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SUMMER NATURE PROGRAM

SUMMER RECREATION CAMPS

Summer Nature Program
Counselors-in-Training (CITs)

Counselors-in-Training (CITs)
For Recreation Camps

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Pond Study

Summer Nature Program campers can enjoy a catching critters in the pond, creating a terrarium, or participating in a photo scavenger hunt. 

SUMMER NATURE PROGRAM

IMPORTANT: SUMMER NATURE CAMP PROGRAM REGISTRATION & FORMS

Our Summer Nature Camp Program is an opportunity for kids entering kindergarten through grade 10 to connect with and explore the natural world.  Program leaders facilitate hands-on activities that foster kids’ innate curiosity about nature and wildlife.  Campers and parents alike rave about camp, making it one of the Parks Division’s most popular offerings.  Leaders for the Summer Nature Program are instructed in guiding children in the outdoors and are certified in First Aid and CPR.  Group size is a maximum of 10-12 campers depending on session and location, with each leader being aided by an assistant or volunteer counselor-in-training (CIT).  Special canoeing instructors host the paddling clinics and canoe trips with our older campers. 

Sessions are available at both Echo Hill Park and the Teetertown Preserve.  Echo Hill is located at 42 Lilac Drive in Clinton Township, less than 15 minutes from both Clinton and Flemington.  Teetertown is located at 30 Pleasant Grove Road in Lebanon Township, about 15 minutes north of Clinton, or 15 minutes northwest of Whitehouse Station.  Both parks offer diverse habitats to explore, including stream, pond, field, and forest areas.

Note that camp is held Monday through Friday—no weekends.  Camp will not be held on Wednesday, July 4, Independence Day.  These sessions are pro-rated. 

NATURE BUGS | NATURE DISCOVERY | PIONEERS | JUNIOR EXPLORERS | SENIOR EXPLORERS | ENVIRONMENTAL CAMP

ECHO HILL PARK

TEETERTOWN PRESERVE

CAMPERS LEVEL IS DETEREMINED BY THE GRADE THEY ARE ENTERING IN SEPTEMBER:

NATURE BUGS
Kindergarten
NATURE DISCOVERY
1st & 2nd Grade
PIONEERS
3rd & 4th Grade

 

JUNIOR EXPLORERS
5th & 6th Grade
SENIOR EXPLORERS
7th & 8th Grade
ENVIRONMENTAL CAMP
9th & 10th Grade

Lots of learning and adventure begins with team-building activities and high-ropes personal challenge course. Activities include wildlife studies, outdoor skills, backpacking overnight on the Appalachian Trail.

A flatwater canoe clinic prepares campers for a canoe-camping trip through the scenic Delaware Water Gap during the second week of camp.

Throughout the program, Environmental Camp focuses on the importance of ecological stewardship and individual responsibility.

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NATURE BUGS

Ages: children entering kindergarten
Location: Echo Hill or Teetertown
Time: 9:00 AM to 11:30 AM
Cost: $105
One-week sessions

ECHO HILL: TEETERTOWN:
A. July 23 to 27
B. August 6 to 10
A. July 23 to 27
B. August 6 to 10

The Nature Bugs program is the perfect half-day adventure for your young nature enthusiast.  Our Park Naturalists teach about local plants and animals through hikes, observations, crafts, and games.  A safe and fun way to foster your child’s interest in the natural environment. 

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NATURE DISCOVERY

Ages: children entering grades 1 & 2
Location: Echo Hill or Teetertown
Time: 9:00 AM to 3:30 PM
Cost: $170 (Session B: $150)
One-week sessions

ECHO HILL: TEETERTOWN:

A. June 25 to June 29
B. July 2 to July 6
C. July 9 to July 13
D. July 16 to July 20
E. July 23 to July 27
F. July 30 to August 3
G. August 6 to August 10
H. August 13 to August 17

A. June 25 to June 29
B. July 2 to July 6
C. July 9 to July 13
D. July 16 to July 20
E. July 23 to July 27
F. July 30 to August 3
G. August 6 to August 10
H. August 13 to August 17

This full-day program allows campers to explore all the wonders that the parks have to offer.  From searching for wildlife to toasting s’mores, Nature Discovery campers enjoy a great introduction to the world outdoors.

