Camping. Monday , April 23rd , 2018 - 18:18:28 PM
First you need to do some research in order to make a good decision about what camp fits your goals and developmental needs. Determine how much time and money you have available to devote to the camp environment. What are your immediate officiating goals? There are basically two kinds of camps: teaching camps and exposure camps. Both are valuable and have their place but you need to understand the difference so your experience is both rewarding and beneficial.
Camps should have at least a 40% to 60% return staff ratio which shows that the camp is seen as a good place to spend a summer. Specialty overnight camps can range from $500 to $1000 per week depending on the program. Most camp counselors are in their late teens or early twenties and are high school and college students on their summer break.
I won‘t attempt to recommend one camp over another. Rather I‘ll give you a checklist on how to choose a camp. If you will follow this simple method you can use it to choose a camp or clinic for years to come.
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