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Do you love camp and being outside? Are you passionate about youth development and having fun while doing so? Are you looking for a leadership role within camp? Would you like to add a multitude of professional development skills to your resume and/or fulfill an internship for college?

If you answered yes to any of the above questions, 4-H Camp Cloverleaf would love to have you apply to work with us! Please see the position descriptions below and click to apply today. If you have any questions, please reach out to or give us a call at (863) 465-4884.

  • AmeriCorps Environmental Educator

    Florida 4-H AmeriCorps members serve Florida 4-H by teaching environmental education classes and activities to the public. AmeriCorps members help to book, organize, deliver, and evaluate environmental educational programs that occur both in and outside traditional classrooms. Camp Cloverleaf provides one place where AmeriCorps members educate others about the local ecosystem that Camp Cloverleaf is a part of. If you have an interest in teaching others in about the environment in an informal, hands-on setting, we hope you apply to serve Florida 4-H in this way. 

  • Summer Camp Cabin Leaders

    Summer Camp Cabin Leaders are the vital foundation to our summer camp program. They are a positive role model, create lasting memories for all campers, provide safe cabin supervision, and have fun engaging in camper activities. Cabin Leaders are the primary group of camp staff that provide day and overnight supervision for campers aged 6-16 years. They will be a leader of joy, fun, and adventure while manifesting a loving and inclusive environment in their cabins. They also would be assisting with campfires, crafts, STEM activities, waterfront activities, shooting sports, and many other traditional camp programs.

  • Summer Camp Specialists

    Summer Camp Specialists design, organize, manage, and lead the various activities that make camp exciting, fun, and educational. They serve as a positive role model and teacher and create lasting memories for all campers. Summer Camp Specialists will work closely with the Assistant Camp Director and Day Camp Coordinator to design and plan for their specific specialty area’s activities. They are the lead camp staff responsible for teaching their programs and ensuring all safety procedures are followed. Other responsibilities include youth supervision throughout the day and overnight in the cabins, along with their assigned Cabin Leader. This individual may also have teaching responsibilities outside of their specialty area, and they will contribute to and work evening programs. Specific job descriptions for each position can be found on the UF Jobs link above.  

  • Summer Camp Health Director

    The Camp Health Director is the lead medical professional on the camp staff, responsible for managing the health center and handling any and all medical related situations that arise. The Camp Health Director is responsible for distribution of approved prescription and over-the-counter medications/first aid to our campers. Campers or staff members with serious ailments/injuries are transported to the local urgent care facility or hospital by camp staff. All camp staff will be required to have American Red Cross certification in CPR/FA/AED before summer camp starts. For staff not yet certified, training will be provided prior to start of camp. The Camp Health Director will be provided housing on-site and will be expected to be on-call 24 hours a day, Monday morning through Friday afternoon.