Brief introduction to important information about working a summer job at Aspen Grove!
Aspen Grove Family Camp is owned and operated by the Brigham Young University Alumni Association. The camp is designed to provide families with a rich and meaningful educational experience in a BYU atmosphere. We have wonderful traditions to keep alive, and many new innovations that we hope will improve the camp year by year. Aspen Grove has been in operation for over 50 seasons and has grown to an average occupancy of 80 families per week.
Approximately 400 guests come to camp each week, arriving Saturday afternoon and leaving Friday morning. All staff will have one day off each week, which will generally be from 1:00 PM on Friday to 1:00 PM on Saturday. Below is a quick summary of a week’s camp schedule.
- Saturday: Arrivals & Opening Show
- Sunday: Church Services/Callings/Fireside
- Monday: Aspen Follies & Talent Show
- Tuesday: Frontier Night
- Wednesday: Hike Day - Children with age groups all day
- Thursday: Water Frolics & Closing Show
- Friday: Checkout & Cleaning
All staff will be responsible for working in a variety of areas, which may include custodial, work projects, and programs. Duties include cleaning restrooms, cabins, and other facilities in preparation for the arrival of new guests each week. Tasks also include distributing bedding and cribs, and maintaining the general appearance of the camp. Work projects include jobs such as painting, raking, digging, sweeping, and mowing. Program responsibilities include attending and participating in opening and closing shows. Most staff members will be assigned specific standby duties on particular days or evenings each week. Sunday work is required of all staff and will require from two to six hours of work depending upon your area of employment.
As you look over individual job descriptions, please keep in mind you will be responsible for working in a variety of areas in addition to your main job duties.
Working at Aspen Grove requires a big commitment, and makes a big difference in the lives of hundreds of families. It requires much hard work, a positive attitude, and a fun personality. Staff members enjoy a unique experience as they both work and live on site in a camp setting. For many staff, the chance to associate with over 80 other staff is a highlight of their camp experience. Activities during the summer give the staff a chance to get to know each other better and form lasting friendships.
Required dates of employment 2020 summer are: TBA
All salaries will be paid on a monthly basis ($1,100 base). Room and board is provided in addition to the salary. Housing is in either a dorm setting or smaller cabin facilities. Couples can also be accommodated as long as both spouses are employed.