LEADERSlliP CAMPS Resident Camp leadership programs are designed for campers ages 15 and up. At the start of these programs, knowledgeable staff are there to guide the girls through their journey of learning, challenge and growth. Toward the end of the program, camp staff move into supporting roles as campers step into leadership roles, put their skills to practice, and choose their path (at camp and in life).
The campers in the leadership programs help staff set the tone in the camp environment and often serve as role models for the younger campers, playing a major role in the mentoring magic that happens at camp. Whether they are leading a hike, teaching horsemanship skills, or building a campfire, the Leadership Experience and Practice (LE.AP.) campers are developing skills that will last them a lifetime and exemplifying what being a Girl Scout is all about.
If you were previously planning on completing Counselor in Training (CIT) or Wrangler in Training (WIT) then this new and improved program is for you! This redesigned program will broaden your leadership experience and training by offering an equestrian component much like the WIT program and a counselor component that the CIT program had in the past
2021-2022 school year
Cost: $655 through March 31, $685 starting April 1and $720 starting May 1 Take the leap from camper to leader during this leadership development camp. Girls will spend the session with their sister campers learning the essentials of leadership. Explore different parts of camp and learn tons of new skills along the way! This might include spending the day at the barn helping campers and increasing riding skills, spending time with camp counselors and their units, or even learning new skills from the waterfront staff! Campers wil l also have the opportunity to enjoy camp activities. Cost: $655 through March 31, $685 starting April 1and E) $720 starting May 1 - · Fine tune leadership skills duringyour final year at camp! When girls arrive, they wil l work with staff to focus on growth, maturity and the technical skills necessary to apply for a staff position at camp in the future. Campers in this program will spend part of their day continuing to learn leadership and professional skill s that will help at camp and in life outside of camp! Girls will be mentored by our staff in the program areas of their choice and skill level, but will also get the chance to gain valuable feedback and guidance from some of our most experienced staff members! Campers wil l spend the last week completing an internship on camp where they get the chance to lead and showcase their skills learned during this ultimate camp experience! ·--
July 11- Aug. 6
16 years old
July 11- Aug. 6
Resident Camp 15
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