Family . Community. Service

Camp Staff
Employment

Camp Au Sable is a great place to work, not only for the nature but to be a part of the Camp Team that loves each other and loves ministry. The camp serves people in the summer, as well as year round. It is estimated that around 10,000 people come to the camp each year.

Summer Staff Forms
If you are planning to be a summer camp staff, there are some important forms that you will need to fill out. Most of these you will fill out online when you register.

01

Register

Complete the online staff registration (usually takes about 10 min)

02

Items to bring for Payroll

  1. U.S. Passport only OR both Driver’s License and Social Security Card (Acceptable forms).
  2. Health insurance card (front and back).

03

Things to read before you arrive

  1. Staff Handbook (PDF)
  2. Dress code for female staff (PDF)
  3. Contracts (should have received by email)

04

Forms

  • Staff Health History Form (PDF)
  • IRS W-4
  • Michigan W-4
  • Immigration I-9
  • Child Protection Agreement
  • Central Registry Clearance Request

Service . Mission . Learning

Camp Intern Program

At camp, we desire to train leaders for the world field. The Camp Intern Program is for young people who would like to take a year off to intern at camp. We have a total of 6 positions available each year. The internship is unpaid. However, a monthly allowance is given to the Interns to help with their expenses. If you are interested in applying for the program, please fill out the application and send in a resume with three references.

Need Help?

We are so excited that you are interested in serving at Camp Au Sable. We want to make sure this process is as easy as possible for you, so we are here to help. Call, email, or message us for any questions you may have.

Phone: (989) 348-5491 Email: jgrove@misda.org

* Please allow at least 48 business hours for a response

COVID-19 Update

February 9, 2021

Presently, the staff are busy making plans for the 2021 summer camp season to go forward as scheduled. We have been busy making plans and adjustments to minimize the risk to keep our campers safe under the current pandemic. That being said, we are regularly monitoring and evaluating the current COVID-19 situation with the state of Michigan and the Michigan Conference administration.

Camp Au Sable has been dedicated to God, and we have placed our trust in His divine care and providence.