What does CIT stand for?

CIT is short for Counselor in Training. Our CIT program is designed for teens, ages 13 to 17, who are interested in developing leadership and communication skills, participating in outdoor adventures, and having fun. Each week CITs assist a day camp group as they go swimming, hiking, boating, fishing, create arts and crafts projects, play creative group games, participate in exciting field trips, and explore the outdoors. The CIT program is ideal for those teens who have aged out of the traditional day camp program, yet still want to participate in all the fun that the program offers. Participation in the CIT program is not a guarantee of employment. CITs may request a letter acknowledging their volunteer hours from either the lead counselor or the camp coordinator.

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1. Will my child receive a camp t-shirt?
2. Who supervises Lake Poway Day Camp?
3. How many days per camp week do campers get to swim?
4. If I have questions about Lake Poway Day Camp who should I call?
5. Does my child need to bring a lunch to camp?
6. Does my child need to wear closed toe shoes?
7. What if my child is still learning how to swim?
8. What if my child doesn’t enjoy competitive games and sports?
9. Who is on-site at camp if there is an emergency?
10. How do you help protect campers from the sun during camp?
11. How do you deal with the heat during camp?
12. What if my child needs medication at camp?
13. How are camp groups organized?
14. Can I send a family friend or babysitter to pick up my child from camp?
15. What if I can’t pick my child up by 4 p.m.?
16. What time do I need to drop my child off for camp in the morning?
17. Does Lake Poway Day Camp offer discounts?
18. How do you screen your camp staff?
19. What does CIT stand for?
20. What does LPDC stand for?