PLEASE READ! New procedure for 2020
Lakeside Bible Camp has a dedicated team of volunteers who transform the camp into an experience not to be missed.
Starting in the summer of 2020....
Step 1: Explore the list and details to the left.
STEP 2: If not applying for Summer Staff or TCL, apply to volunteer by using this form.
STEP 3: In lieu of a written application, LBC will interview you. This might be a phone conversation with a Camp Director or an email with a few questions from the Director of Camp Ministries.
STEP 4: LBC will check your references and run a background check. IMPORTANT STEP, so please be sure to apply at least once every year if you plan to volunteer in an area that is not Staff or TCL.
STEP 5: Assuming the interview, references, and background check meet camp standards, a VOLUNTEER PACKET (created in 2020) will be mailed to you. Included in this packet are several forms that must be signed and returned to the camp PRIOR to your week of volunteering, so that we can register you. *If you do not receive a packet for cabin leading, please confirm with the specific camp director that you have been accepted as a cabin leader for a particular camp before contacting the office.
NOTICE: If the volunteer is a minor (under 18) their parent or guardian must fill out some of the forms required for registration. Please do this before arriving to serve at camp. Minors who are missing forms that require parent or guardian signatures, must have them contact the office to provide verbal authorization before the camp begins!
STEP 6: If you are planning to cabin lead, the director of the camp for which you have been REGISTERED will communicate further details (when to show up, training, etc.). Do not assume that you are Cabin Leading for a particular camp until you hear from the Director.
Very Important Camper Safety Protocol: If ALL of your forms are not submitted prior to your arrival, you will be asked to go straight to the office to complete the forms before you are able to begin your volunteer duties (includes attending cabin leader meetings). Except for a pre-determined late arrival, all administrative items must be in place at the beginning of the camp the following day.