The Facilities Team spends starts its days cleaning of common spaces and doing small maintenance projects, then move on to larger projects such as cutting grass, landscaping, painting/staining buildings, or other large projects. Learn more about the individual roles below.
What should I know before applying?
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes! We want you to get the full camp experience while you are here. Eat meals with a cabin on your time off, join in the fun of the talent show, hike the trails and dunes, and spend some time in the craft house. We are one big community here at Miniwanca.
Yes, food and housing is provided for the entirety of your contract with Miniwanca.
Miniwanca will pick up seasonal staff on specific days from local airports and bus stations. If you are flying internationally or do not have a car and are interested in using public transportation to get to camp please talk to your supervisors about what options are available to you.
It is not uncommon for Facilities Team members to experience camp and Miniwanca for the very first time. Many of our staff are international and have not traveled out of their home country before. Facilities Team members should be open to new experiences and ways of operating when they come to Miniwanca, especially if this is their first time at Miniwanca or at summer camp in general.
The work week is six days with one day off.
Miniwanca is able to work with a variety of dietary needs and allergies. At each meal, Miniwanca will provide a dairy free, gluten free, and vegetarian option. Miniwanca is a peanut and tree nut aware facility and will not serve anything with those products in it. Some snacks and desserts may be created in a facility that uses peanuts or tree nuts, and safe alternatives will be offered as needed.