Summer Staff

The following positions are open for Summer 2023! Click on a position title to view the job description and details for that position. To access this year’s staff application, click below.

2023 SUMMER STAFF

TJ Morgan, Camp Woodie Director

TJ studied Camp and Outdoor Adventure Leadership at Liberty University. After college, he started as an outdoor educator at Camp Hanes for two seasons before being called to SCWA to serve as the Camp Leopold Interim Director. Growing up in the small town of Cornelius NC, TJ always attended YMCA Camp Hanes in King, NC, where he first fell in love with the camp atmosphere and discovered he wanted to serve in the camping industry full-time. Every summer after high school, he dedicated his summers to learning more to prepare him for one day being a Camp Director. He worked at Camp Hanes as a counselor, and then on the leadership team as the Shooting Sports Leader for two summers. In this role, he was in charge of teaching gun safety and 5-stand to the campers and staff. He worked a summer as a tower staff member at Camp Eagle Rock in Charlotte NC, where he worked to help campers climb to new heights and challenge themselves to overcome their fears. He branched out from his normal summers at camp and served as a High Ropes Guide at the U.S. National Whitewater Center, helping guests on zip lines and challenge courses, but always knew that camp was his home away from home. TJ started his journey with SCWA as a Camp Leopold Instructor in the Fall of 2019 and looks forward to sharing his experiences and knowledge of camps with SCWA.

ELIZABETH EBERHART, HERITAGE EVENTS DIRECTOR AND CAMP WOODIE ASSISTANT DIRECTOR

Growing up in Rome, Georgia, Liz enjoyed deer hunting and fishing with her dad. Her dad became a falconer when she was young and would catch, train, and hunt hawks. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Biology at the University of North Georgia. After college, she came to work for Camp Woodie in 2021 where she fell in love with the environment and culture. When the summer ended, she stayed on staff as a Leopold instructor. After working for several months with Camp Leopold, she was then promoted to our Heritage Director and Assistant Camp Woodie Director. She is excited to help educate our students and campers about habitat conservation through Heritage events and Camp Woodie.

Drake Tindal, Shooting Specialist

Hello, my name is Drake. I was born and raised in South Carolina graduating from the University of South Carolina with an associates degree. I have been working with this organization almost my entire life alongside my family in the nutritional field for SCWA. I even helped as a shooting instructor for Camp Woodie this past summer. I recently left that department and became an environmental educator for Camp Leopold in the fall of 2020. I am excited for this upcoming year to be able to assist children in becoming familiarized, comfortable and educated with the outdoors.