FAQs – CITs
Interested in becoming a Counselor-In-Training (CIT)? Being a counselor at the A/U Ranches is one of the most gratifying and rewarding opportunities. It will provide you with skills and training that will benefit you thoughout life, no matter what your career path. To prepare to be a counselor, we invite 16 and 17 year old students to apply to the CIT program.
Responsibilities of a CIT
- Cabin – CITs help provide an uplifting, fun, and inclusive atmosphere for campers to live and play in. They help to facilitate cabin activities and to make campers feel comfortable and at home.
- Program – CITs serve as a role model and help fellow counselors facilitate program activities. They act as leaders, take initiative, encourage, and help support campers in program activities that may be new and challenging. CITs will be asked during the application process for their top 3 program choices.
- Lodge – CITs wash dishes after meals and work with lodge managers to keep the lodge clean and orderly.