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PIONEERS

Ages: children entering grades 3 & 4
Location: Echo Hill or Teetertown
Time: 9:00 AM to 3:30 PM
Cost: $170 (Session B: $150)
One-week sessions

ECHO HILL: TEETERTOWN:

A. June 25 to June 29
B. July 2 to July 6
C. July 9 to July 13
D. July 16 to July 20
E. July 23 to July 27
F. July 30 to August 3
G. August 6 to August 10
H. August 13 to August 17

A. June 25 to June 29
B. July 2 to July 6
C. July 9 to July 13
D. July 16 to July 20
E. July 23 to July 27
F. July 30 to August 3
G. August 6 to August 10
H. August 13 to August 17

Pioneers enjoy activities that foster understanding of habitats, adaptations, and other ecological concepts.  Favorite activities such as shelter-building help Pioneers develop their outdoor skills.

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JUNIOR EXPORERS

Ages: children entering grades 5 & 6
Location: Echo Hill or Teetertown
Time: 9:00 AM to 3:30 PM, late pick up on trip days
Cost: $325 (Session A: $305)
Two-week sessions

ECHO HILL: TEETERTOWN:

A1. June 25 to July 6
A2. June 25 to July 6
B1. July 9 to July 20
B2. July 9 to July 20
C1. July 23 to August 3
C2. July 23 to August 3
D1. August 6 to August 17
D2. August 6 to August 17

A1. June 25 to July 6
B1. July 9 to July 20
C1. July 23 to August 3
C2. July 23 to August 3
D1. August 6 to August 17
D2. August 6 to August 17

Please note that “1” and “2” reflects that there are two counselor groups (total of 20 campers) scheduled for each session of Junior Explorers except for Teetertown sessions A and B, which will only host one group.  These two-week sessions give campers the chance to increase their understanding of nature as well as their outdoor “know-how.”  Juniors learn basic canoeing skills on the park ponds before embarking on a day trip on a local river.  A field trip allows Juniors to discover nature beyond the County Parks.  The Junior Explorer experience culminates in a campout full of fun night-time activities. 

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SENIOR EXPLORERS

Ages: children entering grades 7 & 8
Location: Echo Hill or Teetertown
Time: 9:00 AM to 3:30 PM, late pick up on trip days
Cost: $325 (Session A: $305)
Two-week Sessions

ECHO HILL: TEETERTOWN:

A. June 25 to July 6
B. July 9 to July 20
C. July 23 to August 3
D. August 6 to August 17

A. June 25 to July 6
B. July 9 to July 20
C. July 23 to August 3
D. August 6 to August 17

Senior Explorers continue to expand their environmental understanding and hone their outdoor skills.  Team-building activities, paddling clinics, river canoeing, and a field trip are all important components of the program.  Seniors also enjoy a campout night that includes pitching tents, cooking over a campfire, and exploring nature after dark. 

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ENVIRONMENTAL CAMP

Ages: Teens entering grades 9 & 10
Time: 9:00 AM to 3:30 PM
Note: Overnight trip each Thursday of the program
Two-week Sessions

TEETERTOWN: ECHO HILL:

A. June 25 to July 6
Cost: $355

B. July 9 to July 20
Cost: $375

Environmental Camp packs a lot of learning and adventure into an intensive two-week program.  The session begins with team-building activities and the opportunity to participate in a high-ropes personal challenge course.  This year, we will visit Sandy Hook to learn about ocean and marsh ecology.  On-site activities include wildlife studies and outdoor skills practice.  Participants are introduced to backpacking during an overnight on the Appalachian Trail.  A flatwater canoe clinic prepares campers for a canoe-camping trip through a scenic New Jersey river during the second week of camp.  Throughout the program, Environmental Camp focuses on the importance of ecological stewardship and individual responsibility. 

