Counselor Training Program

"Someday, when I am a counselor I will share everything I learn with campers and help them the same way so many people have helped me."

The Counselor Training Program provides Counselors-In-Training with a summer filled with new learning and understanding for each other and diabetes management. Many Camp Joslin and Clara Barton Camp staff members describe their time at this program as "the best summer" of their lives.

Upon successful completion of the CIT program, teens may apply as a Junior Counselor, which is a paid position, the following summer. The Junior Counselor position is an extension of the CIT program, in that the Junior Counselor is still in the "learning" mode. While males are housed at Camp Joslin and females at Clara Barton Camp, those accepted into the CIT program will learn counseling skills as they relate to both of the residential camps, Barton Day Camp, and the community. The program provides the skills needed to be great counselors!

Clara Barton Camp — Counselors-In-Training Program

Group A: June 24th - July 21st, 2017
Group B: July 22nd - August 18th, 2017
Cost: $2,535 + $50 Registration
Financial assistance may be available.
Girls, Age 16 by the first day of their CIT session

The Counselors-In-Training (CIT) Program is aimed at young women who demonstrate a belief in the mission of diabetes camping and a desire to work with children.  Participation develops and equips young women with effective counseling/leadership, communication, and problem-solving skills.  Counselors-In-Training are chosen for this program after completing a CIT application, interview, and review of references.

Camp Joslin — Counselors-In-Training Program

Group A: June 24th - July 21st, 2017
Group B: July 22nd - August 18th, 2017

Cost: $2,535 + $50 Registration 
Financial assistance may be available.
Boys, Age 16 by the first day of their CIT session

The Counselors-In-Training (CIT) Program is aimed at young men who demonstrate a belief in the mission of diabetes camping and a desire to work with children.  Participation develops and equips young men with effective counseling/leadership, communication, and problem-solving skills.  Counselors-In-Training are chosen for the program after completing a CIT application, interview, and review of references.