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Thursday July 9, 2020
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Counselor-in-Training Summer 2020 - C.I.T Program All 9 Weeks
What is the C.I.T. program?Canton Parks and Recreation Department is seeking responsible, outgoing, 14-17 year olds interested in working with children in a fun, fast paced, outdoor setting during the summer. C.I.T.’s (Counselors in Training) will assist camp counselors with planning and leading activities, supervising campers both on site and on field trips and other duties as needed. There will also be weekly “Leadership Workshops” to help C.I.T.’s develop leadership skills and team building!Benefits of becoming a C.I.T.Being a C.I.T. is extremely rewarding and is a great resume builder for college. Also, top performing C.I.T.’s will be given preferential consideration during the hiring process when they are eligible to apply for a paid position and openings exist.Application ProcessInterested individuals are required to complete an application form and attach a reference letter from a non-family member (teacher, coach, etc). Applications will be accepted starting January 27, 2020. Application materials must be dropped off to the Parks and Recreation Office by no later than April 24, 2020 to be considered. Candidates will be contacted for interviews on a rolling basis. There are a limited number of C.I.T.’s that will be admitted into the summer 2020 program so do not wait to apply.AdmissionAfter completing an interview, successful candidates will receive an acceptance letter into the C.I.T. program.Candidates must then submit $65.00 per week- a minimum of 3 weeks is required in order to qualify as a candidate.Upon acceptance, if you are interested in doing the entire summer, all 9 weeks of camp, the price will be $520 (one week for free)!
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Counselor-in-Training Summer 2020 - C.I.T Program Week 3
What is the C.I.T. program?Canton Parks and Recreation Department is seeking responsible, outgoing, 14-17 year olds interested in working with children in a fun, fast paced, outdoor setting during the summer. C.I.T.’s (Counselors in Training) will assist camp counselors with planning and leading activities, supervising campers both on site and on field trips and other duties as needed. There will also be weekly “Leadership Workshops” to help C.I.T.’s develop leadership skills and team building!Benefits of becoming a C.I.T.Being a C.I.T. is extremely rewarding and is a great resume builder for college. Also, top performing C.I.T.’s will be given preferential consideration during the hiring process when they are eligible to apply for a paid position and openings exist.Application ProcessInterested individuals are required to complete an application form and attach a reference letter from a non-family member (teacher, coach, etc). Applications will be accepted starting January 27, 2020. Application materials must be dropped off to the Parks and Recreation Office by no later than April 24, 2020 to be considered. Candidates will be contacted for interviews on a rolling basis. There are a limited number of C.I.T.’s that will be admitted into the summer 2020 program so do not wait to apply.AdmissionAfter completing an interview, successful candidates will receive an acceptance letter into the C.I.T. program.Candidates must then submit $65.00 per week- a minimum of 3 weeks is required in order to qualify as a candidate.Upon acceptance, if you are interested in doing the entire summer, all 9 weeks of camp, the price will be $520 (one week for free)!
 
Friday July 10, 2020
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Counselor-in-Training Summer 2020 - C.I.T Program All 9 Weeks
What is the C.I.T. program?Canton Parks and Recreation Department is seeking responsible, outgoing, 14-17 year olds interested in working with children in a fun, fast paced, outdoor setting during the summer. C.I.T.’s (Counselors in Training) will assist camp counselors with planning and leading activities, supervising campers both on site and on field trips and other duties as needed. There will also be weekly “Leadership Workshops” to help C.I.T.’s develop leadership skills and team building!Benefits of becoming a C.I.T.Being a C.I.T. is extremely rewarding and is a great resume builder for college. Also, top performing C.I.T.’s will be given preferential consideration during the hiring process when they are eligible to apply for a paid position and openings exist.Application ProcessInterested individuals are required to complete an application form and attach a reference letter from a non-family member (teacher, coach, etc). Applications will be accepted starting January 27, 2020. Application materials must be dropped off to the Parks and Recreation Office by no later than April 24, 2020 to be considered. Candidates will be contacted for interviews on a rolling basis. There are a limited number of C.I.T.’s that will be admitted into the summer 2020 program so do not wait to apply.AdmissionAfter completing an interview, successful candidates will receive an acceptance letter into the C.I.T. program.Candidates must then submit $65.00 per week- a minimum of 3 weeks is required in order to qualify as a candidate.Upon acceptance, if you are interested in doing the entire summer, all 9 weeks of camp, the price will be $520 (one week for free)!
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Counselor-in-Training Summer 2020 - C.I.T Program Week 3
What is the C.I.T. program?Canton Parks and Recreation Department is seeking responsible, outgoing, 14-17 year olds interested in working with children in a fun, fast paced, outdoor setting during the summer. C.I.T.’s (Counselors in Training) will assist camp counselors with planning and leading activities, supervising campers both on site and on field trips and other duties as needed. There will also be weekly “Leadership Workshops” to help C.I.T.’s develop leadership skills and team building!Benefits of becoming a C.I.T.Being a C.I.T. is extremely rewarding and is a great resume builder for college. Also, top performing C.I.T.’s will be given preferential consideration during the hiring process when they are eligible to apply for a paid position and openings exist.Application ProcessInterested individuals are required to complete an application form and attach a reference letter from a non-family member (teacher, coach, etc). Applications will be accepted starting January 27, 2020. Application materials must be dropped off to the Parks and Recreation Office by no later than April 24, 2020 to be considered. Candidates will be contacted for interviews on a rolling basis. There are a limited number of C.I.T.’s that will be admitted into the summer 2020 program so do not wait to apply.AdmissionAfter completing an interview, successful candidates will receive an acceptance letter into the C.I.T. program.Candidates must then submit $65.00 per week- a minimum of 3 weeks is required in order to qualify as a candidate.Upon acceptance, if you are interested in doing the entire summer, all 9 weeks of camp, the price will be $520 (one week for free)!
 
Monday July 13, 2020
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Counselor-in-Training Summer 2020 - C.I.T Program All 9 Weeks
What is the C.I.T. program?Canton Parks and Recreation Department is seeking responsible, outgoing, 14-17 year olds interested in working with children in a fun, fast paced, outdoor setting during the summer. C.I.T.’s (Counselors in Training) will assist camp counselors with planning and leading activities, supervising campers both on site and on field trips and other duties as needed. There will also be weekly “Leadership Workshops” to help C.I.T.’s develop leadership skills and team building!Benefits of becoming a C.I.T.Being a C.I.T. is extremely rewarding and is a great resume builder for college. Also, top performing C.I.T.’s will be given preferential consideration during the hiring process when they are eligible to apply for a paid position and openings exist.Application ProcessInterested individuals are required to complete an application form and attach a reference letter from a non-family member (teacher, coach, etc). Applications will be accepted starting January 27, 2020. Application materials must be dropped off to the Parks and Recreation Office by no later than April 24, 2020 to be considered. Candidates will be contacted for interviews on a rolling basis. There are a limited number of C.I.T.’s that will be admitted into the summer 2020 program so do not wait to apply.AdmissionAfter completing an interview, successful candidates will receive an acceptance letter into the C.I.T. program.Candidates must then submit $65.00 per week- a minimum of 3 weeks is required in order to qualify as a candidate.Upon acceptance, if you are interested in doing the entire summer, all 9 weeks of camp, the price will be $520 (one week for free)!
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Counselor-in-Training Summer 2020 - C.I.T Program Week 4
What is the C.I.T. program?Canton Parks and Recreation Department is seeking responsible, outgoing, 14-17 year olds interested in working with children in a fun, fast paced, outdoor setting during the summer. C.I.T.’s (Counselors in Training) will assist camp counselors with planning and leading activities, supervising campers both on site and on field trips and other duties as needed. There will also be weekly “Leadership Workshops” to help C.I.T.’s develop leadership skills and team building!Benefits of becoming a C.I.T.Being a C.I.T. is extremely rewarding and is a great resume builder for college. Also, top performing C.I.T.’s will be given preferential consideration during the hiring process when they are eligible to apply for a paid position and openings exist.Application ProcessInterested individuals are required to complete an application form and attach a reference letter from a non-family member (teacher, coach, etc). Applications will be accepted starting January 27, 2020. Application materials must be dropped off to the Parks and Recreation Office by no later than April 24, 2020 to be considered. Candidates will be contacted for interviews on a rolling basis. There are a limited number of C.I.T.’s that will be admitted into the summer 2020 program so do not wait to apply.AdmissionAfter completing an interview, successful candidates will receive an acceptance letter into the C.I.T. program.Candidates must then submit $65.00 per week- a minimum of 3 weeks is required in order to qualify as a candidate.Upon acceptance, if you are interested in doing the entire summer, all 9 weeks of camp, the price will be $520 (one week for free)!
 
