Our CIT program allows campers to strengthen leadership and communication skills, learn about working with younger children, and have an enjoyable and educational summer experience. The fee for the week is $100.
A CIT must have:
- Lots of energy
- Plenty of patience
- An open mind
- Be flexible
- A cooperative attitude
- Be on time
- Be enthusiastic
- Be respectful and friendly
- Conduct yourself in a safe and appropriate manner
- Set a good example
- Interact respectfully with campers and staff
- Follow directions
At all times, the CIT is a camper, a program participant and is expected to adhere to the guidelines of our camp program and camp leaders’ direction.
Placements: CITs will be given a placement for the week; the counselor that a CIT is assigned to will have jobs for the CIT to do for them and with them throughout the day. While it is important for CITs to participate in all activities, remember that our number one goal is for campers to enjoy themselves! As a CIT the primary responsibility is to help the counselor.
Evening Meeting: This meeting will occur daily and will be held by the CIT Director. They will review the progress of the day and to set goals for the following day.
CIT Character Development/Activity: Together CITs will plan and implement one activity for the campers. CITs will have a leadership role during this time. They will be responsible for explaining the activity and helping counselors and campers to participate and have fun!
Off campus trip: CITs will be able to participate in one off campgrounds trip that will build confidence and increase team-building skills.
Evaluation: At the end of the week the CIT Director will evaluate CITs on their performance and possibly be invited to be a Junior Counselor the following summer.