LEADERSHIP TRAINING - LIGHT
The youth of today are a force to be reckoned with. Their sense of passion and desire to build a better world is amazing to witness in action. Our leadership program offers great training in the basic skills of leadership and is useful for both volunteer experience on a resume as well as toward scholarship applications. Each participant will receive a reference letter at the conclusion of their program.
L.I.G.H.T. stands for - Leaders In Guided Hands On Training
We offer 4 levels of leadership training for those campers wanting to learn more about being a leader at camp.
SIT– level 1, Servant In Training, 3 weeks in July or August
LIT– level 2, Leader In Training, 2 weeks in July and August
SSIT– level 3, Summer Staff In Training, 2 weeks in July
Jr. Staff – Level 4, See page, 7 week in July/August
S.I.T. July - June 30 to July 20
L.I.T. July - June 30 to July 13
S.S.I.T. - July 14 to July 27
S.I.T. August - August 4 to August 24
L.I.T. August - August 4 to August 17
The LIGHT programs vary in length and are designed to equip today’s youth with the skills and abilities to share tomorrow’s hope with others. Participants will have many opportunities in a variety of leadership experiences and will be challenged in all areas of their lives. All three levels of the program consist of the following components: leadership training; service; and camp ministry. Upon completion of each of the three phases of the program, a reference letter may be written upon request for future employers, and a certificate will be presented.
Spiritual - the desire to grow spiritually and to know and follow Jesus Christ.
Mental/physical – self-motivated to learn, looking to improve and work with others. Stamina - to be at your best at all times.
Social - ready to commit to a team and work with others
SIT: Going into Grade 9 or 10
LIT: Going into Grade 10 or 11, helpful to have completed SIT
SSIT: Going into Grade 11 or 12, helpful to have completed SIT and LIT Jr. Staff: Going into Grade 12
(special exceptions are sometimes made at the discretion of the Camp Leadership)
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