Camp Aides & Staff Members


  Last updated on: 02.27.20  

Camp Aides:

     Boy Scouts of any age & older siblings (boys/girls), who are at least 11 years of age, are invited to volunteer as a Camp Aide.  Service hours will be recorded and a letter providing proof of service given at the end of each Camp session.  If an adult attends camp on Staff or as a Den Leader for the week, older siblings, between the ages of 11 and 14 years may also assist their parent as a Camp Aide. (click here for the Camp Aide Job Description)

All Camp Aides are required to attend a Camp Leader training session prior to Camp.

Possible stations to work at as a Camp Aide:
Archery * BB's * Trading Post
Cubs Crafts Webelos 1 Crafts Webelos 2 Crafts
Games/Sports Fishing Nature
Cooking Skills Theme/Special
Kids Korner

* In order for Camp Aids to work at the Archery or BB ranges, you must be at least 14 years old and attend training prior to camp.  Please plan on attending the training being held:
            Archery Training will be held Saturday, June 20, 2020 from 7:30am to 4:00pm
            BB Training will be held Saturday, June 20, 2020 from 11:00am to 2:00pm


Staff Members:

     All Camp Staff Leaders are required to attend a Camp Leader training session prior to Camp.  In addition, each adult must also have taken a Youth Protection training course.  Any 5-day parent who is not currently a "Scouter," may still be a Staff Member at Camp as long as they have taken these two required trainings.  Anyone preferring to work as a Staff Member on the ranges (Archery or BB) will need additional training. (click here for the Staff Member Job Description)

     Staff responsibilities include preparing an initial and final inventory of the materials needed/utilized within their station, preparing for each period’s activity, promoting a positive and instructive atmosphere for the Scouts at their station and guiding/supervising the Camp Aides assigned to their station.

     When registering as a Staff member, please indicate the position that you would prefer.  Staff will be assigned on a first come, first served basis.  When each Camp station area’s Staff is accounted for, those positions will no longer be available and discounts for that adult’s Cub Scouts and Kids Korner attendees will not be available, unless they accept another 5-day position.

     Remember, all immediate family of a 5-day Staff Member will receive a 50% discount on each weekly fee for Cub Scouts and Kids Korner attendees.  This discount does not apply to the Tiger Scout program or Camp Aides.

Possible jobs for a Staff Member:
(All the stations mentioned above apply as well as...)
Camp Director* Program Director* Cubmaster
Ass't Camp Director Crafts Director Quartermaster
Administration Trading Post Coordinator Camp Aide Coordinator
Archery Coordinator** BB's Coordinator** Shooting Sports Director*
Fishing Coordinator Nature Coordinator Cooking Coordinator
Skills Coordinator Theme/Special Coordinator Staff Lunches Coordinator
Kids Korner Coordinator Games/Sports Coordinator Crafts Coordinators
Health Professional* Photographer Floater
Tiger Cub Den Leader  
* = National Camp School Certification required * = Proof of Medical Certification required ** = Range Training required


3-Day Adult Volunteer:

     3-Day Adult Volunteers responsibilities include assisting at either a den assignment or station assignment determined by the Camp Director. Uses the materials and information provided to assist in delivering a high quality program. Assignment may change for each day.  All 3-Day Adult Volunteers are required to attend a Camp Leader training session prior to Camp. In addition, each adult must also have taken a Youth Protection training course. 

     Please remember that any of a 3-day Adult Volunteer’s immediate family receives a 30% discount of weekly fees for Cub Scouts and Kids Korner attendees. This discount does not apply to the Tiger Scout program or Camp Aides. (click here for the 3-Day Adult Volunteer Job Description)


Training for Camp:

Pack Coordinators:

     The Pack Coordinator is perhaps one of the most important pre-camp responsibilities.  It is the job of the Pack Coordinator to ensure that all of the applications are properly and completely filled out and that all monies due are present when the applications are turned in.  The Pack Coordinator is the primary point of contact between your Pack and the Day Camp Director.  Training should last about 1 hour.  If you cannot attend this training session, please contact our Camp Director.

