Kitchen Coordinators: Six people (Open to 16+) oversee the coordination of bread
workers in their kitchen work during each meal served at camp. This coordinating job
involves training, explaining, and pitching in to help when needed, to bread workers what
needs to be done in the kitchen before and after each meal they coordinate. Kitchen work is
fast paced, intense, and physical. Coordinators work closely with the kitchen staff to figure
out what needs to be done. There are 6 meal coordinators, 2 per meal. Shifts can be split
between Coordinators if both are fully capable and comfortable in their respective roles,
pursuant to the needs of specific meals and the advice of the Kitchen Witch (kw). Meal
Coordinators look to the KW for ongoing support, problem solving, and conflict resolution if
needed. Coordinators will attend a training session on Sat before the first meal, and all
coordinators will be present at Sat dinner to begin their hands-on training by KW.
Will also
attend a check in meeting mid-week, facilitated by KW.
Time involved: Every day between: 7am – 9am for Breakfast, 12-2pm, for Lunch, and
5:30-7:30pm for Dinner.
Compensation: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner Coordinators: $175 per person

Evening Snack Coordinators: Two people (One person 18+, One person 16+) to put out
late night snacks for campers after evening ritual/events, put away snack leftovers, then
clean and secure the kitchen and lodge after late evening snack. This is a good job for
night Owls as it can mean staying up until 1 a.m. Coordinators will attend a training
session on Sat. before our first meal, and all kitchen coordinators will be present at Sat.
dinner to begin their hands-on training by the Kitchen Priestex.

Work time involved: 1-2 hours per day after evening ritual/events.
Compensation: $100 per person, or $200 for 1 person.

Kitchen Witch: One Person (Open to 18+) to oversee the Kitchen Coordinators, the
Evening Snack Coordinators, and liaison with the F&W kitchen staff. Train and support
meal coordinators and ensure smooth communication between the kitchen and meal
coordinators. KW will be present at every meal to check in with coordinators and address
any issues that arise. Kitchen Witch will hold a training session during the first day of
camp on Sat., and facilitate Sat. dinner set up and clean up with all meal coordinators
present. KW will be present at every meal on the first day of camp to continue training the
meal coordinators at their respective meals. KW will facilitate mid-week meeting with all
coordinators to address any issues and provide feedback. Requires an experienced camper
with some kitchen experience, good communication skills, and attention to detail.
Work time involved: 3-4 hours a day.
Compensation: $250

Shuttle Drivers: Three drivers (Open to 18+) would be responsible for taking people with
mobility needs to and from their morning paths, evening rituals, meals and some optional
offerings. This job requires sensitivity to the needs of the people you are driving,
promptness, and a pleasant manner. Drivers work closely with the Well-being and Safety
witches. You don’t need to use your own vehicle, but if you have a high clearance vehicle
and will use it you receive an additional $100
Time involved: 2-2 1⁄2 hours per day
Compensation: $225 per person

Well-Being and Safety Witches: Two people (Open to 18+)
New Positions: this pilot role replaces and expands former Special Needs Coordinator.
You and a partner will help us create a camp where all campers understand and share in
the responsibility to make VWC more accessible, welcoming to all, and safer. You'll be a
catalyst to help VWC embody the proposed Reclaiming principles of accountability as well
as to help us navigate the ever changing risks we all face in attending camp during Covid
pandemic. In addition, you'll work closely with campers both before and at camp who
request assistance with accommodation/mobility etc.
We are looking for people with great interpersonal skills to work with campers, shuttle
drivers, camp staff, and organizers to help create a more inclusive and safer camp
environment and VWC activities/experiences. In this role “safer” encompasses many
aspects of “safety”: physical safety/first aid, COVID-19 protocols, and helping to foster a
welcoming environment which strives to respect, celebrate and learn from our community’s
diverse backgrounds, needs and abilities. In particular, you will strive to uncover, give voice
to, and center the unique individual requirements of campers who have identified as having
special needs/mobility issues or who identify as being impacted by any form of
discrimination and/or institutionalized racism.
First aid certification, familiarity with local and VWC COVID-19 protocols, and a deep
understanding of Reclaiming BIRCH team recommendations are a must. Candidates will be
asked to hi-lite any training and/or skills and experiences they have with conflict
mediation.
If you're interested in this new role let us know and we'll arrange a short meeting to better
share our thinking on the scope and wishes we have for the role and you'll also be able to
help us shape it and even contribute to naming the role.
Must be an experienced camper very familiar with F&W site.
Time involved: 2-3 hours per day, with some remote meetings ahead of camp
Compensation: $250

Kybo Coordinators: Two people (Open to 15+) - The camp has a unique system of
composting toilets called kybos. These open air wonders need 2 people to make sure they
are supplied with sawdust and toilet paper daily. You must be willing and able to climb up
and down steep paths to check kybos in different locations.
Time involved: 1- 1/2 hours per day
Compensation: $125 per person

Post Camp Clean Up: Four People (Open to 15+) to oversee the cleaning and closing of
camp. Post camp clean up work exchange crew works directly with the at-camp organizing
group to develop a clear and effective schedule for the cleanup of camp. They will recruit
and oversee teams of campers for specific clean up areas. Post camp clean up crew will
gather and distribute supplies to all cleanup camper groups and troubleshoot between the
organizing campers and F&W liaison to ensure that all areas of camp are cleaned. You will
attend a meeting on Tue. or Wed. with camp planners to develop clean up details and
decide on how to best implement the schedule.
Time Involved: 1 or 2 planning meetings, plus a bunch of time on the last day of camp.
You will need to plan to stay later than most people on the last day of camp.
Compensation: $125 per person