If you’ve spent any time around Camp Fire, you’ve seen Sean Myers. He’s the go-to person when it comes to fixing things, building things, solving problems, and anything else you can think of. Sean also contributes time to the kids and teen program at Camp Fire.


What was your favorite TV show when growing up?

Rugrats. It is a cartoon about toddlers.


Choose a movie title for the story of your life.

It’s a Wonderful Life.


What is the nerdiest thing you do in your spare time?

Bowling. That's pretty nerdy.


What is your favorite cereal?

Lucky Charms.


What’s the strangest talent you have?

I’m a practictioner of hot yoga. Namaste. (We will leave this to you, the reader, to determine whether or not this is true.)


Do you have any strange phobias?

Not really. I’m not a big fan of clowns, but that’s pretty common.


What are three things still left on your bucket list?

  1. Octoberfest in Germany.
  2. Visit Ireland.
  3. Get married.


If you could have any one superpower, which would you choose?

I would like to make food appear at the snap of a finger.


How did you originally come to Camp Fire?

I volunteered with my fraternity, Theta Chi at the Buckingham Terror Haunted House. The rest is history.


Can you explain what it is that you do at Camp Fire?

At Camp Fire, I do a little bit of pretty much everything. My job titles include, but are not limited to: older elementary STEAM Guru, teen programs, facilities maintenance, risk management, program quality assessments, master of all things dump cake, haunted house builder extraordinaire, recycling man, organizational wizard, and garden semi-pro.


What is something about Camp Fire that gets you excited?

I’m always excited when the staff here at camp fire spend time thinking outside the box to make the difficult things possible. Coming up with new ways to play the same old game, or thinking outside the box to make a new program happen. We are always pushing ourselves, and our limits. We try to  make ourselves better than we were yesterday.


What is one thing about Camp Fire that you would like everyone to understand/know?

All of the things that happen here are made possible by the help of volunteers. Without all of the adults who come out and give of their time and resources, we would never be able to do the things that we do.


What is your spark?

Working with young people. I live for the moments when a young person “gets it”.