Counselor in Training
REAL RESPONSIBILITY. REAL REWARDS.
Our Counselor-in-Training (CIT) program gives rising 10th graders a taste of the hard work and big rewards that go along with being an In the City Camp counselor. During this hands-on program, CITs will experience camp from a staff perspective when they:
- Help counselors lead Kid Camp (Kindergarten through 5th grade) bunks
- Engage with and serve as positive Jewish role models to Kid campers
- Assist Kid campers during specialist-led activities like art, dance, and magic
- Attend and support staff during Kid Camp field trips
- Lend a helping hand during camp-wide Shabbat programs
Rising 10th graders
8 CITS to 1 staff member
Intown: June 11-15, June 18-22, June 25-29
Sandy Springs: July 9-13, July 16-20, July 23-27
Like our staff, CITs will gain the communication, collaboration, and problem-solving skills colleges and future employers value. You can read more about the well-known benefits of working at camp here, here, and here. Plus, our most impressive CITs will have a leg up on the competition when applying for a junior counselor position at camp next year.
On top of all of that:
- CITs will receive 10 community service hours for each week they participate.
- CITs who attend at least 4 weeks will receive a $50 stipend at the end of the summer.
|Early Bird||Springtime Special||Summer’s Here|
|Jan 5 – Jan 31||Feb 1 – April 30||May 1 – Aug 4|
- The CIT program is limited to rising 10th graders who are accepted following an application and interview process. Parents will be asked to provide their child’s email address so we can contact him/her directly. We will copy parents on correspondence related to the application process.
- CIT registration closes April 30 so that we can complete the application and interview process.
- CITs are not staff members.