What is a SIT?
The Servant in Training (SIT) program is designed for 15-18 year olds to serve at camp and gain an understanding of the various staff roles involved in running the summer program.
What does a SIT do?
SITs are paired with a counsellor and stay in a cabin with a group of kids for one or two weeks in a summer. SITs spend a portion of each day in various staff roles: program, maintenance, housekeeping and food servies. This program is a tremendous opportunity to develop a youth's leadership skills, service, and faith.
Do SITs go through any training?
We have a SIT training day in June to help prepare you to be a SIT. The date will be announced in the spring, but usually takes place on a Saturday in Saskatoon. Youth interested in becoming a SIT are encouraged to first participate in our Youth Leadership Training Camp.
How do I apply?
Download the appropriate application form and return it to Kinasao by May 15.
After you apply, we will confirm which weeks you are needed as a SIT. We'll also mail you a letter to take to your local Police or RCMP station to receive a Criminal Record Check free of charge. This check is mandatory in order for you to be a SIT. You'll also need to download and complete the Health Form and bring it to camp with you.
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