2019 MTC CIT Application
The MTC CIT Program is designed to train and transform our high school students into confident leaders and outstanding individuals - high standards held by the MYT staff.

The program runs during the first session of summer and is offered at no cost to accepted participants. During the session, CITs choreograph a dance, plan a game, and organize a craft, and help block the show. CITs are given "buddies" (campers) to help during the day and will work closely with a staff mentor. Applicants must be entering grades 9-12 and be an active member of the Meriden Youth Theatre. 8th graders may apply, but priority will be given to high school students. The number of accepted CITs is dependent on registration numbers for first session. Space in the program is limited and therefore only a few applicants are selected each year. Prior participation does not guarantee a spot this year, nor will 2018 CITs be given an advantage over new applicants in the selection process.

Applications are due April 1st. Accepted students will be notified via email by May 1st.
Questions? Email Joe, CIT Program Director at joblon@meridenymca.org.

Name *
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Student Email, Parent Email *
Your answer
Grade entering in the Fall *
The program is designed for participants entering grades 9-12. While 8th graders may apply, priority is given to 9-12th graders.
Tell us about your favorite MYT memory or experience *
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What does MYT mean to you? *
How has MYT changed you as an individual? What have you learned? Provide us with some examples.
Your answer
Why do you want to be a MTC CIT? *
What is it you hope to learn or gain from this experience?
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CITs work with our younger campers. Give an example of when you taught or helped an elementary student. *
Have you ever helped someone younger at MYT? Baby sit? Volunteer at church? Etc.
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CITs are role models. How are you a role model to your peers at MYT rehearsals? *
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For past CITs only: Why do you want to be a CIT again? What is one thing you will work to improve this year?
Examples are always helpful!
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What do you want to learn most? *
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