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Camp Sunrise is operated by a Camp Director, Staff Director, Programming Director, CIT Director, and a Medical Director from the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center's Division of Pediatric Oncology. All leadership staff, counselors and activity staff are volunteers. They devote over 100% of themselves to making sure that each and every child has an experience they will remember forever.
Johns Hopkins Camp Sunrise Volunteers
Learn more about the important volunteers at Camp and why they are so special.
Camp Sunrise Volunteer Application
Please complete theand return to Marilyn Scalf, Staff Director at PO Box 50, Riderwood, MD 21139.
If you are unable to volunteer for the entire week of camp and would like to be a Day Volunteer at Camp, please complete theand return to Marilyn Scalf at the address above.
If you have any questions or would like to talk about volunteer positions, please contact Marilyn at, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Oncology Times Features Camp Sunrise Medical Director, Orly Klein
The Oncology Times has published a three part series on what and how oncologist spend their summer vacations. In this second series, pediatric oncologist and Camp Sunrise's Medical Director, Orly Klein talks about her summer vacation volunteering, as many Johns Hopkins pediatric oncologists, nurses and staff do, for a week long summer camp for kids with cancer, Camp Sunrise.
Counselor In Training (CIT) Program
The Counselor In Training (CIT) Program is designed to help 17 and 18 year olds make the transition from camper to counselor.
Throughout the week of camp, they serve as helpers, leaders, and role models for our 4 to 16 year old campers. Responsibility and leadership will be developed through the CIT program training process.
We do ask CITs to be previous campers at Camp Sunrise.
Camp Sunrise Staff during the 2012 HEBDA Foundation Run