2021 GSR Counselor-in-Training Session 3 (#590)

2021 GSR Counselor-in-Training Session 3 (#590)
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254 Griswold Lane
Gilmanton, NH 03837, US
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SESSION 3    Sunday, July 25 - Saturday, August 7

Scouts / Venturers aged 14 or 15

 Price - $250   Save $50 with an Adventure Card

What is it like to be on GSR Staff? If you have Scouts or Venturers who will be 14 or 15 this summer, consider sending them to be a part of the GSR CIT program! Choose from one of the four two-week sessions, however, we do not recommend they serve at the same time your Unit is at camp.

During their first week, participants will experience / assist / observe in ten different program areas across GSR as well as receive training in the evenings after dinner. In the CIT’s second week, they are assigned to one specific area where he / she will ‘practice teach’ and see whether becoming a future Staff member is right for them! (Remember: It’s not necessarily a bad thing if the CIT experience is frustrating!)

Detailed information on arrival, pre-camp training, and other relevant information will be sent to participants in late Spring before the start of the summer season.

Please note: GSR does not offer weekend accommodations for CIT's. All participants must be picked up by 10:00 am on Saturday at the end of the first week and return the next day.

$250.00 per Participant
Cancellation Policy
Deposits are non-refundable. The balance of a registration fee will be refunded after August 31, 2021 provided one of the following conditions is met: (1) The Daniel Webster Council Program Department is notified in writing of a camper cancellation at least two weeks prior to scheduled arrival; (2) In cases of injury or illness within two weeks of scheduled arrival, a letter from a healthcare provider (MD, DO, PA, or nurse practitioner) is provided with the refund request. This includes campers and leaders who contract Covid, are asked to self-isolate or quarantine or are refused entry to camp because they did not pass the arrival screening. The only exception is in the unlikely event the Daniel Webster Council closes the camp in in its entirety for a public health emergency, municipal declaration, or necessary business decision.