Counselors and Volunteers

Thank you for having an interest in serving as a counselor or volunteer at Camp Conquest. Time spent with these children is priceless, and has a tremendous impact on their lives. 

By serving as a volunteer or counselor you are making a difference in a child’s life! Camp gives counselors an opportunity to truly impact the lives of young burn survivors in a profound and positive way. Through the bonds you make with these campers you will give them an opportunity to express themselves and participate in ways they never knew they could!

Camp Conquest’s mission is to provide a summer camp program at no cost for pediatric burn survivors.  Camp Conquest responds to the needs of pediatric burn survivors by organizing activities to improve campers’ self-esteem, confidence, and physical abilities. Our goal is for campers to establish friends, network with other burned children, and leave camp with an improved sense of well-being. As a counselor, you play a vital role in making this happen.

For more information, visit the Counselor Frequently Asked Questions.

If you are interested in serving as a counselor or volunteer, follow the link below to apply today.


Counselors are responsible for 1-2 campers for their entire time at camp, including overnight. Counselors are generally expected to participate in camp for the full week, with their primary responsibility being spending time and looking after their assigned camper(s).


Volunteers serve in a variety of capacities such as preparing and serving meals, driving boats, and more. Volunteers typically only serve during the day, and do not necessarily serve for the full week.