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Summer Staff

Come spend a summer at Bethel Horizons! This is an opportunity for you to positively impact a child’s life, while developing skills to build an incredible resume. You will grow in leadership, communications, critical thinking and creativity. Make this summer meaningful, memorable and full of adventure.

Don’t settle. Your future depends on it! Apply today. We are hiring artists, naturalists, life guards, Jr. and senior counselors and more.

 

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PROGRAM STAFF

ADVENTURE SPECIALIST

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POSITION SUMMARY:
As the Adventure Specialist, this person will provide the Adventure Director with a consistent facilitator and belayer for Bethel Horizons Adventure and Environmental Education Programs that serve youth and adults engaged in educational and recreational programs. The Adventure Specialist will also provide leadership for summer Adventure activities like Mountain Biking and Canoeing. The population that we serve comes from a diverse set of socio-economic backgrounds.
Food and lodging are provided throughout the time of employment.

AUTHORITY AND RESPONSIBILITY
The Program Staff is accountable to the Adventure Director for the quality and delivery of work produced.

HOURS: PART-TIME/FULL-TIME: Seasonal Full-Time: On-Site from 2pm Sunday – 12pm
Friday for each week hired. 48 Hours time-off every weekend. On-Site hours fluctuate with
demands of the program.
LOCATION: Bethel Horizons Camp and Retreat Center
COMPENSATION: Commensurate with education and experience

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:
● Facilitate environmental education programs
● Lifeguard for swimming & canoeing
● Assist with Mountain Bike Instruction and related Adventure programming
● Assist with the maintenance and cleaning of equipment and programming areas
● Work closely with the Adventure Director in implementing the Adventure Program
● Assist in projects as assigned by the Adventure Director.
● Assist with in-camp programs, including campfires, when available.
● Other duties as assigned by the summer Program Coordinator and Program Director.

QUALIFICATIONS:
● Minimum 18 years of age
● Suggested one year of college education or the equivalent in working life experience
● The ability to meet each camper where that camper is at with the four harmonies of
BethelHorizons: God, Self, Others and Nature
● Interest in working with children, ability to understand the needs of the campers, and the
good judgment to place the needs of the campers and the camp ahead of personal
desires
● Experience facilitating groups in challenge course education models
● Documented skills on high ropes course, rock climbing and rappelling
● Experience in mountain biking
● Interest in contributing to the achievement of the objectives of the camp
● Ability to work as a member of a group or team

DATES & SCHEDULE:
The busy season is April through October, with minimal work available November through March. Staff training late March/early April
40 hours per week and get two days off in a row when possible. Some weekend
work is required.

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SUMMER PROGRAM

COORDINATOR

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POSITION SUMMARY:
Working with children between the ages of 7 and 17. Supervising staff ages 16+. The population that we serve comes from a diverse set of socio-economic backgrounds. Bethel Horizons strives to create a positive atmosphere for all people. You will be responsible for coordinating one of the two camps that take place weekly. This includes supervising staff, coordinating meals, and working with staff and campers on behavioral needs, schedules, and various other needs. Room and board are provided for the entire
summer.

AUTHORITY AND RESPONSIBILITY
A Program Coordinator is accountable to the Program Director for the quality and delivery of work produced.

HOURS:PART-TIME/FULL-TIME: Seasonal Full-Time
COMPENSATION: Commensurate with education and experience.

QUALIFICATIONS:
● Minimum 21 years of age
● Suggested one year of college education or the equivalent in working life experience.
● The ability to meet each camper where that camper is at with the four harmonies of Bethel Horizons: God, Self, Others and Nature.
● Emotional maturity
● Interest working with children, ability to understand the needs of the campers, and the good judgment to place the needs of the campers and the camp ahead of personal desires.
● Interest in contributing to the achievement of the objectives of the camp. Ability to work as a member of a group or team.

