Camp Counselor-In-Training

As a counselor-in-training (CIT), teens in 10th grade will gain the skills necessary to lead and be successful as a future camp counselor! During the first week, CITs participants will learn how to be effective role models, gain insight into youth and adolescent development, and build a repertoire of games, activities, language, and techniques that will enhance their ability to create a safe, positive and fun camp environment. The second and third week of being a CIT includes being assigned to a specific camp to assist existing staff in supervising campers, supporting group activities and enriching the social and educational experience of the campers. CPR and First Aid training is provided during the first week. Teens will earn 60 volunteer hours.
Teens can be a CIT for both sessions that are being offered. Please contact Barrie Skalsky for more information.

Counselor-In-Training will be held at the Main J Campus.

Barrie Skalsky

Teen Engagement Coordinator