Abby joined the team three years ago and has done everything from making sure everything is organized with the Admin team to lifeguarding. You've probably seen her at registration or the waterfront, typically with a clipboard in her hand. We asked her a few questions about being on staff. Check out what she had to say:
Q: How many years have you been on staff?
A: One year as an intern and two years on staff.
Q: How did you get involved with PKF Camps?
A: I got involved with being on staff while I was on my second trip to Surf City Haiti.
Q: What do you do when you’re not working at camp?
A: When I am not working at camp I am a full-time student at Robert Morris University. That pretty much takes up most of my time. On campus, I am currently holding a leadership position in my sorority as the coordinator of our philanthropy, and I am in my campuses Women’s Leadership and Mentorship program. Lastly but not least, I am learning lessons every single day on what it means to be an adult. Well, a semi-adult I guess. ;)
Q: What is God teaching you now?
A: As I am in the season of change with just starting college, God is teaching me to trust Him in the unseen. When it seems like He doesn’t see or hear me, trust that He is working in the unseen. I am learning to steadfastly pursue Jesus not only in the troughs but also on the mountain tops and everything in between.
Q: What was your favorite part of being on staff?
A: My favorite part about being on staff is and will always be the opportunity for a group of young people to be able to get together and serve. I absolutely love the concept of our team. Our team is a group of young adults learning, growing, teaching, all in Jesus’ name to younger students. Passing on what we’ve learned and are still learning throughout our walks with the Lord to future generations.
Psssst! We're always looking for passionate people to join our team.