Tuesday July 14, 2020
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Counselor-in-Training Summer 2020 - C.I.T Program All 9 Weeks
What is the C.I.T. program?Canton Parks and Recreation Department is seeking responsible, outgoing, 14-17 year olds interested in working with children in a fun, fast paced, outdoor setting during the summer. C.I.T.’s (Counselors in Training) will assist camp counselors with planning and leading activities, supervising campers both on site and on field trips and other duties as needed. There will also be weekly “Leadership Workshops” to help C.I.T.’s develop leadership skills and team building!Benefits of becoming a C.I.T.Being a C.I.T. is extremely rewarding and is a great resume builder for college. Also, top performing C.I.T.’s will be given preferential consideration during the hiring process when they are eligible to apply for a paid position and openings exist.Application ProcessInterested individuals are required to complete an application form and attach a reference letter from a non-family member (teacher, coach, etc). Applications will be accepted starting January 27, 2020. Application materials must be dropped off to the Parks and Recreation Office by no later than April 24, 2020 to be considered. Candidates will be contacted for interviews on a rolling basis. There are a limited number of C.I.T.’s that will be admitted into the summer 2020 program so do not wait to apply.AdmissionAfter completing an interview, successful candidates will receive an acceptance letter into the C.I.T. program.Candidates must then submit $65.00 per week- a minimum of 3 weeks is required in order to qualify as a candidate.Upon acceptance, if you are interested in doing the entire summer, all 9 weeks of camp, the price will be $520 (one week for free)!
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Counselor-in-Training Summer 2020 - C.I.T Program Week 4
What is the C.I.T. program?Canton Parks and Recreation Department is seeking responsible, outgoing, 14-17 year olds interested in working with children in a fun, fast paced, outdoor setting during the summer. C.I.T.’s (Counselors in Training) will assist camp counselors with planning and leading activities, supervising campers both on site and on field trips and other duties as needed. There will also be weekly “Leadership Workshops” to help C.I.T.’s develop leadership skills and team building!Benefits of becoming a C.I.T.Being a C.I.T. is extremely rewarding and is a great resume builder for college. Also, top performing C.I.T.’s will be given preferential consideration during the hiring process when they are eligible to apply for a paid position and openings exist.Application ProcessInterested individuals are required to complete an application form and attach a reference letter from a non-family member (teacher, coach, etc). Applications will be accepted starting January 27, 2020. Application materials must be dropped off to the Parks and Recreation Office by no later than April 24, 2020 to be considered. Candidates will be contacted for interviews on a rolling basis. There are a limited number of C.I.T.’s that will be admitted into the summer 2020 program so do not wait to apply.AdmissionAfter completing an interview, successful candidates will receive an acceptance letter into the C.I.T. program.Candidates must then submit $65.00 per week- a minimum of 3 weeks is required in order to qualify as a candidate.Upon acceptance, if you are interested in doing the entire summer, all 9 weeks of camp, the price will be $520 (one week for free)!
 
Wednesday July 15, 2020
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Counselor-in-Training Summer 2020 - C.I.T Program All 9 Weeks
What is the C.I.T. program?Canton Parks and Recreation Department is seeking responsible, outgoing, 14-17 year olds interested in working with children in a fun, fast paced, outdoor setting during the summer. C.I.T.’s (Counselors in Training) will assist camp counselors with planning and leading activities, supervising campers both on site and on field trips and other duties as needed. There will also be weekly “Leadership Workshops” to help C.I.T.’s develop leadership skills and team building!Benefits of becoming a C.I.T.Being a C.I.T. is extremely rewarding and is a great resume builder for college. Also, top performing C.I.T.’s will be given preferential consideration during the hiring process when they are eligible to apply for a paid position and openings exist.Application ProcessInterested individuals are required to complete an application form and attach a reference letter from a non-family member (teacher, coach, etc). Applications will be accepted starting January 27, 2020. Application materials must be dropped off to the Parks and Recreation Office by no later than April 24, 2020 to be considered. Candidates will be contacted for interviews on a rolling basis. There are a limited number of C.I.T.’s that will be admitted into the summer 2020 program so do not wait to apply.AdmissionAfter completing an interview, successful candidates will receive an acceptance letter into the C.I.T. program.Candidates must then submit $65.00 per week- a minimum of 3 weeks is required in order to qualify as a candidate.Upon acceptance, if you are interested in doing the entire summer, all 9 weeks of camp, the price will be $520 (one week for free)!
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Counselor-in-Training Summer 2020 - C.I.T Program Week 4
What is the C.I.T. program?Canton Parks and Recreation Department is seeking responsible, outgoing, 14-17 year olds interested in working with children in a fun, fast paced, outdoor setting during the summer. C.I.T.’s (Counselors in Training) will assist camp counselors with planning and leading activities, supervising campers both on site and on field trips and other duties as needed. There will also be weekly “Leadership Workshops” to help C.I.T.’s develop leadership skills and team building!Benefits of becoming a C.I.T.Being a C.I.T. is extremely rewarding and is a great resume builder for college. Also, top performing C.I.T.’s will be given preferential consideration during the hiring process when they are eligible to apply for a paid position and openings exist.Application ProcessInterested individuals are required to complete an application form and attach a reference letter from a non-family member (teacher, coach, etc). Applications will be accepted starting January 27, 2020. Application materials must be dropped off to the Parks and Recreation Office by no later than April 24, 2020 to be considered. Candidates will be contacted for interviews on a rolling basis. There are a limited number of C.I.T.’s that will be admitted into the summer 2020 program so do not wait to apply.AdmissionAfter completing an interview, successful candidates will receive an acceptance letter into the C.I.T. program.Candidates must then submit $65.00 per week- a minimum of 3 weeks is required in order to qualify as a candidate.Upon acceptance, if you are interested in doing the entire summer, all 9 weeks of camp, the price will be $520 (one week for free)!
 
