Develop your leadership potential and grow personally, spiritually and relationally.
High School Leadership Training programs challenge students to grow in all areas of life. Most importantly, a person’s leadership influence flows from a healthy and growing relationship with God and a clear understanding of our identity in Christ. Building upon a spiritual foundation, students will learn communication skills that will enhance their relationships with friends, family, and throughout their community. The training programs are for high school students who have completed their freshman or sophmore year.
- Grow in self-confidence
- Identify their unique strengths and leadership gifts
- Gain experience in team building, leading groups, communicating with confidence, conflict resolution, and goal setting
- On the job work training and experience in that area of focus
Download and complete the Facilitator-In-Training, Wranger-In-Training or Counselor-In-Training application (depending on your area of interest) and send to the Warm Beach Camp, Personnel Office.
- Contact the Personnel Department for more information or questions at 360-216-4262
Summer 2017 - The FIT program is a leadership training experience for high school age campers entering their junior or senior year. Warm Beach Camp's Facilitator in Training program prepares young people to be challenge course facilitators and recreation staff in a Christian summer camp environment.
Summer 2017 - For high school students who have completed their freshman or sophmore year. Students will participate in a leadership development program that will engage Counselors-In-Training (CIT) on leading games, leading or co-leading Bible studies, learning the ins and outs of event planning at Youth Camp, participating in staff meetings and staff development events, learning about their personality and leadership styles as they pertain to the group dynamic.
Summer 2017 - The Wrangler in Training (WIT) program combines training as a Wrangler and Counselor in a summer-long experience for high school age participants. WITs will gain valuable experience working with guests and campers involving safety, horsemanship instruction, group control, and horse care. WIT's apprentice alongside experienced horsemanship staff assisting with trail rides, riding lessons, and all manner of horse and facility care for the next five weeks.