CIT and JI

Dec 2, 2020 -- Posted by : Bill

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HYC JS CIT AND JI's REQUISITES

 

Councilor in Training (CIT):

  • 14-15 years old
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  • At least one year of sailing program completed
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  • Parent’s permission
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  • Approved by Sailing Director or Program Chair
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  • Eligible to work during early drop off / late pick up (paid position)
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  • Eligible to become a Junior Instructor
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  • CITs pay full tuition for the sailing program

 

Junior Instructor (J.I.):

  • 16 years old in a given calendar year
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  • One year of CIT completed
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  • Parent’s permission
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  • Approved by Sailing Director or Program Chair
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  • Eligible to work during early drop off/ late pick up (paid position)
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  • J.I.s pay ½ tuition for the sailing program, expected to assist instructors ½ days.​​​​​​​
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  • J.I.s will be reimbursed ½ the cost of Level 1 and Safe Powerboat Handling training upon completion and passing the courses

 

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