Thursday July 16, 2020
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Counselor-in-Training Summer 2020 - C.I.T Program All 9 Weeks
What is the C.I.T. program?Canton Parks and Recreation Department is seeking responsible, outgoing, 14-17 year olds interested in working with children in a fun, fast paced, outdoor setting during the summer. C.I.T.’s (Counselors in Training) will assist camp counselors with planning and leading activities, supervising campers both on site and on field trips and other duties as needed. There will also be weekly “Leadership Workshops” to help C.I.T.’s develop leadership skills and team building!Benefits of becoming a C.I.T.Being a C.I.T. is extremely rewarding and is a great resume builder for college. Also, top performing C.I.T.’s will be given preferential consideration during the hiring process when they are eligible to apply for a paid position and openings exist.Application ProcessInterested individuals are required to complete an application form and attach a reference letter from a non-family member (teacher, coach, etc). Applications will be accepted starting January 27, 2020. Application materials must be dropped off to the Parks and Recreation Office by no later than April 24, 2020 to be considered. Candidates will be contacted for interviews on a rolling basis. There are a limited number of C.I.T.’s that will be admitted into the summer 2020 program so do not wait to apply.AdmissionAfter completing an interview, successful candidates will receive an acceptance letter into the C.I.T. program.Candidates must then submit $65.00 per week- a minimum of 3 weeks is required in order to qualify as a candidate.Upon acceptance, if you are interested in doing the entire summer, all 9 weeks of camp, the price will be $520 (one week for free)!
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Counselor-in-Training Summer 2020 - C.I.T Program Week 4
What is the C.I.T. program?Canton Parks and Recreation Department is seeking responsible, outgoing, 14-17 year olds interested in working with children in a fun, fast paced, outdoor setting during the summer. C.I.T.’s (Counselors in Training) will assist camp counselors with planning and leading activities, supervising campers both on site and on field trips and other duties as needed. There will also be weekly “Leadership Workshops” to help C.I.T.’s develop leadership skills and team building!Benefits of becoming a C.I.T.Being a C.I.T. is extremely rewarding and is a great resume builder for college. Also, top performing C.I.T.’s will be given preferential consideration during the hiring process when they are eligible to apply for a paid position and openings exist.Application ProcessInterested individuals are required to complete an application form and attach a reference letter from a non-family member (teacher, coach, etc). Applications will be accepted starting January 27, 2020. Application materials must be dropped off to the Parks and Recreation Office by no later than April 24, 2020 to be considered. Candidates will be contacted for interviews on a rolling basis. There are a limited number of C.I.T.’s that will be admitted into the summer 2020 program so do not wait to apply.AdmissionAfter completing an interview, successful candidates will receive an acceptance letter into the C.I.T. program.Candidates must then submit $65.00 per week- a minimum of 3 weeks is required in order to qualify as a candidate.Upon acceptance, if you are interested in doing the entire summer, all 9 weeks of camp, the price will be $520 (one week for free)!
 
Friday July 17, 2020
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Counselor-in-Training Summer 2020 - C.I.T Program All 9 Weeks
What is the C.I.T. program?Canton Parks and Recreation Department is seeking responsible, outgoing, 14-17 year olds interested in working with children in a fun, fast paced, outdoor setting during the summer. C.I.T.’s (Counselors in Training) will assist camp counselors with planning and leading activities, supervising campers both on site and on field trips and other duties as needed. There will also be weekly “Leadership Workshops” to help C.I.T.’s develop leadership skills and team building!Benefits of becoming a C.I.T.Being a C.I.T. is extremely rewarding and is a great resume builder for college. Also, top performing C.I.T.’s will be given preferential consideration during the hiring process when they are eligible to apply for a paid position and openings exist.Application ProcessInterested individuals are required to complete an application form and attach a reference letter from a non-family member (teacher, coach, etc). Applications will be accepted starting January 27, 2020. Application materials must be dropped off to the Parks and Recreation Office by no later than April 24, 2020 to be considered. Candidates will be contacted for interviews on a rolling basis. There are a limited number of C.I.T.’s that will be admitted into the summer 2020 program so do not wait to apply.AdmissionAfter completing an interview, successful candidates will receive an acceptance letter into the C.I.T. program.Candidates must then submit $65.00 per week- a minimum of 3 weeks is required in order to qualify as a candidate.Upon acceptance, if you are interested in doing the entire summer, all 9 weeks of camp, the price will be $520 (one week for free)!
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Counselor-in-Training Summer 2020 - C.I.T Program Week 4
What is the C.I.T. program?Canton Parks and Recreation Department is seeking responsible, outgoing, 14-17 year olds interested in working with children in a fun, fast paced, outdoor setting during the summer. C.I.T.’s (Counselors in Training) will assist camp counselors with planning and leading activities, supervising campers both on site and on field trips and other duties as needed. There will also be weekly “Leadership Workshops” to help C.I.T.’s develop leadership skills and team building!Benefits of becoming a C.I.T.Being a C.I.T. is extremely rewarding and is a great resume builder for college. Also, top performing C.I.T.’s will be given preferential consideration during the hiring process when they are eligible to apply for a paid position and openings exist.Application ProcessInterested individuals are required to complete an application form and attach a reference letter from a non-family member (teacher, coach, etc). Applications will be accepted starting January 27, 2020. Application materials must be dropped off to the Parks and Recreation Office by no later than April 24, 2020 to be considered. Candidates will be contacted for interviews on a rolling basis. There are a limited number of C.I.T.’s that will be admitted into the summer 2020 program so do not wait to apply.AdmissionAfter completing an interview, successful candidates will receive an acceptance letter into the C.I.T. program.Candidates must then submit $65.00 per week- a minimum of 3 weeks is required in order to qualify as a candidate.Upon acceptance, if you are interested in doing the entire summer, all 9 weeks of camp, the price will be $520 (one week for free)!
 
Monday July 20, 2020
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Counselor-in-Training Summer 2020 - C.I.T Program All 9 Weeks
What is the C.I.T. program?Canton Parks and Recreation Department is seeking responsible, outgoing, 14-17 year olds interested in working with children in a fun, fast paced, outdoor setting during the summer. C.I.T.’s (Counselors in Training) will assist camp counselors with planning and leading activities, supervising campers both on site and on field trips and other duties as needed. There will also be weekly “Leadership Workshops” to help C.I.T.’s develop leadership skills and team building!Benefits of becoming a C.I.T.Being a C.I.T. is extremely rewarding and is a great resume builder for college. Also, top performing C.I.T.’s will be given preferential consideration during the hiring process when they are eligible to apply for a paid position and openings exist.Application ProcessInterested individuals are required to complete an application form and attach a reference letter from a non-family member (teacher, coach, etc). Applications will be accepted starting January 27, 2020. Application materials must be dropped off to the Parks and Recreation Office by no later than April 24, 2020 to be considered. Candidates will be contacted for interviews on a rolling basis. There are a limited number of C.I.T.’s that will be admitted into the summer 2020 program so do not wait to apply.AdmissionAfter completing an interview, successful candidates will receive an acceptance letter into the C.I.T. program.Candidates must then submit $65.00 per week- a minimum of 3 weeks is required in order to qualify as a candidate.Upon acceptance, if you are interested in doing the entire summer, all 9 weeks of camp, the price will be $520 (one week for free)!
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Counselor-in-Training Summer 2020 - C.I.T Program Week 5
What is the C.I.T. program?Canton Parks and Recreation Department is seeking responsible, outgoing, 14-17 year olds interested in working with children in a fun, fast paced, outdoor setting during the summer. C.I.T.’s (Counselors in Training) will assist camp counselors with planning and leading activities, supervising campers both on site and on field trips and other duties as needed. There will also be weekly “Leadership Workshops” to help C.I.T.’s develop leadership skills and team building!Benefits of becoming a C.I.T.Being a C.I.T. is extremely rewarding and is a great resume builder for college. Also, top performing C.I.T.’s will be given preferential consideration during the hiring process when they are eligible to apply for a paid position and openings exist.Application ProcessInterested individuals are required to complete an application form and attach a reference letter from a non-family member (teacher, coach, etc). Applications will be accepted starting January 27, 2020. Application materials must be dropped off to the Parks and Recreation Office by no later than April 24, 2020 to be considered. Candidates will be contacted for interviews on a rolling basis. There are a limited number of C.I.T.’s that will be admitted into the summer 2020 program so do not wait to apply.AdmissionAfter completing an interview, successful candidates will receive an acceptance letter into the C.I.T. program.Candidates must then submit $65.00 per week- a minimum of 3 weeks is required in order to qualify as a candidate.Upon acceptance, if you are interested in doing the entire summer, all 9 weeks of camp, the price will be $520 (one week for free)!
 
