Over the years we’ve been very involved with The American Camp Association. And to add to that, now our Program Director Casey Tucker has taken on some volunteer leadership roles with the organization.
Earlier this summer Program Director Casey Tucker presented at CampCon and soaked in lots of learning from the other presenters. Read all about it in today’s blog.
Our Leaders-In-Training led a Vespers this summer. In it, they shared their own feelings about being an LIT and what it meant to them. They also made up a song that the whole camp loved!
The wonderful Teresa Padgett joins our Administrative Team as the new Leadership Program Director. Join us in welcoming her!
Each summer our Junior Counselors (JCs) lead one of our Vespers. We hold four Vespers events each summer, happening on Sundays at four in the afternoon, and intended as a time for non-denominational and non-religious reflection and group introspection. When any group leads the Vespers, it’s their chance to shine, to lead, to help guide […]
♫ We are the shining, golden LITs of Alleghany — we jump around and have fun while we’re learning! We will be leaders soon, and JCs by next June, but for now we are the golden LITs of Alleghany. ♫ — The LIT Song As you may have seen from our blog posts throughout the […]
This year we’re dedicating two weeks to our job recruitment and camp industry jobs focus for counselors. It’s #ghanyjobsweek and #ghanyjobstwoweeks !
On Tuesday I announced that we’re doing our 3rd annual Ghany Jobs Week this week and next (#ghanyjobsweek2019) with tips about camp counselor jobs, leadership jobs at camp, and insights on how to best do the job of counselor. I also mentioned that I wanted to make some critical comments on the article written by […]
Looking for a great summer job? We’re hiring for 1-2 camp photographers who will work at telling our story, organizing our photo/video assets, and doing some social media.
The CAAA has a matching funds challenge through 2018. Help bring camp to another girl who otherwise wouldn’t be able to enjoy the wonders of summer camp.