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SUMMER NATURE PROGRAM COUNSELORS-IN-TRAINING (CITs)

A volunteer opportunity for teens entering 10th, 11th, and 12th grades.  Counselors-in-Training (CITs) will be selected for each of our two Summer Nature Program sites (Echo Hill and Teetertown).  Have fun outdoors while building your résumé.  CITs are required to attend an evening training session on Thursday, May 31st from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM at the County Arboretum.  Must be able to commit to a minimum of two weeks during the camp season. 

To apply: submit an Individual Volunteer Application with a letter of recommendation from a teacher or employer. 

Applications are available at the Arboretum or on our website on our Volunteer Opportunities page.

 

SUMMER RECREATION CAMPS

IMPORTANT: SUMMER RECREATION CAMPS REGISTRATION AND FORMS

Art Camp for Artists-in-Training Art Camp for Young Artists Craft Camp
Creative Theatre Camp Heron Glen Junior Golf Camps Kayak/Canoe Camp NEW!
LEGO Camp: A Galaxy Far Away Featuring STAR WARS® NEW! LEGO Camp: Animal Grossology NEW! Orchestra Camp
Performance Camp Sciensational: CSI-Crime Scene Investigation NEW! Sciensational: Model Airplanes, Bridge Building & Electronic Gadgets NEW!
Sciensational: Space Nine 3-in1 All Terrain Robot NEW! Sciensational: The All-Terrain Tracker NEW! Sports for a Lifetime Camp
BECOME A C.I.T. (Counselor in Training) Volunteer opportunity for 9th to 12th Graders
Download the 2018 Summer Recreation Camps Brochure - coming soon!

 

ART CAMP FOR ARTISTS-IN-TRAINING


Art Camp
Spending a week learning how to draw and paint during Art Camp!

Session A: Monday to Friday, August 6 to10
Session B: Monday to Friday, August 20 to 24
Time: 11:15 AM to 1:15 PM
Location: Arboretum
Ages: 11 to 15
Cost: $110 (includes materials)

Campers learn the principles of painting and drawing in a classroom and outdoor setting.  They work using pencil, charcoal, and paint on a variety of still life subjects.  This week-long camp is designed to increase campers’ understanding of color, composition, and the proper use of materials.

Please bring a snack and drink.  Remember to dress in old clothing and apply sunscreen. 

Instructor Lena Shiffman. www.lenashiffman.com

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ART CAMP FOR YOUNG ARTISTS

Session A: Monday to Friday, August 6 to10
Session B: Monday to Friday, August 20 to 24
Time: 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM     
Location: Arboretum
Ages: 6 to 10
Cost: $110 (includes materials)

Campers learn the principles of painting and drawing in a classroom and outdoor setting.  They work using pencil, charcoal, and paint on a variety of still life subjects.  This week-long camp is designed to increase campers’ understanding of color, composition, and the proper use of materials. 

Please bring a snack and drink.  Remember to dress in old clothing and apply sunscreen.

Instructor Lena Shiffman. www.lenashiffman.com

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Craft Camp
Make a variety of new projects this year in Craft Camp!

CRAFT CAMP

Dates: Monday to Friday, June 25 to June 29
Time: 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM
Ages: 10 to 15
Location: Arboretum
Cost: $160 (includes materials)

This unique program will expose your child to a multitude of crafts.  Young artists will immerse themselves creating one-of-a-kind masterpieces.  An eclectic mix of artistic media such as clay, felt, gourds, tile, wood, rocks, vines, and recycled items keep interest and enthusiasm high!  New projects every year!  Sculpt with clay, create with beads, weave a basket or two, and work on visual balance designing with things from nature.  Campers should bring a drink, snack, and lunch.  We encourage reusable containers.  Send children in “old” clothing and shoes that can get a little dirty.

