Seasonal Staff FAQs
Whether we can use your vocal talents (yes), what your duties might be, and additional answers.
The mission of Flying Horse Farms is to enrich the lives of children with serious illnesses and their families by providing magical, transforming fun through medically-safe, cost-free camping experiences.
Seasonal staff members provide regular support to full-time staff, volunteers and campers. Each year, we rely on short-term staff members, paid and unpaid interns and part-time employees to help keep camp up, running, squeaky clean and environmentally green. These team members know camp inside and out, as they are at camp the duration of the summer season.
Seasonal staff members are expected to be at camp for every Family Camp weekend. Although arrival and departure dates may vary, all seasonal staff members can expect to be at camp about every other week-end from the end of May to the end of August. Of course, we understand that you may have commitments, etc. throughout the summer. If you have any known commitments, be sure to specify these when you fill out the application.
We have the following program and medical positions available.
Child Life Assistant
Cabin Life Assistant
Seasonal staff members are responsible for providing their own transporta-tion to and from camp, however, on-site parking will be available.
We try to keep camp low-tech so our campers are focused on exploring and having fun. You can bring your cell phone, but we would love if you try not to use it. Computers and valuable items should be left at home. We have computers at camp, but only for emergencies or quick use.
Seasonal staff members expected to be at camp Friday through Sunday will have housing accomodations. They will be housed in individual rooms in the Big Red Barn with a full bathroom and queen-sized bed. Seasonal staff members will eat breakfast in their room, and lunch and dinner in assigned shifts. A toaster, microwave, and minifridge will be provided in your room. Accommodations include heat and air conditioning. Towels, linens and bedding are provided.
BCI or FBI background check
Tetanus and Pertussis Vaccine (DTaP or TDaP) Measles, Mumps, and Rubella Vaccine (MMR) Varicella Vaccine (Chickenpox/Shingles) Tuberculosis PPD skin test
Basic Health History
Hepatitis B Vaccine
If receiving live vaccines, please do so at least 4 weeks prior to arriving at camp.
Food and linens are all provided by Flying Horse Farms. You should bring all clothing, toiletries, and medical supplies with you to camp. Cameras, props and costumes are also welcome!
WE WANT CAMP TO BE A SAFE EXPERIENCE FOR EVERYONE. PLEASE FOLLOW OUR DRESS CODE:
• Wear a mask that has ear loops or ties around your head - no gaiters/buffs/bandanas, please
• Always wear closed-toe shoes or open-toe shoes with a heel strap (you can bring your flip flops for the pool and showers)
• Make sure your shorts are below your fingertips or just above your knees (at least)
• Feel free to wear tank tops, but please leave the tube tops and spaghetti straps at home
• All clothing must cover your stomach/midriff
• Keep necklines of shirts appropriate
• Please bring camp-appropriate bathing suits
• Clothing and any visible tattoos that reference drugs/alcohol/obscenities/anything offensive are not allowed
• Avoid wearing perfume or cologne as some campers are sensitive or allergic
Click on the link below to begin the application process. If you need help applying, please download our application guide.