Servanthood Leadership Program (SLP)
What is SLP?
The Servanthood Leadership program is an opportunity for youth to gain additional camp knowledge and valuable leadership experience. It focuses on faith-building sessions and opportunities to serve peers, children, and the community. The intent of SLP is to develop a servant-like attitude in youth, as well as create a unique and individual understanding of what it means to be a good team member and a positive role model.
Participants gain relevant work experience, leadership skills, 40 volunteer hours per placement week, meaningful friendships, positive role models and many long-lasting memories!
We are now accepting applications for SLP 2021!
Applications are due June 21
Download the SLP Application Package
Fill out the SLP Application Form
Contact 2 references (Minister, Employer, Sunday School Coordinator, Coach, Teacher) and have them complete the Reference Form
Submit Application by electronically (email@example.com) or mail.
Wait for confirmation of acceptance to the SLP Program
Register online through our online registration portal, CampBrain
What do we look for when selecting SLP participants?
We are looking for youth who are mature, responsible, and excited to develop their leadership and explore their faith.
Candidates should be enthusiastic and willing to contribute positively to the team-oriented environment of the Cave Springs community.
It is essential that participants have an interest in working with children and serving others.
We expect participants to take the experience seriously and to try their best at everything they do.
Download the SLP Application Package Below:
Leadership Development Camp (LDC)
*LDC is moving forward with planning for Summer 2021. More details to come!
Cave Springs Camp, alongside Ryerson Camp and Silver Lake Camp, two other United Church camps (often referred to as our “Sister Camps”), offer a program called Leadership Development Camp, which is aimed for youth aged 16+.
This program is lead by a curated group of individuals who have been members of the United Church camping community and who are excellent teachers and spiritual role models. The focus of this program is to foster leadership and delve into the Christian faith in a community-based, outdoor setting. This program runs for two weeks at the beginning of the summer. Campers spend time at all three camps (Cave Springs Camp, Ryerson Camp and Silver Lake Camp) and also travel to Algonquin Park where they complete a portage trip. The participants also plan and execute a worship service which is presented at the end of their two-week program. In the weeks following, LDC participants may have a placement week (or multiple) at either of the three camps where they will work alongside the respective staff and continue to grow in their leadership as counsellors, program staff or kitchen staff.
More information and how to apply can be found at www.leadershipcamp.ca.