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CREATIVE THEATRE CAMP

Dates: August 20 to 24
Time: Monday to Thursday 10:00 AM to 2:30 PM, Friday 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Location: Echo Hill
Ages: 10 to 12
Cost: $150

Campers will learn stagecraft while creating their own play.  This production will be guided by the ideas of the campers; characters, plot, and setting are all based on their ideas.  The disciplines of the actor are first introduced through theatre games.  Movement, voice, theatre terms, and listening are practiced on day one and built on as the play is developed.  We focus this class on listening, not only to the other actors, but also to the audience.

The week culminates in a performance for friends and family on Friday at 3:00 PM. 

Campers should bring a drink & lunch.  Instructor Joe Nowosielski (www.artstechsolutions.com). 

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HERON GLEN JUNIOR GOLF CAMPS

BBIRDIES CAMP: ages 7 to 11
a) June 25 to 28,
b) July 16 to 19
c) July 30 to August 2

EAGLES CAMP: ages 12 to 16
a) July 9 to 12
b) July 23 to 26,
c) August 6 to 9

Dates: Monday to Thursday
Times: 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Location: Heron Glen Golf Course
Cost: $299

In this camp run by Heron Glen Golf Course, all campers will have on-course PGA instruction, including lessons with woods, irons, chipping, putting, and bunker play. The staff will also cover golf rules, etiquette, and scoring, with fun games and prizes. Lunch is provided. 

Contact Heron Glen at www.heronglen.com or (908) 806-6804 for more information or to register.

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Kayak Camp
Kayak or canoe for an entire week!

KAYAK/CANOE CAMP *NEW*

Date: Monday through Friday, July 30 to August 3
Time: 9:00 AM to 3:30 PM (campout Thursday into Friday)
Location: Arboretum
Ages: entering grades 8 to 12
Cost: $250

This year the Hunterdon County Parks have ten new kayaks!  If you enjoy the outdoors and water and want to learn how to kayak or canoe, or already kayak/canoe, then is the camp for you.  We will start on a pond with getting in and out of the kayak/canoe and how to paddle and move around.  Then we will paddle on local rivers Tuesday and Wednesday.  On Thursday into Friday, we will enjoy an overnight canoe camping trip on the Delaware River.  We supply the canoes, kayaks, gear, training, and transportation.  Our experienced leaders teach the ways of currents and eddies and how to paddle mankind’s oldest craft, with a few new tricks.

Tell us what you want to learn—we are eager to teach.  So come have fun on the water.   

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LEGO CAMP: A Galaxy Far Away featuring STAR WARS® *NEW*

Date: Monday to Friday, July 23 to 27
Time: 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Location: Arboretum
Ages: 6 to 12
Cost: $150

BRICKS 4 KIDZ® LEGO® camps are high-energy, fast-paced settings where kids discover, explore, invent, and create.  Blast off into a galaxy far, far away to join the Rebel forces in their battle against the Empire.  There will be motorized models based on Starfighters and TIE Fighters, an X-34 land cruiser, BARC Speeders, and even a JEDI Master.  Campers will have plenty of opportunity to design and build their own STAR WARS models.  In addition to building, there will be lots of games, STAR WARS trivia contests, and crafts to participate in.  Bring your imagination and may the Force be with you.  Each camper will receive a LEGO mini-model to take home.  In addition to lots of building with LEGOs, our camps may include games and activities like car ramp challenges and zip line racing.

*Campers who sign up for both the morning and afternoon session of LEGO Camp may bring a lunch and stay through the lunch hour for free.

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Performance Camp

Build models of a variety of animals we learn about!

