Staff Information Page

The key to any successful summer is the formation of a staff.  One of the keys to this work is a clear understanding of our policies and rules that we use to form and inform the camp setting. 

This is a resource page for Camp Marshall paid Staff and Volunteers.  You will find a growing list of resources to help your experience at camp be a positive one. 

We will focus in on three primary areas.

Policies - "rules of the road"

Adventure Activities - How we administer the activities on the camp site

Online Training Resources.  



All leaders in the Episcopal Church are responsible to understand how to keep our communities safe from discrimination, harassment, exploitation and other forms of discrimination.  Weather you attend camp as a staff person the below policies are the newest framework for this training.  

At staff training you may be able to attend an "in person" class.  This class allows for the staff to discuss the policies in the context of our facilities, program design and how we can support each other in different situations.   ONLINE OPTION: If time and or the situation demands there is an online option with the diocese.  

To access the online training available to all leaders in the Episcopal Church.  To see the online options with the diocese CLICK HERE 

To read up and see our expectations you can follow either of the below links.

Episcopal Diocese of Montana Employee Handbook: 

The policies for the staff in the Episcopal Diocese of Montana are all found here.  To see and understand the expectations of Diocesan Staff and Volunteers this is an important document.  There is a section at the end dedicated to Camp Marshall and rules that are specific to this ministry and location.  It is IMPORTANT that all staff and volunteers read and acknowledge that they have read and understand the Camp Policies before arriving.  If you do arrive (and need time to review the policy before plugging into the program that will be OK) 

Volunteers or paid staff who will be working in and around the kitchen will need to obtain a Serve Safe Food handlers card.  This is an online class.  It is well done and worth your time (and ours).

While this is not a state requirement you will learn why we do things the way we do in our kitchen.  Persons who have the proper training are most welcome in the kitchen.  By contrast, if you have not been trained you will increase the odds of "trying to help" when in reality you may be making more work for yourself and others.  

The camp will reimburse all camp staff/volunteers for the cost of the class.  If you are unsure of your status contact the Executive Director, David Campbell at and he will let you know. 

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