Thinkery offers the Counselors-in-Training (CIT) program for teenagers (ages 13–18) to work in Thinkery Camps. CITs work closely with staff mentors to lead fun, STEAM-based activities in Thinkery summer camps. Individual goals are set to ensure each participant develops new skills and gains valuable work experience that is transferable to future academic and career endeavors.
If selected, applicants must commit to attending a series of training sessions. There are two training options—an AM training time or a PM training time, typically held during the first week of summer.
Applications for Summer 2019 are now closed. Check back in January for our Counselor-In-Training 2020 Application!
All CITs (age 13–18 at the time application is submitted) are selected based on submission of an application form, a reference form and a group interview conducted by Thinkery Camp staff and Thinkery Teen Programs staff. All selected applicants must agree to one week of the mandatory training dates and a minimum of 2 weeks of CIT camp support hours.
Our online application entails providing general information, responses to short answer questions, and contact information for a reference form to be sent by the Teen Programs Coordinator. What are you waiting for? Apply today!
- Help campers engage in the Thinkery Camp experience
- Receive mentorship from Thinkery Camp staff
- Encourage team spirit with peers in the CIT program
- Be a STEAM role model
- Gain meaningful experience leading special activities
We are excited to announce that our CIT program is now $10!
This includes each day of training paired with a minimum of 50 hours of CIT camp support and maximum of 125 hours of CIT camp support.
Program scholarships are available to families with a demonstrated financial need. Click here for the CIT scholarship application!
If you have any questions about the Scholarship Application, please email AJ Inglis, Volunteer Resources Coordinator (Teen Programs), at email@example.com.
June 4, 5 and 6, 2019 9 am–1 pm
Option 2 – PM Session
June 4, 5 and 6, 2019 2–6 pm