Connor Bujno

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Connor Bujno, Camp Susque’s Retreat Coordinator, although our newest Year Round Staff starting his role in January 2023, is no stranger to camp. Having grown up attending camp starting as a camper in 2006, a SIT in 2015, and Summer Staff in 2016, Connor is well versed in camp culture that is unique to Susque. Add to that his experience in the field formerly working Customer Services roles at Liebenzell Retreat Ministries, and having studied Camp and Outdoor Adventure Leadership with a double minor in Youth Ministries and History from Liberty University, Connor is perfectly suited to serve as Susque’s Retreat Coordinator. His penchant for fun and his heart for camp ministry makes him the perfect person to head up this hospitality role.

When Connor isn’t coordinating retreats at Susque, you can find him coming alongside other departments and serving as kitchen staff and counselor for our many camps and events. Outside of work, you’ll find him starting the day slowly by sleeping in, having some coffee, or pursuing his dream of visiting all the Major League Baseball stadiums.

What year did you start at Camp Susque?

Camper in 2006, SIT in 2015, Summer Staff in 2016, Year Round Staff in 2023

What kind of experience do you have in your field?

Worked in Customer Services roles at Liebenzell Retreat Ministries and just have a vast amount of exposure from being around Camp Susque

What kind of schooling do you have?

I studied Camp and Outdoor Adventure Leadership with a double minor in Youth Ministries and History from Liberty University

Where were you born and raised?

I was born in Newton, New Jersey and raised in Hackettstown, New Jersey

What is something most people don’t know about you?

I was a part of the Super Bowl XLVIII Halftime Show at Metlife Stadium

What was your first job?

Kitchen Staff at Liebenzell Retreat Ministries

Describe your perfect day off?

Sleep In, Drink some coffee and sit in a nice recliner and have a slow morning, get a nice hoagie from Bittners, and just probably relax throughout the day.

Where’s the coolest place you’ve ever been?

The Grand Canyon

What’s one thing on your bucket list that you’d love to do?

Visit all Major League Baseball stadiums

What is your favorite Scripture?

Philippians 4:6-7

What is your favorite area at Camp Susque?

Chapel in the Pines

What is the story behind your fun photo prop?

I love baseball and this baseball is signed by one of my all time favorite players Mariano Rivera

Describe your job at Camp Susque in a nutshell, and what is your favorite day in the life of your job?

My job here at Susque is centered around hospitality. I maintain the relationships with retreat groups that come here, recruit staff to work retreats, and hope to expand our retreat group family in the coming future. My favorite part of my job is the people I get to meet here from different places and backgrounds coming to the same melting pot.

What are you good at? 

I am pretty skilled at having fun (most of the time).

What challenges you?

Something that challenges me is living in a world being a Sacramento Kings fan

What is your favorite camp memory as a child?

My favorite camp memory is the time when as a woodsman I would get to take Logic with Chief Bear and be allowed to have an activity class in the cool basement and play chess with all my friends.

When did you become a Christian?

I became a Christian at age 11 at Camp Susque while listening to the chaplain discuss the crucifixion during chapel.

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