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Wrangler in Training (WIT) / Counselor in Training II (CIT II)


Camp Details

Grades 11, 12

Session Dates

Start DateEnd DateSession DurationCost
06/16/2024 06/28/2024 Two Week - Sleepaway Camp Sessions $ 2400

Available at the Following Camp Location(s)


Badge Connection

Program Description

Girl Scouts of Greater Atlanta’s progressive leadership program gives campers the skills, experiences, and opportunities to let their leadership light shine! Counselor in Training II (CIT II) is the natural progression for those successful in the CIT I experience. This two-week sleepaway program is for scouts entering 11th-12th grades, who have successfully completed CIT I and have previous summer camp riding experience. They’ll receive advanced CIT training and mentorship while wrangling in their equestrian leadership skills. Participants develop program and youth leadership skills while assisting with beginning riding lessons for other campers.  Riders will also learn more about horseback riding program operations and management. They’ll help saddle, groom, feed, and care for the horses. Participants receive a daily riding lesson and will be at the barn most of the day!  Prerequisite: CIT I Badge Connection: CIT II Pin

Cost $2400

You will leave this site and be taken to our registration system to set up an account and register for your child’s camp

After Care Options

Weekend Connector

Designed for our girls who want to combine sessions into a 2-week stay-over. Campers will be provided classic camp activities as well as some downtime to recharge with their new friends. Stayovers are available for one-week sessions. Girls enrolled in a session that does NOT encompass 2 weeks do NOT need to sign up for the connector.

When: Weeks 1-2; June 7-9, Weeks 3-4; June 21-23, Weeks 6-7; July 12-14

Cost: $125

Before Your Camper Goes

What To Expect

About the Camp

653 Meadows Boone Rd Luthersville, GA 30251

Camp Meriwether is located in Luthersville, GA (50 miles southwest of Metro Atlanta) and was established in 2001. It’s best known for it’s English equestrian program. There are 270 acres of rolling hills, shady woods and open fields. We have a remarkable summer camp and a place that captures the truly unique feeling of “home” for both campers and staff. Meriwether campers explore horseback riding, drama, the arts, and adventure. Stay cool at the pool and canoe, kayak and paddle board in the pond. The perfect summer adventure!

Camp Meriwether

Parent Resources

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Cost $2400