Counselor-In-Training I. Grades 9-10, 2 Week Program $300 June 1-13
This is the first step in your journey to becoming a camp counselor. Start your first week off with the same training the counselors go through, learn child development, program planning and how to be a good mentor for young girls. Week two will have the chance to assist the counselors in a unit, singing songs, playing games. You will even have a chance assist in the program area of your choice.
Counselor-In-Training II. Grades 10-11, 3 Week Program $350 June 8-27
Continue to develop your camp leadership skills by learning more activities to keep campers active, engaged, learning and having fun. You will continue to work directly with campers as you learn about supervision, group management, and program planning experience, as well as insight into the responsibilities of managing a safe and successful camp community. Plan an all camp activity or campfire. Leave your legacy with a camp service project.
Advanced CIT. Grades 11-12, 4 Week Program $250 June 22-July 25
Time to put all your training into action and see the difference you make being a mentor to a child. Work alongside the counselors in a unit, help the girls plan their awesome camp experience, plan an all camp event or special activity. Spend time with the admin team learning how to make camp run smooth and see exactly what the camp director does. Along the way you will develop your own special vision of a perfect camp and you will gain the skills to make your vision into a reality. Make an impression on college applications and prepare yourself for life after high school.
Wrangler In Training. Grades 9-12 $300 June 8 - June 18
Ever wonder what it takes to manage horses and younger girls at the same time? Do you want to one day work at camp in the riding program? This program will help you develop your leadership skills as well as polish your riding and horse care knowledge. You will learn how to assist our Equestrian staff with arena lessons, trail rides, ground school, and care for the horses and burros. Step outside the riding ring and also learn what it takes to plan programming and even plan at all camp event with your WIT friends. Prerequisite: Completion of “Rancheras” or equivalent riding experience. Separate application required. Campers will return home between sessions.