Renbrook Summer Adventure Staff superheroes

We are currently hiring for Specialty Staff for Summer 2024!

Enjoy competitive wages and a summer of fun!!

  • Archery
  • Camp Nurse
  • Certified Lifeguards
  • Gymnastics
  • Pottery
  • Rocketry
  • Woodworking

Please contact Tracy Agreda at or 860-236-1661 ext. 303.

Our RSSA Camp Counselors are the heart of our program. The dedication and passion they bring every day shape our camper's experiences and build lasting and memorable relationships.

We are so grateful to have the best Camp Staff around! A beloved counselor Regina, talks about her experience at RSSA below.

Working at RSSA is the best kind of work—the fun kind! I spend my summers collaborating with an amazing staff, listening to children's nonstop laughter, and creating lifelong memories with everyone.

Each morning’s arrival has the same energy and excitement as the first day I arrived on the Renbrook campus in 2001. I start my day in anticipation of the joy that I am sure to feel throughout every action-packed day. With over 75 acres of activities, it’s easy to get lost in the magic of it all.

The absolute best part of working at RSSA is being there with my daughter. Family and community are the cornerstones of the Renbrook experience. Exploring the wonders of the camp through her eyes is a gift. Renbrook School Summer Adventure is a gift, and I hope to continue receiving it for many more years to come.”

RSSA Staff with Camper

Counselor In Training (CIT) Program

Our CIT program is designed to offer aspiring counselors, ages 15 & 16, a unique and enriching opportunity to gain practical experience, enhance their skills, and make a meaningful contribution to our community.

Key components of our CIT program include hands-on training, mentorship, and supervised practice in a supportive and nurturing environment. CITs have the opportunity to shadow experienced counselors and gain hands-on activity training.

Through active involvement in a group setting, CITs gain valuable insight into the field of counseling and develop essential skills, such as active listening, empathy, and problem-solving.

In order to be age-elgibile for the program, CITs must be at least 15 years old by June 1st.  After receiving the completed staff application (via Campminder) and recommendations, an appointment for an interview will be scheduled.