Summer Leadership Camps
At the Y, we believe leadership is a skill that can be learned and is essential for success in life. We understand that developing and practicing these skills early is necessary for teens to recognize their full potential. Y Summer Leadership Camps place teens in a supportive group setting where they can practice leading peers and others. Campers leave better prepared to lead in their schools, churches, and communities.
However, because your teen is still a camper, there is always time for them to participate in fun camp activities. Leadership campers will have the opportunity to visit most of the typical camp activities.
Have a question? We are happy to help!
Contact our Camp Registrar, Shellye Wilson:
208 344 5502 ext 250
These camps are proudly funded by:
Aspiring Leaders (ages 13-14)Aspiring Leaders (AL) is the first of a three-tiered leadership program at Y Camp that instills campers with the confidence and compassion it takes to be a leader. This introductory leadership program helps teens identify and begin to cultivate leadership skills such as listening, public speaking, positive role modeling, and peer guidance. Through group discussions…
Color War WeekendWould you like to extend your camper’s experience? New this year, Y Camp offers Color War Weekend Sessions to combine two consecutive weeks of camp! Color War Weekend Sessions allow campers to relax and refuel in preparation for their next fun-filled week of Y Camp. During Color War Weekend Sessions, campers stay in cabins with…
Counselor in Training (15-16, approval required)Approval is required prior to registration of Counselor in Training (CIT) participants. Applications must be submitted to the summer camp director. Applicants must have completed the Leaders in Training Program and be invited to apply by the Summer Camp Director OR be 16 years old and completed an application. Download CIT Application here » The…
Leaders in Training (Ages 14-15)The Leader in Training (LIT) program is open to campers who are 14 and have completed the Aspiring Leaders Program OR are 15 years old. The LIT program takes a deeper look into leadership, challenging teens to practice creativity, manage a project as a team and begin to identify which leadership skills they are already…