When many of the sessions do their co-prefs tonight, visit this the age old debate of counselor vs. specialist will be highlighted once again. In this article, treat Bubbles gives her thoughts on her different experiences as both a counselor and a specialist. Read on to see how the two roles differ in their responsibilities, pharm but also how both contribute greatly to the experience of camp.
1. The “mom/dad” at camp.
2. A volunteer who supervises a unit of campers with another counselor, as well as program and direct activities for their specific unit.
The Unit 3 counselors did a great job programming unit night! They really got to their campers’ yoke last night.
1. The “cool aunt/uncle” at camp.
2. A volunteer who focuses on and is skilled in a specific rotation, or activity, such as archery, pool, arts & crafts, dance, mountain biking, alpine, nature/fishing, or I-games.
Unit 12’s boys love going to Dance because the specialists are so fun! More