Winter camp employs numerous counselors and some kitchen support staff. Counselors must have a passion for the outdoors and enjoy introducing campers to activities such as sledding, Nordic skiing, ice-skating, and snowshoeing, and snow fort building. Indoor activities like arts and crafts, cooking, and board games round out the day.
All counselor positions are residential, one-week positions that coincide with school vacations in mid-February. Positions require applicants to be 18 years old or older.
CITs help counselors care for campers, do many daily camp chores in the kitchen, dining room, grounds, barns, etc., and help organize some of the special activities. The CIT director supervises CIT’s. The primary goals of the program are to help participants recognize themselves as leaders, teachers, and positive role models, and to understand what goes into making camp an unforgettable experience for the young people in our care.
CITs must enjoy working with children, embrace and work with the fun and challenges of intense community living, be willing to take initiative and work hard, be willing to give up many personal freedoms and comforts, display outstanding character, and be enthusiastic, creative, self-directed leaders.
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