Making Camp Sticky

When summer-camp sessions end, most directors make the mistake of thinking their job is complete. They brag about how summer camp makes lifelong memories and has a positive impact on kids when they return home. But all of the responsibility for that happening is put on the campers.   Even when kids have a great time at camp, their parents often don’t know how to talk to them about it. Parents ask the wrong questions, receive short answers, and eventually give …

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One comment on “Making Camp Sticky

  1. Patrick Kennedy on said:

    Excellent post. Never thought of the parents sending thank you’s to counsellors’ parents.

    Well done.

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