Ashland University Recreation Services has scheduled plenty of week-lengthy Summer Youth Camps that will probably be held throughout June and July this summer. The camps are for youngsters ages 5 to 12 years outdated, whereas a brand new Counselor-in-Training program for youngsters ages 13 to 16 additionally will probably be held.
The AU Camp Theme Weeks and dates embrace: Sports & Activities I – June 17-21; Challenge Week – June 24-28; Sports & Activities II – July Eight-12; Adventure Week – July 15-19; Sports & Activities III – July 22-26; and Explorer’s Week – July 29-Aug 2. The Counselor-in-Training program will probably be held ongoing all through all of the weeks of the camps.
These camps present kids the chance to take part in numerous actions that train them teamwork and emphasize the significance of bodily exercise in residing a wholesome life. All camps are held within the Arthur L. and Maxine Sheets Rybolt Sport Sciences and Recreation Center on the AU campus.
The Counselor-in-Training (CIT) program is an academic program with particular goals designed to develop technical expertise and communication expertise essential to turn into an efficient camp counselor. The CITs assist in all facets of main video games, actions, snacks and crafts, together with set-up and clear-up. CITs function constructive position fashions to youthful campers to assist create a constructive and energetic atmosphere for the camp neighborhood. CITs should not paid and are anticipated to take part in all camp video games and actions. Counselors in Training are typically 13 to 16 years outdated on the time of camp. All CIT candidates ought to present a powerful curiosity of working with kids and possess maturity, flexibility, a powerful work ethic and the flexibility to have enjoyable.
The Recreation Center has one multi-objective and two basketball courts, climbing and bouldering partitions, a golf simulator, two racquetball courts, an aerobics room, a 5,000 sq. foot health middle and weight room, recreation room and tools take a look at space, swimming pool, sauna, whirlpool and juice bar. The second stage provides a 3-lane jogging monitor that overlooks the gymnasium space.
Additional info on the particular camps can be found on-line at: https://www.ashland.edu/student-affairs/getting-involved/recreational-services/community-programming/summer-youth-camps .
Interested candidates can contact Assistant Director of Programs Krista Chauvin at 419-207-6174 for an utility or a web-based registration type is offered at: https://www.ashland.edu/student-affairs/sites/ashland.edu.student-affairs/files/2019_youth_summer_camp_final.pdf
For additional questions, contact Rec Services at 419.289.5440 or by e-mail at email@example.com.