Camp is advised by teens through our Youth Leadership Board. Youth Leadership Board (YLB) is a great way to stay connected to camp and be a part of camp’s future. The Board is comprised of 12 youth, ages 14-17. They meet throughout the year in person in the Denver area and at camp to help make decisions about camp programs, events, recruiting and fundraising for the CCO scholarship fund. It is a wonderful way to help make an impact and stay connected to Camp Chief Ouray throughout the year.
Why Should I Apply?
Build leadership skills that can help you in your future
Meet new friends with the same passion you have for camp
Advise camp staff on how to improve programming
Build your resume for college
Board Requirements and Expectations
Attend at least one camp program during the current summer
Volunteer 25 hours in your local community throughout the year.
Volunteer at one off season CCO event (ex. Volunteer Day, First Time Camper, etc.)
Please reach out to Kelvina, Leadership & Trips Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling the camp office at 970-887-2648 with questions.
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Our goal is to offer challenging experiences to build leaders through life-long skill development in a safe, imaginative, natural setting. We instill confidence through independence and interpersonal skills. We challenge our campers to discover their true selves.