Overnight Positions

A Summer at SpringHill Overnight

Our overnight camp properties are located in Evart, Michigan and Seymour, Indiana and serve 9,000 kids a summer. 
  • Spend your term at one of these 600+ acre locations
  • Help kids grow as they step away from their routine and into a week outside of their comfort zone
  • Stay in themed housing including train cabooses, old western towns, teepees, and airplanes
  • Lead nighttime campfires where kids start to make connections in their faith
  • Watch kids take risks, faces challenges, and have a ton of fun through high adventure activities and new adventures
  • Be part of a strong, supportive community as you grow in your faith and leadership skills

"There's no way you can understand this place until you step foot here. The people. The culture. It's so loving and embracing." 

Available Positions

Summer Leader (Camp Counselor)

Our Summer Leaders are the cornerstone of the SpringHill experience. 


  • Lead kids through daily camp activities, meals, lessons, campfires, and team building exercises
  • Participate in activities alongside kids including waterslides, blobs, ziplines, and high adventure activities 
  • Be a role model and a spiritual leader
  • Be part of a strong, supportive team of counselors and leadership staff 


You'll grow in your own faith, leadership skills, and have a ton of fun along the way.


Inclusion Counselor

Our inclusion counselors act as 1:1 support to campers with special needs. 


  • Assist kids in participating in activities 
  • Provide special care as required 
  • Ensure that kids are safe and getting what they need to have an exceptional experience
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Activity Leader

As an activity leader you help kids grow spiritually by challenging them in a new way.


  • Lead kids in scaling a 40 foot rock wall
  • Help kids ride a horse 10x their size 
  • Guide kids through high adventure activities 
  • Watch kids participate in water activities as a lifeguard 
  • Ensure that kids are safe by following specific safety protocol 
  • Lead kids in art activities 


Activity Leaders get to specialize in one activity type and receive specialized training. Positions include high adventure instructor, lifeguard, horse wrangler, target sports instructor and craft instructor. 


Media (Video + Photo)

Our media team captures the experience through photo and video and allows parents to see what their kids are experiencing throughout the week. 

  • Capture photos of kids doing activities throughout the day
  • Capture videos of kids doing activities throughout the day
  • Upload, edit, and post 
  • Participate in production as needed
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Leadership Positions

Leadership positions at SpringHill require problem solving skills, attention to detail, and the ability to serve and lead a group of peers. 


  • Support and oversee a team of Summer Leaders 
  • Lead Bible studies
  • Conduct weekly meetings with your staff and individual summer leaders
  • Act as a support system for summer leaders
  • Manage groups of staff
  • Responsible for at least one area of camp 
  • Ensure that kids are having an exceptional experience



Details, details, details

A typical day schedule

A day in the life of a SpringHill overnight summer leader usually looks a little something like this


  • 6:45-7:15: Morning meeting  
  • 7:45-9:00: Breakfast, small group 
  • 9:00-11:30: Activities 
  • 11:30-12:30: Morning Bible study, skits, lunch 
  • 12:30-2:00: Rest and cabin time 
  • 2:30-5:00: Activities 
  • 5:00-6:30: Afternoon Bible study/dinner 
  • 6:45-8:00: Evening event 
  • 8:15-9:30: Campfire or large group programming 
  • 9:30-11: Lights out (depending on age group) 

Age groups

At SpringHill overnight, we serve kids in grades 1-12. For every program we offer, we try to create experiences that meet kids where they are developmentally. That means that activities will be smaller for first graders and larger for ninth graders, and that curriculum will contain more pictures for younger kids and more time for reflection and discussion for older kids. 



In Michigan, our age groups and programs are:

  • 1-3 grade Storybrook
  • 3-6 grade Copper Country
  • 6-9 grade New Frontiers
  • 9-12 grade Teen Service Team (TST)* 

In Indiana, our age groups and programs are:

  • 1-3 grade Explore
  • 3-6 grade Ignite
  • 6-9 grade Engage 
  • 9-12 grade Teen Service Team (TST)*

*In our high school program, campers spend half their time serving and the other half participating in activities. 


Important Dates

Every overnight summer position will begin with training. Our training is fun, engaging, and meant to prepare you for whatever you'll face in the weeks ahead. It's important that you are present for training so that you feel equiped to do your job. It's also a great time to begin bonding with your team! 
  • Late May: Training begins 
  • First day of camp: May 31, June 7 or June 14 (varies by location) 
  • Last day of camp: August 14 


Application Process

STEP 1: Complete application 
STEP 2: Schedule video interview 
STEP 3: Interview with SpringHill rep 
STEP 4: You'll hear back in one week or less!