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:
● Direct supervision of summer staff
● Ensuring staff are compliant with Bethel Horizons policies and procedures, and the overall goals of each weekly program.
● General planning and coordinating of camp programs.
● Assigning daily camp tasks and ensuring the completion of those tasks
● Interpret safety and health regulations.
● Guide the individual camper in participation in individual, total program unit and all-camp activities.
● Assist with program activities and other activities in the program unit, working closely with the Senior Counselors.
● Assist with all camp program activities and other camp wide activities as assigned.
● Other duties as assigned by the Program Director.

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SR. COUNSELOR

COUNSELOR

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POSITION SUMMARY:
As a Senior Counselor, this person will work in tandem with another Senior Counselor and other staff members in leadership and guidance of six to eight campers from various economic backgrounds. The population that we serve comes from a diverse set of socio-economic backgrounds. Food and lodging provided through the time of employment.

AUTHORITY AND RESPONSIBILITY
A Senior Counselor is accountable to the summer Program Coordinator and Program Director for the quality and delivery of work produced.

HOURS:PART-TIME/FULL-TIME: Seasonal Full-Time
COMPENSATION: Commensurate with education and experience.

QUALIFICATIONS:
● Minimum 18 years of age
● Suggested one year of college education or the equivalent in working life experience
● The ability to meet each camper where that camper is at with the four harmonies of Bethel Horizons: God, Self, Others and Nature.
● Emotional maturity
● Interest in working with children, ability to understand the needs of the campers and the good judgment to place the needs of the campers and the camp ahead of personal desires.
● Interest in contributing to the achievement of the objectives of the camp.
● Ability to work as a member of a group or team.

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:
● Live with a group of 6-8 campers and help each camper adjust and grow with other campers and camp life.
● Participation in the general planning of the camp program
● Interpret safety and health regulations.
● Guide the individual camper in participation in individual, total program unit, and all-camp activities.
● Assist with program activities and other activities in the program unit, working closely with the Program Director and Program Coordinator.
● Assist with all camp program activities and other camp-wide activities as assigned. Other duties as assigned by the summer Program Director.

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CAMP HEALTH

SUPERVISOR

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POSITION SUMMARY:
As the Camp Health Supervisor, this person is the health resource person for all summer campers and staff. This person will perform health checks of all campers, administer medications as needed, and administer emergency procedures as needed in accordance with ACA Standards, Wisconsin State
Standards and the provided Standing Orders. The population that we serve comes from a diverse set of socio-economic backgrounds. For serious or life-threatening emergencies, the Dodgeville Emergency Room will be contacted via 911. Food and lodging are provided throughout the time of employment.
Preferred age of 21+.

AUTHORITY AND RESPONSIBILITY
The Camp Health supervisor is accountable to the Executive Director for the quality and delivery of work produced.

HOURS:PART-TIME/FULL-TIME: Seasonal Full-Time
COMPENSATION: Commensurate with education and experience

QUALIFICATIONS:
● Valid Red Cross First Aid, CPR/AED Certification.
● Suggested one year of college education or equivalent work experience.

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:
● Perform health checks of every camper on the first day of their camp week.
● Administer medication as needed.
● Administer emergency procedures as needed.
● Administer care and first aid for basic injury.
● Document all health-related interactions on our electronic system “CampWise.”
● Communicate with the guardians of campers as necessary to inform them of injury or otherwise.
● Refill and monitor First Aid Kits that are in the staff position.
● Refill and monitor First Aid Kits in each building and vehicle.
● Assist with daily job assignments assigned at the beginning of the week.
● Assist with children as necessary – behavior management and counselor relief.
● Other duties as assigned by the Program Director or Executive Director.

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LIFE GUARD

SUPPORT STAFF

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POSITION SUMMARY:
As the Lifeguard, this person will be responsible for the safety and supervision of campers and staff while swimming, canoeing or lazy-river tubing. Depending on the number of campers participating in each event, the lifeguard will work with one or more trained and certified staff to fulfill appropriate ratios as determined by the State of Wisconsin and the American Camping Association standards. The population
that we serve comes from a diverse set of socio-economic backgrounds. Food and lodging are provided through the time of employment.

AUTHORITY AND RESPONSIBILITY
The Lifeguard is accountable to the Program Director for the quality and delivery of work produced.

