Presbyterian Camp & Conference Center Association

ACA's Best Resources for PCCCA Members!

Multiply Your Outcomes. Knowledge You Need.

Sharpen Your Edge 
Education. Education. Education. Access from your own office: online coursese-books, unlimited streaming videos for training. We recommend these.

Promote Your Camp
Your camp on ACA’s Find a Camp. No fee. No catch. Parents will be able to find you. See Camps that Rent to Groups section also.

Spiritual Outcomes 
Increase, measure, and promote spiritual outcomes of your campers.

Volunteer & Staff Training Resources

  • Volunteer Development 101 (book and course)
  • Staff Screening and Hiring Resources — Find job descriptions, staff, and more
  • Camp Is for the Camper – book and online course
  • S'mores and Other Sticky Stuff: A Game for Training Camp Staff
  • Managing Difficult Camper Behaviors – recorded webinar 1 CEC
  • Super Staff Supervision – book
  • Four Quadrants of Accountability for Camp Staff – recorded webinar 1 CEC
  • Effective Supervision Skills for Senior Staff – online course 1 CEC

Networking and Community  Ask another camp professional or find an event.

Keep Up with Your State Laws  State laws for camps.

Risk Management and Business Practices

Membership

Membership for Individuals — One Year Free for You and Your Staff
Learn more. Use this code for a one-year free membership: PCCCA.

Membership for Camps — Yes, Your Camp Can Be a Member of ACA!
Your camp can be a member of the American Camp Association. Accreditation is not a requirement. Fees start at $350. Here's what to do:

  1. Download and print the application.
  2. Fill out the application (fees are on the application).
  3. Send it back to us (mail, e-mail, or fax).
  4. We will send you a packet of information.

 Photo courtesy of Camp Kamaji for Girls, Cass Lake, Minnesota