CIT Program

Our 2-year Counselor-in-Training (CIT) program enables teens in the 9th and 10th grades to bridge the gap between camper and staff AND become strong, effective camp counselors.

C.I.T. Director: Jason Stark

Junior C.I.T. – entering 9th grade

2, 4, 6, or 8  week training sessions for campers entering the 9th grade.

Establish teamwork, cooperation, respect, trust & effective communication. Develop leadership skills through discussions & role-playing. Develop programming skills. Establish the role and responsibility of C.I.T.

C.I.T. Internship

Weekly internships with Senior Counselors and/or Specialists.

Participation in all aspects of assigned group’s schedule.  Daily meetings for group discussion and continued training.  Implement and evaluate a special program for assigned weekly internship.  Weekly self-evaluation and Weekly evaluation.

Senior C.I.T. – entering 10th grade

2, 4, 6, or 8 week training sessions for campers entering the 10th grade.

Designed for graduates of Jr. C.I.T. program. Develop responsibility, decision-making, and teamwork through continued training. Assist in supervision of campers. Attend ALL staff training & evaluated by the C.I.T. Director. Participation in planning and running a meaningful community service project to benefit a worthy organization to be determined by the Sr. C.I.T.s.