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A Future Stars Day Camp Cedar Cre

A Future Stars Day Camp Cedar Cre

Future Stars Day Camp Cedar Cre

Future Stars Day campers experienced an immersive workshop teaching them the basics of tomorrow’s careers. Future Stars celebrated its fourth year of summer camp with an all-day career expo where students learned about future careers and how to prepare for them.

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Our summer staff hiring process goes like this: First, we recruit awesome college students to apply. Then they send an application, background check information, and three references: one from a spiritual leader, one from a teacher, and one from their choosing. They finally have an interview with the Cedar Crest Program Director and if they are hired they participate in staff training. This includes safety/safe sanctuary procedures, CPR/First-Aid for the Professional Rescuer, child behavior through different stages of development, faith formation benchmarks, learning the summer schedule, and how to be the best counselor ever.

Summer Place. The University of Hartford offers four exciting summer camp programs for children from pre-school through twelfth grade. Each program is unique, yet all share a common commitment to excellence in curriculum, staff, and facilities. All programs are based on the premise that learning and fun go hand in hand! Summer Place - First through ninth graders. Offered in three two-week sessions. Summer Place Leaders In Training - Tenth and eleventh graders. Offered in three two-week sessions. Kinderplace & Li'l Place - For preschool children . iversity of Hartford, 200 Bloomfield Avenue, West Hartford, CT 06117. (Source: www.ct.gov)

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Parents should check the State of Connecticut Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) website for updates. IT is assumed that all activities have been cancelled including camps, fairs and festivals, though some camps may offer virtual experiences. However, you may use the contact information provided to check with individual venues and providers. Camp/Programs that have notified us of virtual offerings will be noted with an asterisk *

Camp Jewell YMCA � Our nationally-known resident camp program provides youth ages 7-16 with an opportunity to feel a part of something bigger than themselves. To many youth, the world of today can seem overwhelmingly complicated to navigate. Camp Jewell reminds them all that success boils down to surrounding yourself with good people who actively show caring toward one another. Campers learn that every challenge is easier when you are confident in who you are as a person, and that this confidence comes from knowing you are truly cared about by more than just your immediate family. Colebrook, CT � (Source: www.ct.gov)

 

 

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