We have been blessed by a committed staff of Christian volunteers who collectively have many years of camp experience. We are always looking for new people to come alongside and serve with us. Check out the opportunities listed below and let us know where you'd be interested in helping out!

Summer Staff Interns

Young adults (ages 16-22) have an opportunity to participate in the internship program for either 5 or 10 weeks. 1st half interns serve from Wednesday, June 17th - Saturday, July 18th. 2nd half interns serve from Saturday, July 18th - Sunday, August 16th. Full Summer interns serve from Wednesday, June 17th - Sunday, August 16th.

In addition to work training, group leadership training, and developing a heart of service, our interns work hard to keep the day-to-day camp programs running smoothly. They work on projects such as carpentry, mowing the lawns, preparing and serving meals, housekeeping, painting, roofing, or organizing group games for kids during family camps. Most also serve as lifeguards on the waterfront or as ropes course instructors. It is a unique experience that can help to shape the life of a servant forever, as lasting character and lifelong friendships are built. Please prayerfully consider if God may want you to serve at UPBC in this way.

If you're interested in serving next summer, email Todd Henderson at after January 1st to request an internship application. Summer Staff internship applications and references will be accepted between January 1st and January 31st, 2020. If accepted, interns must register for the UPBC Summer Staff internship training and pay a $40 registration fee.

Summer AV & Media Intern 

Are you talented with a camera? Maybe you have what it takes to capture beautiful photos at UPBC everyday, all summer. Upper Peninsula Bible Camp is seeking an individual who has the skills and desire to develop media content (photos, video) and manage A/V equipment (soundboard, video projection) from June 14th to August 17th. The intern will be given free room and board, and a stipend every two weeks.

Job Description:

● Generate daily media content: 100+ high quality photos of campers and their activities.
● Upload and maintain our online photo storage.
● Work with camp directors on unique media needs throughout each week.
● Operate the soundboard and projection to assist speakers and worship leaders with their audio-visual needs.


● Acceptance of UPBC Statement of Faith
● Age 18 or older
● Knowledge in DSLR photography, Apple and Adobe multimedia programs
● Familiarity with, or desire to be trained to use, A/V equipment


Please email your resume, cover letter and portfolio with any questions to

Summer Head Lifeguard Intern 

Want to spend your summer on the beach? To apply for this position, you must be 18 years or older and have at least 2 years of life guarding experience. We need someone who is able to organize a schedule for summer staff lifeguards and aquatic observers. This individual must also be willing to lead training activities for the water front staff, keep the beach area and boat shed picked up, and take on other tasks as assigned. For more info or to apply, send an email to

Summer Office Intern 

The camp office is a busy and important place! To apply for this intern position, you must have basic to intermediate computer skills, organizational skills, be friendly and personable. You should have a willingness to complete a variety of tasks, some of which can be monotonous, and others that require more critical thinking skills. Much of the work involves sorting papers, creating documents on the computer, printing forms, filing, etc. If your work load is light, you may be asked to help in other areas of camp (housekeeping, etc.). To learn more or apply for this internship, send an email to

Summer Kitchen Intern 

Running the kitchen is a huge job! We've been blessed with many willing hands over the years that have helped to put delicious meals on the table. The need for a kitchen intern has developed as the camp has grown. This intern will work alongside Susie, our kitchen manager, and help with tasks such as ordering, inventory, stocking and providing assistance / guidance to other kitchen volunteers. To learn more or to apply, send an email to

Retreat Staff Opportunities

As we begin offering programs throughout more of the year, our need for volunteers will increase. At this point, we are gathering local (and not-so-local) volunteers on an "as needed" basis.

  • General |

  • Kitchen Help |

  • Ropes |

  • Housekeeping |

Adult Summer Volunteers

Adult Summer Volunteers are always needed and can be used in a number of different ways. Maybe you have specific skills, or maybe you just want to serve and be a mentor to the Summer Staff and campers. We will find a place for you!

  • General Maintenance |

  • Kitchen Help |

  • Ropes |

Program Staff

Are you interested in being a counselor or help out at a camp in a different way? Click HERE for more details. 


UPBC is always looking for people who are ready to pour their hearts into campers of all ages. For information about the Counselors in Training program, contact:

Joe Jakcsy |

Board of Trustees

Have you ever wondered how Upper Peninsula Bible Camp is governed? Click HERE to learn more.

Becoming a Member of UPBC

Members of UPBC are given the opportunity to nominate and elect trustees who serve on the board. If you are interested in becoming a member of UPBC, click HERE.