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Scholarships Available for Schooner Summer Camp in New Haven

We are on course to have an amazing summer at Schooner Camp for 2019!!

Join us for Long Island Sound exploration and sailing this summer. For ages 6-12, we have our popular one week Sound Explorer sailing program, but we also have a new two week Adventure Sailing program that will provide a more in depth experience for those learning to sail. For ages 6-8, we offer an exciting hands-on land based program exploring the Sound.

We have a generous scholarship program again this year for income eligible families. Our goal is to provide camp opportunity for 50% of campers with the support of financial aid. The application is available on our website or can be completed in conjunction with online camp registration. We hope you'll help us spread the word! 

Do you know someone that would make an amazing camp staff member, sailing instructor or Junior Counselor? Schooner Camp is hiring! We are looking for sailing instructors, environmental educators and an assistant camp director. Please link here for the job descriptions. Junior Counselors are teens ages 15+ that can receive volunteer hours for assisting staff at Schooner. Junior Counselors register through the online camp system.  

Further details on camp are listed on the Schooner section of our website. If you have any questions, please call the Land Trust office at 203-562-6655 or email Cori Merchant, Camp Director at cori.merchant@newhavenlandtrust.org 

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