Summer Camp Stories – Part 4

Posted on Sep 24, 2018

Travelling 10,512 miles away from my home, Australia, to get to Camp DeWolfe is one of the scariest and best things I could of have ever done. It’s crazy how quickly I have became friends with twenty strangers from all different walks of life.

I’m really thankful for the staff training to aid me on how to handle the kids. When the kids came, it was like walking into a whole new experience and I’m glad that I have made this choice to come to America.

Working at a summer camp is one of the hardest job that I have ever done. Looking after the kids for 24/7 for six weeks definitely has it’s ups and down. But for every bad moment, there was always a good moment just around the corner. And there will always be a memory I can look back on and have a good laugh about it.

-By Chelsea Martin
Summer Camp Counselor