Many campers 14 and older choose to participate in the Counselor-In-Training (CIT) program where they will get a head start learning skills that will serve them as they enter the workforce. This is one of the few opportunities where early teens can gain valuable work experience prior to reaching working age. Participants learn about responsibility, teamwork, and the satisfaction that accompanies a job well done. CITs are integral in the success of our camp and have a great time while serving as a CIT, too! CITs are integral in the success of our camp and have a great time while doing it too! Being a CIT is an excellent way to get real work experience and fulfill community service hours.
Rate: $125 per week
+$100 Training Fee (new CITs only. Includes sailing training and CIT training day.)
HOW TO BECOME A CIT
- Be 14 years of age at time of service
- Have completed Basic and Advanced Sailing or attend sailing classes prior to CIT Training Day. (Included in CIT Training Fee)
- Attend the CIT Orientation in spring or view the CIT Training Webinar (contact us for link)
- Attend one of the CIT training days in May or June
This program is extremely popular and is subject to space availability. Please be sure to attend the appropriate orientation listed below and complete the necessary training in a timely fashion.
Information for New CITs
To become a CIT you must attend both an orientation AND a training day in the spring. The orientation will answer all of your questions about becoming a CIT. After attending an orientation you will be able to register for a CIT training day. The training will teach you the expecations and code of conduct of being a CIT.
Upcoming Important Dates
The 2017 CIT orientations and training days have passed. If you still wish to become a CIT please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Information for Returning CITs
Returning CITs are not required to attend an orientation or training. Returning CITs should receive an email in February with instructions on how to register for the upcoming summer. If you did not receive the email or have additional questions, please contact us at email@example.com.