Meet the Staff

Having fun at camp
Having fun at camp.

Director: Beverly Stone, B.S., M.A., executive director Expanding Opportunities, educator, international work and travel, camp counselor, camp director, first aid certification with CPR, EMT course.

Assistant Director: Catherine Sanders, has a background in research and development and oversees Camp operations.

Senior Counselor: Adam Stone, Maine Guide, Tom Brown's Survival School, Good Earth School, Earthways, International travel, wilderness skills teacher, first aid certification with CPR, Wilderness First Responder, Camp Trip Leader Permit, Red Cross Senior Life Saving Certificate, Archery instructor certification.

Counselor: Mark Greene, Enjoys nature and the outdoors. Loves coaching and working with kids. Experienced coach, outdoor enthusiast, experienced hiker, and camper.

Counselor:Bella Luz Maldonado Stone, Nueve Luz Peru, Shipibo Indian, Native dance, traditions, embroidery, winlderness first aid.. Available sporadically.

Counselor: Camp Forest hires a variety of counselors 18 and over during the summer. If you are interested in being a counselor we would enjoy hearing from you.

To view the Job Description, click here.

If you would like to apply for a position please complete the application form available as a WORD Document or here as a PDF Document.

For more information, please email Camp Forest or call (207) 930-8012.

Apprenticeship/ Internship: Camp Forest  Institute in conjunction with Stone's Guiding creates individualized apprenticeship and internship opportunities. Program fees are calculated individually. To apply for an internship position, please complete the Employment application above.
For more information, please email Camp Forest or call and leave a message at 1-207-930-8012

Junior Counselor: Young people ages 14-17 can apply for a Counselor in Training or Junior Counselor position. As a Junior Counselor, you are assigned 2-3 younger campers to assist and guide through skills acquisition. You will also participate in all group camp activities. As an active participant, you will learn wilderness survival skills, leadership skills, and gain a work reference. You are not compensated for your assistance but you do not pay for the camping experience. To qualify to be a CIT or Junior Counselor, you must have attended Camp Forest for at least one session as a camper. For more information or application form, please email Camp Forest or call and leave a message at  1-207-930-8012

Volunteers: Camp Forest enjoys the assistance of volunteers. Come join us this summer. Volunteers can work at Camp with the children, care for the counselor's small children, work on trail maintenance or in the office.

Camp Forest Camper/Counselor Ratio: No greater than 8:1 (maintained at all times).

Call (207) 930-8012 to register today.

Camp Forest is a Day and Expedition camp in Maine to preserve, teach, and honor primitive and wilderness living skills from around the world.

Updated Tuesday, November 27th, 2018 - 6:42 AM