HOURS:PART-TIME/FULL-TIME: Seasonal Full-Time
COMPENSATION: Commensurate with education and experience

QUALIFICATIONS:
● Preferred candidates that are 21 years of age or older
● Valid Red Cross Lifeguard certification or equivalent Lifeguard Certification.
● Suggested one year of college education or the equivalent in working life experience.
● The ability to meet each camper where that camper is at with the four harmonies of Bethel Horizons: God, Self, Others and Nature.
● Emotional maturity
● Interest in contributing to the achievement of the objectives of the camp.
● Ability to work as a member of a group or team.

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:
● Lifeguard at Governor Dodge State Park 2-4 times a week.
● Lifeguard at other times as assigned by the summer Program Director or Program Coordinator.
● Assist with daily job assignments assigned at the beginning of the week.
● Participation in the general planning of the camp program.
● Interpret safety and health regulations and explain them to campers and staff.
● Assist with program activities and other activities in the program unit, working closely with the Program Coordinators.
● Assist with all camp program activities and other camp wide activities as assigned. Other duties as assigned by the summer Program Director or Program Coordinator.

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SUMMER COOK

KITCHEN STAFF

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POSITION SUMMARY:
You will be responsible for making menus and cooking for adult or youth campers. The population that we serve comes from a diverse set of socio-economic backgrounds. The ideal candidate has knowledge of cooking for special diets (ex. vegetarian, gluten free, dairy free, nut free, etc.) or is willing to learn. The cook is also responsible for keeping the kitchen clean and following state food safety codes. Creativity is
encouraged in this position. Preferred age of 21+.

AUTHORITY AND RESPONSIBILITY
The Summer Cook is accountable to the Food Services Director for the quality and delivery of work produced.

HOURS:PART-TIME/FULL-TIME: Seasonal Full-Time
COMPENSATION: Commensurate with education and experience

QUALIFICATIONS:
● Valid ServSafe and/or Learn2Serve Food Safety Management Principles Certification.
● Suggested one year of college education or the equivalent in working life experience.
● The ability to meet each camper where that camper is at with the four harmonies of Bethel
Horizons: God, Self, Others and Nature.
● Emotional maturity
● Interest in contributing to the achievement of the objectives of the camp.
● Ability to work as a member of a group or team.

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:
● Responsible for providing meals for campers and staff during summer camp programs.
● Preparing meals for special diets.
● Preparing daily grocery lists and ordering food in conjunction with the Executive Chef.
● Cleaning/ organizing kitchen and appliances
● Ensure compliance with local and state standards for licensing.
● Order and maintain inventory of food and supplies.
● Regularly check the freshness of food and ingredients
● Assist with daily job assignments assigned at the beginning of the week.
● Interpret safety and health regulations

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HOUSEKEEPING

ASSISTANT

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POSITION SUMMARY:
The Housekeeping Assistant is responsible for cleaning the retreat centers at the beginning and end of the week, with the help from other summer staff. During the week you will check the buildings and help keep them tidy. You will also be helping the cook with meal prep, cleaning the dining room, and dishes.
The population that we serve comes from a diverse set of socio-economic backgrounds. Room and board will be provided during your employment with us.

AUTHORITY AND RESPONSIBILITY
The Housekeeping Assistant is accountable to the Housekeeping & Hospitality Director for the quality and delivery of work produced.

HOURS:PART-TIME/FULL-TIME: Seasonal Full-Time
COMPENSATION: Commensurate with education and experience

QUALIFICATIONS:
● Minimum 18 years of age
● Suggested one year of college education or the equivalent in working life experience.
● The ability to meet each camper where that camper is at with the four harmonies of Bethel
Horizons: God, Self, Others and Nature.
● Emotional maturity
● Interest in contributing to the achievement of the objectives of the camp. Ability to work as a
member of a group or team.
MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:
● Cleaning and preparation of the buildings for campers and user groups.
● Keeping inventory and stocking building supplies and toiletries.
● Maintain cleanliness of building commons and entryways, including public bathrooms.
● Washing and Folding Laundry as needed.
● Assist Summer Cooks as needed.
● Assist with clean up from general meals
● Assist with daily job assignments assigned at the beginning of the week.
● Assist with children as necessary – behavior management and counselor relief.
● Assist with programs and campfires.
● Other duties as assigned by the summer Program Director and Program Coordinator.

