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Work at the Procter Center

Procter is a camp and conference center in Madison County, about 30 miles south of Columbus, Ohio. Our site includes a reflection pond, lake, pool, hiking trails, and a woodland area. In the summers, we host hundreds of campers in grades first through twelfth. In addition, Procter Center Farm provides food for our Dining Hall and sells produce at farmer’s markets throughout the Columbus area.

Each summer, we hire Kitchen & Housekeeping, Farmers, Groundskeepers, Camp Counselors, Lifeguards, and Camp Nurses. All of our staff serves as leaders and mentors to our campers, guests, and customers. Being a part of our staff means working hard and having a ton of fun.

Procter Center is owned and operated by the Episcopal Diocese of Southern Ohio, so part of the programming that occurs on-site is discussing faith and what that looks like in the 21st century. People from all or no faith backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

Volunteering at Procter

Each year, spring, summer, and fall, we need volunteers for our camp programs, farm, and events. If you are interested in volunteering with Procter for a day, a week, a season, or all year long, please contact Danielle Vogel, dvogel@proctercenter.org.

 

Teens and Young Adults, learn more about our LIT Volunteer Program.

Maintenance & Ground

Procter has a variety of buildings on-site, outdoor and indoor spaces frequently used by guests. Therefore, Procter is seeking a part-time person to assist with grounds work, such as landscaping and mowing, and facility upkeep. General experience with shop work is preferred. Experience using a mower, a variety of tools, and knowledge of tool safety is highly preferred. If you are interested in this position, please contact Danielle Vogel at dvogel@proctercenter.org.

Farm Hand Internship

Ever been interested in learning how to grow your own food, learning about sustainable farming, or raising chickens and hogs? No previous farm experience is necessary for our summer and fall positions. Each summer, we look for three individuals who have a positive attitude, are able to work well on a team, and are willing to learn how to farm! Learn more about how to apply by clicking the link below.

Camp Staff

Procter hires 15-20 staff members a season: Counselors, Lifeguards (we provide the training), Healthcare Providers, and a Leadership Team. Email Heather Bangerter at hbangerter@proctercenter.org, or Submit an application online!

Summer Kitchen & Housekeeping Staff

We are looking for dedicated and enthusiastic people who would enjoy being involved in all aspects of our food service operation and maintaining a clean environment for our guests. This includes food prep and cooking, guest interaction on the serving line, dishes, and cleaning the guest spaces, kitchen, and dining hall. We look for team members who like to work, will be on time, and present. Experience in a restaurant or food service setting preferred.  If you are interested in this position please contact Kitchen Manager, Cathy White at cwhite@proctercenter.org.

Hospitality Internship

 Procter is a year-round event center. We pride ourselves in making our facilities and grounds as welcoming as possible for guests. We are seeking an individual who is also enthusiastic about hospitality. Our paid interns will develop skills in event planning, guest management, customer relations and more. Please email Robin Kimbler at rkimbler@proctercenter.org with interest.

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Procter is a great place to get away from everyday life. I stayed in one of the cabins where there are 4 rooms with 2 sets of bunk beds. The cabin also had A/C, showers, a bathroom, a kitchen, and a living room area furnished with a couch.  The cabins are a short walk away from the dining and conference hall or the lake. 

The staff was very welcoming and I even had the opportunity to visit with some of the summer farm staff! It was great talking to Procter’s farm manager, Danielle, who told me that the farm uses sustainable practices: pasture-raised pork and chicken, free-range egg layers, and crops are grown using organic methods. She was happy to sell me some bratwurst and my roommate and I enjoyed them that night!

In between my work sessions, I had a wonderful time wandering around Procter’s pond and visiting with the pigs and chickens.

Noel Lampazzi’s, SCA Invasive Species and Farm Intern, Fall 2019