Thank you for your interest in being a counselor or CIT!

Thank you for visiting the site, we look forward to your application.

We are excited that after a two year hiatus as a result of COVID -19,

Camp Friendship and Catholic Camp are scheduled to return for summer 2022.

Week 1: May 28th - June 4th

Week 2: June 4th - June 11th

Week 3: June 11th - June 18th

Week 4: June 18th - June 25th

Counselors in Training (CITs) must be between the ages of 15 and 17 to be considered.

Counselors must be 18 years old or older to be considered.

Vaccine Required for volunteers (not required for campers):

Our primary concern at Camp is to create and maintain a safe environment for the children and staff.

The Covid Vaccine is required for all volunteers.  This is the unanimous recommendation of the doctors and nurses who assist us each summer.

Please submit a copy of your vaccine record with your application.

With thanks and peace,

Ms. Heidi and Fr. Tim

2019 Camp Friendship Counselors
What To Expect as a Camp Counselor
A Day in the Life at Camp
Favorite Camp Activities
Life Lessons Learned at Camp
Community Connections

“After a week at Camp Friendship, I felt I’d known the campers and counselors for years. The week is a very intense week, but I left feeling so good about myself. While my motivation for going was to help the children, I felt what they gave me was ten-fold!”

- Camp Friendship Counselor

“Camp Friendship is an extraordinary camp where truly caring and dedicated adults get to work with amazing and resilient children, many of whom come from hard places. It is transformative for both children and staff when children achieve success and feel recognized for their inherent goodness and beauty! It is totally a gift and joy to volunteer at Camp Friendship!”

- Camp Friendship Counselor

“Catholic Camp gives campers a chance to really explore and practice their faith in a setting where they feel heard and understood. They are presented with a chance to learn in an open, fun environment with both campers and counselors that they can identify themselves with”

- Catholic Camp Counselor