Camp Marannook 
FAQ

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Room and Board:

Just like any camp, but especially this one, fruit is born through physically living in community alongside one another, learning how to care for and serve one another each and every day. For that reason, you commit to being on campus all Summer with some exceptions on the weekend. housing is provided for the summer.

Cost:

All counselors will be paid for your time at Marannook.  Pay will be discussed durring your interview. 

Summer Staff as a whole is provided by the generosity of others who desire to see college students grow in the Lord and serve kids so there is no cost. You will also be paid for the summer.  All payments will be discussed during the interview process. 

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Time Commitment:

May 16th - July 22nd with the option to stay until July 30th. We will be excepting 25 training staff this summer.  You are fully committed to Marannook for the summer so please do not arrange outside jobs.

We do realize that you may have family or friend commitments you have made prior to camp (such as weddings). Based on availability of fellow counselors, we ask that those dates be provided and planned for ahead of time.

Food & Transportation:

Food: We will be providing all food for the summer with the exception of a few weekends.  Most weekends there are leftovers you can eat and there will be some weekends you will have the opportunity to go off campus to eat. 

Transportation: Summer Staff is responsible for getting to Marannook in LaFayette, AL.  However, if transportation is a burden, we will work to find ways for you to be able to get to Marannook.  If this is a concen for you please mention it to us in your inteview.

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