Each cabin group from Junior through College has one or more counselors. These counselors are there to help the campers get the most out of their week at MYC to help them have fun, to learn in various ways, and to assist with other things that they might need. Campers should feel free to ask them for anything and take every chance they can to get to know them they are all very interesting people and have great things to share with young campers. MYC seeks to provide young campers with someone they can trust to discuss issues of importance to them, and inspirational role models to help them set goals and take advantage of their own unique abilities and pursue their dreams. Counselors can continue to be a positive influence even after camp ends (through letters, phone, or e-mail). Post-Graduate Adult Men and Women do not have counselors, but they do have scheduled classes and discussion groups and may participate in general camp activities. Besides setting a good example for our younger campers, the more fully the adult campers participate in all MYC activities, the more enjoyable they will find their week at MYC.
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