Counselor In Training I
This is the first step on the journey to becoming a camp counselor. Start your first week with the same training our camp counselors go through - learn child development, program planning and how to be a good mentor to young girls. During the second week, you will have the chance to assist counselors in a unit, singing songs, and playing games. You will even have a chance to assist in the program area of your choice.
16 days Tier A: $450 Tier B: $400 Tier C: $350
Sessions 1, 2, & Mini Session 1: May 31 – June 5, June 7 – 12, June 14 -17
Counselor In Training II
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. You will also gain 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.
22 days Tier A: $500 Tier B: $450 Tier C: $400
Sessions 3, 4, 5 & Mini Session 2: June 21 – 26, June 28 – July 3, July 5 – 8, July 12 – 17
It is now time to put your training into action to see the difference you make being a mentor to a child! Work alongside the counselors in a unit, help 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 smoothly and see exactly what the Camp Director does. Along the way, you will develop your own special vision of a perfect camp while you gain the skills to turn your vision into a reality.
22 days Tier A: $400 Tier B: $350 Tier C: $300
Sessions 4, 5, 6, & Mini Session 2: June 28 – July 3, July 5 – 8, July 12 – 17, July 19 - 24
Wrangler In Training I
The Wrangler Program is an opportunity for experienced girls to help with and learn our riding program. Provide leadership to our younger campers in the riding program as you help groom, saddle and help with other daily barn chores. Assist the barn staff with ground school, arena lessons and trail riding. You will have a busy schedule but will also have time to improve your own horse skills with specialized lessons. Take an overnight or plan a special event for the younger riding campers.
Prerequisite: Completion of “Rancheras” or equivalent riding experience. Separate application required. Campers will return home between sessions, unless there is a weekend program and then they have the option to stay and help.
16 days Tier A: $500 Tier B: $450 Tier C: $400
Session 1: May 31 – June 5 & Session 2: June 7 - 12 & Mini Session 1: June 14 - 17
Wrangler In Training II
Take your training to the next level. Take the lead on teaching grooming, saddling and other barn chores to younger campers. Lead ground school, arena lessons and trail riding. This will help you prepare to be riding staff in the future. Although your schedule will be busy, you will still have time to work on your leadership skills with our CIT program participants and have a little fun in other activities.
Prerequisite: Completion of WIT I or equivalent riding experience. Separate application required. Campers will return home between sessions, unless there is a weekend program and then they have the option to stay and help.
22 days Tier A: $550 Tier B: $500 Tier C: $450
Session 3: June 21 -26 & Session 4: June 28 - July 3 & Mini Sesison 2: July 5 - 8 & Sesison 5: July 12 - 17
Advanced Wrangler In Training
This final step puts all your training and leadership skills to the test. You will be assigned a unit in our horse program, working alongside our counselors and riding staff. Take the lead with planning and teaching younger campers in all aspects of camp, but primarily focusing on our riding program. This 4-program will give you a feel of what it is like to be a counselor, without the full time commitment. Help with all camp programs and plan a mounted flag ceremony.
Prerequisite: Completion of WIT II or equivalent riding experience. Separate application required. Campers will return home between sessions, unless there is a weekend program and then they have the option to stay and help.
22 days Tier A: $450 Tier B: $400 Tier C: $350
Session 4: June 28 – July 3 & Mini Session 2: July 5 - 8 & Session 5: July 12 - 17 & Session 6: July 19 - 24