Tuesday July 21, 2020
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Counselor-in-Training Summer 2020 - C.I.T Program All 9 Weeks
What is the C.I.T. program?Canton Parks and Recreation Department is seeking responsible, outgoing, 14-17 year olds interested in working with children in a fun, fast paced, outdoor setting during the summer. C.I.T.’s (Counselors in Training) will assist camp counselors with planning and leading activities, supervising campers both on site and on field trips and other duties as needed. There will also be weekly “Leadership Workshops” to help C.I.T.’s develop leadership skills and team building!Benefits of becoming a C.I.T.Being a C.I.T. is extremely rewarding and is a great resume builder for college. Also, top performing C.I.T.’s will be given preferential consideration during the hiring process when they are eligible to apply for a paid position and openings exist.Application ProcessInterested individuals are required to complete an application form and attach a reference letter from a non-family member (teacher, coach, etc). Applications will be accepted starting January 27, 2020. Application materials must be dropped off to the Parks and Recreation Office by no later than April 24, 2020 to be considered. Candidates will be contacted for interviews on a rolling basis. There are a limited number of C.I.T.’s that will be admitted into the summer 2020 program so do not wait to apply.AdmissionAfter completing an interview, successful candidates will receive an acceptance letter into the C.I.T. program.Candidates must then submit $65.00 per week- a minimum of 3 weeks is required in order to qualify as a candidate.Upon acceptance, if you are interested in doing the entire summer, all 9 weeks of camp, the price will be $520 (one week for free)!
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Counselor-in-Training Summer 2020 - C.I.T Program Week 5
What is the C.I.T. program?Canton Parks and Recreation Department is seeking responsible, outgoing, 14-17 year olds interested in working with children in a fun, fast paced, outdoor setting during the summer. C.I.T.’s (Counselors in Training) will assist camp counselors with planning and leading activities, supervising campers both on site and on field trips and other duties as needed. There will also be weekly “Leadership Workshops” to help C.I.T.’s develop leadership skills and team building!Benefits of becoming a C.I.T.Being a C.I.T. is extremely rewarding and is a great resume builder for college. Also, top performing C.I.T.’s will be given preferential consideration during the hiring process when they are eligible to apply for a paid position and openings exist.Application ProcessInterested individuals are required to complete an application form and attach a reference letter from a non-family member (teacher, coach, etc). Applications will be accepted starting January 27, 2020. Application materials must be dropped off to the Parks and Recreation Office by no later than April 24, 2020 to be considered. Candidates will be contacted for interviews on a rolling basis. There are a limited number of C.I.T.’s that will be admitted into the summer 2020 program so do not wait to apply.AdmissionAfter completing an interview, successful candidates will receive an acceptance letter into the C.I.T. program.Candidates must then submit $65.00 per week- a minimum of 3 weeks is required in order to qualify as a candidate.Upon acceptance, if you are interested in doing the entire summer, all 9 weeks of camp, the price will be $520 (one week for free)!
 
Wednesday July 22, 2020
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Counselor-in-Training Summer 2020 - C.I.T Program All 9 Weeks
What is the C.I.T. program?Canton Parks and Recreation Department is seeking responsible, outgoing, 14-17 year olds interested in working with children in a fun, fast paced, outdoor setting during the summer. C.I.T.’s (Counselors in Training) will assist camp counselors with planning and leading activities, supervising campers both on site and on field trips and other duties as needed. There will also be weekly “Leadership Workshops” to help C.I.T.’s develop leadership skills and team building!Benefits of becoming a C.I.T.Being a C.I.T. is extremely rewarding and is a great resume builder for college. Also, top performing C.I.T.’s will be given preferential consideration during the hiring process when they are eligible to apply for a paid position and openings exist.Application ProcessInterested individuals are required to complete an application form and attach a reference letter from a non-family member (teacher, coach, etc). Applications will be accepted starting January 27, 2020. Application materials must be dropped off to the Parks and Recreation Office by no later than April 24, 2020 to be considered. Candidates will be contacted for interviews on a rolling basis. There are a limited number of C.I.T.’s that will be admitted into the summer 2020 program so do not wait to apply.AdmissionAfter completing an interview, successful candidates will receive an acceptance letter into the C.I.T. program.Candidates must then submit $65.00 per week- a minimum of 3 weeks is required in order to qualify as a candidate.Upon acceptance, if you are interested in doing the entire summer, all 9 weeks of camp, the price will be $520 (one week for free)!
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Counselor-in-Training Summer 2020 - C.I.T Program Week 5
What is the C.I.T. program?Canton Parks and Recreation Department is seeking responsible, outgoing, 14-17 year olds interested in working with children in a fun, fast paced, outdoor setting during the summer. C.I.T.’s (Counselors in Training) will assist camp counselors with planning and leading activities, supervising campers both on site and on field trips and other duties as needed. There will also be weekly “Leadership Workshops” to help C.I.T.’s develop leadership skills and team building!Benefits of becoming a C.I.T.Being a C.I.T. is extremely rewarding and is a great resume builder for college. Also, top performing C.I.T.’s will be given preferential consideration during the hiring process when they are eligible to apply for a paid position and openings exist.Application ProcessInterested individuals are required to complete an application form and attach a reference letter from a non-family member (teacher, coach, etc). Applications will be accepted starting January 27, 2020. Application materials must be dropped off to the Parks and Recreation Office by no later than April 24, 2020 to be considered. Candidates will be contacted for interviews on a rolling basis. There are a limited number of C.I.T.’s that will be admitted into the summer 2020 program so do not wait to apply.AdmissionAfter completing an interview, successful candidates will receive an acceptance letter into the C.I.T. program.Candidates must then submit $65.00 per week- a minimum of 3 weeks is required in order to qualify as a candidate.Upon acceptance, if you are interested in doing the entire summer, all 9 weeks of camp, the price will be $520 (one week for free)!
 
Thursday July 23, 2020
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Counselor-in-Training Summer 2020 - C.I.T Program All 9 Weeks
What is the C.I.T. program?Canton Parks and Recreation Department is seeking responsible, outgoing, 14-17 year olds interested in working with children in a fun, fast paced, outdoor setting during the summer. C.I.T.’s (Counselors in Training) will assist camp counselors with planning and leading activities, supervising campers both on site and on field trips and other duties as needed. There will also be weekly “Leadership Workshops” to help C.I.T.’s develop leadership skills and team building!Benefits of becoming a C.I.T.Being a C.I.T. is extremely rewarding and is a great resume builder for college. Also, top performing C.I.T.’s will be given preferential consideration during the hiring process when they are eligible to apply for a paid position and openings exist.Application ProcessInterested individuals are required to complete an application form and attach a reference letter from a non-family member (teacher, coach, etc). Applications will be accepted starting January 27, 2020. Application materials must be dropped off to the Parks and Recreation Office by no later than April 24, 2020 to be considered. Candidates will be contacted for interviews on a rolling basis. There are a limited number of C.I.T.’s that will be admitted into the summer 2020 program so do not wait to apply.AdmissionAfter completing an interview, successful candidates will receive an acceptance letter into the C.I.T. program.Candidates must then submit $65.00 per week- a minimum of 3 weeks is required in order to qualify as a candidate.Upon acceptance, if you are interested in doing the entire summer, all 9 weeks of camp, the price will be $520 (one week for free)!
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Counselor-in-Training Summer 2020 - C.I.T Program Week 5
What is the C.I.T. program?Canton Parks and Recreation Department is seeking responsible, outgoing, 14-17 year olds interested in working with children in a fun, fast paced, outdoor setting during the summer. C.I.T.’s (Counselors in Training) will assist camp counselors with planning and leading activities, supervising campers both on site and on field trips and other duties as needed. There will also be weekly “Leadership Workshops” to help C.I.T.’s develop leadership skills and team building!Benefits of becoming a C.I.T.Being a C.I.T. is extremely rewarding and is a great resume builder for college. Also, top performing C.I.T.’s will be given preferential consideration during the hiring process when they are eligible to apply for a paid position and openings exist.Application ProcessInterested individuals are required to complete an application form and attach a reference letter from a non-family member (teacher, coach, etc). Applications will be accepted starting January 27, 2020. Application materials must be dropped off to the Parks and Recreation Office by no later than April 24, 2020 to be considered. Candidates will be contacted for interviews on a rolling basis. There are a limited number of C.I.T.’s that will be admitted into the summer 2020 program so do not wait to apply.AdmissionAfter completing an interview, successful candidates will receive an acceptance letter into the C.I.T. program.Candidates must then submit $65.00 per week- a minimum of 3 weeks is required in order to qualify as a candidate.Upon acceptance, if you are interested in doing the entire summer, all 9 weeks of camp, the price will be $520 (one week for free)!
 
