2014 Nashua Valley Council CIT Application

Join the CIT Program – Nashua Valley Council has earned an enviable reputation over the past years by providing boys with a great camping experience. The CIT program builds upon the leadership skills learned via the Scouting program. Through the CIT program, Scouts will be prepared to take on leadership roles within their Scouting unit.

Scouts will participate in the program for 4 weeks:
-All Scouts will participate at Camp Wanocksett during training & camp set-up from June 21-27. (School Snow days can be worked around)
-Scout will then participate in one week of the Boy Scout program, one week in the Cub Scout program, and one final week of their choosing.

The total cost of the program for 2014 is $250. This includes all room & board. This amount is not due until acceptance to the program has been confirmed. Fees will be collected at the CIT orientation meeting on May 19th.

The requirements are stiff; the job demanding; the experience exhilarating!

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    Employment Requirements

    1. Be a registered member of the Boy Scouts of America 2. Age: Be at least 14 years of age by the start of the camp season (June 20, 2014) 3. Be at least a First Class Scout or Venturer and uphold the ideals expressed in the Scout Oath and Law. 4. Have a Unit Leader appraisal submitted after you complete this application. An appraisal will be sent to the unit leader you provide in the application.

    Application Process

    1. Complete & submit this application prior to April 15, 2014. 2. Applicants will be contacted regarding interviews after a completed application is on file. 3. Attend an interview on April 28, 2014 at the Council Service Center in Lancaster, MA. Interviews will be scheduled by the CIT Director. 4. A CIT orientation meeting will be held for accepted CITs on May 19, 2014. At this meeting fees will be collected. Questions can be directed via email to cit@campwanocksett.org.

    Applicants are not required to give any information of this form that is prohibited by Federal, State or local law. This application will be given every consideration, but its receipt does not imply that the applicant will be employed. Applicants accepted for employment are on a trial basis with a probationary period and if in our judgment it is found that the employee is not adaptable to the work assigned, or that information has been misrepresented, the engagement may be terminated without other reason. In connection with your application for employment, an investigation may be made requesting information as to character, general reputation, personal, characteristics, and mode of living.