The Virginia Cooperative Extension is now accepting applications for teenagers interesting in serving as Teen Counselors and Counselors-in-Training for the 4-H Junior Summer Camp this summer.
The week-long, residential summer camp program is available to York County and the City of Poquoson residents ages 9- to 13-years-old. Local youth receive countless opportunities to develop independence, responsibility and life skills at 4-H camp.
Days in the program are filled with camp classes, unstructured recreation and swim time, flag ceremonies, evening programs, campfires and more.
This year’s camp will be held Aug. 2-6 at the Jamestown 4-H Educational Center in James City County. More information about camp can be found by visiting the 4-H Youth Development page.
Applications and references for teen counselor positions are due by Jan. 29.
To apply, click on the links below to download an application.
- 2021 4-H Junior Summer Camp Teen Counselor Application for teens ages 15- 18-years-old.
- 2021 4-H Junior Summer Camp Teen Counselor Reference Form can be downloaded via email for references.
- 2021 4-H Junior Summer Camp Counselor-in-Training (CIT) Application for teens 14-years-old between Oct. 1, 2020 and Sept. 30, 2021.
More information and registration forms are available on the Cooperative Extension website.
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