2013 Summer information coming soon!
Camp Laurel is located on 380 rolling, wooded acres
surrounding our beautiful private lake in Lebanon, CT. The camp is
licensed by the State of Connecticut and accredited by the American Camp
Association, thereby ensuring quality program, administration, staff,
For an example of the programs offered last summer, choose
Leadership Opportunities for Older Girls
Counselor-in-Training (CIT) - Join this leadership program if you are interested in working at camp in the future. In this program you will begin to learn methods for working with children, planning and implementing programs, and expanding your team building and outdoor skills. You will create a portfolio of information, songs, games, and other program ideas to take with you. This is a four-week program. This program is for girls ages 15 and up. Girls will return home each Saturday and return each Sunday.
Wrangler-in-Training (WIT) - Join this leadership program if you are interested in working at the Laurel Stables in the future. This program is for girls ages 16 and up. In this program you will expand your own horseback riding skills while you learn different instruction methods, how to plan and implement lessons for younger riders, and stable management. You will create a portfolio of information, lessons, skill builders, and other program ideas to take with you. This is a four-week program. Girls will return home each Saturday and return each Sunday.
Financial Assistance - Camperships are available on a limited basis. The $20 deposit is required to process the camp registration; however, if your camper is not granted financial assistance, the deposit will be refunded. If you have questions about the deposit fee, please call the Registration Department at (800) 922-2770.
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Volunteer and Employment Opportunities - We are
looking for your special skills, spirit, and appreciation of children.
Camp programs include swimming, hiking, campers, nature, sports, games,
horseback riding, dramatics, singing, boating, cookouts, canoeing, and
living in the outdoors. Enjoy the fun and rewards of meeting and
working with other adults and children in the outdoors. Adults will
receive training in outdoor skills, teamwork, health, and safety
standards. To find out more and to download an application, visit the summer camp employment page. For information on volunteering and an application, click here.
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