I just got my first job as a camp nurse, and have been here for one week. I only have an associate's degree in biology and am starting nursing school
in the fall. Maybe it depends on the state (I'm in North Carolina), but the camp director said that I only needed to be pursuing a medical degree and be well versed in first aid and CPR.
To be honest, I was VERY nervous about the job at first, but took it anyways because I knew it would be an incredible learning experience. Our campers do not arrive until the 17th, but we had a youth retreat here from Dallas, TX this last week and they kept me very busy. I had a nail in the foot, bee stings, vomiting, and fevers (not all from the same person, of course). I just renewed my first aid and CPR so I knew that I knew everything really well but was really afraid that, when it came down to actually administering first aid, I would panic and not be able to remember anything.
That was not the case at all and even just in this past week, I have learned so much and am very eager to start my nursing career. I have gone from anxious to optimistic. Best of luck to you!