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KITCHEN ASSISTANT

KITCHEN STAFF

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POSITION SUMMARY:
The Kitchen Assistant is responsible for assisting with meal prep and clean up including washing dishes. This position will also help with keeping the dining clean. The population that we serve comes from a diverse set of socio-economic backgrounds. Room and board will be provided during your employment
with us.

AUTHORITY AND RESPONSIBILITY
The Kitchen Assistant is accountable to the Executive Chef for the quality and delivery of work produced

HOURS:PART-TIME/FULL-TIME: Seasonal Full-Time
COMPENSATION: Commensurate with education and experience

QUALIFICATIONS:
● Minimum 18 years of age
● Suggested one year of college education or the equivalent in working life experience.
● The ability to meet each camper where that camper is at with the four harmonies of Bethel Horizons: God, Self, Others and Nature.
● Emotional maturity
● Interest in contributing to the achievement of the objectives of the camp. Ability to work as a member of a group or team.

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:
● After each meal assigned, run the commercial dishwasher
● Assist with meal preparation including cutting and slicing food
● Assist with clean up from general meals
● Assist with daily job assignments assigned at the beginning of the week.
● Assist with children as necessary – behavior management and counselor relief.
● Assist with programs and campfires when available.
● Other duties as assigned by the summer Program Director and Program Coordinator.

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MAINTENANCE

ASSISTANT

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POSITION SUMMARY:
The Maintenance Assistant will assist the Property Manager in the day-to-day operations of the camp, including but not limited to garbage and recycling retrieval, cleaning, and general maintenance of the grounds. Food and lodging are provided throughout the time of employment. Must have a valid driver's license and clean driving record. Preferred age of 21+. The population that we serve comes from a diverse set of socio-economic backgrounds.

AUTHORITY AND RESPONSIBILITY
The Maintenance Assistant is accountable to the Property Manager for the quality and delivery of work
produced.

HOURS:PART-TIME/FULL-TIME: Seasonal Full-Time
COMPENSATION: Commensurate with education and experience

QUALIFICATIONS:
● Minimum 18 years of age
● Suggested one year of college education or the equivalent in working life experience.
● The ability to meet each camper where that camper is at with the four harmonies of Bethel Horizons: God, Self, Others and Nature.
● Emotional maturity
● Interest in working with children, ability to understand the needs of the campers, and the good judgment to place the needs of the campers and the camp ahead of personal desires.
● Interest in contributing to the achievement of the objectives of the camp.
● Ability to work as a member of a group or team.

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:
● Garbage and recycling retrieval
● Assist with clean up from general meals
● Assist with daily job assignments assigned at the beginning of the week.
● Mowing and maintaining outdoor spaces.
● Assist with children as necessary – behavior management and counselor relief. Assist with
programs and campfires.
● Assist the Property Manager as needed.
● Other duties as assigned by the Property Manager and Program Director.

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ARTIST

SUPPORT STAFF

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POSITION SUMMARY:
As the Summer Artist, this person is the artistic resource person for all summer groups. This position includes leading and creating art activities, providing counselors with resources they can use with their groups, and being a part of the Bethel Horizons community. The population that we serve comes from a
diverse set of socio-economic backgrounds. The Artist will also be responsible for documenting campers’ experiences though photography. Food and Lodging provided throughout the time of employment.

AUTHORITY AND RESPONSIBILITY
The Summer Artist is accountable to the Program Director for the quality and delivery of work produced.

HOURS:PART-TIME/FULL-TIME: Seasonal Full-Time
COMPENSATION: Commensurate with education and experience

QUALIFICATIONS:
● Minimum 18 years of age
● Suggested one year of college education or the equivalent in working life experience.
● The ability to meet each camper where that camper is at with the four harmonies of Bethel
Horizons: God, Self, Others and Nature.
● Emotional maturity
● Interest in working with children, ability to understand the needs of the campers, and the good judgment to place the needs of the campers and the camp ahead of personal desires.
● Interest in contributing to the achievement of the objectives of the camp.
● Ability to work as a member of a group or team.

