COUNSELOR APPLICATION
FLUMC counselors help carry out the curriculum and activities developed by the Dean and Camping Coordinators. Counselors facilitate family groups, organize group games, lead worship, and interact with the campers throughout the entirety of the week. Counselors will have to obtain Safe Sanctuary training, and it is expected that a counselor can commit to the full length of the camp, including staff training days which take place the day before campers arrive at the camp.
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Which age group(s) are you interested in? *
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Age (and grade if you are still in school) *
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Did you apply to be a counselor last year? *
Provide a reference name and phone number (i.e. youth group leaders, employers, etc)
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Provide a second reference name and phone number
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What experience do you have with FLUMC or the Yellowstone conference?
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What relevant skills and certifications do you have? (i.e. first aid, CPR, music, bible study, etc.)
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What prior similar experience do you have? (i.e. volunteer opportunities, leadership positions, etc.)
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What involvement do you have within your local church, if any?
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What is your favorite thing about camp?
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Why do you want to be a counselor?
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Describe your faith or spiritual experience.
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In one word, what does camp mean to you?
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Counselor In Training (CIT) Program: Flathead Camp offers an opportunity to gain camp counseling skills while actually being a part of Tween Camp Staff. Part of your camp day will involve learning and sharing with an experienced Camp Counselor and the rest of the day you are a part of the Tween Camp program. Counselor in Training Experience is recommended for any first time camp staffer from age 13-18. A Dean may ask you to consider doing the CIT experience if you have applied as a Counselor and have not completed CIT.
Have you been through the CIT program before?
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