Mariette Beaudoin. Camping. April 27th , 2018.
In addition to the two previously discussed camp types I want to point out two additional classifications: Classroom and Field Instruction. Due to the limited availability of spring football some camps are conducted in a classroom-only mode. Others guarantee live snaps on the field at colleges and universities when teams are conducting spring scrimmages. Both can be valuable learning experiences and I wanted to point out this difference as we discuss our checklist.
Camps can be a valuable resource for your improving your officiating skill set as well as providing opportunities for you to network with key decision-makers and gain much-needed exposure. As you progress in your officiating career not only will your goals and needs change; so will your expectations of each camp environment. If you reach a point where you feel the camps you are attending are not providing value or honing your skills you may need to seek other camps that can satisfy your expectations.
Summer‘s over and most parents and families are storing away memories of both summer and summer camp (if they attended of course). However there are many reasons to keep thinking about summer camps and camps in general. Don‘t put thoughts of camp on mothballs!
By getting involved in these places year round older children can set themselves up for summer job opportunities as summer camp instructors. For kids who love younger kids and have an eye on careers in education or that deal with children in other ways there is no better way imaginable to acquire important experience with children or develop important skills and experience.
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