Friday July 24, 2020
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Counselor-in-Training Summer 2020 - C.I.T Program All 9 Weeks
What is the C.I.T. program?Canton Parks and Recreation Department is seeking responsible, outgoing, 14-17 year olds interested in working with children in a fun, fast paced, outdoor setting during the summer. C.I.T.’s (Counselors in Training) will assist camp counselors with planning and leading activities, supervising campers both on site and on field trips and other duties as needed. There will also be weekly “Leadership Workshops” to help C.I.T.’s develop leadership skills and team building!Benefits of becoming a C.I.T.Being a C.I.T. is extremely rewarding and is a great resume builder for college. Also, top performing C.I.T.’s will be given preferential consideration during the hiring process when they are eligible to apply for a paid position and openings exist.Application ProcessInterested individuals are required to complete an application form and attach a reference letter from a non-family member (teacher, coach, etc). Applications will be accepted starting January 27, 2020. Application materials must be dropped off to the Parks and Recreation Office by no later than April 24, 2020 to be considered. Candidates will be contacted for interviews on a rolling basis. There are a limited number of C.I.T.’s that will be admitted into the summer 2020 program so do not wait to apply.AdmissionAfter completing an interview, successful candidates will receive an acceptance letter into the C.I.T. program.Candidates must then submit $65.00 per week- a minimum of 3 weeks is required in order to qualify as a candidate.Upon acceptance, if you are interested in doing the entire summer, all 9 weeks of camp, the price will be $520 (one week for free)!
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Counselor-in-Training Summer 2020 - C.I.T Program Week 5
What is the C.I.T. program?Canton Parks and Recreation Department is seeking responsible, outgoing, 14-17 year olds interested in working with children in a fun, fast paced, outdoor setting during the summer. C.I.T.’s (Counselors in Training) will assist camp counselors with planning and leading activities, supervising campers both on site and on field trips and other duties as needed. There will also be weekly “Leadership Workshops” to help C.I.T.’s develop leadership skills and team building!Benefits of becoming a C.I.T.Being a C.I.T. is extremely rewarding and is a great resume builder for college. Also, top performing C.I.T.’s will be given preferential consideration during the hiring process when they are eligible to apply for a paid position and openings exist.Application ProcessInterested individuals are required to complete an application form and attach a reference letter from a non-family member (teacher, coach, etc). Applications will be accepted starting January 27, 2020. Application materials must be dropped off to the Parks and Recreation Office by no later than April 24, 2020 to be considered. Candidates will be contacted for interviews on a rolling basis. There are a limited number of C.I.T.’s that will be admitted into the summer 2020 program so do not wait to apply.AdmissionAfter completing an interview, successful candidates will receive an acceptance letter into the C.I.T. program.Candidates must then submit $65.00 per week- a minimum of 3 weeks is required in order to qualify as a candidate.Upon acceptance, if you are interested in doing the entire summer, all 9 weeks of camp, the price will be $520 (one week for free)!
 
Monday July 27, 2020
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Counselor-in-Training Summer 2020 - C.I.T Program All 9 Weeks
What is the C.I.T. program?Canton Parks and Recreation Department is seeking responsible, outgoing, 14-17 year olds interested in working with children in a fun, fast paced, outdoor setting during the summer. C.I.T.’s (Counselors in Training) will assist camp counselors with planning and leading activities, supervising campers both on site and on field trips and other duties as needed. There will also be weekly “Leadership Workshops” to help C.I.T.’s develop leadership skills and team building!Benefits of becoming a C.I.T.Being a C.I.T. is extremely rewarding and is a great resume builder for college. Also, top performing C.I.T.’s will be given preferential consideration during the hiring process when they are eligible to apply for a paid position and openings exist.Application ProcessInterested individuals are required to complete an application form and attach a reference letter from a non-family member (teacher, coach, etc). Applications will be accepted starting January 27, 2020. Application materials must be dropped off to the Parks and Recreation Office by no later than April 24, 2020 to be considered. Candidates will be contacted for interviews on a rolling basis. There are a limited number of C.I.T.’s that will be admitted into the summer 2020 program so do not wait to apply.AdmissionAfter completing an interview, successful candidates will receive an acceptance letter into the C.I.T. program.Candidates must then submit $65.00 per week- a minimum of 3 weeks is required in order to qualify as a candidate.Upon acceptance, if you are interested in doing the entire summer, all 9 weeks of camp, the price will be $520 (one week for free)!
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Counselor-in-Training Summer 2020 - C.I.T Program Week 6
What is the C.I.T. program?Canton Parks and Recreation Department is seeking responsible, outgoing, 14-17 year olds interested in working with children in a fun, fast paced, outdoor setting during the summer. C.I.T.’s (Counselors in Training) will assist camp counselors with planning and leading activities, supervising campers both on site and on field trips and other duties as needed. There will also be weekly “Leadership Workshops” to help C.I.T.’s develop leadership skills and team building!Benefits of becoming a C.I.T.Being a C.I.T. is extremely rewarding and is a great resume builder for college. Also, top performing C.I.T.’s will be given preferential consideration during the hiring process when they are eligible to apply for a paid position and openings exist.Application ProcessInterested individuals are required to complete an application form and attach a reference letter from a non-family member (teacher, coach, etc). Applications will be accepted starting January 27, 2020. Application materials must be dropped off to the Parks and Recreation Office by no later than April 24, 2020 to be considered. Candidates will be contacted for interviews on a rolling basis. There are a limited number of C.I.T.’s that will be admitted into the summer 2020 program so do not wait to apply.AdmissionAfter completing an interview, successful candidates will receive an acceptance letter into the C.I.T. program.Candidates must then submit $65.00 per week- a minimum of 3 weeks is required in order to qualify as a candidate.Upon acceptance, if you are interested in doing the entire summer, all 9 weeks of camp, the price will be $520 (one week for free)!
 
Tuesday July 28, 2020
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Counselor-in-Training Summer 2020 - C.I.T Program All 9 Weeks
What is the C.I.T. program?Canton Parks and Recreation Department is seeking responsible, outgoing, 14-17 year olds interested in working with children in a fun, fast paced, outdoor setting during the summer. C.I.T.’s (Counselors in Training) will assist camp counselors with planning and leading activities, supervising campers both on site and on field trips and other duties as needed. There will also be weekly “Leadership Workshops” to help C.I.T.’s develop leadership skills and team building!Benefits of becoming a C.I.T.Being a C.I.T. is extremely rewarding and is a great resume builder for college. Also, top performing C.I.T.’s will be given preferential consideration during the hiring process when they are eligible to apply for a paid position and openings exist.Application ProcessInterested individuals are required to complete an application form and attach a reference letter from a non-family member (teacher, coach, etc). Applications will be accepted starting January 27, 2020. Application materials must be dropped off to the Parks and Recreation Office by no later than April 24, 2020 to be considered. Candidates will be contacted for interviews on a rolling basis. There are a limited number of C.I.T.’s that will be admitted into the summer 2020 program so do not wait to apply.AdmissionAfter completing an interview, successful candidates will receive an acceptance letter into the C.I.T. program.Candidates must then submit $65.00 per week- a minimum of 3 weeks is required in order to qualify as a candidate.Upon acceptance, if you are interested in doing the entire summer, all 9 weeks of camp, the price will be $520 (one week for free)!
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Counselor-in-Training Summer 2020 - C.I.T Program Week 6
What is the C.I.T. program?Canton Parks and Recreation Department is seeking responsible, outgoing, 14-17 year olds interested in working with children in a fun, fast paced, outdoor setting during the summer. C.I.T.’s (Counselors in Training) will assist camp counselors with planning and leading activities, supervising campers both on site and on field trips and other duties as needed. There will also be weekly “Leadership Workshops” to help C.I.T.’s develop leadership skills and team building!Benefits of becoming a C.I.T.Being a C.I.T. is extremely rewarding and is a great resume builder for college. Also, top performing C.I.T.’s will be given preferential consideration during the hiring process when they are eligible to apply for a paid position and openings exist.Application ProcessInterested individuals are required to complete an application form and attach a reference letter from a non-family member (teacher, coach, etc). Applications will be accepted starting January 27, 2020. Application materials must be dropped off to the Parks and Recreation Office by no later than April 24, 2020 to be considered. Candidates will be contacted for interviews on a rolling basis. There are a limited number of C.I.T.’s that will be admitted into the summer 2020 program so do not wait to apply.AdmissionAfter completing an interview, successful candidates will receive an acceptance letter into the C.I.T. program.Candidates must then submit $65.00 per week- a minimum of 3 weeks is required in order to qualify as a candidate.Upon acceptance, if you are interested in doing the entire summer, all 9 weeks of camp, the price will be $520 (one week for free)!
 
