Camp Nurse Jobs

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Speaking of nurses and nursing, in particular camp nurses, we want to remind everyone that Rockbrook will be hiring nurses again for this summer’s camp season. We hire nurses for each of our sessions, for 2-, 3-, or 4-week terms. Accepting one of the nursing positions is one of the best ways to experience summer camp as an adult, work with happy engaged children, and get to know this area of North Carolina.

Benefits of Camp Nursing

Being a camp nurse is a wonderful way to experience camp life, to spend time outdoors, to work with amazing people, and to compliment so many of your nursing skills. It’s a chance to join the camp community, make lots of friends, and enjoy a special place for a few weeks of your summer. Just like the campers, odds are you’ll love camp and you’ll want to come back summer after summer.

How to Apply

If you, or someone you know, might be interested in one of our camp nurse jobs, please let us know. We’d love to tell you more about it.


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  1. Anne Wetzork
    14 years ago

    I am an Rn with 31 yr experience but currently not working. Most of my experience is ICU/PACU. I left nursing doing Ambulatory Surgery, pre and post op. In the late ’70’s and early’80’s , I was the coordinator for the West Tn Hemophilia Clinic at the UT Medical Center in Memphis. Most of my work involved childen. I also was directly responsible for preparation for the medical care for the annual sleep away camp for boys age 6-17. I was then the lead nurse in residence for this camp with another nurse and maybe resident doctor, that I could recruit from St Jude. I feel that with my long critical care background and extensive pediatric experience in this field combinded with my 7 years at the Hemophilia Clinic would make me a good candidate for a camp nurse. I have kept up with current nursing with reading, I am AED certified. Plus, I really love children. I never had any of my own, but I find them absolutely fascinating and so wise. I am married, but my husband encourages me to have my own interests, even if it means being away from home for a couple of weeks. I love to read, garden, knit and sew. I’m told I have a good sense of humor and am a very caring person. I think those would be two traits necessary to be a camp nurse. Iam interested in working for 3 weeks if possible. I live in N. Va near DC, my husband works for the FED GOV. We have 4 dogs that are just like our children. I hope to hear from you. Maybe you are looking for someone younger. I am 57, but don’t look or act my age, if that makes a difference, so please get that picture of the grandma out of your head! I still get around just fine. (Smile)

  2. Jess Smith
    14 years ago

    I am a nursing student, graduating June 13th, 2009 and due to hold my Oregon RN license by mid-July, possibly earlier. I am interested in finding out information regarding any summer camp RN jobs that may be available. I have 26 years experience working with children of all ages, developmental levels and both typically developing and special needs children. In addition, I was a pre-kindergarten teacher for 8 years in Bend, Oregon. If you feel my qualifications may match up with your availability for employment, please contact me. Thank you!