The Leader-In-Training (LIT) in-person program is a two-week leadership experience that provides opportunities for participants to focus on cooperative learning, leadership, and advanced development of coaching and instruction skills.
Through peer-to-peer feedback, game-based skill development, and opportunities to lead younger camper groups, LITs become more well-rounded leaders and excellent candidates for future Camp Counsellor roles. With the help of their facilitators, LITs seek out opportunities to apply their skills in volunteer roles at camp, or in their communities.
The typical day for this camp runs from 8:30am - 5:00pm. LITs can expect to take part in engaging workshops, sporting games, and activity planning. The last period of the day is designated towards leadership skill applications achieved through the facilitation of an activity for a younger camper group.
This Summer, the program also features a one-day First Aid and CPR training course that happens during camp-hours and an additional mandatory one-day online component to be completed at the LITs own time. Completing both components will certify the LIT in First Aid and CPR Level-C.
Leader-in-Training runs in two- and four-week sessions throughout July and August
- 9-day sessions: $480 (in 2021)
- 10-day sessions: $530 (in 2021)
Registration closes three (3) business days before the start of a session, OR when that program is full.
Please note that policies related to our program, “last minute” registration, transfers, refunds, and dismissal can be found on our Registration Policies page.
All campers 14 - 17 years old (as of December 31)