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Counselor-in-Training Coordinator Posted Mar 25
Chewonki Foundation , Wiscasset, ME (Mid-coast region)
The Counselor-in-Training Coordinator (CIT Coordinator) is a member of the camp coordinator team and is responsible for planning and implementing Camp Chewonki’s CIT program. Camp Chewonki requires a highly motivated and well trained staff to deliver a rigorous and engaging curriculum. The CIT program is a critical pipeline for providing top candidates for positions across the summer staff and beyond. The CIT Coordinators will work together to plan a progression for the summer that trains CITs to deliver Chewonki’s mission (growth, nature, community), collaborate with peers to educate and care for participants, and prepare for and lead a safe and successful wilderness trip. The CIT Coordinator is expected to support the growth and development of all CITs in attaining their personal best as an educator, caretaker, and future employees.

Position Title: CIT Coordinator
Employment Category: Category H/Seasonal
Permanent/Temporary: Seasonal – June 13 – August 18, 2020
Reports to: Camp Director & Wilderness Trip Manager
Exempt/Non-exempt: Exempt
Benefits Eligible: No

To Apply: Please visit the Chewonki Employment Opportunities page at this link ( for a complete position description and application instructions. Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis. The position is posted until filled.

Camp Chewonki ( consists of three separate programs: Camp Chewonki for Boys, Camp Chewonki for Girls, and Camp Chewonki Wilderness Trips. Founded in 1915, Chewonki was founded on a love for ecology, wildlife, and learning about the relationship between humans and the world around us. We celebrate the power of unplugging from ordinary life and plunging into the rivers, lakes, mountains, woods, and coastline of Maine and eastern Canada, and of cultivating leadership skills, community, and self-discovery among campers and wilderness trip participants along the way.

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