Freedom's Junior Leadership Team is an opportunity for students in grades 6, 7 and 8 to be trained on how to become a leader in a camp setting. The Junior Leadership Team is an opportunity for students to gain valuable and life-long leadership skills.
What is the Junior Leadership Team?
Freedom’s Junior Leadership Team is an opportunity for students in grades 6,7 and 8 to be trained on how to become a leader in a camp setting. The Junior Leadership Team is an opportunity for students to gain valuable and life-long leadership skills.
What are the Qualifications to become a JLT?
Must be currently attending church on a regular basis
Letter of reference from a pastor.
Must attend a Plan to Protect training session on Friday, May 11 from 6:30-8:30pm
Must attend a camp training session, date is TBD
Must be entering grade seven
What does a JLT do?
A JLT’s role is to offer support and help to the staff, leaders, children and parents at Malcolm’s Kids Day Camp. If something needs to be done, a trusty JLT will get it done. No job is too big or too small for a faithful Junior Leader in Training.
What are the required training sessions for becoming a JLT?
There will be a MANDATORY training session before camp begins for all JLTs. This is necessary, because before a JLT can come to camp he/she must be familiar with camp rules and protocols. Also, all JLTs must be aware of what is expected from them at camp.
How do I become a JLT?
In order to become a JLT you must first apply. Fill out an online JLT application form and have your Pastoral Letter of reference to Miss Margaret no later than Monday April 8, 2019.
There are limited spaces for the JLT program. Priority will be given first to students who attend Freedom Church on a regular basis and show leadership potential. Next priority will be given to former Malcolm’s Kids Day Camp campers who have previously demonstrated leadership potential and who the camp staff deem suitable for such a program. All others are welcome to apply.
The JLT application for summer 2019 will be available in early February.
Questions? Email Margaret