For young people between the ages of 15 and 16.
Turn your child into a true leader through our camp counselor training program!
CIT: Counselor In Training is an active camper between the ages of 15 and 16 who wants to prepare to be a leader, develop new skills in specialized activities, acting as a camp counselor, assisted by an experienced counselor.
CIT REPRESENTS A CHALLENGE FOR OUR CAMPERS
HOW IS THE CIT PROGRAM?
Guaikinima training team and the most experienced counselors are the ones who train our CTIs in each area of what it means to be a camp counselor, in addition to promoting Guaikinima’s philosophy. Some of its benefits:
- It promotes independence and maturity for a demanding and competitive new stage.
- It provides communication and problem-solving skills for future challenges (college and work).
- Encourage lifelong friendships, experience and leadership.
- It awards a "Trust, communication, and teamwork" certificate to attach to their resume.
To participate, you must be between 15 and 16 years old, have a passion for personal growth, be willing to go to the next level of adventure and be part of a new group of friends. Note: CIT is awarded 15% off the regular camp price. ⇒ Click Here for Prices!!!
Guaikinima is a perfect space for Digital Detox!!! It is therefore not allowed to bring any electronic devices. If Campers bring cell phones we will keep them and return them on the last day of camp.
Yes, CITs have a 15% discount on the full price and can register on any date and keep their discount.
They do the regular activities of the camp; Wakeboard, Water Ski, Ropes, Paintball, Survival, etc., but are trained in each of the activities at greater depth. They support other guides in the cabin order and are assigned special activities. They also receive teamwork training and leadership and are invited to guide meetings during the season.
Yes, we receive 17-year-old campers who want to do the CIT program.
The CIT has its own cabin with campers aged 15 and 16 and 2 counselor per cabin. There is a cabin for female CITs and another for male CITs, and they do the activities together.