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Leadership & CIT Camp
Weeks of June 24th and July 15th: $250/week

Discover the Leader Within at Donoma Gymnastics Leadership and CIT Camp!

Embark on a transformative journey at Donoma Gymnastics with our Leadership and Counselor-in-Training (CIT) Camp designed for young aspiring leaders aged 13 and 14. Nestled in the scenic town of Stow, MA, our camp offers an unparalleled opportunity to cultivate leadership skills, teamwork, and self-confidence through a curated program of interactive workshops, challenging activities, and real-world scenarios.

Our campers will engage in immersive leadership workshops, exploring various styles and ethical decision-making while enhancing their public speaking and conflict resolution skills through dynamic role-playing and debate sessions. They'll tackle outdoor challenges, participate in community service, and set personal goals in an environment that fosters growth and self-discovery.

At Donoma Gymnastics, we're not just about physical agility; we're committed to developing the whole person. Our experienced instructors provide a supportive and engaging environment where every camper can learn, grow, and step into their potential as a leader.

Join us this summer and step into your role as a confident, effective leader.


Spaces are limited, so secure your spot today and prepare for an unforgettable experience at Donoma Gymnastics Leadership and CIT Camp!

(For all future staff under the age of 18 years, this camp is a prerequisite to training and interviewing)

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Leadership Activities

  • Team-building exercises: Activities like trust falls and team sports foster teamwork, trust, and communication among participants.


  • Leadership workshops: These practical sessions, focused on different leadership styles, ethical decision-making, and conflict resolution, provide campers with tangible skills and understanding of various aspects of being a good leader.


  • Role-playing scenarios: Through role-playing, campers will practice handling real-life situations, such as resolving conflicts among peers or leading a team project.


  • Community service projects: Engaging in community service helps campers develop empathy, responsibility, and a sense of giving back, which are key qualities of a leader.


  • Public speaking practice: Campers will debate, give presentations, and use storytelling to enhance their communication skills and self-confidence.


  • Reflective journals: Campers keep a daily journal where they can reflect on their experiences, challenges, and learnings to develop self-awareness and introspection.


  • Goal-setting workshops: Teaching campers how to set, pursue, and achieve personal and team goals is crucial for developing their ability to lead and motivate.


  • Feedback and evaluation sessions: Regular feedback sessions where campers will give and receive constructive feedback on their performance to foster a culture of continuous improvement.


These activities will challenge campers and push them out of their comfort zones in a supportive environment, helping them grow as individuals and leaders.

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