- what to expect -

Counselor-In-Training

CIT's or Counselors-In-Training are a vital part of the camp program. They are there to assist the Counselor supervise campers during the day and night and take part in all camper related activities as well as being trained to operate various program functions such as the climbing wall, swimming, running the zip line, facilitating paintball, and other tasks. CIT and Counselors also help to create and lead Camper Clubs, be ready to lead cabin Bible studies, and a ton of other awesome camp activities!

Applying to be a CIT is open to anyone who has completed 10th grade by the start of Summer!

- staff quotes -

Working as a CIT

Over the summer God taught me that He isn’t scared of my doubt.

PoweradeCrew ('17), CIT ('18-'19)
Powerade – CIT

YES WORK AT CAMP. It changed my life and it will change yours too! Have an open mind, love people and seek God every single day! It’s so fun but so challenging and you get to face the challenges with some of the coolest people ever. Plus you can like sing fun songs, teach kids about Jesus and just form super positive relationships.

GoldilocksCrew ('16), CIT ('17-'18), Counselor ('19)
Goldilocks – CIT

I really gained the hunger for the gospel at camp. Spiritual hunger that is, not normal hunger. I ain't eaten no Bibles! Plus the way God brings people together at camp is amazing! Normally my life would have kept going without meeting any of the staff. But God brought every single one of us to camp with the purpose of serving Him together.

ToesterCIT ('18 - '19)
Toester – CIT

During the summer God taught me the He is real no matter how I felt and that He always stays the same.

CannoliCrew ('18), CIT ('19)
Cannoli – CIT

This summer God taught me that He wants me to rely on Him for every need.

Corn DawgCIT ('19)
Corn Dawg

God taught me this summer to listen to Him when He calls me to do something.

ChackaCrew ('17), Program ('18), CIT ('19)
Chacka – CIT