CIT - Campers In Training were simply too young to be hired as staff but were older high school girls who fully intended to be counselors when age appropriate. They paid for their training which was primarily the responsibility of the CIT director. CITs stayed together in a cabin without a counselor and took on various daily jobs around camp. The also had daily meeting/classes covering things from camp history to first aid, planning camp activities and a host of other topics that would help them when they became counselors. Two groups of CITs were selected each summer for four weeks of training.