Teens & Leadership Summer Camps are memorable with tons of activities, great food and epic adventure! Geared towards Junior and Senior high school students, they are full of energy and all the best that Pioneer Camp has to offer!
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LIT is a life-changing month long program for 16 and 17 year-olds who have completed grade 10 or 11. This intensive camp provides hands-on training, a wilderness canoe trip, one-on-one mentoring, theological training, leadership immersion experiences in one of our camps as well as small group experiences.
Sailing Camp is a co-ed teen session that makes the most of the late August winds on Shoal Lake with our fleet of Laser IIs. Campers need no prior sailing experience, as instruction is geared toward their individual ability level. This smaller camp on our rustic Cash Island site provides the opportunity to relax and spend time in community as the winds die down in the evening. The session culminates in a regatta with a chance to win the coveted Cash Cup.
Our Cert Week camp consists of multiple training streams, evening programming, and the opportunity to leave with a practicle and valuable certification by the end of the week. Campers will have the course options of either Bronze Cross, Basic First Aid, and Food Handlers. This session is a great way for teens to spend the last week of their summers. Plus, the value of the course is included in the cost of the session (a value of about $200).
CREW is a program for our teen campers who would like to experience the behind the scenes at MPC while also having the freedom to still be a camper. CREW members will be involved in kitchen or custodial duties for part of each day, learning practical and team skills. Most importantly, they will be able to do this all while spending their time at camp, engaging with the Bible, and making friends and lifelong exeriences along the way. This program is open to teens who have attended one or more camper sessions in the current season.