Wednesday July 29, 2020
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Counselor-in-Training Summer 2020 - C.I.T Program All 9 Weeks
What is the C.I.T. program?Canton Parks and Recreation Department is seeking responsible, outgoing, 14-17 year olds interested in working with children in a fun, fast paced, outdoor setting during the summer. C.I.T.’s (Counselors in Training) will assist camp counselors with planning and leading activities, supervising campers both on site and on field trips and other duties as needed. There will also be weekly “Leadership Workshops” to help C.I.T.’s develop leadership skills and team building!Benefits of becoming a C.I.T.Being a C.I.T. is extremely rewarding and is a great resume builder for college. Also, top performing C.I.T.’s will be given preferential consideration during the hiring process when they are eligible to apply for a paid position and openings exist.Application ProcessInterested individuals are required to complete an application form and attach a reference letter from a non-family member (teacher, coach, etc). Applications will be accepted starting January 27, 2020. Application materials must be dropped off to the Parks and Recreation Office by no later than April 24, 2020 to be considered. Candidates will be contacted for interviews on a rolling basis. There are a limited number of C.I.T.’s that will be admitted into the summer 2020 program so do not wait to apply.AdmissionAfter completing an interview, successful candidates will receive an acceptance letter into the C.I.T. program.Candidates must then submit $65.00 per week- a minimum of 3 weeks is required in order to qualify as a candidate.Upon acceptance, if you are interested in doing the entire summer, all 9 weeks of camp, the price will be $520 (one week for free)!
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Counselor-in-Training Summer 2020 - C.I.T Program Week 6
What is the C.I.T. program?Canton Parks and Recreation Department is seeking responsible, outgoing, 14-17 year olds interested in working with children in a fun, fast paced, outdoor setting during the summer. C.I.T.’s (Counselors in Training) will assist camp counselors with planning and leading activities, supervising campers both on site and on field trips and other duties as needed. There will also be weekly “Leadership Workshops” to help C.I.T.’s develop leadership skills and team building!Benefits of becoming a C.I.T.Being a C.I.T. is extremely rewarding and is a great resume builder for college. Also, top performing C.I.T.’s will be given preferential consideration during the hiring process when they are eligible to apply for a paid position and openings exist.Application ProcessInterested individuals are required to complete an application form and attach a reference letter from a non-family member (teacher, coach, etc). Applications will be accepted starting January 27, 2020. Application materials must be dropped off to the Parks and Recreation Office by no later than April 24, 2020 to be considered. Candidates will be contacted for interviews on a rolling basis. There are a limited number of C.I.T.’s that will be admitted into the summer 2020 program so do not wait to apply.AdmissionAfter completing an interview, successful candidates will receive an acceptance letter into the C.I.T. program.Candidates must then submit $65.00 per week- a minimum of 3 weeks is required in order to qualify as a candidate.Upon acceptance, if you are interested in doing the entire summer, all 9 weeks of camp, the price will be $520 (one week for free)!
 
Thursday July 30, 2020
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Counselor-in-Training Summer 2020 - C.I.T Program All 9 Weeks
What is the C.I.T. program?Canton Parks and Recreation Department is seeking responsible, outgoing, 14-17 year olds interested in working with children in a fun, fast paced, outdoor setting during the summer. C.I.T.’s (Counselors in Training) will assist camp counselors with planning and leading activities, supervising campers both on site and on field trips and other duties as needed. There will also be weekly “Leadership Workshops” to help C.I.T.’s develop leadership skills and team building!Benefits of becoming a C.I.T.Being a C.I.T. is extremely rewarding and is a great resume builder for college. Also, top performing C.I.T.’s will be given preferential consideration during the hiring process when they are eligible to apply for a paid position and openings exist.Application ProcessInterested individuals are required to complete an application form and attach a reference letter from a non-family member (teacher, coach, etc). Applications will be accepted starting January 27, 2020. Application materials must be dropped off to the Parks and Recreation Office by no later than April 24, 2020 to be considered. Candidates will be contacted for interviews on a rolling basis. There are a limited number of C.I.T.’s that will be admitted into the summer 2020 program so do not wait to apply.AdmissionAfter completing an interview, successful candidates will receive an acceptance letter into the C.I.T. program.Candidates must then submit $65.00 per week- a minimum of 3 weeks is required in order to qualify as a candidate.Upon acceptance, if you are interested in doing the entire summer, all 9 weeks of camp, the price will be $520 (one week for free)!
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Counselor-in-Training Summer 2020 - C.I.T Program Week 6
What is the C.I.T. program?Canton Parks and Recreation Department is seeking responsible, outgoing, 14-17 year olds interested in working with children in a fun, fast paced, outdoor setting during the summer. C.I.T.’s (Counselors in Training) will assist camp counselors with planning and leading activities, supervising campers both on site and on field trips and other duties as needed. There will also be weekly “Leadership Workshops” to help C.I.T.’s develop leadership skills and team building!Benefits of becoming a C.I.T.Being a C.I.T. is extremely rewarding and is a great resume builder for college. Also, top performing C.I.T.’s will be given preferential consideration during the hiring process when they are eligible to apply for a paid position and openings exist.Application ProcessInterested individuals are required to complete an application form and attach a reference letter from a non-family member (teacher, coach, etc). Applications will be accepted starting January 27, 2020. Application materials must be dropped off to the Parks and Recreation Office by no later than April 24, 2020 to be considered. Candidates will be contacted for interviews on a rolling basis. There are a limited number of C.I.T.’s that will be admitted into the summer 2020 program so do not wait to apply.AdmissionAfter completing an interview, successful candidates will receive an acceptance letter into the C.I.T. program.Candidates must then submit $65.00 per week- a minimum of 3 weeks is required in order to qualify as a candidate.Upon acceptance, if you are interested in doing the entire summer, all 9 weeks of camp, the price will be $520 (one week for free)!
 
