Register for Leadership 101


Leaders for tomorrow...

Leadership 101 is for ages 13-15. While our younger campers our enjoying the highlight of their summer our Leadership 101 campers are engaged in leadership development and team building exercises. Leadership 101 provides youth with the tools to return to camp in subsequent years as outstanding counselors and as phenomenal leaders in their communities outside of Cabins4Kids.

We require all of our counselors to have participated in at least one summer's Leadership 101 training prior to being charged with the responsibility to lead a young Cabins4Kids camp group. 

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As a participant in Cabins4Kids events, you have the responsibility of representing Cabins4Kids to the public. You are expected to conduct yourself in a manner that will bring honor to you, your family, and Cabins4Kids. To do that you must: 1) Attend all sessions in the planned program. If you are unable to attend please tell the adult in charge. 2) Follow hours and room rules established before the event begins and you are responsible to know the rules for each event. 3) Dress appropriately for each event. The adults in charge should have guidelines to help you. 4) Be responsible to know and use language and manners appropriate for Cabins4Kids. 5) Be in the assigned program area (for example: dorms, cabins, motels, etc.) at all times. 6) Know that the use of tobacco, alcohol and nonprescribed drugs is illegal and prohibited at Cabins4Kids events. 7) Model respect for other persons, facilities and vehicles. You will be personally responsible for any damage caused as a result of your behavior. 8) Help other members in your group have a pleasant experience by making every attempt to include all participants in activities. 9) Know that harassment of any type is illegal and prohibited at all Cabins4Kids events. 10) By typing the camper's name below I, and my camper, acknowledge that we have read the Cabins4Kids Youth Code of Conduct and agree to live up to the expectations. We realize that the failure to do so could result in loss of privileges during the event and/or in the future.