Serving as a volunteer makes a difference in people’s lives and strengthens one’s own faith. DuBois Center has many different ways you can use your skills and interests to serve children, youth, adults, and families.
Retreats and Summer Camp
There are many opportunities to help with retreats and summer camp. Contact the office to volunteer, or be a talent scout and use this recommendation form tell us about someone you know who would make a great part of our volunteer team.
Volunteer Positions for Retreats:
- Retreat Leader
- Worship Leader / Chaplain
- Activity Leader (crafts, music, canoeing, archery, etc.)
Volunteer Positions for Summer Camp:
- Camp Counselor (Minimum age 18, or 17 if CIT graduate)
- Counselor Assistant (Minimum age 17, 16 if CIT graduate)
- Barn Volunteer (Minimum age 17)
- Sunday Welcome and Check-in Team
- Activity Leader (crafts, canoeing, archery, etc.)
- Specialty Resource Person
All summer camp volunteers are required to fill out the following forms before moving through the screening process:
We offer volunteer work days every fall and spring. Projects can include: minor building repairs, general tree/brush removal, lawn care (i.e. clipping bushes, weeding), painting and general camp clean-up. Experienced and inexperienced persons of all ages are needed and welcome.
Project and Maintenance Volunteers
Skilled hands, willing hearts: whether you’re a skilled laborer or a pair of willing hands, we can put you to work on projects related to your field or tasks requiring little skill.
Spend a weekend at DuBois throughout the year, assisting the camp’s ministry. Individuals, couples, or families are invited to help with hospitality of guest groups, food service, and small projects.
Consider serving as a committee member to help guide and direct the ministry of DuBois Center. We have volunteers serve on the following committees:
- Equestrian Committee
- Fall Festival Committee
- Fundraising Committee
- Marketing Committee
- Program Committee