Camp Mac - Staff

Staff

A large number of the staff are adults while the other half are returning campers. At the end of their last summer term, sixteen campers, eight girls and eight boys are chosen to become CITs (Counselors in Training). CITs help out with their counselor superiors and help lead their assigned group to their next activity. If they do their job well, they can return and become Junior counselors and so forth until they become Senior Counselors. Junior and Senior Counselors run the courses and Activities offered at Camp Mac. One CIT, Junior Counselor, and Senior Counselor is assigned to each Cabin.

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