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Firestone Junior Campmasters

The Junior Campmaster program is a group of Scouts BSA between the age of 10 and 18 who are interested in volunteering their time at Firestone.


The essential job functions of a Junior Campmaster may include, but are not

limited to the following:

  • Learn how to provide and follow safety instructions on a bb gun, slingshot, archery, and tomahawk range with the Rangemaster

  • Assist the NRA Instructors on the rifle and shotgun range

  • Assist the Camp Ranger and/or the Junior Campmaster Advisor with any task(s) throughout camp

  • Assist with miscellaneous tasks at large events and camporees

  • Utilize various hand tools, such as a handsaw, hammer, shovel, hoe, axe, etc.

  • Cheerful service to Firestone Scout Reservation

All Junior Campmasters must exercise good/sound judgment; have the willingness to learn different procedures while working on a range; operate a handheld radio to communicate with other camp staff; effectively communicate, work responsively, safely, and respectfully with other camp staff members, campers, Cub Scouts, Scouts BSA, and parents. If your Scout is interested in becoming a Junior Campmaster, please contact Mark López at

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