Range Training (Archery & BB Staff Adults):

Archery and BB’s require range training. Please plan on attending the training being held:
            Archery Training will be held Saturday, June 20, 2020 from 7:30am to 4:00pm
            BB Training will be held Saturday, June 20, 2020 from 11:00am to 2:00pm

Join us on one of the following training dates if you will be working at one of our ranges.
At Anne Arundel County Fairgrounds in Crownsville.
(Please use back entrance, off of Crownsville Rd.)

Upon completion of this course, you will be certified to operate both the Archery & BB Ranges!

Staff Members:


     Anyone signing up to be a Den Leader, Staff Member, 3-Day Adult Volunteer or Camp Aide at Day Camp must attend one of the following trainings held prior to the start of camp.  This training goes over the Volunteer Manual, Emergency Procedures, Health & Safety, and Camp Rules.


          Saturday, June 6, 2020 at
9:00am to 12:00pm at TBD

Pasadena United Methodist Church is located at:
61 N. Ritchie Hwy.
Pasadena, MD 21122

     Each Den Leader and Staff Member is expected to attend a short meeting/training session to learn the volunteer manual and emergency procedures.  Training should last about 1  hour. If you cannot attend one of these training sessions, please contact our Camp Director

On-line Youth Protection:

     All Den Leaders, Staff Member and 3-Day Adult Volunteers are required to have current & up-to-date Youth Protection Training.  A copy of your certification card needs to be submitted with your registration forms.

     This link will take you to the new B.S.A. Online Training Center.  You will need to make an online account.  When making your account it is recommended you fill in your council and your membership number (found on your B.S.A. card).  Baltimore Area Council will then have you on record for completion.  Training will take about 30 mins. to complete.  Once completed, you will be given an online test.  If you have any trouble with this, click the help button or contact the the Baltimore Area Council Helpdesk.  You can also complete many other certifications not required for camp such as: Safe Swim Defense, Safety Afloat, and Fast Start.

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Camp Set-up, Take Down & Orientation:

     All families attending camp are required to attend one of the Orientation Dates the weekend before camp.  You need only attend one of these days.  This allows families to see the facility, go over the rules and regulations regarding camp, and pick up their camp t-shirts and den assignments.

     We also ask that parents assist in either Camp Set-Up or Camp Tear-Down.  Many hands make for light work in the construction and break down of camp.  You need only attend one of the options. It is also suggested to bring a lunch with you, as well as water and drinks.


       o   Saturday, June 20th 10am to 11:30am
Saturday, June 20th 12:30pm to 2pm
Sunday, June 21st 10am to 11:30am

     Take Down

       o   Friday, June 26th following camp
Saturday, June 27th 10am to 11:30am


     Camp Orientation

       o   Saturday, June 20th at 2pm or Sunday, June 21st at 2pm @ A.A.Co. Fairgrounds


Camp Uniform:

     Each Camp participant is required to wear the official camp t-shirt everyday.  Our Camp involves a lot of walking.  We advise that every participant wear an older pair of sneakers (with socks) daily.  The Scouts will be exposed to sprinklers with may soil/ruin a new pair of shoes!  There are no sandals allowed in Camp... not on Cub Scouts, Camp Aides, or Adults.  Anyone wearing sandals will need to leave the Camp site or sit in the Administrative Area until appropriate footwear is provided. 


     All participants are responsible for providing his or her own lunches and drinks for the lunch time period. It is advised that each Cub Scout, Kids Korner and Tiger attendees put their healthy lunch inside of a labeled, one gallon zip lock baggie. Den Leaders are expected to provide a cooler with ice for the storage of their Den’s lunches. It is encouraged to coordinate with other parents within the Den to take turns providing ice for the cooler. Camp will not supply ice for individual Den coolers. One-day parents are required to bring lunch on the day they attend camp.

     REMINDER:  Due to changes in National Camp Standards, lunches will no longer be offered to Camp Aides or Staff Members.  Each Camp Aide and Staff Member is responsible for bringing their own lunch for the day in an appropriate lunch bag to keep cool.


Forms needed to attend Cub Scout Day Camp as a
  Camp Aide & Staff Member  

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Note:  These forms are made to be printed, filled out, then mailed.
NOT designed to be edited on the computer then printed or submitted by e-mailed

  Family Information Packet  
  Camp Registration Application Packet  
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