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Camp session: Leader-In-Training (Camp Muskoka)

Leader-In-Training


By: Camp Muskoka  
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Camp Muskoka


Program and Sessions Details:

  • Overnight Camp
  • Age 14 - 16 (Coed)
  • Specialized in CIT/LIT Program, offers 35 activities
  • 4 session dates to choose from
  • Cost starting from $2,695
  • Busing available
  • Special needs support not available


Contact:

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1745 Fraserburg Road, Bracebridge, Ontario, P1L 1X3


Camp Muskoka’s Leadership Camp is offered to campers age 14-16 and is fully integrated into our traditional Summer Camp experience. Our 2 week Leadership Camps are specifically designed to empower our campers and unlock their potential to become leaders. Our supportive environment lets participants share their aspirations, further develop their strengths, face new challenges, and build courage and confidence.

ACTIVITIES

Campers enrolled in the L.I.T. program will participate in leadership centered activities daily, as well as having the opportunity to participate in the camp-wide “Choice Activity” program periods. This format allows leadership campers to create a wonderful balance between traditional summer camp fun and personal development. Included in our leadership camp, the L.I.T. campers will experience Camp Muskoka’s Canopy Aerial Park. This ‘challenge-by-choice’ activity is a great way to strengthen communication skills while pushing personal boundaries in a safe controlled environment. Other favourite traditions include an exciting overnight camp-out, a movie night at the local theatre, and a legacy project. These experiences create bonds, help campers embrace challenges and learn the value of teamwork while giving them a first-hand opportunity to exercise their new leadership skills!

SOME EXTRA FUN

Our Leadership Campers will get to participate in a few extra fun activities during their stay at Camp Muskoka. These experiences create bonds, help campers embrace challenges and learn the value of teamwork and group dynamics while giving them a first-hand opportunity to exercise their new leadership skills!

Counsellor Shadowing:

Included in our leadership camps, campers will experience the life of a Counsellor. This challenge-by-choice activity is a great way to better understand how to care for campers, the daily planning and supervision of how camp works.  L.I.T. campers assist on camper arrival days, shadow the camper incoming process, shadow Program Heads and Camper Coordinators - all to inspire leadship and potential opportunities to work at Camp Muskoka as a Counsellor, Program Head, or other positions available.

Camp Wide Activity Planning:

Our L.I.T. program also offers these campers an opportunity to create, plan, and run a camp wide activity for all campers!  What a great way to work as a cohesive team, use communication, brain storming, planning, and putting thoughts into action!

LIT ACCOMODATIONS

Campers in our L.I.T. program stay in their own community within Camp Muskoka known as Leadership Village. During their stay, campers reside in large tents, raised on canopy-covered platforms, equipped with comfortable bunk beds and their own washroom and shower facility.

CORE VALUES

Camp Muskoka’s L.I.T. program focuses on the development of a variety of Life Skills that we believe to be the cornerstones of a responsible contributor to society. In addition to promoting Camp Muskoka’s core values of Respect, Honesty and Accountability, the following are some of the many attributes taught through our Leadership Program:

BE A POSITIVE ROLE MODEL:
If you are going to be a leader, be a good leader! Younger campers look to you for guidance and will mimic your behavior. At camp, we often call this ‘PDP’ or Pass Down Principle.

BE CARING:
To lead people, you must show respect for them. Leadership is about who you are and how you treat people, not what you know. People don’t care about how much you know until you show how much you care.

USE ACTIVE LISTENING:
Letting someone be heard and allowing them to vent is often the best way to resolve a problem. Try to let them work out a solution themselves while keeping them on track.

BE PREPARED AND ORGANIZED:
It is difficult to get somewhere you’ve never been without a map. By planning, making lists, and then following a set course you will be more likely to achieve the set goal. But remember, success does not come without adjustments. Always expect the unexpected.

BE GRACIOUS:
Thanks or acknowledgement of one’s contribution should be given both publically and privately by a leader who appreciates everyone’s efforts.

BE ATTENTIVE:
By staying attentive, strong leaders can observe and resolve potential conflicting issues before they become major problems.

BE ACCOUNTABLE:
A good leader is able to accept responsibility for both the good and the bad.

MAINTAIN POSITIVE RELATIONSHIPS:
Leaders do not dictate directions and sit back and watch others do what has been told to them. A good leader participates instead of watching from the sidelines. Leadership is not something that you do to people it is something that you do with people.

As leadership campers gain experience they are encouraged to become more involved in mentoring some of our younger campers through our in-camp placements, all the while being supervised by our trained leadership team. The experiences gained through our leadership programs will assist our youth in refining life skills, making them great contributors to society and ideal prospects for future counselor positions. At Camp Muskoka we work towards recognizing campers, not for competitive activity, but for the personal achievement of goals and the development of leadership qualities. Leadership campers will be required to complete a questionnaire prior to their arrival. L.I.T.s should be enthusiastic, creative, and eager to learn.




Session Dates and Locations:

Jul 04 - 17, 2021
Bracebridge, ON
1745 Fraserburg Road

56 campers
$2,695
2021-07-042695
Jul 18 - 31, 2021
Bracebridge, ON
1745 Fraserburg Road

56 campers
$2,695
2021-07-182695
Aug 01 - 14, 2021
Bracebridge, ON
1745 Fraserburg Road

56 campers
$2,695
2021-08-012695
Aug 15 - 21, 2021
Bracebridge, ON
1745 Fraserburg Road

56 campers
$2,695
2021-08-152695


Activities:

Recreational       Instructional       Intense or Competitive

Archery
Arts & Crafts
Ballet
Canoeing
Cheer
Drawing
Fantasy/superhero
Fishing
Guitar
Hiking
Horseback Riding/Equestrian
Instructor lead (group)
Instructor lead (one on one)
Jam Camp
Jazz
Kayaking/Sea Kayaking
Leadership training
Mountain Biking
Music Recording
Paintball
Painting
Photo/Video
Piano
Public Speaking/Debate
Rock Climbing
Rope courses
Soccer
Swimming
Trampoline
Vocal training / singing
Volleyball
Wilderness Out-tripping
Yoga
Zip Line
Recreational       Instructional       Intense or Competitive




Busing:

Location Address Pick up Drop off
Weekly Shuttle To Camp Muskoka from Vaughan - SUNDAYS
To Camp MuskokaSW corner of Hwy 7 & 400 - MTO Carpool Lot2:00 pm4:00 pm
To Camp MuskokaSW corner of Hwy 7 & 400 - MTO Carpool Lot2:00 pm4:00 pm
To Camp MuskokaSW corner of Hwy 7 & 400 - MTO Carpool Lot2:00 pm4:00 pm
To Camp MuskokaSW corner of Hwy 7 & 400 - MTO Carpool Lot2:00 pm4:00 pm
Weekly Shuttle From Camp Muskoka to Vaughn - SATURDAYS
From Camp MuskokaSW corner of Hwy 7 & 400 - MTO Carpool Lot1:00 pm3:00 pm
From Camp MuskokaSW corner of Hwy 7 & 400 - MTO Carpool Lot1:00 pm3:00 pm
From Camp MuskokaSW corner of Hwy 7 & 400 - MTO Carpool Lot1:00 pm3:00 pm
From Camp MuskokaSW corner of Hwy 7 & 400 - MTO Carpool Lot1:00 pm3:00 pm


Designed to empower youth and unlock their potential to become confident leaders.

 

 
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