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21 Aug
August 21 Southern Saratoga YMCA, 1 Wall Street, Clifton Park, United States + Google Map $185 - $205
Leaders-in-Training (LIT) Program Grade 9 (same price as Day Camp) Our program helps LITs to identify the characteristics of leadership and develop those characteristics in themselves. LITs focus on personal development, goal setting and teamwork. LITs get to know each other through team building and group morale activities. The curriculum focuses on personal development as a leader in camp, school, and the community.
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21 Aug
August 21 Southern Saratoga YMCA, 1 Wall Street, Clifton Park, United States + Google Map $85 - $125
Counselor-in-Training (CIT) Program Grade 10 Our program helps CITs to learn job skills and identify the characteristics of a good counselor and to develop those characteristics in themselves. CITs attend child care related trainings that will help them learn and understand things such as: behavior management skills, safety and awareness, how to lead games and activities, and how to be a positive role model. The CIT program is also designed to help CITs learn skills necessary to obtain and retain…
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28 Aug
August 28 Southern Saratoga YMCA, 1 Wall Street, Clifton Park, United States + Google Map $185 - $205
Leaders-in-Training (LIT) Program Grade 9 (same price as Day Camp) Our program helps LITs to identify the characteristics of leadership and develop those characteristics in themselves. LITs focus on personal development, goal setting and teamwork. LITs get to know each other through team building and group morale activities. The curriculum focuses on personal development as a leader in camp, school, and the community.
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28 Aug
August 28 Southern Saratoga YMCA, 1 Wall Street, Clifton Park, United States + Google Map $85 - $125
Counselor-in-Training (CIT) Program Grade 10 Our program helps CITs to learn job skills and identify the characteristics of a good counselor and to develop those characteristics in themselves. CITs attend child care related trainings that will help them learn and understand things such as: behavior management skills, safety and awareness, how to lead games and activities, and how to be a positive role model. The CIT program is also designed to help CITs learn skills necessary to obtain and retain…
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