long hours.
  • Project Serve is NOT for people who rebel against authority when work gets difficult.

ROLES ON A PROJECT SERVE TEAM: 

TEAM LEADER

Provides leadership, supervision, recruitment, and implementation for everthing Project Serve at a week of YFC Camp and reports directly to the Camp Director. 

TEAM CO-LEADER

Provides a focused leadership on the pastoral care and spiritual formation of the Team Members throughout the week. 

AREA LEAD

The main responsibility of an Area Leader is to provide leadership, supervision, and encouragement to the team members assigned to your area. Areas are the different categories of work needed. They are a little different per camp location but can include the following: Dining Hall, Kitchen, Dish Pit, Program Team Support, Adventure Crew, Landscaping, Housekeeping, Camp Store. Area leads are adults and have a small amount of pre-camp communication to engage in with the Team Leader. 

TEAM MEMBER

The main responsibility of a team member is to serve those attending YFC Camp with enthusiasm, hard work, and commitment in the role assigned to them for the week. The job assignment areas are a little different per camp location but include a combination of the following: Dining Hall, Kitchen, Dish Pit, Program Team Support, Adventure Crew, Landscaping, Housekeeping, Camp Store. Team members are assigned based on the needs of the camp and can be anyone age 16 or older.

 
He made himself nothing by taking the very nature of a servant, being made in human likeness.
— Philippians 2:7



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