Counselors-in-Training and Leaders-in-Training Camps
for Campers Entering 11th Grade or Above
June 13–19, 2021
Counselors-in-Training Camp teaches the responsibilities and duties of being a camp counselor. To qualify for this program, you should be entering the 11th grade or above, be an active member in your congregation, demonstrate leadership skills, and be able to volunteer at least one other week during the summer.
Counselors-in-Training Camp is $170 per camper. Scholarships are available.
Leaders-in-Training Camp is the second part of our leadership training program. To qualify, you should have attended a session of Counselors-in-Training and be able to volunteer at least one other week during the summer.
Leaders-in-Training Camp is $170 per camper. Scholarships are available.Register for Counselors- or Leaders-in-Training Camp
Please note: The registration for each camper includes a section for your physician to complete and sign. This section must be scanned and posted into each camper's registration.
All registration forms MUST be 100% complete online BEFORE the camper arrives at camp.
Your camp registration payment must be made through the CampDoc website before the camper arrives at camp. Please email Camp Director, Dan Kingery for scholarship information.
At Camp Carew, We seek to help people deepen their awareness of God, each other and the natural world by providing a camp program and a setting in which personal growth can take place. Our hope is that campers will strengthen their own sense of personal worth as well as their relationship to Jesus Christ and to others. Activities at Camp Carew are directed toward Christian community. Through group living in the small unit, campers, and leaders are challenged to work, plan, play, study, sing, and worship together.
Camp Carew welcomes campers from all religious traditions.
Camp Carew is a drug- and alcohol-free environment.
Camp Carew complies with the American Camp Association and the CDC guidelines as they pertain to Camp Carew.