YEAR ROUND PARADISE POINT CAMP STAFF
Marty's history with Paradise Point Episcopal Camp began as a camper in 1987. Since then, he has gained program experience and administrative planning through Boise and Greater New York Y Camps. After receiving his BA in Recreation Management from Metropolitan State College of Denver, he returned to Idaho and Paradise Point in 2009 and became Camp Director in 2010. Marty has served in several other leadership positions outside of his camping profession including; Member of the National Council of Leaders and Local Council of Leaders for the American Camp Association, Board Member for International Student Exchange, and First Aid/CPR instructor. Marty is devoted to developing camp standards and is passionate about the positive role of summer camp in a person’s life, especially at Paradise Point.
Megan's Paradise Point Camp journey began when she attended Pee-Wee camp with her mom, cousin and aunt at 6 years old. She has visited camp in some fashion (camper, staff member, volunteer or women’s camper) every year since. Her professional background in youth development includes a B.A. in Environmental Education from Western Washington University, a M.P.A. in Nonprofit Management from the University of Colorado: Denver, six years of time on the Paradise Point Committee, and over 10 years of direct youth development work in several nonprofit settings. Megan is passionate about building intentional communities, environmental education and putting maple syrup in coffee.
Assistant Camp Director
Donovan started camp at Paradise Point the summer after his fifth grade. He returned over and over, through the leadership programs, and worked at camp over four successive summers. Donovan has an Associate's Degree in Sociology from the College of Western Idaho and completed upper graduate classes in Psychology at Boise State. He brings his professional experience working in public and school libraries to camp, focused on education, program planning, and literacy. A strong supporter of mental health advocacy, Donovan is a certified instructor in Camp Mental Health through Lead, Inc. Donovan strives to make camp a safe place for people of all gender identities and neurodiversities to find a second home at Paradise Point Camp.
A Boise native, Tessa joins the Paradise Point Camp team as a past Camp Hodia camper and staff member. Tessa's professional and camping experience make her a perfect fit for Paradise Point Camp. She has a BA in Communications from Boise State University and years of administrative experience. Tessa loves the special bonds that camps foster, board games and her pup, Robbie.
THIS COULD BE YOU!
Counselor, lifeguard, leadership staff, kitchen staff and more!
Paradise Point Camp seeks seasonal staff for the 2022 summer that are caring, hardworking and team players. Join the Paradise Point Camp Staff for a summer filled with adventure, great people and a meaningful job. More details on applications coming soon!