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100 1  Sumpter, Kirsten Michelle 
245 14 The effects of counselor-in-training programs at YMCA 
       summer camps on self-perceived leadership skills 
300    76 p 
500    Source: Masters Abstracts International, Volume: 44-06, 
       page: 2621 
500    Adviser:  Michael A. Blazey 
502    Thesis (M.S.)--California State University, Long Beach, 
520    This study examined self-perceived leadership skill levels
       of teens participating in counselor-in-training (CIT) 
       programs at YMCA camps during the summer of 2005. The 
       investigation was conducted to determine the influence of 
       CIT training on leadership skills as perceived by 
       participants in order to provide information that might 
       assist camp directors to improve their leadership training
       programs. A sample of 27 participants at five different 
       camps was surveyed on three occasions during the summer. 
       Participants completed the first survey prior to attending
       camp, the second while at camp, and the third and final 
       survey upon returning home from camp. Results of this 
       study indicated that participants felt their ability to 
       get children involved in activities, showing respect for 
       their peers, and being patient increased significantly as 
       a result of the CIT experience 
590    School code: 6080 
590    DDC 
650  4 Recreation 
690    0814 
710 20 California State University, Long Beach 
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