About Our Staff

We actively seek resident camp staff members who have the highest respect for all people as individuals, who desire to spend time with children, who are committed to meeting each camper's needs, and who are willing to put those needs above their own. Our staff members represent a variety of age groups; the typical age range is 18-30 years. Staff members are from all over the United States and abroad. Using an international placement agency-Camp Counselors USA we hire staff from Asia, Europe, Africa, South America and Australia. All international staff must have a permit to work in the United States.

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Cultural Exchange

We are currently seeking families who are interested in participating in a cultural exchange by hosting one or two international camp staff members. If you are interested in being a host family or if you have questions about Camp Menzies programs please call the Outdoor Program Department at (916) 453-5213 or (800) 322-4475 or email campmenzies@girlscoutshcc.org


The Camp Menzies Staff Canon Of Ethics:

  • “I Am A Professional”
  • “The Children Always Come First”
  • “My Private Life Stays Private”
  • “I Respect My Colleagues”
  • “I Am Always Aware”

Girl Scout Staff Member Bill Of Rights

Every staff member at Camp Menzies can expect a work environment that includes:

  • An outline of camp goals and objectives
  • A clearly defined job description
  • Training, guidance, and support in an environment that promotes safety
  • The materials and resources to do the job
  • Open communication
  • An opportunity to learn new skills for personal growth and fun
  • Respect, honesty, loyalty, and integrity
  • An opportunity to give input and share responsibilities as part of a team
  • Fair and consistent treatment
  • Evaluations and recognition
  • Support and encouragement to maintain physical and mental health and well-being.

Every staff member at Camp Menzies is expected to:

  • Adhere to the guidelines set forth in the Girl Scout Promise and Law
  • Participate as a member of the council team in supporting Girl Scout philosophy, policies, procedures, and guidelines
  • Provide a positive role model while working in partnership with the girls to develop program that is responsive to their needs and meets Girl Scout program goals
  • Maintain stewardship of natural and council resources
  • Exhibit a positive work ethic through loyalty, integrity, flexibility, and commitment

Bill of Rights Developed at the Regional Training on Staff Management –
November, 1997 (S.F., CA)







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