High School Development Program – June 18, 2018 – August 17, 2018
This program is for High School aged rowers that want to keep rowing through the summer to keep working on their technique and stay in shape for the fall season. This is a perfect time to introduce yourself to pairs and doubles.
Summer I: Runs June 18– July 6
Summer II: Runs July 9 – July 27;
- Summer III: July 30- August 17th
Monday-Friday: June 18-22, 3:30-6:30; June 25-July 6, 9:30-1:30pm
*Depending on interest, we may add an additional week to the last camp.
US Rowing Club Nationals 2018 Host Boathouse
High School Competitive Program (Club Nationals) – June 18, 2018 – July 17, 2018
This program is for experienced High School and College aged rowers that want to train and race at the US Club Nationals near Camden, New Jersey. Athletes will train in doubles, pairs, fours and eights; the goal is sharpen technical skills, improve fitness and participate in a high intensity regatta.
Schedule: June 18th- July 17th
Monday-Friday; June 18-22: 3:30-6:30pm; June 25-July 17: 8:00am-1:00pm;
This schedule is perfect for rowers that would like to have a summer job and for families that want to get away on the weekends.
US Rowing Club Nationals July 11-15, 2018
Total cost: $2,200
General Information: Training, Certification & Background Checks
Our staff undergo hours of mandatory training that involve an in-depth examination of program policies, emergency procedures, group work, curriculum planning, behavior management, bully prevention, team building, service learning, character building and child development. Training and Certifications in Safety, CPR & AED and Basic First Aid are also mandatory. All staff submit a written application with work history and references and are screened, interviewed and CORI background checked prior to hiring. This camp must comply with regulations of the Massachusetts Department of Public Health and be licensed by the local Board of Health. Parents of licensed camps may request copies of background checks, health care, and discipline policies as well as procedures for filing grievances.
This camp has applied for initial licensure from the Board of Health within the last six months, pursuant to 105 CMR 430.000: Minimum Standards for Recreational Camps for Children (State Sanitary Code, Chapter IV).