Staff Highlight: Josh Brady

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One of the best things about working at camp is the amazing people that we get to work next to every day. We’d like to share with you a small peek behind the curtain, and introduce you one of them. Josh Brady is an important part of our dining team. We took a moment to ask him a few questions about how he feels about camp.

How long have you been working at Mount Hermon, and what kind of work do you do?

I’ve been working since September of 2016 and I am a server in dining at our Redwood and Ponderosa Camps.

What makes you most excited about coming to work at Mount Hermon?

I love the people I work with, our supervisors Erin Funk and Steve Rom are super funny and great people to work for. This job has definitely given me a new perspective about what it takes to make camp run. Seeing all the prep work that goes into making our guests feel welcome is incredible. Plus I get a lot of joy from seeing people’s faces light up with something we usually take for granted, like the sight of the food we bring out.

 

What about our guests? Has there been a time where an interaction with our guests really stood out to you?
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One of our guests that was a high school student was talking about how they were going to play pick up Basketball later that night.Since I felt so comfortable with the group I asked if I could join and they said of course! After my shift I went to the court and we played a game of 4 on 4, leaders against students. It was a blast to be able to connect to both the leaders and students since I’m in-between both ages. The students and I could talk about future plans (colleges, classes, etc) and I could learn from the leaders about their college experiences and wisdom they picked up as well. Around 11PM, we were all pretty worn out. We said our goodbyes, and I took off and I knew that it was a wonderful memory that will really stick with me.

How can people pray for you and the people in dining?

As you can probably imagine, if we happen to be short a team member or two for an event we really have to make sure that we are stepping in to give our guests a stay that they will remember. On top of that you would be amazed at all of the moving pieces behind the scenes that have to happen.

 

 Thanks Josh for your spirit, impact on team members and our guests! You are a valued part of Mount Hermon.

 

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