Friday July 31, 2020
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Counselor-in-Training Summer 2020 - C.I.T Program All 9 Weeks
What is the C.I.T. program?Canton Parks and Recreation Department is seeking responsible, outgoing, 14-17 year olds interested in working with children in a fun, fast paced, outdoor setting during the summer. C.I.T.’s (Counselors in Training) will assist camp counselors with planning and leading activities, supervising campers both on site and on field trips and other duties as needed. There will also be weekly “Leadership Workshops” to help C.I.T.’s develop leadership skills and team building!Benefits of becoming a C.I.T.Being a C.I.T. is extremely rewarding and is a great resume builder for college. Also, top performing C.I.T.’s will be given preferential consideration during the hiring process when they are eligible to apply for a paid position and openings exist.Application ProcessInterested individuals are required to complete an application form and attach a reference letter from a non-family member (teacher, coach, etc). Applications will be accepted starting January 27, 2020. Application materials must be dropped off to the Parks and Recreation Office by no later than April 24, 2020 to be considered. Candidates will be contacted for interviews on a rolling basis. There are a limited number of C.I.T.’s that will be admitted into the summer 2020 program so do not wait to apply.AdmissionAfter completing an interview, successful candidates will receive an acceptance letter into the C.I.T. program.Candidates must then submit $65.00 per week- a minimum of 3 weeks is required in order to qualify as a candidate.Upon acceptance, if you are interested in doing the entire summer, all 9 weeks of camp, the price will be $520 (one week for free)!
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Counselor-in-Training Summer 2020 - C.I.T Program Week 6
What is the C.I.T. program?Canton Parks and Recreation Department is seeking responsible, outgoing, 14-17 year olds interested in working with children in a fun, fast paced, outdoor setting during the summer. C.I.T.’s (Counselors in Training) will assist camp counselors with planning and leading activities, supervising campers both on site and on field trips and other duties as needed. There will also be weekly “Leadership Workshops” to help C.I.T.’s develop leadership skills and team building!Benefits of becoming a C.I.T.Being a C.I.T. is extremely rewarding and is a great resume builder for college. Also, top performing C.I.T.’s will be given preferential consideration during the hiring process when they are eligible to apply for a paid position and openings exist.Application ProcessInterested individuals are required to complete an application form and attach a reference letter from a non-family member (teacher, coach, etc). Applications will be accepted starting January 27, 2020. Application materials must be dropped off to the Parks and Recreation Office by no later than April 24, 2020 to be considered. Candidates will be contacted for interviews on a rolling basis. There are a limited number of C.I.T.’s that will be admitted into the summer 2020 program so do not wait to apply.AdmissionAfter completing an interview, successful candidates will receive an acceptance letter into the C.I.T. program.Candidates must then submit $65.00 per week- a minimum of 3 weeks is required in order to qualify as a candidate.Upon acceptance, if you are interested in doing the entire summer, all 9 weeks of camp, the price will be $520 (one week for free)!
 
Monday August 3, 2020
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Counselor-in-Training Summer 2020 - C.I.T Program All 9 Weeks
What is the C.I.T. program?Canton Parks and Recreation Department is seeking responsible, outgoing, 14-17 year olds interested in working with children in a fun, fast paced, outdoor setting during the summer. C.I.T.’s (Counselors in Training) will assist camp counselors with planning and leading activities, supervising campers both on site and on field trips and other duties as needed. There will also be weekly “Leadership Workshops” to help C.I.T.’s develop leadership skills and team building!Benefits of becoming a C.I.T.Being a C.I.T. is extremely rewarding and is a great resume builder for college. Also, top performing C.I.T.’s will be given preferential consideration during the hiring process when they are eligible to apply for a paid position and openings exist.Application ProcessInterested individuals are required to complete an application form and attach a reference letter from a non-family member (teacher, coach, etc). Applications will be accepted starting January 27, 2020. Application materials must be dropped off to the Parks and Recreation Office by no later than April 24, 2020 to be considered. Candidates will be contacted for interviews on a rolling basis. There are a limited number of C.I.T.’s that will be admitted into the summer 2020 program so do not wait to apply.AdmissionAfter completing an interview, successful candidates will receive an acceptance letter into the C.I.T. program.Candidates must then submit $65.00 per week- a minimum of 3 weeks is required in order to qualify as a candidate.Upon acceptance, if you are interested in doing the entire summer, all 9 weeks of camp, the price will be $520 (one week for free)!
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Counselor-in-Training Summer 2020 - C.I.T Program Week 7
What is the C.I.T. program?Canton Parks and Recreation Department is seeking responsible, outgoing, 14-17 year olds interested in working with children in a fun, fast paced, outdoor setting during the summer. C.I.T.’s (Counselors in Training) will assist camp counselors with planning and leading activities, supervising campers both on site and on field trips and other duties as needed. There will also be weekly “Leadership Workshops” to help C.I.T.’s develop leadership skills and team building!Benefits of becoming a C.I.T.Being a C.I.T. is extremely rewarding and is a great resume builder for college. Also, top performing C.I.T.’s will be given preferential consideration during the hiring process when they are eligible to apply for a paid position and openings exist.Application ProcessInterested individuals are required to complete an application form and attach a reference letter from a non-family member (teacher, coach, etc). Applications will be accepted starting January 27, 2020. Application materials must be dropped off to the Parks and Recreation Office by no later than April 24, 2020 to be considered. Candidates will be contacted for interviews on a rolling basis. There are a limited number of C.I.T.’s that will be admitted into the summer 2020 program so do not wait to apply.AdmissionAfter completing an interview, successful candidates will receive an acceptance letter into the C.I.T. program.Candidates must then submit $65.00 per week- a minimum of 3 weeks is required in order to qualify as a candidate.Upon acceptance, if you are interested in doing the entire summer, all 9 weeks of camp, the price will be $520 (one week for free)!
 
Tuesday August 4, 2020
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Counselor-in-Training Summer 2020 - C.I.T Program All 9 Weeks
What is the C.I.T. program?Canton Parks and Recreation Department is seeking responsible, outgoing, 14-17 year olds interested in working with children in a fun, fast paced, outdoor setting during the summer. C.I.T.’s (Counselors in Training) will assist camp counselors with planning and leading activities, supervising campers both on site and on field trips and other duties as needed. There will also be weekly “Leadership Workshops” to help C.I.T.’s develop leadership skills and team building!Benefits of becoming a C.I.T.Being a C.I.T. is extremely rewarding and is a great resume builder for college. Also, top performing C.I.T.’s will be given preferential consideration during the hiring process when they are eligible to apply for a paid position and openings exist.Application ProcessInterested individuals are required to complete an application form and attach a reference letter from a non-family member (teacher, coach, etc). Applications will be accepted starting January 27, 2020. Application materials must be dropped off to the Parks and Recreation Office by no later than April 24, 2020 to be considered. Candidates will be contacted for interviews on a rolling basis. There are a limited number of C.I.T.’s that will be admitted into the summer 2020 program so do not wait to apply.AdmissionAfter completing an interview, successful candidates will receive an acceptance letter into the C.I.T. program.Candidates must then submit $65.00 per week- a minimum of 3 weeks is required in order to qualify as a candidate.Upon acceptance, if you are interested in doing the entire summer, all 9 weeks of camp, the price will be $520 (one week for free)!
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Counselor-in-Training Summer 2020 - C.I.T Program Week 7
What is the C.I.T. program?Canton Parks and Recreation Department is seeking responsible, outgoing, 14-17 year olds interested in working with children in a fun, fast paced, outdoor setting during the summer. C.I.T.’s (Counselors in Training) will assist camp counselors with planning and leading activities, supervising campers both on site and on field trips and other duties as needed. There will also be weekly “Leadership Workshops” to help C.I.T.’s develop leadership skills and team building!Benefits of becoming a C.I.T.Being a C.I.T. is extremely rewarding and is a great resume builder for college. Also, top performing C.I.T.’s will be given preferential consideration during the hiring process when they are eligible to apply for a paid position and openings exist.Application ProcessInterested individuals are required to complete an application form and attach a reference letter from a non-family member (teacher, coach, etc). Applications will be accepted starting January 27, 2020. Application materials must be dropped off to the Parks and Recreation Office by no later than April 24, 2020 to be considered. Candidates will be contacted for interviews on a rolling basis. There are a limited number of C.I.T.’s that will be admitted into the summer 2020 program so do not wait to apply.AdmissionAfter completing an interview, successful candidates will receive an acceptance letter into the C.I.T. program.Candidates must then submit $65.00 per week- a minimum of 3 weeks is required in order to qualify as a candidate.Upon acceptance, if you are interested in doing the entire summer, all 9 weeks of camp, the price will be $520 (one week for free)!
 
