Teen leader in training program - all camps
Our Leader-In-Training (LIT) program for teens aged 13-16 builds leadership skills that they’ll use throughout their lives to help themselves and others identify and achieve goals. This program is offered at all five YMCA of Southern Maine camps.
Each three-week session gives teens the chance to gain valuable knowledge through the Y’s skill-based, leadership training process, while building confidence by helping others.
There are three components to our skill-based, leadership training process:
- We help young people figure out what good leaders do and say.
- We give teens lots of opportunities to practice doing and saying these things.
- We make it fun!
All LIT campers will have the opportunity to improve their counseling skills by working with groups of kids throughout the summer.
BEFORE & AFTER CARE
We understand that many parents need a safe, enriching place for their children outside of regular camp hours (9:00 am - 4:00 pm). Extended care is provided at no additional charge each day from 7:30 - 9:00 am and 4:00 - 5:30 pm. (Camp Sokokis Before Care starts at 7:00am and After Care runs until 6:00pm.)
Camp Osprey - John Lee, firstname.lastname@example.org
Camp Pineland - Kara Phillips, email@example.com
Camp Sokokis - Danielle Cote, firstname.lastname@example.org
In-Town Camp - Emma Moser, email@example.com
Otter Pond - Liza Stratton, firstname.lastname@example.org
$380 per three-week session, per child, $50 due at registration. Note: All camps closed July 4th.
Register by May 1, receive $10 off each three-week session.
MULTIPLE SESSION INCENTIVE
Register by June 1 for all three LIT sessions, receive $10 off each session.
Register more than one child from the same family by June 1, weekly fees reduced by $10 per session per child for the second and every subsequent child attending the same camp session.
EXAMPLE: 1st child = $380; 2nd child = $370; 3rd child = $370
DISCOVER WHY EVERYBODY'S INVITED!
Financial Assistance & State Subsidy/Voucher Programs
At the Y, we believe all kids should have the opportunity to discover who they are and what they can achieve through programs like camp. That’s why we are committed to serving everyone, regardless of ability to pay. Financial assistance is available, using a sliding scale based on household income. No one is turned away, so please ask! We also accept Aspire and other State subsidies and vouchers. For more information, please click here.
It is only through the generous support of individuals, businesses, and organizations in our community that we are able to provide this need-based financial assistance. Because of their generosity, the YMCA of Southern Maine provided more than $1.2 million in financial assistance and program support to children last year, giving more children access to summer camp and other youth development programs that nurture their potential.
Please make all checks payable to: YMCA of Southern Maine
Please remember, until all required forms are completed and submitted, and required payments are made, your camp session is not secured. A $50 deposit per week is required to hold your camper's spot (non-refundable, non-transferable). This deposit will be applied to the cost of the camp. One child per form. Please complete all sections neatly.
Weekly balances are due in full the Wednesday before camp starts through an automatic draft payment (credit card or checking account). If an automatic payment is not possible, please contact the Camp Director. We want to work with all families and will not turn a child away due to financial need.
Checks, credit card payments, and bank account drafts returned to us by the bank will incur a $20 fee. If your payment is returned to us, all future payments must be made with cash, money order, or cashier's check.
Please contact the Camp Director if you have any questions.