Post-Camp Check-Up

• Consideration of the supervised use of camp facilities and equipment before and after the camp season by local organizations, with their being completely responsible for insurance liability coverage for the use of the property. This will further community rapport and compatibility with the surrounding towns, even if a camp does or does not pay taxes, though, some camps do make substantial contributions to their municipality.

Yes, a camp director’s work and responsibility must be maintained 52 weeks a year!

Dr. Charles B. Rotman is Professor of Psychology, Emeritus, at Babson College in Wellesley, Mass., and is a licensed psychologist. Dr. Rotman is the author of “Camp is Business, Customer Satisfaction” and “Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) in Camp Management” (1998. Babson College Press), and is president of CBR Associates Inc., a mental health consulting service for camps. For questions, he can be reached at (781) 235-4105 or

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