LEGO CAMP: ANIMAL GROSSOLOGY *NEW*

Date: Monday to Friday, July 23 to 27
Time: 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Location: Arboretum
Ages: 6 to 12
Cost: $150

BRICKS 4 KIDZ® LEGO® camps are high-energy, fast-paced settings where kids discover, explore, invent, and create.  If you’re fascinated by the weird but true, wild and wacky, gross and yucky, then this is the camp for you!  Spend the week discovering the zany biology of our animal friends.  Each day we’ll explore fascinating facts about the animal kingdom, focusing on two “creatures of the day.”  Don’t be surprised to find actual skeletons and preserved examples of some of the animals displayed.  Build two different animal models with LEGOs each day and fill your very own “Animal Grossology” booklet with crazy and cool facts you learn, complete with a picture of each model.  Each camper will receive a LEGO mini-model to take home.  In addition to lots of building with LEGO®s, our camps may include games and activities like car ramp challenges and zip line racing.

*Campers who sign up for both the morning and afternoon session of LEGO Camp may bring a lunch and stay through the lunch hour for free.

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Orchestra Camp
Keep in shape with your instrument over the summer with Orchestra Camp. 

ORCHESTRA CAMP

Date: Monday through Friday, July 16 to 20
Time: 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Location: Hunterdon Central Regional High School
Ages: entering grades 7 to 12
Cost: $190

Orchestra camp is excellent opportunity for students to work in small-group situations, as well as working together as a full orchestra. 

The Hunterdon Youth Orchestra will perform on Friday night on the last day of camp for family and friends.

Please note which instrument your child plays when you register; sorry, no piano. 

Led by the Hunterdon Symphony. 

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Performance Camp
Every child is a star at Performance Camp!

PERFORMANCE CAMP

Session A: July 9 to July 13, children entering grades 2 to 5
Session B: July 16 to July 20, children entering grades 6 to 9
Time: Monday to Thursday 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM, Friday 9:00 AM to 7:00 PM
Location: Deer Path Park
Cost: $245

Children love this Performance Camp taught by Flying Ship Productions, who combine time-tested themes with original music and dialogue and inventive staging and choreography.  Campers will have the opportunity to stage a musical.  The show contains new and original songs, costumes, props, and dances.  The week culminates in a performance for family and friends at Deer Path Park on Friday evening at 6:15, followed by a picnic.  In addition to working on the musical, campers also create the set, make costumes, create craft projects, and participate in theatre and water games. 

Comments from parents of former Performance Campers:

“Staff was great!  This was my son’s favorite camp,”

"We loved the show on Friday Eve!  It’s nice to see how the children enjoyed their week.” 

Every child who attends Performance Camp is a star!

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SCIENSATIONAL: CSI-CRIME SCENE INVESTIGATION *NEW*

Dates: Monday to Friday, July 16 to 20
Time: 12:45 PM to 3:45 PM
Location: Arboretum
Ages: 8 to 12
Cost: $155

Campers in this program will be the super science sleuths.  Have fun learning about forensics, crime scene investigations, and crime lab chemistry as you perform as many as 15 different experiments designed to show you just how those tricky cases are solved.  Search for the evidence, gather clues, and discover how science can help solve a mystery.  Participants will: dust for fingerprints, analyze handwriting, test for blood type using simulated blood, examine hair and clothing fibers, practice chemistry to identify mystery substances, and much more.  Participants will then use their skills to solve crimes of the century. 

*Campers who sign up for both the morning and afternoon session in a given week may bring a lunch and stay through the lunch hour for free.

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SCIENSATIONAL: MODEL AIRPLANES, BRIDGE BUILDING, & ELECTRONIC GADGETS *NEW*

Dates: Monday to Friday, July 30 to August 3
Time: 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Location: Arboretum
Ages: 7 to 11
Cost: $155

Build your own rubber-powered model airplane.  Use your model as a learning tool in aerospace education, or just have fun building a sound airplane that actually flies when assembled.  Have fun designing and building model bridges.  Join us in our bridge building contest to see which one can hold the most weight.  Learn simple engineering skills.  Build six electronic projects.  Some of them include a patrol car siren, burglar alarm, and Morse code transmitter.  You will learn how the different electronic components work.  Bring a little imagination and get ready to “Fly with Sciensational.”

*Campers who sign up for both the morning and afternoon session in a given week may bring a lunch and stay through the lunch hour for free.

