NC 4-H Camps Are Now Hiring for Summer 2024

Posted On May 24, 2024— Written By and last updated by
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Our North Carolina 4-H Camps & Centers are now hiring for our 2024 summer camp season. All seasonal summer camp positions are now posted on NC State University’s employment web page, with links to each specific position below. We have various opportunities at our three camp and conference centers across the state, Betsy-Jeff Penn 4-H Educational Center, Eastern 4-H Center, and Millstone 4-H crabbing on eastern center's dock

For summer camp cabin counselors and activity instructors, compensation begins at $300/week for new staff, plus room and board during the camp week. Returning staff are paid additional amounts based on tenure. Specialized positions, such as our new Temporary Youth Mental Health Professional, pay even more.

How will working at camp this summer strengthen my resume and make me an attractive asset to future employers?

  • Develop Critical Thinking Skills
  • Collaborate With Others
  • Leadership Development
  • Strengthen Communication Skills
  • Practice Creative Thinking and Problem Solving
  • Work With a Diverse Community of Campers and Staff
  • Free Training and Certifications
  • College Credit for Internship (if arranged)
  • Letters of Recommendation (when requested)

Top 10 Reasons to Work at Camp!

  • Make a difference!
  • It’s Tons of Fun
  • Make Life Long Friends
  • Learn New Skills
  • Disconnect from Technology
  • Free Meals and Accommodations
  • Create Memories
  • Spend Time in Nature
  • Save Money
  • You Get to PLAY All Day!

For more information and to apply, please click on the links below, listed by 4-H Camp.

Betsy-Jeff Penn 4-H Educational Center: Learn more about this camp

Eastern 4-H Center: Learn more about this camp

Millstone 4-H Camp: Learn more about this camp

Questions about employment? Contact Tory Lukasina, NC 4-H Camping Specialist, at 919-515-8483 or via email at