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Roundup River Ranch Volunteer FAQ’s
Click here to apply to volunteer and review the Volunteer Qualifications and Requirements. After you submit your Volunteer Application, a member of the Volunteer Team will contact you to talk about the camp season.
The majority of our volunteer positions during a camp session are reserved for those 19 years old and older. We have minimal, non-residential positions available for 16- to 18-year-olds during camp sessions. We do offer year-round Service Project Volunteer Days for school-age groups, individuals, and corporate groups. All youth under 18 years of age must be supervised by an adult in your group. To schedule a Service Project Volunteer Day, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for availability and scheduling.
We have individual and group volunteer opportunities available throughout the year. In addition to Camp Session Volunteer positions, we offer year-round Service Project Volunteer Days for individuals and groups (Corporate, Civic, Faith-based, Fraternity/Sorority, Educational, Recreational, Etc.). To schedule a Service Project Volunteer Day, please contact us at email@example.com for availability and scheduling.
All year long! Each year, we rely on the support of a diverse group of volunteers to provide camp experiences for children with serious illnesses and their families. Volunteers are needed throughout the year to serve during our online camp programs, Summer Camp Sessions, Family Weekends, and outside of our camp schedule assisting with service projects, facilities, administration, and other activities. From being a camp counselor to providing a special trade skill, we would love to welcome you as a new volunteer!
Inquire about upcoming opportunities at firstname.lastname@example.org or apply to volunteer for a camp session here.
A typical Summer Camp day is 12-14 hours in length. All Summer Camp volunteers are given one hour off per day. During this time, volunteers are encouraged to focus on self-care and rejuvenation. Volunteers are expected to remain onsite during breaks and throughout their committed session.
Onsite, overnight Session Volunteers will be provided housing the night of Volunteer Orientation through the last night of the session. Volunteers will finish their role by noon on the last day of the session. Linens are provided for out-of-state volunteers if requested. Toiletries will not be provided. Meals will be provided to all onsite volunteers during their camp session. Throughout the session, volunteers will eat with campers and team members. The last meal served is breakfast on the final day of the session.
A full medical team is present during each onsite camp session; non-medical volunteers are not responsible for the medical care of a camper. Prior to your arrival, “Our Camper’s Special Considerations Manual” will be made available for your review and there will be an overview of the week’s diagnosis during Volunteer Orientation Medical Training.
In-person and online! All in-person Volunteers, unless otherwise specified, should report to our camp location in the heart of the Rocky Mountains at 8333 Colorado River Road, Gypsum, CO 81637. Specific directions to camp will be provided to volunteers prior to their arrival. Online volunteers will be provided login information to our online platform prior to the event.
Sitting at 6,290 feet in elevation, the weather at Roundup River Ranch can change frequently. Please check the weather for your time at camp prior to your arrival, and plan on wearing and bringing layers so that you are comfortable and dressed appropriately!