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SCIENSATIONAL: SPACE NINE 3-IN-1 All-TERRAIN ROBOT *NEW*

Dates: Monday to Friday, July 16 to 20
Time: 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Location: Arboretum
Ages: 8 to 12
Cost: $161

Wow!  Picture this on Mars: The Space 9 3-in-1 all-terrain Martian Robot will be able to do so many fantastic things.  Campers will build this and take it home.  It will take up so much less space on its way to Mars.  This amazing robot has its own controller.  It can travel on rough surfaces.  It can grip objects and can be a fork lift.  Campers just make some simple changes.  This robot is so cool that different parts move as if it is dancing.  You control this.  Participants will also be able to build other robots working in small groups.  Build a Sumo Wrestler, have Tug-of-War events, and make these robots do creative tasks for you.  Robots in this portion of the workshop will not be taken home.  Be part of Robot Technology the Sciensational Way.

*Campers who sign up for both the morning and afternoon session in a given week may bring a lunch and stay through the lunch hour for free.

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A;; Terraom Tracler

Build and take home your very own All-Terrain Tracker Vehicle!

SCIENSATIONAL: THE ALL-TERRAIN TRACKER *NEW*

Dates: Monday to Friday, July 30 to August 3
Time: 12:45 PM to 3:45 PM
Location: Arboretum
Ages: 7 to 11
Cost: $155

How about some land rover excitement?  Build and take home your very own All-Terrain Tracker Vehicle!  It travels the rough terrain overcoming objects in its path.  Sciensational Workshops will bring its own course for you to conquer.  Sand, stones, twigs, and balls will all be part of the challenge.  How about a timed race?  Campers will also learn about gears.  Work in a group with your new friends as you design a robot you can control.  Build a Sumo wrestler and be part of our battle box events.

This camp has loads of fun and education in store the Sciensational way!

*Campers who sign up for both the morning and afternoon session in a given week may bring a lunch and stay through the lunch hour for free.

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Learn to Golf
Learn to Bowl

Do you enjoy golf and bowling?  Then this is the camp for you!

SPORTS FOR A LIFETIME CAMP: Learn to Golf & Bowl

Date: Monday through Friday, August 13 to 17
Time: 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM
Location: Deer Path Park
Ages: entering grades 5 to 12
Cost: $322 with bowling ball or bag & shoes or $270 for camp only

This camp is taught by professionals who will teach your child to golf and bowl!  We will meet at Deer Path Park and travel by County van to Heron Glen Golf Course in Ringoes.  Heron Glen offers a driving range with both grass and mat hitting areas and a large putting green.  After a week of practice, we will play some holes on Friday.  Each day we will head back to Deer Path to eat lunch, brought from home. 

Next we will head up to Oakwood Lanes in Washington to learn how to bowl.  This state-of-the-art, 26-lane bowling alley is complete with electronic scoring.  Their professional, attentive staff will ensure that your child has a great bowling experience. 

For maximum comfort, you can purchase a bowling ball or bag and shoes for your child (additional $52).  Just when you think the fun is over, we will stop for ice cream on the way back (our treat)! 

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Become a C.I.T. with Hunterdon County Parks
Performance Camp Volunteers… a lifetime of memories!

COUNSELORS-IN-TRAINING (CITs) for RECREATION CAMPS

This is a volunteer opportunity for teens entering 9th through 12th grades. Counselors-in-Training (CITs) will be selected for Performance Camp, Craft Camp, Art Camp, and Sciensational Camps.  Teens will assist counselors in many aspects of running camp.  This is a great opportunity for on-the-job experience and a boost for your résumé.  There will be a mandatory CIT training on Monday, June 11, 6:00 PM to 9:30 PM at the Arboretum. 

To apply: submit an Individual Volunteer Application with an attached recommendation from a teacher or employer.  You can pick up an application at the Arboretum or on our website on our Volunteer Opportunities page.

Contact: Liz Fulmer, lfulmer@co.hunterdon.nj.us or (908) 782-1158. 

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