Camping. Tuesday , April 24th , 2018 - 09:57:10 AM
Summer Camp Locations. Whether you are preferring a camp to get enrolled in or you are willing to work with as a trainer you may have to decide the location. Suppose you give your preference to iD Tech Camps which is America‘s number one camp option there are camp locations such as Columbus Summer Camps or Midwest Summer Camps to choose from.
Health Concerns and Safety. If your teen has any health concerns such as allergies asthma etc. be sure that the youth camp staff is aware of these. Again most summer youth camp registration forms will have a section for you to provide this information. Also be sure that any medications your youth needs are sent to the camp along with them. You may be able to pack them in their bag but some camps will not allow a teen to keep their medications in and around the bunk. If possible place the medications in the original containers then pack them all together in a clear plastic bag that is properly labeled. This would not apply to emergency inhalers but it is something to clear up with the camp staff before your teen leaves for summer youth camp.
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.
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