Leadership Training Program FAQs
What do the CT and Helping Hands programs entail?
CTs are most typically rising 11th graders, and they spend one session at Camp learning and practicing the ins and outs of counseling, teaching classes in multiple activity areas, and planning all-camp events as a CT family. Helping Hands are typically rising 12th graders, and they spend one session at Camp in a service role, doing the hard work that makes Camp such a great experience for kids! They apply for and take on a specific job, such as dishwasher, lodge assistant, office assistant, or helping behind the scenes in an activity area.
How long does a CT or Helping Hand spend at Camp if they are accepted into the program?
Applicants are accepted into one session, either First Session or Second Session, and spend only that session at Camp. View the session dates here for the upcoming summer.
What is tuition cost for the CT Program and is Financial Aid available?
Is there a tuition cost for the Helping Hand Program?
No, the Helping Hand program is tuition free and the Helping Hands themselves are paid a stipend for their work at the end of the Session.
My child has been accepted into the Leadership Training Program, what happens next?
Congratulations! Our Camp Registrar will reach out to the parents of the accepted candidate through Camp In Touch with forms and documents to complete in the same way as would happen with an enrolled camper. Charlotte, our Associate Director, will reach out to the accepted candidate with contracts and documents for the candidate to complete and return via email.