Please look at the bottom of the page for additional application steps for the Leadership Development Programs (LDP)
(L1 or LDP1) - Hard Skill Training
Minimum Age: 15 (as of January 1st)
Rate: $3300+ tax
Dates: July LDP1 - July 1 to 27 OR August LDP1 - July 29 to August 24
The Leadership 1 program focuses on candidates who are the minimum of 15 as of January 1st of the current camping season. The four week experience challenges participants in all aspects of outdoor adventure. The month revolves around candidates working toward their certificate levels in swimming (Bronze Cross/Medallion) sailing (White Sail/Bronze Levels), lakewater canoeing (ORCKA equivalents), First Aid and CPR (taught through the Red Cross). A big draw to the one-month program is the legendary 6-7 night excursion to Temagami, where participants are challenged on a canoe trip exceeding 100 km. The program builds character, self esteem, and provides a memorable month kids will take with them forever. This program may be eligible for a secondary school credit depending on the size of the program - more details will follow in January. This program could lead candidates to be qualified for the LDP2 program in 2018.
(L2 or LDP2) - Leader in Training
Minimum Age: 16 (as of January 1st)
Rate: $3140+ tax
Dates: July LDP2 - July 1 to 27 OR August LDP2 - July 29 to August 24
The Leadership 2 program focuses on candidates who are a minimum age of 16 as of January 1st of the current camping season. This program promotes the ideals of leadership in life, challenging candidates to have a positive impact within both the camp and community. Throughout the month, candidates work together within the L2 group as well as divided throughout the camp and community. Leadership sessions are prepared and presented by the Leadership department, and senior camp staff. The program also includes a short term live-out cabin placement, obtaining their NLS (National Lifeguard Service), a short term interest session placement, and various programming challenges and problem solving skills to identify and overcome. This program may be eligible for a secondary school credit depending on the size of the program - more details will follow in January.
Your family will log in following our traditional procedures to apply, see link at the bottom of this webpage, however our Leadership Programs have some extra steps.
When entering the on-line application, parent/guardians will use their email as the account log in. Within this application, you will request the programs and choose additional items such as bus, camp clothing, etc. Then you will head into the forms part of the application. Within that area, there is a basic LDP form for both programs and a medical form that needs to be completed by the parent/guardians.
This is where the processes for each year of leadership differ:
The final part for both years of leadership is the payment screen. Payment of a deposit must accompany the on-line application unless the family is applying for a campership/subsidy.
Leadership programs are not first-come/first-serve and are openly accepted for everyone until noon on December 18, 2017. After this time, all applications are reviewed by the camp director, and spaces are allotted accordingly. Placement is allotted based on camper interest, history at camp, and outside experience by the individual. Everyone is welcome to apply, as no factors outweigh others and all applications will be reviewed. After the deadline passes, placement will occur on a first come-first served based on suitability for the programs and IF space is available.
Here is the link to APPLY: https://couchiching.campbrainregistration.com/
LastUpdate: 2017-12-05 16:29:01
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