Yoetz is our Counselor in Training (CIT) program for youth who will be entering 9th or 10th grade in the fall. Information on this page is from summer 2014. Information on summer 2015 will be available in January.
Become a counselor-in-training (CIT)! You’ll learn to lead both younger children and your own peers. The CIT program grows much more than just a camp counselor. The program is a rigorous and challenging adventure that will give you the skills to deal effectively with people of all ages, and the chance to practice these skills in a supportive setting generous with both feedback and mentorship—all the ingredients for you to develop the life skills you’ll need to succeed at school, in the workplace, and maybe even at home.
CITs will receive certification in CPR and First Aid and earn 120 hours of community service for school for each completed session.
Note: Fees for Yoetz must be paid in full at the time of registration. Enroll early! Spaces are limited.
Dates & Times
- Session 1: 6/16-7/10 (no camp 7/4)
- Session 2: 7/14-8/8
Cost per 4-week session is $310 JCC members, $355 non-members.
Jason Goldstein, the JCC's Teen Services Director, oversees Yoetz. Jason has been at the JCC since 2008. He has a bachelors degree in Communication Studies with a minor in Public Relations, and is completing his masters degree in Business Administration. Jason works at the JCC year-round and is in charge of teen programming as well as running the JCC's Teen Lounge.