Leaders in Training (L.I.T.)
Camp Counselor in Training Program
For campers entering 10th-12th grades, our L.I.T.s serve as leaders in our camp community and have opportunities to earn volunteer hours for school both in and outside the J. Our L.I.T.s are trained in how to work with our younger campers, will lead & create camp programming, can earn CPR & First Aid certification* and participate in community service projects in the Valley. They will also have the opportunity to explore the Valley and beyond through exciting field trips.
Cost: $250/child for the whole summer.
An interview process is required to be accepted into the L.I.T. program.
Contact Sam, firstname.lastname@example.org, for more registration information.
What You’ll Gain
Train to become a community leader and a future camp counselor
Develop your leadership skills
Create a mentoring relationship between you and others within
Your J Community
Take part in a supportive peer environment
Enjoy fun and meaningful character development
What You’ll Do
Weekly Training Sessions! You’ll receive training and certifications in CPR, Babysitting, Counselor, Communication, and Leadership
Create and facilitate weekly Tikkun Olam Projects
Assist with planning Maccabi programs and other camp activities
Participate in the overnight trips
Network and make connections with college students in the ASU SPARKS Program
Develop important life skills that go far beyond the classroom
College prep help
Engage in cultural conversation with numerous guest speakers
Questions? email email@example.com.
L.I.T. participants, while learning and accepting new leadership roles, are still campers in Rimon Gadol.
This program gives high school age kids in grades 10, 11 and 12 an opportunity to begin the path towards becoming future staff and counselors for our camp.
L.I.T. will demonstrate practical experience in working with kids, but will never serve as sole supervisors of kids, and must be accompanied by a trained counselor when helping with a program.