An overnight camp for girls and boys ages 8 to 16,
with a commitment to a diverse community


                         

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Forms and Process

Applying to be a CiT is easy and getting accepted into the program is just one additional step for any individual who has already been to Hawkeye as a camper. To apply simply fill out the CiT Application listed below indicating your session of interest and have a parent sign the application and pay the deposit. The next step is a CiT Interview with the camp director which lasts about 45 minutes. If the interview is successful the payment is deposited and the CiT registered.

For any individual who has not already attended Hawkeye as a camper the same steps as above apply and in addition a completed Recommendation Form must be returned along with the Application

CiT Application Forms

 CiT Application          Instructions                  UK CiT Appplication     UK Instructions

                     

Sample Schedule       Recommendation         Program Description    Rates and Dates

                                

CiT Welcome Forms

  CiT Apprentice Choice             CiT Code of Conduct                      CiT Goals

                                       

  CiT Supervisor Letter                  Travel Plans                   Treatment Consent Form

                                                       

         Health Form                    Incidentals Account               International Insurance
                                                                                              Policy Release

                                                       

        Liability Waiver                          Packing List                        Photo Release

                                                       

  Release Authorization

       
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“{T}he boys are both home albeit fast asleep having had a fantastic summer with you again—they can’t wait for next year! Thanks again for looking after them and giving them memories they will never forget, they can’t imagine life without camp now.”

Mother – Northampton, England