Currently Hiring:

Summer Camp Employees

We are extremely proud of the quality of our Eastern 4-H Center Staff! Counselors and program instructors are selected for their skills, enthusiasm, leadership ability, and the characteristics of responsibility that 4-H represents so well. Additionally, our international counselors, who are hired from all around the world, bring a wealth of diverse experiences and knowledge to our camp experience for staff and campers alike.

As a part of our staff, you’ll work at an outstanding facility in a beautiful bayside setting. You will also enjoy comfortable accommodations and excellent food with other interesting young people from around the country….and even the world! Furthermore, you’ll become part of the long and honorable tradition of 4-H and NC State University.

If you are looking for an unforgettable, encouraging summer employment experience, check out the available positions in the link below.

We are still hiring Summer 2024 positions!

Have fun this summer and build your resume!

Camp Counselor:
Camp Counselors are responsible for the daily care and supervision of up to 10 children charged under their care, ranging from ages 5 to 17. Camp Counselors will foster and maintain positive, developmentally sound relationships between and with campers, assist in personal care as needed, be attentive at all times, and assist with a variety of camp programs. These include, but are not limited to, target sports, ecology, climbing wall, crafts, and aquatic activities.

Summer Program Activity Instructors:
Types of Summer Program Instructors include Arts-N-Crafts Instructor, Ecology Instructor, Climbing Wall/High Ropes Instructor, Logistics Coordinator and a Camp Photographer/Social Media person. They will be responsible for delivering age appropriate, predetermined curriculum in variety of camp programs including, but not limited to, target sports, ecology, crafts, rock climbing, physical fitness camp; health, and aquatic activities.

Lifeguards must currently be certified by a nationally recognized organization or willing to become certified during summer camp staff training. They ensure the safety of all campers and staff present by enforcing waterfront and pool area rules and regulations, monitoring activity in and around the swim area and waterfront, giving instructions on proper boating procedures, and assisting in the implementation of the Aquatics Emergency Action Plan, if needed. Lifeguards are responsible for the supplies and cleanliness of the boat house and pool areas.

Climbing Tower/High Ropes Instructor:
The Climbing Tower/High Ropes Instructor oversees the daily instruction and programming at the climbing wall, giant swing, and high ropes area for audiences of up to 25 children, ranging from ages 5 to 18. The instructor is also responsible for the equipment and cleanliness of these program areas. They will ensure that all staff and campers follow the proper safety instructions and procedures at these program areas. They will also live in a group cabin and assist with supervising campers/children.