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In addition to the focus upon holistic personal and spiritual growth through the Core Internship program, interns with a concentration in camp programming will engage many programs throughout the year. An intern's interests and aptitudes as well as the needs of the Camp are taken into consideration in formulating the level of involvement with various programs.

Typically, all interns will support The Lights of Christmas, weekend retreats, Outdoor Education, and summer camps. In approaching summer, an intern may focus their leadership specifically on one of the following: Special Friends Camp, W-Bar-B Ranch Camps (Junior and Junior High), Korean Mission Camps, or Family Camp.  For those with an environmental science and outdoor education interest, an internship will be directed more toward outdoor programming, conservation, habitat management, and sustainable practices.

In intern will gain experience in the following ways:

Leadership and Supervision

  • Assist WBC Team in Summer Staff Training
  • Co-Facilitate a Summer Camp Program as assigned
  • Supervise Campers, Staff, Volunteers, CILTS (Counselor in Leadership Training)
  • Evaluate Staff performance
  • Assist WBC Team in planning / implementing Fall Retreats
  • Participate in installation of The Lights of Christmas (LOC) program – lights, displays, etc
  • Area Leader during the LOC program
  • Assist in Leadership on Working Weekends
  • Assist WBC Team in planning / implementing Spring events


  • Assist WBC Team in planning all programs
  • Program Evaluation
  • Research / Resource


  • Participate with WBC Team in recruiting and hiring of Summer Staff, Volunteer Counselors, Pastors, Bands, Speakers


  • Assist in preparing Program Budget
  • Cost Analysis
  • Attend Cost Center Meetings

Computer Usage

  • Word Processing
  • Data Entry
  • Desktop Publishing


  • Assist in promoting WBC Programs in the community
  • Compile Marketing Surveys
  • Assist with Camp Fairs, trade shows, and church promotions
  • Assist in “Telling the WBC Story” by writing articles and sharing Camp Stories as requested


  • Communicate closely with Parents of Campers and respond to requests and concerns
  • Working collaboratively with other members of the Warm Beach Camp staff

Health and Safety

  • Participate with WBC Team and Volunteer Nurses in ensuring the physical safety of all WBC Staff and Guests
  • Participate with Program Staff in monitoring the Spiritual, Physical, Mental, and Emotional health of Campers, Staff, Volunteers and Guests at WBC
  • Maintain an Incident Report Notebook of Camper and Staff injuries, illnesses, upsets


  • Assist in the proper storage and management of supply inventory, props

Intern Project

  • Curriculum Development

A program internship is designed to prepare students for full-time ministry in camping ministry with a particular focus upon developing programs to minister to a wide variety of youth, adult and special needs persons.