Develop your leadership skills by working alongside Broadmoor Nature Camp counselors and sharing your love and knowledge of nature with younger campers. Each session, you'll be assigned an age group to work with, enabling you to develop bonds with campers as you assist with camp programming. Staff will help you develop your individual teaching and leadership styles as you create new lessons and assist with games, songs, crafts, and wacky camp fun.
In addition to being a great résumé builder, hours spent in the CIT program may count toward community service requirements (varies by town).
CIT Training: During the mandatory CIT training you'll learn about child development, safety, and best practices for working at camp, plus get to know your fellow CITs.
Application & Commitment: The CIT program is open by application only. If you are interested in participating, please tell us more about your experience and interests by filling out an application at massaudubon.org/broadmoorcamp. A one-session commitment is required to participate. Applications are due by March 1st.
All programs will be conducted in accordance with current Municipal, State, and Mass Audubon Covid-19 protocols. All participants and staff must wear a properly fitted face covering and comply with social distancing guidelines for the duration of the program. A detailed confirmation letter will be emailed at least 24 hours before the program.