Wednesday August 5, 2020
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Counselor-in-Training Summer 2020 - C.I.T Program All 9 Weeks
What is the C.I.T. program?Canton Parks and Recreation Department is seeking responsible, outgoing, 14-17 year olds interested in working with children in a fun, fast paced, outdoor setting during the summer. C.I.T.’s (Counselors in Training) will assist camp counselors with planning and leading activities, supervising campers both on site and on field trips and other duties as needed. There will also be weekly “Leadership Workshops” to help C.I.T.’s develop leadership skills and team building!Benefits of becoming a C.I.T.Being a C.I.T. is extremely rewarding and is a great resume builder for college. Also, top performing C.I.T.’s will be given preferential consideration during the hiring process when they are eligible to apply for a paid position and openings exist.Application ProcessInterested individuals are required to complete an application form and attach a reference letter from a non-family member (teacher, coach, etc). Applications will be accepted starting January 27, 2020. Application materials must be dropped off to the Parks and Recreation Office by no later than April 24, 2020 to be considered. Candidates will be contacted for interviews on a rolling basis. There are a limited number of C.I.T.’s that will be admitted into the summer 2020 program so do not wait to apply.AdmissionAfter completing an interview, successful candidates will receive an acceptance letter into the C.I.T. program.Candidates must then submit $65.00 per week- a minimum of 3 weeks is required in order to qualify as a candidate.Upon acceptance, if you are interested in doing the entire summer, all 9 weeks of camp, the price will be $520 (one week for free)!
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Counselor-in-Training Summer 2020 - C.I.T Program Week 7
What is the C.I.T. program?Canton Parks and Recreation Department is seeking responsible, outgoing, 14-17 year olds interested in working with children in a fun, fast paced, outdoor setting during the summer. C.I.T.’s (Counselors in Training) will assist camp counselors with planning and leading activities, supervising campers both on site and on field trips and other duties as needed. There will also be weekly “Leadership Workshops” to help C.I.T.’s develop leadership skills and team building!Benefits of becoming a C.I.T.Being a C.I.T. is extremely rewarding and is a great resume builder for college. Also, top performing C.I.T.’s will be given preferential consideration during the hiring process when they are eligible to apply for a paid position and openings exist.Application ProcessInterested individuals are required to complete an application form and attach a reference letter from a non-family member (teacher, coach, etc). Applications will be accepted starting January 27, 2020. Application materials must be dropped off to the Parks and Recreation Office by no later than April 24, 2020 to be considered. Candidates will be contacted for interviews on a rolling basis. There are a limited number of C.I.T.’s that will be admitted into the summer 2020 program so do not wait to apply.AdmissionAfter completing an interview, successful candidates will receive an acceptance letter into the C.I.T. program.Candidates must then submit $65.00 per week- a minimum of 3 weeks is required in order to qualify as a candidate.Upon acceptance, if you are interested in doing the entire summer, all 9 weeks of camp, the price will be $520 (one week for free)!
 
Thursday August 6, 2020
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Counselor-in-Training Summer 2020 - C.I.T Program All 9 Weeks
What is the C.I.T. program?Canton Parks and Recreation Department is seeking responsible, outgoing, 14-17 year olds interested in working with children in a fun, fast paced, outdoor setting during the summer. C.I.T.’s (Counselors in Training) will assist camp counselors with planning and leading activities, supervising campers both on site and on field trips and other duties as needed. There will also be weekly “Leadership Workshops” to help C.I.T.’s develop leadership skills and team building!Benefits of becoming a C.I.T.Being a C.I.T. is extremely rewarding and is a great resume builder for college. Also, top performing C.I.T.’s will be given preferential consideration during the hiring process when they are eligible to apply for a paid position and openings exist.Application ProcessInterested individuals are required to complete an application form and attach a reference letter from a non-family member (teacher, coach, etc). Applications will be accepted starting January 27, 2020. Application materials must be dropped off to the Parks and Recreation Office by no later than April 24, 2020 to be considered. Candidates will be contacted for interviews on a rolling basis. There are a limited number of C.I.T.’s that will be admitted into the summer 2020 program so do not wait to apply.AdmissionAfter completing an interview, successful candidates will receive an acceptance letter into the C.I.T. program.Candidates must then submit $65.00 per week- a minimum of 3 weeks is required in order to qualify as a candidate.Upon acceptance, if you are interested in doing the entire summer, all 9 weeks of camp, the price will be $520 (one week for free)!
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Counselor-in-Training Summer 2020 - C.I.T Program Week 7
What is the C.I.T. program?Canton Parks and Recreation Department is seeking responsible, outgoing, 14-17 year olds interested in working with children in a fun, fast paced, outdoor setting during the summer. C.I.T.’s (Counselors in Training) will assist camp counselors with planning and leading activities, supervising campers both on site and on field trips and other duties as needed. There will also be weekly “Leadership Workshops” to help C.I.T.’s develop leadership skills and team building!Benefits of becoming a C.I.T.Being a C.I.T. is extremely rewarding and is a great resume builder for college. Also, top performing C.I.T.’s will be given preferential consideration during the hiring process when they are eligible to apply for a paid position and openings exist.Application ProcessInterested individuals are required to complete an application form and attach a reference letter from a non-family member (teacher, coach, etc). Applications will be accepted starting January 27, 2020. Application materials must be dropped off to the Parks and Recreation Office by no later than April 24, 2020 to be considered. Candidates will be contacted for interviews on a rolling basis. There are a limited number of C.I.T.’s that will be admitted into the summer 2020 program so do not wait to apply.AdmissionAfter completing an interview, successful candidates will receive an acceptance letter into the C.I.T. program.Candidates must then submit $65.00 per week- a minimum of 3 weeks is required in order to qualify as a candidate.Upon acceptance, if you are interested in doing the entire summer, all 9 weeks of camp, the price will be $520 (one week for free)!
 
Friday August 7, 2020
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Counselor-in-Training Summer 2020 - C.I.T Program All 9 Weeks
What is the C.I.T. program?Canton Parks and Recreation Department is seeking responsible, outgoing, 14-17 year olds interested in working with children in a fun, fast paced, outdoor setting during the summer. C.I.T.’s (Counselors in Training) will assist camp counselors with planning and leading activities, supervising campers both on site and on field trips and other duties as needed. There will also be weekly “Leadership Workshops” to help C.I.T.’s develop leadership skills and team building!Benefits of becoming a C.I.T.Being a C.I.T. is extremely rewarding and is a great resume builder for college. Also, top performing C.I.T.’s will be given preferential consideration during the hiring process when they are eligible to apply for a paid position and openings exist.Application ProcessInterested individuals are required to complete an application form and attach a reference letter from a non-family member (teacher, coach, etc). Applications will be accepted starting January 27, 2020. Application materials must be dropped off to the Parks and Recreation Office by no later than April 24, 2020 to be considered. Candidates will be contacted for interviews on a rolling basis. There are a limited number of C.I.T.’s that will be admitted into the summer 2020 program so do not wait to apply.AdmissionAfter completing an interview, successful candidates will receive an acceptance letter into the C.I.T. program.Candidates must then submit $65.00 per week- a minimum of 3 weeks is required in order to qualify as a candidate.Upon acceptance, if you are interested in doing the entire summer, all 9 weeks of camp, the price will be $520 (one week for free)!
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Counselor-in-Training Summer 2020 - C.I.T Program Week 7
What is the C.I.T. program?Canton Parks and Recreation Department is seeking responsible, outgoing, 14-17 year olds interested in working with children in a fun, fast paced, outdoor setting during the summer. C.I.T.’s (Counselors in Training) will assist camp counselors with planning and leading activities, supervising campers both on site and on field trips and other duties as needed. There will also be weekly “Leadership Workshops” to help C.I.T.’s develop leadership skills and team building!Benefits of becoming a C.I.T.Being a C.I.T. is extremely rewarding and is a great resume builder for college. Also, top performing C.I.T.’s will be given preferential consideration during the hiring process when they are eligible to apply for a paid position and openings exist.Application ProcessInterested individuals are required to complete an application form and attach a reference letter from a non-family member (teacher, coach, etc). Applications will be accepted starting January 27, 2020. Application materials must be dropped off to the Parks and Recreation Office by no later than April 24, 2020 to be considered. Candidates will be contacted for interviews on a rolling basis. There are a limited number of C.I.T.’s that will be admitted into the summer 2020 program so do not wait to apply.AdmissionAfter completing an interview, successful candidates will receive an acceptance letter into the C.I.T. program.Candidates must then submit $65.00 per week- a minimum of 3 weeks is required in order to qualify as a candidate.Upon acceptance, if you are interested in doing the entire summer, all 9 weeks of camp, the price will be $520 (one week for free)!