Settlers Camp Staff members are some of the craziest, energetic, knowledgeable, dedicated, helpful people that exist. Does that sound like you? Apply today! We’re searching for individuals who are looking to grow as people, develop leadership skills, and have a blast while doing it.

There's a reason that we all come back year after year, and we’d love to have you on our team, and to join our Settlers Camp family.

It’s pretty simple too, down below, for those of you who are 15 years or older, you’ll apply as Staff. Once you apply, we’ll reach out, and schedule an interview, so, pay attention to your email, and phone so that you don’t miss this opportunity!

Don’t worry, if you’re 14, you can still sign on as a CIT, or Counselor in Training! As a CIT you’ll learn what it takes to become a staff member once you become of age.

As a Camp Staff member at Settlers, we guarantee that you’ll have the summer of your life, and understand why this camp means so much to us!

Meet The Settlers Camp Staff

Kyle Myers - Camp Director

Kyle has been on Camp staff for 12 years. Kyle has worked in several areas of camp including the Kitchen, Dining Hall, Athletics, Archery and the Office as assistant camp director for 3 years. Kyle has attended National Camp School, Wood Badge(Fox), and is a Professional Scouter serving the Anthracite District. He is an Eagle scout from troop 585 , Philadelphia, PA and has graduated from East Stroudsburg University with a degree in Business Management.

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Ben Glueck - Program Director

Ben has been on our Camp Staff for 5 years. Having spent his first two Camp Staff years as the Aquatics Director, Ben had joined the management team in 2016 season, and looks to lead the program to great places again in 2018. Ben is a local artist, who has designed most of our Camp shirts, various patches, and many signs and graphics around our camp. He is an Eagle Scout from Lehighton Troop 145, who has experience as a Scoutmaster, Aquatics Instructor, and is National Camp School Certified.

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