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:
● Lead groups of campers with art activities.
● Maintain, clean, and organize the Art Shack.
● Provide resources to counselors so that they will be able to use and facilitate during their down time with campers.
● Create and explore new art activities for campers.
● Document the experiences of campers through photography.
● Assist with daily job assignments assigned at the beginning of the week.
● Assist with children as necessary – behavior management and counselor relief. Assist with
programs and campfires.
● Other duties as assigned by the summer Program Director and Program Coordinator.

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NATURALIST

SUPPORT STAFF

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POSITION SUMMARY:
As the summer naturalist, this person is the nature resource person for all summer groups. This position includes leading nature activities, providing counselors with resources they can use with their groups, and being a part of the Bethel Horizons community. The population that we serve comes from a diverse set of
socio-economic backgrounds. Food and lodging are provided throughout the time of employment.

AUTHORITY AND RESPONSIBILITY
The Summer Naturalist is accountable to the Executive Director for the quality and delivery of work produced.

HOURS:PART-TIME/FULL-TIME: Seasonal Full-Time
COMPENSATION: Commensurate with education and experience

QUALIFICATIONS:
● Minimum 18 years of age
● Suggested one year of college education or the equivalent in working life experience.
● The ability to meet each camper where that camper is at with the four harmonies of Bethel
Horizons: God, Self, Others and Nature.
● Emotional maturity
● Interest working with children, ability to understand the needs of the campers, and the good judgment to place the needs of the campers and the camp ahead of personal desires.
● Interest in contributing to the achievement of the objectives of the camp.
● Ability to work as a member of a group or team.

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:
● Lead groups of campers on nature activities, including pond studies, live animal programs,
discovery hikes, tracking hikes, sensory hikes, cliff climbs, and others as this person’s experience allows.
● Lead other specialty groups of sizes up to 40 in these same experiences.
● Take care of Bethel Horizons animals, which include different native and non-native species of the following but not limited to snakes, frogs, turtles, salamanders, and birds.
● Maintain a clean Nature Center, which means at least a weekly cleaning.
● Assist with daily job assignments assigned at the beginning of the week.
● Assist with children as necessary – behavior management and counselor relief.
● Assist with programs and campfires.
● Assist the Environmental Education Director as needed.
● Other duties as assigned by the summer Program Director and Program Coordinator.

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MUSICIAN

SUPPORT STAFF

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POSITION SUMMARY:
As the summer musician, this person is the lead resource for all camps musical demands. Must
be able to play guitar. Should be comfortable with public speaking. Musician responsibilities include but
are not limited to leading and planning a daily & campfire (songs/skits), working with various groups with music (varies/adaptable to the wants of the musician), and assisting other staff as needed. The population that we serve comes from a diverse set of socio-economic backgrounds. Food and lodging are provided
throughout the time of employment.

AUTHORITY AND RESPONSIBILITY
The Summer Musician is accountable to the Program Director for the quality and delivery of work produced.

HOURS:PART-TIME/FULL-TIME: Seasonal Full-Time
COMPENSATION: Commensurate with education and experience

QUALIFICATIONS:
● Minimum 18 years of age
● Suggested one year of college education or the equivalent in working life experience.
● The ability to meet each camper where that camper is at with the four harmonies of Bethel
Horizons: God, Self, Others and Nature.
● Emotional maturity
● Interest in working with children, ability to understand the needs of the campers and the good judgment to place the needs of the campers and the camp ahead of personal desires.
● Interest in contributing to the achievement of the objectives of the camp.
● Ability to work as a member of a group or team.

