TEVA – Two week session
Ages: 13 – 15 (Entering 8th and 9th grade)
TEVA 1 Voyager: June 28 – July 11
TEVA 2 Pathfinder: July 12 – July 25
TEVA 3 Voyager: July 26 – August 8
Camp Jorn’s TEVA program offers older campers increased independence and responsibility, with some of the familiarity and routine of traditional summer camp. The TEVA program is for 13-15 year old’s to challenge themselves in their CJ experience. Campers will live in CJ’s Yurt Village. It is set slightly apart from the main camp area and offers living space and a bathhouse. TEVA Campers follow a Main Camp schedule supplemented with challenging teen activities. Campers will eat many meals in our Dining Hall, but have the option to cook some of their meals at Yurt Village. The group will participate in traditional camp classes for one week and spend the other week participating in teen programming culminating in a short off-camp adventure trip. Teen-only evening programs, bonding time through low or high ropes, and an adventure trip are highlights of the TEVA experience. With a co-ed group of participants, campers will operate as a single unit for some meals and activities, and as individual Yurts for others. TEVA campers will have an experience to grow through outdoor adventure, teamwork and group living.
TEVA I Voyager: Turtle Flambeau
TEVA II Pathfinder: Porcupine Mountains
TEVA III Voyager: Turtle Flambeau
The highlight of the session is a beginner level 4 day, 3 night canoe trip or backpacking trip (weather permitting). TEVA campers learn the basics of paddling and/or backpacking and wilderness living at Camp Jorn while gaining skills in teamwork, trust, and communication. On the trip, participants practice their canoeing/backpacking skills, enjoy the Northwoods scenery, and learn introductory camping and leave no trace skills.
Trip Level: Beginner
***NEW LIT – Two week session
Ages: 15-16 (Entering grade 10)
Voyager: July 5 – July 18
Pathfinder: July 26-August 8
Through hands-on training and group initiatives, the Camp Jorn’s LIT program focuses on cooperation, self-discovery, and leadership skills. Throughout the LIT program campers engage in activities and discussions about types of leadership, communication styles and methods, service work, team-building and other leadership skills while still participating in camp activities. Campers live in platform tents and follow a semi traditional camp schedule while participating in a 4 -5 day wilderness trip.
LIT I Voyager: Flambeau Flowage
LIT II Pathfinder: Porcupine Mountains
Trip Level: Intermediate
Ages: 16 – 17 (Entering 11th & 12th grade)
CIT: July 12 – August 1
Living in camper cabins as well as our platform tents, campers develop a code of conduct for their group living experience, as well as spend time on Jorn’s low ropes challenge course to solidify the group experience. The highlight of the session is a beginner level six-day-five-night trip. On the trip, participants learn how to serve others and practice their leadership skills. C.I.T.s are also an integral part of the counseling team, and spend time in peer group discussions sharing cabin experiences, addressing concerns, and developing skills on how to transition to the role of cabin counselor.
Trip Description: The highlight of the session for our CIT’s is an intermediate level six day, five night canoe trip on the Namekagon River. The Namekagon River is located near Hayward, WI and is a part of the Saint Croix National Scenic Riverway. On the trip, CIT’s will extend their knowledge about backcountry canoeing and learning how to be an effect counselor on a trip, all while enjoying the beautiful landscapes of Northern Wisconsin.
Trip Level: Intermediate