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Camp Maas

Become a mentor, leader and friend at Camp Maas.

Working at Camp Maas is different than working anywhere else during the summer. Here, everyone strives toward one common goal: creating an enriching and unforgettable experience for children. A camp job can be one of the most satisfying and rewarding 10 weeks of your life.

Caring and nurturing staff are the reason Tamarack Camps is the #1 Jewish overnight camp in the Detroit Metropolitan area. Our staff have fun each and every day while building friendships, developing critical skills and making a difference in the life of a child.

A job at Tamarack also offers:

  • Highly competitive salary
  • Free room and board
  • The opportunity to meet individuals from the local area and abroad
  • The chance to develop life skills today’s employers demand
  • A Jewish atmosphere to foster your Jewish identity
  • Staff socials in and out of camp
  • Days off
  • Local transportation for out-of-town staff
  • Staff lounge with access to laundry and phones

Required Dates

  • Pre-camp training – Dates TBD
  • Contract ends when camp finishes, around the middle of August

Requirements for Counselors

  • Experience working with children
  • Tripping/overnight camping experience preferred
  • Youth group or leadership experience preferred

Tamarack Camps is an equal employment opportunity workplace.

Outpost Camps

Get in touch with nature at Outpost Camp.

Let go of everyday routine as you tune into the great outdoors. The Outpost Experience and Ultimate Agree are rustic wilderness programs for high school teens located in remote locations of the Upper Peninsula in Michigan or Wawa, Ontario. These programs focus on hiking, canoeing, and creating strong and meaningful communities in the great outdoors.

All Outpost staff must:

  • Be a friend, teacher and role model
  • Plan and lead all camping trips
  • Be responsible for developing and implementing creative programming
  • Sleep in tents while camping
  • Assist with all meal preparation and clean-up
  • Obtain lifeguard and wilderness first-aid certification (provided for all staff)
  • Live in a remote wilderness location
  • Be responsible for the care and well-being of the campers

Due to the nature of this program, staff are not permitted time off for the duration of the program and must be available around the clock for campers.

While at base camp, staff have separate sleeping quarters from the campers. When on camping trips, staff will sleep in tents at primitive wilderness campsites with no amenities – that is, unless you count the Northern Lights, breathtaking sunsets and the call of the loon.

Tamarack Camps is an equal employment opportunity workplace.

Travel Trips

Lead their journey of a lifetime.

Travel Trips are available for campers entering 10th, 11th and 12th grades. Do you have the passion to lead a group of young travelers to Western U.S., Alaska or Israel? Explore our open positions for Travel Trip staff.

Western and Alaska Trips

Israel Trip

Tamarack Camps is an equal employment opportunity workplace.

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