Jr. CIT & CIT Programs
Orientation: Wednesday, September 19th @ 3:30pm
JUNIOR COUNSELOR-IN-TRAINING PROGRAM
Jr. Counselor in Training (Jr.CIT) Program is designed for those members who are 12 by July 1, 2012, and who are interested in learning more about our CIT program. This program is designed to introduce participants to leadership, conflict resolution, child development, and group dynamics. Successful completion of the program and positive evaluation could lead to an invitation to be a CIT when the participant turns 13 yrs old. All potential applicants must complete an application and parental consent form in order to determine suitability for the program. Applications will be reviewed and an interview scheduled to determine if applicant possesses the necessary skills to be a Jr.CIT. All participants must be members of the Boys & Girls Club. Membership is $40/per year.
Counselor-In-Training (CIT) Program is designed for members who turn 13 by July 1, 2012, and who are interested in becoming better leaders..
This program covers a curriculum that includes such topics as leadership, conflict resolution, child development and group dynamics that leads to the making of a successful Boys & Girls Club Counselor, and a better leader. All CIT's applicants should be interested in, working with children, possess maturity, flexibility, a strong work ethic and the ability to have fun. CITs will be evaluated by the Club Staff at the end of their session. Successful completion of the program and positive evaluations could lead to the participant being invited back the following season to interview for a staff position (must be going into 10th grade to be considered.) All potential applicants must complete a CIT Application in order to determine suitability for the program. All participants must be members of the Boys & Girls Club. Membership is $40/per year.
Wednesday, September 26th @ 3:30pm
Money Matters promotes financial responsibility and independence among Club members ages 13 to 18. Participants learn how to manage a checking account, create a budget, save and invest, start small businesses and pay for college.