Other ways to be involved at camp

A volunteer Group cuts wood for campfires

Pre and Post Season Employment.

Some of the prettiest times in Vermont are the spring and fall. Looking for more work before or after camp?  We have a variety of rental groups before and after camp. The season runs from around May 15 through October 15. Some staff work multiple weeks and live on camp while some staff come in for a day or two here and there. If interested in pre and post season work contact us as soon as possible. Spaces fill up.

Want to stay connected to camp in the winter time? Looking for some community service hours for school?  Just want to “Help the Other Fellow”? We move the office back to Burlington in the winter. We have a number of volunteer opportunities helping us get ready for the summer. Possible activities can include but are not limited to:  mailings, data analytics, new camper outreach, returning camper engagement, and much more. Write or call Jon at the camp office if you are interested in helping out this winter.


Do you ever wonder how we get camp ready for the spring or close camp down for the winter?  Come help out at our volunteer work weekends or come volunteer at camp. Twice a year we have volunteer work weekends to help open up and close down camp. Come stay the night, visit with old friends, make new friends and help out with camp spring/fall projects.

2022 Spring Work Weekend TBA  – typically in May

2021 Fall Work Weekend October 16th


Are you in college? Is an internship on your radar? Running a camp takes a jack of all trades. We’re marketing, fundraising, running a small business, and much more. If you are looking at an internship for college we can help provide you with a fun rewarding experience.  Contact Jon at the camp office to discuss your opportunities.


Pomerleau Family Y
298 College Street
Burlington, VT 05401
802 862 9622 (YMCA)

Camp Abnaki
1252 Abnaki Road
North Hero, VT 05474
802 372 9622 (YMCA)

Additional Program Sites
in Vermont

Addison, Franklin, Grand Isle, Washington and Chittenden Counties


"Help the other fellow."