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:
● Lead evening campfires, which includes planning and recording roughly an hour’s worth of songs and skits to perform each night, assigning staff to each skit, playing lead guitar for campfire songs, leading motions, and directing traffic around the campfire.
● Managing the attention and focus of up to 50 attendants at a campfire through song, dance, and enthusiastic storytelling. Reciting traditional Bethel Horizons stories at the close of the campfire.
● Lead groups of campers with music activities
● Take care of Bethel Horizons instruments, which include string, woodwind, brass instruments, keyboards, and percussion.
● Assist with daily job assignments assigned at the beginning of the week.
● Assist with children as necessary – behavior management and counselor relief. Assist with
putting children to bed after the campfire as needed.
● Other duties as assigned by the summer Program Director and Program Coordinator.

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JUNIOR STAFF

SUPPORT STAFF

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POSITION SUMMARY:
The Junior Staff Support position is an opportunity for 16-17-year-olds to support the work of camp by assisting in the kitchen, housekeeping, general grounds support, and providing support for camper-related programming. The population that we serve comes from a diverse set of socio-economic backgrounds. Room and board will be provided during your employment with us.

AUTHORITY AND RESPONSIBILITY
The Junior Support is accountable to the Program Director and Program Coordinators for the quality and delivery of work produced.

HOURS:PART-TIME/FULL-TIME: Seasonal Full-Time
COMPENSATION: Commensurate with education and experience

QUALIFICATIONS:
● Minimum 16 years of age
● The ability to meet each camper where that camper is at with the four harmonies of Bethel
Horizons: God, Self, Others and Nature.
● Emotional maturity
● Interest in contributing to the achievement of the objectives of the camp. Ability to work as a
member of a group or team.

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:
● Assist with daily job assignments assigned at the beginning of the week.
● Assist with children as necessary – behavior management and counselor relief.
● Assist with programs and campfires.
● Assist with kitchen duties as needed
● Assist with housekeeping duties as needed
● Assist with property assignments as needed
● Other duties as assigned by the summer Program Director and Program Coordinator.

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Space in the Universe

Space in the Universe

“I was a loud, weird, curly-haired girl who did not have many friends in my small town.” Cena shared about her 13-year-old self.  “My mom was a cook at Bethel Horizons, and I was able to tag along with her to work. I loved hanging out at camp because I learned I...

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Unique Bonds

Unique Bonds

Nico Garmendia had never been to a camp before.  Born in Venezuela, Nico grew up in India and now attends art school in Vermont.  “Camp isn’t a thing in India. I have many friends in Vermont who've talked about their experiences attending or working at camp in the...

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Welcome and Safe

Welcome and Safe

Lindsey Scheid recalls the difficult transition she experienced as a 7th grader when her family left their church in McFarland to join Bethel Lutheran Church in Madison. She was distraught with their decision as she enjoyed her friends and their time in her hometown...

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Guiding Light

Guiding Light

It had been years since Kim Jensen, one of Horizons first campers and former staff, had visited Horizons. I got to sit down with her on her recent visit to Wisconsin after she enjoyed a hike and tour of the property with fellow alumni. “I love seeing the changes and...

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Culture Shock

Culture Shock

Alondra Quiñones recalls feeling “culture shock” when she first came to Horizons with her group from Puerto Rico at age 11. “Not culture shock in a bad way, but camp culture shock. We do a lot of things outdoors back home, but we had all of these new activities and...

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Being Open

Being Open

Cate Cassata considers herself an outgoing person but did not have any camp experience prior to attending the first Mountain Bike Camp at Horizons in 2022. “My brother had been here before, but it was scary at first,” Cate said. “For me, it was a weird environment...

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Horizons Hero

Horizons Hero

“I was never an outdoorsy person.” shared Kayla Schween. “My aunt had tried to get my sister and me to attend camp at Horizons when we were young, but we just weren’t interested.” After graduating seminary from Drake University, Kayla found herself in a transitional...

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Spiritual Touchstone

Spiritual Touchstone

Pam Shellberg grew up in Chicago, and her experience with being “in the wilderness,” as she said, was when her family rented cottages up in Door County. “We always had running water,” Pam giggled. “I had never slept under the stars until that first staff training. I...

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Don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions or comments. We’re excited to work with you in sharing Good News with campers. If you have any questions about how awesome employment at Bethel Horizons is, please feel free to email Program Director James Marlow.

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