If you're on the fence about working at Camp Wakonda, DO IT. I cannot express how fulfilling this experience was for me. As a Pre-Veterinary major, I was REALLY hesitant about signing up to be a camp counselor after I lost a year of possible internships due to COVID. I also knew nobody who worked at camp before this summer, but I gained some true friends and great memories that I wouldn't trade for the best internship or anything else in the world. This experience will challenge you and change you, but ultimately the work is fulfilling. You WILL be exhausted at the end of each day, tired of dealing with kids, and will probably get a little scraped up, but the staff WILL be there for you. Everyone is all in, all of the time. All hands on deck. It truly is a community that fills each other up, and that kind of support is so rare in this day and age. If you need a sign to say yes to Camp Wakonda, consider this it.