Counselors-In-Training (CIT) (Entering Grades 8 – 10)
Counselors-in-Training or “CITs” are participants entering grades 8-10 or up to age 15 who are looking for leadership experience or who may want to apply for a job at the Y in the future (must be 16 years of age to apply for a position at the Y). Counselors-in-Training will learn the specific skills needed for working with kids and co-workers through hands-on experiences in our YNavigator and Tween Extreme camps. CITs help us better serve our younger campers by reading to them, preparing snacks, assisting with cleaning, and learning to plan and lead games, songs, and activities. Please note that completing the CIT Program does not guarantee future employment with the Northfield Y.
Objectives of the CIT Program
- To learn more about the specific skills needed for successfully working with children.
- To learn more about professionalism by completing mock interviews, going through the review of the application process, dressing for the job, and working with others.
For questions related to Y Day Camps or CIT programs, please contact Alison Haider, Program Director, at 507-645-0088 or email@example.com
At the Y, we are determined to devote our full strength and concentrated attention to strengthening the community. In order to do so, we believe that everyone should have access to our facilities, along with the programs and services that help us learn, grow and thrive. To apply for financial support for our summer camp programs please visit our scholarship page.