After graduation, involvement with Satori Camp does not have to stop; former campers can stay involved with the camp through our CIT program. CITs are instrumental in the smooth running of the camp as they provide assistance to counselors, instructors and other camp staff by performing a wide variety of administrative and leadership tasks. This sort of involvement isn’t without its rewards; not only is this an excellent leadership experience that will serve participants well, but room and board fees are also waived for CITs.
Not everyone can apply to be a CIT, however. To qualify, you must have at least two years of experience as a camper at Satori Camp, you must be at least 18 years old, and you must have spent at least two summers away from the camp since your last year as a camper. Also, successful applicants must be able to arrive a day early to assist in the set-up of the camp.
All interested applicants should write a one-page essay detailing what strengths they would bring to the camp as well as what suggestions they have for improving the overall camp experience for others. Applications will be ranked in order received and by the quality and thoughtfulness of the essay.
Application deadline is June 30, 2017 (although due to a limited number of positions, the earlier, the better).
The transition from camper to counselor is often a challenging one. If you’re up to the challenge, then apply today!