The TASP Leader in Training (LIT) Program gives 14 to 17 year-olds the opportunity to further their Tabor Summer experience by helping them to transition from campers to potential staff members. The program consists of leadership training, team building, trips, group discussions, and a major/minor program that allows LITs to learn about the various programs offered during a typical summer.

The third and fourth summers of the program allow each of our leaders to move from followership to leading others. LITs will continue building on previous aspects of the program and hone skills and strengthen weaknesses that they have identified.

We are very appreciative of your interest in the LIT 3 and 4 program. Please take the time to fill out the questions below and remember to submit them before leaving this page. 

Once you have filled it out, you will be notified by the summer program if you are accepted to years 3 and 4. 

Former campers who were looking to join the old CIT program or were a CIT 1 last summer, are invited to apply for the new LIT 3 and 4 program. 

Name

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* 1. Name

Date of birth

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* 2. Date of birth

Years spent at camp (please indicate whether this time was at TASP or not)

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* 3. Years spent at camp (please indicate whether this time was at TASP or not)

Mailing address

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* 4. Mailing address

Email

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* 5. Email

Day or Residential?

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* 6. Day or Residential?

Areas of interest (click all that apply)

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* 7. Areas of interest (click all that apply)

Reflecting on your previous camp experience (or something similar), select an event or situation where a leader (counselor, activity head, adult, cabin head, etc.) impacted you in a positive or negative way. What did you take away from the situation? How, as a potential leader in training, would you have handled the situation?

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* 8. Reflecting on your previous camp experience (or something similar), select an event or situation where a leader (counselor, activity head, adult, cabin head, etc.) impacted you in a positive or negative way. What did you take away from the situation? How, as a potential leader in training, would you have handled the situation?

Why do you feel you are ready to further develop your leadership skills? 

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* 9. Why do you feel you are ready to further develop your leadership skills? 

What leadership skill would you most want to work on and why? 

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* 10. What leadership skill would you most want to work on and why? 

What leadership skill is your greatest strength and why?

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* 11. What leadership skill is your greatest strength and why?

Any additional comments?

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* 12. Any additional comments?

Thank you for your responses!

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